Model # 334 32 RND PCKT DR LCK

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Kwikset Round Stainless Steel Hall/Closet Pocket Door Lock
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Round Stainless Steel Hall/Closet Pocket Door Lock

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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. This passage knob/lever is best used in interior hall and closet applications where no locking is required. The knob/lever is reversible and mounts on both left and right handed doors.

  • For use on interior sliding doors requiring no locking functionality, such as hallway or closet doors
  • 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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How does the mechanism actually pop out and go back, is it spring loaded? Do you have to turn or push the knob?

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Kwikset Model # 334 15A RND PCKT DR LCK when the latch is pressed in a pull hook will pop out and have the ability to close the door. Once the door is closed it does not have the ability to lock. The cup in the door will allow the door to slide open.
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Are these easy to grip? WOuld they be adequate for someone with dexterity issues?

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Kwiket Model # 334 10B RND PCKT DR LCK does require pressing the latch to pull the door out of the frame. This would not be recommended for an individual with dexterity issues. It is not ADA compliant.
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Does this come with all the necessary pieces - strikeplate? strike box? door jam receptable? etc?

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Kwikset Model # 334 5 RND PCKT DR LCK includes all the necessary hardware to complete the installation: Strikeplate, strike box, and door jam receptacle.
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Why is it called a lock if the description says it is best used where no locking is required?

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Kwikset is using the term "Lock" as in a type of door hardware, however model 334 26D does not have a lock on it. The best application would be for doors that do not require a lock.
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