Internet #202098375

Model #5WG900BLACKCP

Store SKU #590794

Black Connector Pins (2-Pack)

  • Pin configuration does not require mounting surface backing
  • Black powder-coat finish offers damage resistance
  • Extends utility to vertical window guards
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Price:
$948

Product Overview

The Unique Home Design Black Connector Pins (2-Pack) helps combine 2 smaller window guards to form a larger window guard. The pins do not require a mounting surface behind the connector point, for added convenience. Connector Pins have variable adjustability so these brackets will work on most applications.
  • Compatible with most Unique Home Designs vertical window guards
  • Black powder-coat finish offers durability
  • Can be used with projection mount, flush mount and inside mount window guard brackets (sold separately)
  • Use Unique Home Designs one-way driver bit for easier installation (not included)

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Specifications

Details

Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

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Can the connector pins be used when installing two 36 x 36 window guards and one guard requiring ...

Asked by Huh September 6, 2019
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Thank you for your interest in our Black Connector Pins. We do not recommend using connector pins when using a remote release kit as it would be secure. I hope this information is helpful.

Can I connect 3 of these together for an oversized window?

Asked by DJ October 27, 2017
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Answer

Thank you for your interest in our Black Connector Pins. While you can use the connector pins to join multiple window guard panels, you might want to consider using the T-Bar connector as a more stable option if your window style permits. It can be viewed on homedepot.com using internet id #202098374. I hope this is helpful for you.

What are the dimensions of the product? I want to install the 3" projection bracket on my baseme...

Asked by Ed July 21, 2017
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Answer

Ed, thank you for your interest in our Window Guard Connector Pins. The pins are designed to work with our window guards. The connector pins measure approximately 4 inches in length. I hope this information is helpful for you.

Customer Reviews

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I used these connectors for two windows; each with two...
I used these connectors for two windows; each with two 30"x54" panels. The connector pins are less than 2" long on either side of the center washer and do not provide sufficient stability for the whole security bar installation. The pins should be 6" long on both sides of the center washer.
by DAVID
Response from THD-CSJan 28, 2021
Dear Valued Home Depot Customer, The connector pins or T-bracket should be installed as far as they can go between the two window guards. Make sure when measuring the opening, the right size window guards are purchased so that there will not be a gap between them for maximum security. The connector pieces are 4 inches long.
Longer will be better...
Longer will be better
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
put 2 30x48 together for a 60 wide kitchen window...
put 2 30x48 together for a 60 wide kitchen window look like 1 big bar
by Faye
They did the job of tie-ing together the two security bars
They did the job of tie-ing together the two security bars
by Prepper
Ridiculously short!!
I could not even use them since you could pop the two window bars open by pulling enough at the joint. I had to buy two long metal bars to avoid the slack between the two bars. Total fail, and cannot believe someone thought this could actually work...
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Response from THD-CSJan 8, 2016
"Dear Valued Home Depot Customer, The connector pins should installed as far as they can go between the two window guards. Make sure when measuring the opening, the right size window guards are purchased so that there will not be a gap between them for maximum security. The connector pins are 4 inches long."
2 people found this helpful
these pins will not be enough
All my windows required 2 guards to be connected together. They lead you to believe all you need are the pins. FACT is they are not. You have to weld the guards together plus add top & bottom center brackets. Only then would they be secure enough. Then try to figure out the bedroom windows that require a foot release.
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Response from THD-CSNov 24, 2014
The connector pins will work when being used with the foot operated release kit. For additional stability, drill through the window guard and the connector pin and panel connection and install a set screw or an epoxy can be used to secure the 2 window guards to the connector pins.  For secure use of the connector pins, they need to be inserted as far as possible in to each panel.
1 person found this helpful
Work Fine
These work fine for holding two window guards together. They fit fine and were a cinch to install. I really don't like how wobbly the final setup was when using these with the standard mounting hardware. Though I haven't tried it, I feel that it may be possible to separate your window guards if you pull/push hard enough if these are used in certain applications. I would highly recommend using a full length solid metal square tube to hold your guards together. This would make them harder to cut, more sturdy and prevent you from separating your window guards.
by JoeJoe
4 people found this helpful
Window Bar kit
They are good to install the window bars.. No problems made for bars and fit fine
by ClaytonG
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