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Kwikset

Model 335 15 RND PCKT DR LCK

Internet #100044911

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Round Satin Nickel Bed/Bath Pocket Door Lock

$19.85 /each

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As the industry leader, Kwikset has provided trusted security for over 60 years and has become synonymous with security, peace of mind, style and innovation. Our innovative round design fits a standard 2-1/8 in. drilled door, allowing easy installation with a standard screwdriver. The crisp, clean appearance of the Satin Nickel finish adds to the overall look of the product and brings a modern feel. This privacy function 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.

  • For use on interior sliding doors where a privacy locking function is required, such as a bedroom or bathroom
  • Fits door thickness of 1-3/8 in. to 1-3/4 in.
  • Round design eliminates need to cut notch in new door
  • Universal handling - fits both right-handed and left-handed doors
  • Features a bolt with over 1.25 in. of play within the strike and a unique hook
  • Easily installs in minutes with just a screwdriver
  • Lifetime mechanical and finish warranty

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Do you still need a separate door pull to get the pocket door out of the wall or is a pull function included in this?

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April 15, 2013
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April 7, 2015
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No, you won't need any extra hardware for the pull. The latch has a spring loaded release. You simply push the latch which releases the latch about 1/2 inch, giving you access to the pull hook. I didn't actually realize how it was going to work until it was finished. This is a very well designed feature.
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December 17, 2014
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No. I was confused also, but you push the spring loaded latch on door edge and the little pull pops out to open.
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February 11, 2014
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The knob side has a built-in pull if the door is slid complexity into the pocket. Works very easily.
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October 8, 2013
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No separate pull is required the latch pops out when you press on it and the tip hinges up and acts as a pull.
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September 17, 2013
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THE PULL FUNCTION IS INCLUDED BUT IT IS CHEAPLY MADE, I DOUBT IT WILL LAST
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September 13, 2013
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Included. Just push in and it pops out.
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June 4, 2013
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No, you do not need a separate door pull. This item has a little pull to grab onto to pull the door out of the wall.
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Rochester Hills, MI, USA
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May 1, 2013
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The pull is part of the latch bolt. It is spring loaded in the tip and will pop out to allow you to pull the door closed when it is fully retracted inside the wall.
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Lake Forest, CA
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April 16, 2013
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The pull function is included.The pocket door lock latch has a hinged tab (shown in picture) that is used to pull the door out from the pocket.
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What additional hardware does this need?

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July 29, 2012
This product takes care of the door portion of the lock but what is needed in the frame for this to lock to? Does it use a standard door strike or is there something else that is needed to securely lock the door to the frame?
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December 17, 2014
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February 11, 2014
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Nothing additional is required. The kit has the complete knob and strike pocket/latch. I converted a standard knob door to a pocket door and the installation of this knob set fit the original hole perfectly. I did have to cut in the new striker pocket but there is an included template for accomplishing that. My only caution is to inset both the door plate and striker plate requires a reasonable amount of Read More
Nothing additional is required. The kit has the complete knob and strike pocket/latch. I converted a standard knob door to a pocket door and the installation of this knob set fit the original hole perfectly. I did have to cut in the new striker pocket but there is an included template for accomplishing that. My only caution is to inset both the door plate and striker plate requires a reasonable amount of skill using a sharp chisel. Not particularly difficult but you should be aware that more than a screwdriver is required for installation. Read Less
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October 8, 2013
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It uses a plate similar to a dead bolt. and requires a hole/mortice to operate properly. the latch actually has barbs that pop out the sides and lock the door preventing it from opening when pulled from the outside.
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September 13, 2013
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Since the latch has little prongs that come out to the side, it has it's own return plate that comes with it. ("strike" as you say)
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June 4, 2013
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Nothing else is required. The picture on the website does not show it, but in the package, the strike plate and strike box are included. Instructions to install both are included as well.
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Rochester Hills, MI, USA
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May 1, 2013
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The product comes with a strike plate with the appropriate mounting instructions. If the jamb is new (or solid - no existing strike installed) the product includes a template for notching out the appropriate size hole to fit the strike mount and the plate. A drill, hammer, and chisel are required, but again very easy to do.
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October 17, 2012
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The door jamb strike plate is included.
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July 30, 2012
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The Round Satin Nickel Bed/Bath Pocket Door Lock comes with the necessary strike box and strike plate for the door frame.
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Will this door lock fit in-place of an existing door knob/hinged door?

