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Prime-Line Door Blocker Entry Doorstop
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Prime-Line

Door Blocker Entry Doorstop

$19.97 /each
Finish: Brass
  • Brass
  • Satin Nickel

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This entry door stop is constructed from aluminum and comes finished in brass. It protects against unauthorized entry by preventing lock bumping and lock picking while in locked position. Fits any size door and has a child-safe design.

  • Designed to withstand 800 lbs. of force
  • Tamper resistant and child-safe design
  • Installs in just minutes using 3 in. hardened screws (included)
  • Cannot be opened from the outside

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Would this be of value if installed in a 2 door (french door) entry

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August 25, 2016
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Thank you for your inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. This item will work on a pair of French doors, so as long as the top and bottom flush bolts are adequately securing the door.
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Thank you for your inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. This item will work on a pair of French doors, so as long as the top and bottom flush bolts are adequately securing the door.
For additional questions regarding this item, or any other product manufactured by Prime-Line Products, please call their toll free number at (877) 649-9740, or contact them by email at info@primeline.net Read Less
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Can this be used on a outswing screen entry door?

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September 19, 2015
Can this be used on an outswing screen entry door. Our door only has a latch handle and we need the door lockable from the inside. Thankyou.
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Maple Valley WA
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July 8, 2016
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No it is designed to be used on the inside of an in swinging door.
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July 8, 2016
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No it cannot.
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June 14, 2016
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You could try to mount it to the door instead of the frame. Then when you flip it closed the rubber part would be against your moulding/frame. Not as secure but better than nothing especially if you want to prevent little kids from getting out without an adult.
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September 22, 2015
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Unfortunately, no. In fact, this would be the last thing you would want to use. The whole premise of this lock is that it creates a jam so that the door cannot open inward. It hinges inward and literally creates a blockage so you can't swing the door inward. Thus, you can only lock this from inside. If you installed it the other way, people could lock you in your house from the outside because you Read More
Unfortunately, no. In fact, this would be the last thing you would want to use. The whole premise of this lock is that it creates a jam so that the door cannot open inward. It hinges inward and literally creates a blockage so you can't swing the door inward. Thus, you can only lock this from inside. If you installed it the other way, people could lock you in your house from the outside because you wouldn't be able to push open the door to get out. Read Less
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September 21, 2015
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This item cannot be installed on the exterior side of an out-swinging screen door as it would lock the inhabitants of the dwelling inside.
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How would this work with side light doors? 3 inch screws would not work.

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Maple Valley WA
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You could use shorter screws but it would not be as secure as it is with the long screws
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It completely depends on how wide the trim is between the door and the window. In my case, there was ample trim to still use long screws. If this is not the case for you, perhaps you would be better off getting one of the jams that bolts to the floor (there are multiple options). I would still surmise that using these would still be better than nothing even if it only uses 1.5" screws into solid wood. If Read More
It completely depends on how wide the trim is between the door and the window. In my case, there was ample trim to still use long screws. If this is not the case for you, perhaps you would be better off getting one of the jams that bolts to the floor (there are multiple options). I would still surmise that using these would still be better than nothing even if it only uses 1.5" screws into solid wood. If you were unsure, you could do what I did and install one at the bottom and one at the top (both across from the hinges) so that you have multiple contact points. With a locking handle or deadbolt, this would mean you have 6 contact points (3 on each side). I would also replace the default screws with screws as long as your jambs can accommodate. You will be surprised how little the screws are that builders use. Anything is better than nothing. Read Less
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May 4, 2015
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Thank you for your inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. To use this product between the door and sidelight, you'll need to first determine the max length of the screw you can use based upon the thickness of the mullion between the door and sidelite. Double check your findings to ensure the screws will not protrude into the glass of the sidelite.
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Thank you for your inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. To use this product between the door and sidelight, you'll need to first determine the max length of the screw you can use based upon the thickness of the mullion between the door and sidelite. Double check your findings to ensure the screws will not protrude into the glass of the sidelite.
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I'm guessing you have a regular width door and that door has a strike (door handle) side and a hinge side. If correct, there's a wood mullion between the strike side and the sidelite. The width can vary between the sidelites and the edge of the door (door opening area). But, if you really don't have three inches, then you can use 2" or 1-1./2" wood flat head screws. The frame itself needs to be deep Read More
I'm guessing you have a regular width door and that door has a strike (door handle) side and a hinge side. If correct, there's a wood mullion between the strike side and the sidelite. The width can vary between the sidelites and the edge of the door (door opening area). But, if you really don't have three inches, then you can use 2" or 1-1./2" wood flat head screws. The frame itself needs to be deep enough to accommodate a deadbolt, so a 1-1/2" screw is the shortest you'd need to use. Obviously, the longer the screw, the more likely the door stop will remain in place. Read Less
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Wondering how this is installed or how it works?

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Watch the installation video.
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You can install it using just a screwdriver but a drill for pilot holes makes the installation easier. Attaches in gap between door and frame. Padded plate flips over edge of door and locks to prevent door opening.
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January 8, 2015
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Thank you for your inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. Kindly see this video:






How To: Install Prime-Line's High Security Door Lock

which will guide you through the installation process.


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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 54 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by tough to beat Bought 2 for a tenant after someone got in with the credit card trick to open a lock! First one worked great; the second wouldn't latch due to odd doorframe, but my helper figured out that removing the rubber strip solved the spacing problem, and the latch still was very secure when we tested it! January 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Would purchase again. This door blocker was easy to install and provides a safe secure doorstop. January 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Like it, But Could Be Better Product was just what I expected. I did need to slightly mortise my wooden door jamb when installing the Door Blocker so that the door would close without hitting the unit. My only complaint is that, when unlatching the device, you must grip it by the smallish TOP and BOTTOM surfaces (which are about 3 inches apart) using the tips of your thumb and forefinger, and then slide it slightly sideways. I think it would be much easier to unlock the device if it was made with a tab on its VERTICAL face so as to provide for a more natural and easier gripping point. I plan to modify my unit so it will have this feature. February 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Looks sturdy/well-made Easy installation. I assumed I'd have to chisel out to get it to fit since door has a tight fit, but did a trial without and it fit perfectly. I feel it's very secure, and unobtrusive too. And though it should go without saying, I'm a woman and I installed it no problem, lol. Just need a drill to drill slightly smaller pilot holes and some bar soap to coat the threads of the long screws so you can hand-screw them in easily. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GREAT SECURITY LOCK It's a very durable product and is easy to install depending on your door frame. But I highly recommended this product for one of the top security door locks I know. October 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good for specific uses Easy to install. Provides additional security for exterior or interior doors. September 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product!!! Easy to install.. Works great!!! Highly recommended product to add security to any door in your house. October 12, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Low Manufacturing Standards Brand Knockoff I purchased two of these one of which I installed right after purchase and the second months later. The first installed product worked great. The second product would function but takes two hands to pull and rotate the lock device out of position. Take your chances but it appears manufacturing standards are compromised for the sake of cost. A elderly person or someone attempting to use one hand would have trouble. Stick to the original. September 3, 2016
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