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Everbilt

Model 16096

Internet #202034035

Store SKU #694505

3 in. Satin Nickel Magnetic Doorstop with Catch

$5.98 /each
  • Two-in-one design protects walls and holds the door open for you
  • Magnet post can be installed on the floor so door can open wider
  • Powerful magnet holds doors open and releases when door is pulled
Finish: Satin Nickel
  • Bright Brass
  • Oil-Rubbed Bronze
  • Satin Nickel

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The Everbilt Magnetic Doorstop with Catch is designed to keep doors fully open while helping to prevent wall damage. It features a powerful magnet that holds doors open. Easy to install.

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  • Made of zinc
  • Satin nickel finish
  • Screws included
  • Attaches to door

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Can I install this on drywall rather than a wood baseboard?

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June 26, 2015
We would like to install this in our bathroom, but because there is tile around the edge of the floor, we would have to install this above on the drywall. I am concerned about the strength of the drywall in relation to the strength of the magnet as the door is open and closed.
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April 2, 2016
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I would upgrade from the included wall anchors if mounting this into dry wall. I have used these E-Z Ancor Twist-N-Locks with great success.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/E-Z-Ancor-Twist-N-Lock-75-lb-Medium-Duty-Drywall-Anchors-50-Pack-25310/100040265
Those say no pre-drilling required, but they go into the dry wall much better with a 1/4" pre-drilled hole.
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July 23, 2015
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It does come with drywall anchors and as long as you get a good firm hold with them (drill proper small holes etc.) it should work. As a couple have mentioned they pulled out, perhaps a toggle bolt would do the trick to counter the pull of the magnet. I've done a fair amount with those for different little projects and they work great... I would think they'd make a proper hold for this. The magnet is Read More
It does come with drywall anchors and as long as you get a good firm hold with them (drill proper small holes etc.) it should work. As a couple have mentioned they pulled out, perhaps a toggle bolt would do the trick to counter the pull of the magnet. I've done a fair amount with those for different little projects and they work great... I would think they'd make a proper hold for this. The magnet is strong but variable depending on the weight of your door. Read Less
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July 18, 2015
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I installed the stop (socket side) on drywall using the supplied anchors, and the anchors pulled out in 3 days of use. Between the mechanical shock caused by use, the magnet pull to release, and the small footprint of the socket, anchors in drywall are not a practical mounting method IMO.
I think you will be fine if you screw into a stud, or, mount the socket on a larger wood or metal baseplate and then Read More
I installed the stop (socket side) on drywall using the supplied anchors, and the anchors pulled out in 3 days of use. Between the mechanical shock caused by use, the magnet pull to release, and the small footprint of the socket, anchors in drywall are not a practical mounting method IMO.
I think you will be fine if you screw into a stud, or, mount the socket on a larger wood or metal baseplate and then mount that to the drywall using anchors. Read Less
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July 8, 2015
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Yes - that's why there are drywall anchors included (those green plastic parts in the picture). You wouldn't want to forcefully slam a heavy door open, but there is no reason this stop won't hold up just as well as any other wall-mounted stop. I've certainly not had any problems with mine, which are mounted on drywall because my baseboards are decorative and don't have a suitable, flat surface to mount Read More
Yes - that's why there are drywall anchors included (those green plastic parts in the picture). You wouldn't want to forcefully slam a heavy door open, but there is no reason this stop won't hold up just as well as any other wall-mounted stop. I've certainly not had any problems with mine, which are mounted on drywall because my baseboards are decorative and don't have a suitable, flat surface to mount this stop on. Read Less
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June 30, 2015
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No , the drywall will not hold up over time.
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catch cannot be unscrewed

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The spring loaded catch comes so tightly screwed together, I can't get it off to mount on the door. Anyone else have this problem?
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Drop two of the screw into the holes, run a screw driver between them and twist it off. The threads are coarse so once you crack it, it will screw right off by hand. There is NO mention of this in the Everbilt instructions.
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December 15, 2015
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The long side screws into the base board, the shorter spring-loaded end screws into the door. Be careful to line them up.
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How strong is the hold?

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We have a spring loaded door between the house and the garage - it pulls the door shut really well - even when trying to bring in groceries from the car! :P

Can this magnetic door stop do the trick?
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I did not actually measure, but I would say a couple of pounds. I mounted it on a heavy door with a closer and it works fine.
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February 6, 2015
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This will be subject to spring closing force. You will need to adjust the force to make the door shut well.
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Can it be used on mirror closet doors behind the entry door ?

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sliding closet doors is located right behind the room entry door and It is worrying for door keep slamming and potentially break closet doors
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Both pieces are mounted with wood screws. I don't know how you could mount tis to a glass mirror.
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September 18, 2014
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Hi Shah,
Use a hinge mounted door stop. These will stop the entry door before it hits the closet door.
You can buy a hinge mount door stop at your local Home Depot.
Mike
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Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 19 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Amazing value for the price! Easy enough to install and for the price it definitely looks like it costs way more! I bought these for my office but now I'm thinking about them for home! April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 3 IN. SATIN NICKEL MAGNETIC DOORSTOP WITH CATCH does a great job of holding the door open with no fuss. December 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very strong This doorstop installed easily. I had never used a magnetic doorstop before so I wasn't sure what to expect, but it is very strong and holds the door securely in place. A sturdy stop, especially for the price. June 18, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great magnet No problems! I have jackets hanging back of door so I needed some sort of doorstopper to keep it from constantly swinging forward. Installed these magnets less than 5 mins. June 3, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect for doors that won't stay open This magnetic door stop is perfect for those doors that won't stay open. I like to keep one on the front door so the wind won't blow it shut when carrying things into the house. I installed one on a bedroom door that had a tendency to close on its own. Nice satin nickel finish and easy installation if you have a drill. January 28, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exactly what I was looking for Easy to install. Looks good. Works perfectly. The magnet is strong enough to attach reliably, but not so strong that you have to yank the door to close it. The spring action in the magnet makes for a nice gently connection. January 17, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Magnetic Door Stop This is a really nice product. The magnet is strong enough to hold the door, but not too strong as to make it difficult to close the door. A simple way to solve the problem of a door that is out of plumb. June 28, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works exactly how it is advertised. Mother-in-law is 90 and needs a way to hold open the door while she leaves with her walker or scooter. This doorstop is exactly what she needed and it works great and was a very inexpensive solution!! March 27, 2012
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