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Patio White Sliding Door Security Bar

$16.47 /each
  • Accomodates Sliding Door openings from 28 in. to 48 in.
  • Can Be Used On Sliding Windows As Well
  • Installs on Inside Or Outside Sliding Doors, Includes Fasteners

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Rely on the Defender Security Patio White Sliding Door Security Bar to keep your inside or outside sliding door locked. This aluminum bar is highly adjustable to fit many doors.

  • Compatible with 1-3/8 - 1-3/4 in. thick sliding doors from 28 - 48 in. W
  • Works with inside and outside doors
  • Telescopic bar requires no cutting for fit
  • Clear anodized aluminum painted white
  • Easy to install

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People say the length-lock is loose. Can't I just drill through both tubes and put in screws?

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March 19, 2016
i.e., once I find the length I want, why not just drill holes through both tubes behind the length-lock and put in short screws? Seems like that would make it secure, as long as you don't need the "partially open" option (which is just silly, since it'd never be secure).
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Williamsburg Colorado
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July 14, 2016
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Eric, You certainly could do the drill and machine screw route. On the plus side it would make this product work and on the down side you may have more arm sticking out at an angle when it's in the stored position. I just got done installing mine and I thought about using the drill method but my arm sticks out so much already that I decided to use this product as a visual deterrent only and rely on more Read More
Eric, You certainly could do the drill and machine screw route. On the plus side it would make this product work and on the down side you may have more arm sticking out at an angle when it's in the stored position. I just got done installing mine and I thought about using the drill method but my arm sticks out so much already that I decided to use this product as a visual deterrent only and rely on more traditional security methods. Read Less
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March 21, 2016
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Thank you for your inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. Any alteration or modification of this security device will void its warranty. However, if screws will be designed in the manner in which you've described, be sure that it is mounted low enough on the door jamb, so that when it folds up for storage it will not hit the header of the frame (at top) that might prevent it from folding Read More
Thank you for your inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. Any alteration or modification of this security device will void its warranty. However, if screws will be designed in the manner in which you've described, be sure that it is mounted low enough on the door jamb, so that when it folds up for storage it will not hit the header of the frame (at top) that might prevent it from folding up into its vertical storing position.
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 installed all the way at the bottom (in the track)?

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November 2, 2015
Can this be installed so that it would not be so visible when locked?
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February 10, 2016
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You could, but I would not do it. Most of the time when it is down and locked, there is nobody around or awake to see it.
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November 4, 2015
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Thank you for your inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. "Technically speaking;" yes it can be installed towards the bottom of the door. However, it was designed to be installed at an approximate height of the door's handle set, as that is the most probable height a would-be intruder may introduce the most force if/when attempting to pry open the sliding door.
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Thank you for your inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. "Technically speaking;" yes it can be installed towards the bottom of the door. However, it was designed to be installed at an approximate height of the door's handle set, as that is the most probable height a would-be intruder may introduce the most force if/when attempting to pry open the sliding door.
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At what height should bar be installed

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January 18, 2015
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June 16, 2015
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If installing to keep children in the home, put it pretty high so they can't reach it, otherwise I don't guess it matters.
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February 10, 2015
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About halfway up or down the door. I installed one yesterday and this works out well.
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how is this installed

