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3 in. Oil-Rubbed Bronze Magnetic Door Stop with Catch

  • 2-in-1 design protects walls and holds the door open for you
  • Magnet post can be installed on the floor so door can open wider
  • Powerful magnet holds doors open and releases when door is pulled
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Product Overview

The Everbilt Magnetic Doorstop with Catch is designed to keep doors fully open while helping to prevent wall damage. It features a powerful magnet that holds doors open. Easy to install.
  • Made of zinc
  • Oil-rubbed bronze finish
  • Screws included
  • Attaches to door

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
1.76 in
Assembled Height (in.)
2.98 in
Assembled Width (in.)
1.76 in
Product Depth (in.)
4 in
Product Height (in.)
1.75 in
Product Thickness (mm)
4
Product Width (in.)
1.75 in
Pull Projection (in.)
4 in

Details

Builders Hardware Product Type
Door Stop
Catch included
Yes
Door stop type
Magnetic
Fasteners included
Yes
Finish
Oil-Rubbed Bronze
Hardware Color Family
Bronze
Hardware Finish Family
Bronze
Material
Other
Package Quantity
1
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

40Questions50Answers

Will these rust if used outdoors in a marine climate?

Asked by jsh June 11, 2021
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The magnetic door catch is very well made and finished but I don't think it will stand up to your marine climate over time. But you could use it but check it periodically for rust or other climate related wear. The catch itself is well made so I would try it out.

Do I need to use the green anchors if installing into MDF baseboard? Do I need anchors if install...

Asked by Kbear15 April 14, 2021
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I’d say yes if you’re using the supplied screws. The instructions are clear and worked for me.

I am drilling 7/32” pilot holes per the instructions on the baseboard portion. But anchors provid...

Asked by Kbear15 April 10, 2021
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Don’t use the anchors.

Is there a spring in the stop to keep the door from slamming hard when opening And absorb some of...

Asked by AB March 7, 2021
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Yes.

Will double stick tape work on the stem? I have tile floors and walls and don't want to drill ho...

Asked by Drm888 January 19, 2021
5
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Try attaching it to the baseboard.

How long are the screws?

Asked by Farris November 1, 2020
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1 inch long from end to end. The package comes with drywall inserts if you need them.

How do you install the catch? Can't seem to get it apart to get to the screw holes.

Asked by ASF October 18, 2020
5
Answers

Stick a pair of needle nose pliers into the two holes of the backing plate and unscrew it.

Could I paint the white one to match my baseboard color?

Asked by Bobi August 16, 2020
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They appear to be powder coated. I'm not sure if you can find a paint that will stick to that kind of coating - maybe car paint? Might work.

Will it prevent a two year old from closing the door?

Asked by Rich July 31, 2020
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No

Can it be used outdoors?

