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Laurel Satin Nickel Bed/Bath Knob

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Product Overview

Step up to designer styles and superior security with Kwikset Signature Series products. The elegant, high-end design of the Laurel egg knob is sure to make a lasting impression. The crisp, clean appearance of the satin nickel finish adds to the overall look of the product and brings a modern feel. This privacy knob/lever is best used in interior bed and bath applications where privacy is required. Both knobs/levers are locked or unlocked by turn button inside. The outside knob/lever can be unlocked by an emergency key.

  • Kwikset signature series
  • For use on interior doors requiring no locking functionality, such as hallway or closet doors
  • Fits door thickness of 1-3/8 in. to 1-3/4 in.
  • Features an adjustable latch to fit all standard door preparations
  • Universal handing - fits both right-handed and left-handed doors
  • Easily installs in minutes with just a screwdriver
  • ANSI/BHMA grade 3 security
  • Lifetime mechanical and finish warranty

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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by No visible screws: Easier to use for elderly--everyone. Minor selling point at selling and moving time. Attaching the knobs together requires moving a certain small lever, with a flat-blade screwdriver, on the side of the smaller assembly--sideways. Holding both knob assemblies together then, while the sides are pushed and mated together--then turning the knob on the other side from the one with the lever (repeatedly in each direction, with each knob, perhaps)--the small lever then moves backwards and the handles then connect solidly--with a click. A phillips-head screwdriver proves unnecessary for putting the halves together. (Of course, one is required for attaching the larger side side to the plate and installing the strike, perhaps.) No screws are visible, either. To remove the knob hardware--pushing the decorative, hiding faring aside reveals the lever again--push that sideways with the blade screwdriver--the knob assembly featuring the lever then may easily be removed. Loosen the screws, well, from the plate, again--pull out the larger assembly from the bolt--then, remove the bolt assembly. Less expensive knobs generally do invoke visible screws--such hardware must invoke a simpler, cheaper design. I like the quality and appearance of Laurel hardware: It's memorable and very practical. I figure that , as our society ages, the egg-shaped Laurel-style should prove increasingly popular and desirable. The design proves slightly easier to open for the elderly, handicapped, caretakers, and arthritics--for virtually anyone. It isn't the traditional round, cylindrical, nor bell shapes--thus, it won't slip in the hand in their manner. Laurel should provide a minor, positive selling point later on, too. Given that homeowners spend a great deal of money upon better handsets, anyway--why should they not consider Laurel, after all? The looks and quality lasts (seemingly into perpetuity--well over 10 years already)--the satin nickel finish appears to prove really durable--it doesn't appear to scratch up very easily at all. Anything like that appears to prove totally unnoticeable, anyway. Rust or corrosion appears to prove non-existent at all! The builder originally had put in popular quality Kwikset handle-style interior door hardware--unfortunately, such handles--given that particular height--snare my belt loops! Thus, I replaced them with Laurel--the entire set up--decorative front entry door handset, exterior locking, and deadbolts, too. November 10, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Interior Lock in Egg Shape I just bought a house that has all egg shape knobs. You could not lock it on the inside of the knob and shut it from the outside. As a safety feature it would release the lock. Egg shapes are a really nice and unique shape for a knob so on this I recommend the shape. However, on all brands, the egg shape includes a face plate that locks it all into place. This plate is quite impossible to install because the face plate all but refuses to install and work as intended May 24, 2010
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