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Thank you for your recent inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. When installing this security bar, be sure drill and screws will not make contact with glass. Contact with glass may cause breakage.
To install with inside sliding door: Close movable door. Locate rotating bracket on door jamb with release lever up. Drill 1/8” holes for the two domed head screws (See illustration “A”). Read More
Thank you for your recent inquiry regarding this item from Prime-Line Products. When installing this security bar, be sure drill and screws will not make contact with glass. Contact with glass may cause breakage.
To install with inside sliding door: Close movable door. Locate rotating bracket on door jamb with release lever up. Drill 1/8” holes for the two domed head screws (See illustration “A”). Extend bar with locking saddle to edge of sliding door (See illustration “C”). Use level to locate and drill 1/8” holes for the remaining screws (See illustration “B” & “D”).
To install with outside sliding door: Close movable door. Locate rotating bracket on nonmovable door with release lever up. Drill 1/8” holes for the two domed head screws (See illustration “A”). Extend bar with locking saddle to side of sliding door frame. Use level to locate and drill 1/8” holes for the remaining screws (See illustration “C”). Care must be taken that locking saddle is positioned at least 2” above the sliding door handle.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works as Advertised Installation instructions were clear and concise. I had to make a slight modification by adding spacer washers behind the fixed channel mounting bracket as the bracket was a little too wide to fit into the channel in my 33 year-old sliding door. This took a little ingenuity and added about 10 minutes to the installation time; which overall was about 20 minutes. The bracket should fit fine in newer sliding doors. Once installed, the bar works perfectly. It is adjustable to allow the door to be kept partially open, but still secure. With the door opened wide, the bar folds upward out of the way. A nice value for the price. Would definitely buy it again. August 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Terrible product. Terrible, poorly made. Locking saddle does not lock as advertised. Clips to prevent bar from being bumped out of its bracket is cheap ill fitting plastic that does not come close to doing the job. Didn't expect top quality for the priice but this item should be avoided completely. Love Home Depot but wonder how the let this one through the doors. July 14, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by The Door Blocker doesn't! My wife found this on the Home Depot web site and our local store stocked it. My wife was concerned with having more security for our new patio door. We felt that this product would be better than a stick in the track to keep the door secure. We were wrong. The best part of this product is how easy it is to buy. Home Depot just checks you out and away you go. Installing it was fairly easy as well. The down sides are as follows: 1. The base bracket that is attached to the arm should have countersunk holes with flat screws so when you raise the arm it doesn't get scraped by the top dome head screw and the arm would go all the way down and not get stopped by the bottom dome head screw leaving the arm hanging out from the door jam about one inch. 2. The plastic and steel locking saddle is a great idea. Too bad the manufacturing doesn't follow suit. When installed per directions and manufacturers video the plastic latches don't secure the arm or anything else. The steel portion is substantial but the plastic latch isn't made to conform to the steel portion leaving the latches in mid air. 3. The release lever on ours is odd to say the least. When we close the arm we have to push the release lever to get it to hold. However the least little bump or shake and the release lever disengages allowing the arm to collapse so that the burglars have an 8" gap to stick their arm and tool in and lift the arm completely out of the way. 4. This product is a visual deterrent only. It is made by a company that had good ideas but went on the cheap. . July 14, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by This item is a poorly crafted piece of junk This item was not functional in several ways, starting with the spring clip that is supposed to lock the length at where you set it. When installed, I could shake the door and the inner tube would retract a little at a time into the outer tube as the spring clip was very loose and did not prevent the movement as intended, allowing the door to open fairly easily if a little slowly. Also, the metal portion of the saddle was not bent fully and kept the plastic tabs from locking the end of the bar into the saddle, so it would be easy for a burglar to just lift the bar out of the saddle with a piece of wire slipped between the inner and outer door, not that one would need to since the first issue described above is probably the easier way to gain entry. Save your time and money and pick something else. March 4, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Functional Not for someone with no mechanical aptitude to install, but not really difficult. Does what it is supposed to do. February 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not as strong as I looks I purchased this item thinking it would be good. But its not worth the money. January 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not secure I only had to take it out of the package to find out the release lever that locks the bar in place only has to be giggled a small amount to release. If the door in giggled a small amount the release lever unlocks. Definitely not secure. A pin would work better. Back to Home Depot for a return. January 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great sliding door security bar Easy to install. Peace of mind security bar for sliding glass door. Easy to operate. Install at level of door which is easy for you. Mine is in center of window. No more bending over to remove a baseball bat or rod in bottom door runner. Easy to lift and stays put out of the way when not using. Just lower it down when locking door when you go out, or to bed. December 29, 2015
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