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Liberty

Model C08820C-UC-P

Internet #100208367

Store SKU #775777

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Unichrome Double Roller Catch

$0.98 /each
  • Upgrade your cabinet or wardrobe with this roller door catch
  • This sturdy catch provides secure door closure
Finish: Unichrome
  • Statuary Bronze
  • Unichrome

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The Liberty Unichrome Double Roller Catch with Spear Strike provides smooth but tight grip action to fasten cabinet doors securely. The nylon rollers prevent the noise of banging doors by holding them away from your cabinetry. Installation is easy and the necessary hardware is included.

  • Roller catch
  • Die-cast zinc base material with nylon rollers to prevent noise
  • Unichrome finish
  • Mounting hardware included
  • Roller catch design to close securely without a magnet

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Does the double roler catch with spear stike come in brass finish

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January 26, 2015
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Thank you for your interest in Liberty products. In response to your question, we offer the Double Roller Catch with Spear Strike in a unichrome finish (model # C08820C-UC-P) and a statuary bronze finish (C08820C-STB-P1). At this time we do not offer this item in a brass finish. For additional assistance in locating the cabinet hardware that best suits your needs, please contact Customer Service or visit Read More
Thank you for your interest in Liberty products. In response to your question, we offer the Double Roller Catch with Spear Strike in a unichrome finish (model # C08820C-UC-P) and a statuary bronze finish (C08820C-STB-P1). At this time we do not offer this item in a brass finish. For additional assistance in locating the cabinet hardware that best suits your needs, please contact Customer Service or visit your local Home Depot store. Read Less
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How strong is this catch?

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January 25, 2015
I would like to position the door so that the hinge is parallel and close to the ground. I would use this catch at the top part of the cabinet that is parallel to the bottom.
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If the door stays put if you close it now with no latches, then these will keep it shut, if the door is trin to pull itself open because of angle and weight of the door I would try double magnet latch ..... either way you go , I still would recommend some sort or positive latch like a hook and eye to make sure it stays closed like the pic I enclosed..... :)
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Thank you for your interest in making Liberty products a part of your home. For additional assistance with installation of our Double Roller Catch with Spear Strike (model # C08820C-STB-P1), please contact Customer Service (1-800-LIBERTY) or visit your local Home Depot store.
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Does this come in Brass - I want to use it for an outside Porch door

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May 14, 2015
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The ones from this particular manufacturer are brass-colored - but are actually made of steel.
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June 16, 2014
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No, this item only comes in Zinc Plated and Bronze.
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Does the Liberty Roller Catch with Spear come in an exterior (weather resistant) version?

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No, we don't make any of these for exterior use.
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Should have done this LONG ago! Picked up this roller catch at the local Home Depot and had been holding it because I couldn't figure out how to install it. The clerk had recommended it as a solution to keep my double bin recycle cabinet door from rolling out all the time. I thought it would do the job but I'm no carpenter so I couldn't wrap my head around how it should be installed. Enter the handyman I recently hired. He thought it would work too and in less than 5 minutes, my recycle cabinet door was perfectly upgraded! I can't tell you how nice it is for such an inexpensive item to fix a long-standing irritation. Would I have died without having the catch installed? No. But I smile every time it gently secures the door front to the cabinet box -- job well done! Guess I'm easily entertained! :) March 23, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It works Does what it is suppose to do, would recommend to everyone. July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great design! The house we recently bought has kitchen cabinets from the 60's and these fit perfectly for the ones that required repair. Took 5-10 minutes to install each. Luckily I only had to replace 4 and was done within 30 minutes. So nice to have cabinets that actually stays shut.... December 11, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pretty Good/Screws could be better These actually work pretty well. Screws are not easily self tappable, but drill a small pilot hole and they work well. If you position catch correctly, they work as they are supposed to. June 12, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Low quality It's low quality. Can't complain because it's less than $1. December 22, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good quality and nice result The produce itself is in good quality, and it functions well after installation. But a little bit hard to install January 31, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by worthless screws My experience was similar to the other reviewer who broke the screws trying to install this roller catch. I was replacing a broken one on an antique oak buffet. I'd even drilled 1 1/16" pilot holes, and was using the correct size (small) Phillips screwdriver, yet the head twisted off the first screw I used before it got tight. What's worse, now I have to reposition the next catch I end up using since the broken screw is stuck in the hole. Guess I'll try finding period-correct catches on some antique restoration website. The old original roller catch from the 1940s was much beefier, including the screws, than this imported junk. May 14, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works Great! I used these on my wood executive computer desk..... My desk has a large center draw you pull out , then flip the front of the draw down to use the keyboard and mouse..... i have had the desk for a good 15 years and alot of use.... the catches for the drawer face are some fancy brass mini spear mount latches..... finally wore out.... I was able to mount these new latches on the inside of the draw opposite of the old ones.... left the old ones on, mounted these and good to go..... I used a sharp center punch for pilot holes and the screws went right in with a fresh no,2 Phillips manual screw driver.... if you need to install alot of these, then I would get screws that grip the bit a bit better if you use an electric drill/screw driver.... screws are fine that come with it if you make pilot holes and twist in by hand.... October 17, 2015
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