Asked by Scott May 18, 2020
5
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The magnetic door stop is not recommended for outdoor use as rust will occur.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
    out of 791 reviews
  • 89% recommend this product
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Broke less than a week in
Disappointed as this broke less than one week after installing. the magnet part broke.
by Hilo
Great for holding my door open
I have a door that I usually want to stay open, but it always closes because the door frame is crooked. This doorstop is perfect for holding the door open. The magnet is a good strength for indoor doors. The catch is spring loaded to absorb shock. I mounted mine with the catch on the door and the doorstop (long part) on the baseboard. I noticed on some of the pictures that some people reversed this, which should work okay also. Since most inside doors are hollow, you probably want to keep the screw holes near the edge of the door. The door is held at 3+7/8 inches from the baseboard (or wall). Be sure to line up the catch and doorstop carefully before drilling holes.
by ALFTanner
1 person found this helpful
This is the perfect way to keep a door pinned open to the wall. Way better than those kind that s...
This is the perfect way to keep a door pinned open to the wall. Way better than those kind that screw into the baseboards. I put the small end into the wall and the long piece into the top corner of the back of the door and it works perfect. It so secure that even when I open the window for fresh air and the wind is blowing....the door doesn't slam shut. It is the perfect length to keep the door knob from hitting the wall too.
by meldiy
2 people found this helpful
No more slamming doors! Now we can open the windows and let a breeze through the house. We used t...
No more slamming doors! Now we can open the windows and let a breeze through the house. We used these at our old home and am installing them in our new home. They also let us keep the self-closing doors to the garage open so we can bring in the groceries. Great product.
by AndyP
2 people found this helpful
Works good for a regular interior door. Was not strong...
Works good for a regular interior door. Was not strong enough to hold open the door to our garage, granted it’s a heavier door, and has a few self closing hinges. Still a good product.
by Stephen
1 person found this helpful
Easy to assemble, we needed a solution to hold a door as fully open as possible without using a h...
Easy to assemble, we needed a solution to hold a door as fully open as possible without using a hook... and this works GREAT! The door in question is not wide to begin with and its natural swing hangs a little away from fully open. No danger of the doorknob punching a hole in the wall because the knob is past a corner, so we wanted to take advantage of that little bit of wasted space and open the door farther. Worried that the long end might get in the way of little feet in our home, we attached the long end to the bottom of the door and the short end with its spring-loaded silver center (to absorb shock) to the baseboard. Taking advantage of the very forgiving spherical socket assembly, we were able to get this set mounted PAST the corner of the wall so the bottom of the door is almost-but-not-quite right up against the baseboard. We get maximum opening with little chance of damage anywhere. Small details, all of it, but it's the small details that get things right; no more wasted space behind this door.
by Redjon
3 people found this helpful
INSTRUCTIONS WRONG On the wall side, **DRILL 5/32" HOLES for the plastic wall anchors!** (as sho...
INSTRUCTIONS WRONG On the wall side, **DRILL 5/32" HOLES for the plastic wall anchors!** (as shown in the online picture). Better yet, buy your own higher quality wall anchors Package says 7/32" which is WRONG!! my plastic wall anchors spun in the drywall and i lost one to the other side. This ruined the wall with 3 holes. I was able to offset the holes by 60 degrees, decided to forget the wall anchors, and now i have 6 holes in a circle. Pretty annoyed! I don't even understand how these wall anchors are supposed to work well. They're not ribbed to stop the direction of motion. Rather they're ribbed to prevent rotation... which is helpful during installation and never afterwards! I can just foresee them sliding right out. However other reviewers seem to indicate it works well, so perhaps it's just me. Drilling directly into the wall, I hope this last a while under daily use. So far seems solid. 3 screws seems about right. Dropped a star for this issue. Rest of the product works correctly. Other thoughts: (1) Be very careful aligning the the two halves. I was much more careful than the instructions described. One major difference - After installing the door side, I attached the wall side half, with everything assembled, so I was able to draw a circle on the wall. This helped with aligning everything much better. Even so, I was still a tiny bit off. (2) The door side has a nice strong spring and feels high quality. (3) The backplate of the door side spins off using friction from your finger, not indicated in instructions.
by lknasvlnkadsfnlksadnk
4 people found this helpful
Simple install looks great.
That was so easy! 15 mins. watching the installment instructions first. Took unit apart, marked wall/ floor molding. screws in. marked door by using magnet on wall to door. mark with pencil. take apart, mark screw holes, screw in post, worked. looks great and so simple! holds fine indoor in the bathroom. Magnet is plenty strong for indoor use. Spouse wants the unit on top. 10 minutes later moved.
by Richard
2 people found this helpful
Is good product, some alignment templates would be nice to include in packaging.
Is good product, some alignment templates would be nice to include in packaging.
by dandvicb
1 person found this helpful
These door stops are excellent we did them in almost all doors, if you have one that won't stay ...
These door stops are excellent we did them in almost all doors, if you have one that won't stay open they are great, easy to install, come in all colors, love them highly recommend these
by fortknox63
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