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Liberty 1-3/8 in. White High-Rise Double Magnetic Door Catch
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Liberty

1-3/8 in. White High-Rise Double Magnetic Door Catch

  • Upgrade your cabinet or wardrobe with this magnetic door latch
  • This sturdy catch provides secure door closure
  • White finish blends well into light cabinets
$198 /each
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Product Overview

The Liberty White High Rise Heavy Duty Double Magnetic Catch with Strike is ideal for fastening cabinet doors securely. Its magnetic pull prevents doors from popping open. Installation is easy and the necessary hardware is included.

  • Magnetic catch
  • Durable plastic and steel base material for long product life
  • White finish
  • Mounting hardware included
  • Magnetic catch provides complete and secure closure

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Specifications

Dimensions

Center to Center Measurement (inches)
1 3/8
Center to Center Measurement (mm)
35
Product Depth (in.)
0.87
Product Height (in.)
0.98
Product Width (in.)
1.81

Details

Builders Hardware Product Type
Cabinet Latch
Finish
White
Hardware Finish Family
White
Latch type
Surface mounted
Material
Plastic
Package Quantity
1
Returnable
30-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is the metal plate attached to the door frame or the door

Asked by: Parky
The magnetic catch is attached to the inside of a door frame opposite to the hinged side of a door. The metal striker plate is attached to the back of a door to come into contact with the magnetic catch.
Answered by: DIY03038
Date published: 2016-02-27

Can this be used for closet doors?

I have bi-fold closet doors that aren't on tracks and nothing holds them closed currently. They will stay closed on their own, it's just if you open one of the doors and close it it pushes the other one open. Just looking for something to keep them shut.
Asked by: BeginnerDIYHome
A magnetic catch would not be practical to use to secure a bi-fold closet door closed because of its mounting requirements. A hook and eye latch is the easiest hardware to use to hold bi-fold doors closed. A hook and eye latch can be installed near the intersection of two bi-fold doors that do not stay closed on the edge rail of each door at the correct distance apart required by the latch used. Home Depot has several hook and eye latches with different finishes. http://www.homedepot.com/s/hook%2520and%2520eye%2520latch?NCNI-5
Answered by: DIY03038
Date published: 2016-05-07

The description says it comes with 'mounting hardware'. Does that mean a striker plate is included?

The description says it comes with 'mounting hardware'. Does that mean a striker plate is included?
Asked by: willban1
Yes, a steel striker plate is included with this magnetic catch and is approximately 1" x 7/8". The manufacturer also includes (3) #6 mounting screws to mount the magnetic latch and the steel striker plate.
Answered by: DIY03038
Date published: 2017-03-18

Will these work on a pair of very small, hollow -core pantry double doors to keep them closed? ( ...

Will these work on a pair of very small, hollow -core pantry double doors to keep them closed? ( They are 14" x 80" each , standard double doors rather than cabinet type doors.) I don't want to have to deal with ball catch installation (and I don't like the look of the strike plate of the ball catch!) Thanks. P.S. I don't care if they aren't held closed perfectly tight.
Asked by: Fun2Learn
Depending on how the pair of 14" x 80" pantry doors are framed and mounted it may be possible to mount two of these magnetic catches under a top wood frame opening where the two doors meet when they close assuming that the top of each door is in close proximity to a framed door opening or casing. Need to make sure that the strike plate for each magnetic catch is secured near the outer edge of the doors where there is a frame inside of each door versus to the hollow core.
Answered by: DIY03038
Date published: 2017-01-28
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Customer Reviews

1-3/8 in. White High-Rise Double Magnetic Door Catch is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from The magnet is too weak. The door will not remain shut. I would avoid this product. The magnet is too weak. The door will not remain shut. I would avoid this product.
Date published: 2017-03-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2017-07-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Door Catch I am a lot disappointed with this door catcher. The magnetic power is not as strong as I thought it would be. I have a metal clad 9 light front door and you have to place the door up against the catch to get it to grab. Also, see photos, it did not reach the door when correctly installed. I had to uninstall it and cut a one inch piece of 3/4 inch pcv, look for 1-3/4 in screws and reinstall. Not happy and do not recommend !!
Date published: 2016-08-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Strong magnetic catch This magnetic catch is handy for holding small cabinet or lightweight doors closed that do not have self closing hinges. This magnetic catch has a much stronger magnet with more magnet surface area to contact a steel striker plate then a standard height magnetic catch. Have to make sure that the two mounting screws for the magnetic catch are tightened down well with the strong magnet on the catch to prevent the magnetic catch from sliding in the mounting slots on the plastic body of the catch. The steel striker plate included with this magnetic catch is approximately 1" x 7/8". The magnet height is approximately 7/8" tall versus 1/2" tall for a standard height magnetic catch. This magnetic catch measures 1-3/4" long with 1-1/4" mounting hole centers with 5/8" long mounting slots. Was able to use this magnetic catch to securely hold a small hollow core door closed for a utility furnace space to replace a failed roller catch. The manufacturer includes the required mounting hardware for mounting the steel striker plate and magnetic catch which consists of a #6 x 3/8" long flat head woodscrew to mount the steel striker plate and two #6 screws to mount the magnetic catch. The manufacturer did not include installation instructions with the magnetic catch, but has general installation instructions available on their website.
Date published: 2016-02-24
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