Internet #202042232

Model #15048

Store SKU #151493

Black Heavy Duty Gate Latch

  • Offers security for inward and outward swinging gates and doors
  • Easy to install with screws included
  • Features a self-latching fingertip release
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Product Overview

The Everbilt Heavy Duty Gate Latch offers simple security for inward and outward swinging gates and doors. Features a self-latching fingertip release. Easy to install.
  • California residents
  • Made of steel
  • Black finish
  • Screws included
  • Self-latching fingertip release
  • For flush-mounted applications and 90-degrees application on single-operation gates
  • Compatible with a padlock for extra security (sold separately)
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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Specifications

Dimensions

Arm length (in.)
7.5
Assembled Depth (in.)
1.51 in
Assembled Height (in.)
7.17 in
Assembled Width (in.)
2.30 in

Details

Builders Hardware Product Type
Gate Latch/Slide Bolt
Duty Rating
Heavy
Fasteners included
Yes
Finish
Black
Finish Family
Black
Hardware Finish Family
Black
Material
Steel
Material
Steel
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

7Questions28Answers

Can this be attached to a metal gate

Asked by Beca April 30, 2019
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Yes, but you will need to use self-tapping machine screws or pre-drill the holes. Either way, you can't use the screws that come with it on metal.

Lockable?

Asked by DYIer December 21, 2015
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this is for a in swing gate but is useless

Operating latch from inside the gate.

Asked by You74 November 27, 2015
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This latch is made to be operated from the outside. Your ideas are good. Reaching over if you are tall enough will work best.

how long is the latch, and are there longer models

Asked by jerry July 10, 2019
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The latch extends a couple inches out to catch on the other half to close the door. Not sure if there were other sizes

So my dog can push open the bottom of my PVC gate. I have a latch like this at the top, but I'm t...

Asked by Angi May 22, 2019
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I think you would have to be very exact about the cable running between the two. It might work, but if any slack was created, you might be very frustrated being on the wrong side of your fence! What about installing the second latch on the front of the fence? Then have a cable running both ways? I think you would have to install it backwards - with the bar on the post and the latch on the gate, but it might make the fence more secure from smart doggies?

"Exposed" arm length

Asked by white84 December 8, 2015
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Only 3 inches of the arm is exposed or available to the latch.

What size screws are included?

Asked by TomK657 July 7, 2020
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Answer

#12x1-1/2” pan head tapping screws are included with this Gate Latch.

Customer Reviews

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Do not buy! Fatal design flaw means it can't latch properly
This latch is totally useless due to a major design flaw. The "tooth" that sticks down from the latch to hold the keeper bar in place is shaped so that as the gate moves in the wind, it very easily pops the bar loose and the gate swings open. You can see in the second photo what a properly designed latch looks like - the notch that the bar fits into curves a little back so that if the bar pushes against it, it holds it shut rather than popping open.
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Sturdy latch, but the L post that connects into the 'locking' mechanism has to align just perfect...
Sturdy latch, but the L post that connects into the 'locking' mechanism has to align just perfectly. It would be 5 starts if the L post was either facing up/down or if movable.
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It hasonly been three weeks since I installed this latch, but it has been perfect so far. The latch feels solid and doesn't sound cheap and loose when opening or closing the gate. I installed it on the inside of my new in-swinging 6ft. wood gate. I paired it with a gate latch wire that runs through a hole so you can unlock it from the front side. The bar has a curve at the end to keep it from having too much slack to move forward and back so that's nice. Also the bar side can sort of act like a handle to place your fingers on/around when using your thumb to unlatch.
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It is all steel except for one brass part. That part failed from corrosion after 3 months of very light use. Worked well until it broke.
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Latch doesn’t hold
As other reviewers have noted, the latch hook design is not good and does not hold the door shut. Light pressure on the door opens the latch easily. Is it really that hard to make a gate latch?
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Total Junk
This has a terrible design as the latch that comes down over the bar is way too light. So light that the tiny wire rope used to run through the post so you can open it from the orher side prevents it from coming down over the bar to secure it. In fact, even without the wire attached it just barely latches and it can and does come open. Wont latch by just swinging it closed either you have to actually push the latch diw which isnt possible from the other side. This was a total waste of my 15 min drive to Home Depot to get it and the 15 min it took me to install it and now the 20 minutes to take it off and drive it back tomorrow.
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The latch is great, it is designed so the stationary...
The latch is great, it is designed so the stationary bolt portion also acts as a handle. Gate does not rattle either.
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replaced two other smaller gate latches before I bought this...
replaced two other smaller gate latches before I bought this heavy duty latch. Sorry I didn't get this one in the first place
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