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April 7, 2015
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Yes. I was pleasantly surprised that it fit perfectly in the existing hole. It took me 10 minutes to remove my old door knob and install this new one. This was the best part of the design in my opinion.
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February 11, 2014
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This is for a pocket door installation only. On a hinged door there would be no way to grab and pull the door open.
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Yes, if you are converting the door to a pocket door and the offset of the originally installed lockset is the same as the Quickset unit. You should measure the current offset and compare it to the specifications of the Quickset unit. The pocket door lockset will not function properly on a door that is still being used in a hinged application as it's latch function is fully manual, that said I actually Read More
Yes, if you are converting the door to a pocket door and the offset of the originally installed lockset is the same as the Quickset unit. You should measure the current offset and compare it to the specifications of the Quickset unit. The pocket door lockset will not function properly on a door that is still being used in a hinged application as it's latch function is fully manual, that said I actually installed one on a seldom used, hinged attic/kneewall access door for a customer who wanted a flush knob because they had a bed pushed up against it and were tired of bumping into the door knob. Read Less
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June 4, 2013
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It is for a pocket door, not a hinged door.
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It is made for a sliding door. It fits a standard door knob hole.
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The Kwikset Pocket Door Lock was designed to be used in pocket doors. For proper installation you do need a 2 1/8" cross bore, 1" edge bore, 2 3/8" backset and door thickness of 1 3/8" to 1 3/4".
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will this fit in a pocket door that has the square lock now and allow the door to completely open?

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No. My door had a standard pre drilled hole which I converted to a pocket door.
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It depends on the location of the mortice/hole left from the original latch/pull. I have only installed in door blanks and reclaimed doors with standard hinges and drilled in doorknobs. If the door is painted and you repair by patching the hole with a wood insert you could re-drill the door and install the Quickset unit. This might be difficult for novice but I have done it several times to up-date and Read More
It depends on the location of the mortice/hole left from the original latch/pull. I have only installed in door blanks and reclaimed doors with standard hinges and drilled in doorknobs. If the door is painted and you repair by patching the hole with a wood insert you could re-drill the door and install the Quickset unit. This might be difficult for novice but I have done it several times to up-date and old door with a morticed in lock-set (body of lock-set is inset into door from the latch edge) by epoxying in a fitted wood repair blank into the mortice and then drilling in the new doorknob using a doorknob set boring guide (several are made by Ryobi, Dewalt etc.) Read Less
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September 17, 2013
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NO, THIS IS A ROUND LOCK, U WOULD NEED TO FILL THE SQR HOLE AND GLUE IN A BLOCK OF WOOD THEN SAND IT DOWN FLUSH WITH THE REST OF THE DOOR
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Kwikset Model # 335 15 RND PCKT DR LCK, will not fit in the door due to the differnet C dimensions of the unit.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 120 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by What a great solution This lock set is so easy to install and such a better solution than the usual polished brass pull that you see on so many pocket doors. I really like how the locking mechanism pops in and out with a touch of your finger, this feature makes it so easy to pull out of the wall, when the door is in the open position. March 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Unable to secure door Lock came apart during installation and could never get lock mechanism to extend far enough to secure door. Had to install a screen door hook. Not the look I want going for. July 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by hard to open door with just the lock. I bought this lock thinking i would not need to buy a seperate slide pull for the door. I was wrong!! This lock does not recess into the door as deep as i thought. It is not a huge problem, just an inconvenience for those with larger hands. The lock works great and was a breeze to install. December 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lock The lock was easy to install and works very well. The quality is very high. June 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great lock I live in Costa Rica. These pocket locks are not for sale in here, they are easy to install. The feature i love the most is how safe they are, now it does not matter if there are kids in the inside or somebody having a hard time ... from the outside you can still open and help them. May 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by nice piece easy to install pocket door must locking and easy to use nice pull feature also May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lock set Great lock set but took to long to receive it at the Home Depot store on Baltimore pike Upper Darby Pa. I think it took 2 full weeks To receive the lock set. May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy, elegant latch for pocket door slab Easy to install with standard door hole-saw kit! Only complaint is that the flap to pull the door from fully closed is a little small for big hands. April 12, 2016
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