Kwikset Tylo Hall/Closet Knob in Antique Brass
Kwikset Tylo Hall/Closet Knob in Antique Brass
Manufacturer : Kwikset
Amazon Price : $11.33
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Product Description
Kitset Security, Antique Brass Finish, Tylor Passage Lockset, For Hall Or Closet Use, Round Corner All Steel Adjustable Latch Fits Both 2-3/8" & 2-3/4" Backsets, Metal Snap On Collar For Drive In, Round Corner Strike, Lifetime Mechanical Warranty, 5 Year Finish Warranty, Clear Pack. The product is manufactured in China. Easy installation and easy handling.
Product Details
  • Amazon Sales Rank: #79712 in Home Improvement
  • Size: CD
  • Color: Antique Brass
  • Brand: Kwikset
  • Model: 92001-281
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 5.00" h x 2.60" w x 7.50" l,
  • Product Features
  • For use on interior doors requiring no locking functionality, such as hallway or closet doors
  • Features an adjustable latch to fit all standard door preparations
  • ANSI/BHMA grade 3 certified
  • Includes full lip strike
  • 1/2 in. latch throw
  • Features a fully adjustable latch to fit all standard door preparations
  • ANSI/BHMA Grade 3
  • Kwikset doorknobs are available in multiple styles and finishes
  • Lifetime mechanical and finish warranty
  • Customer Reviews

    Most helpful customer reviews

    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
    4Seems to be dog-proof so far!
    By Kelly Daniels
    I had to buy all new doorknobs because he handles that had been on my doors proved to be way too easy for my dog to open. She was going in all the rooms when I was at work and getting into everything (and occasionally leaving unpleasant little surprises for me). She had been opening round doorknobs in our old house, so I had to buy child safety covers for those.. I looked into getting child safety covers for the door handles that came with the house, but none of them got very good reviews, and they cost more than doorknobs did. So I just bought new doorknobs instead. I also bought more child safety covers for these, since the ones for round handles are much better and much cheaper.

    It was really easy to install these. One of my door handles was the same brand, and I was able to just switch the handles without replacing the thing that goes inside the door (I don't know what anything is called, sorry). The other three were other brands, so I did have to replace everything, but it was still extremely easy. I had never installed or replaced any doorknobs before, but I did not find it difficult at all.

    The polished brass looks like all the other polished brass hardware in my house. I'm not crazy about polished brass, but I decided I'd rather have everything match, and I don't want to replace ALL of it. Plus, polished brass is cheaper. The inside of them has some plastic, but it seems strong enough. I can't see any reason why it would break.

    The hall/closet knobs do not have privacy locks. I decided against the locks, even in the bedrooms, because in my old house my dog would let herself into a room and then close the door behind her -- then in her attempt to get back out, she'd end up locking herself in. I figured if she did manage to get in anyway (she is halfway there, she already managed to get one of the covers off), at least I could easily let her out when I got home (without having to look for the unlock key/thingy).

    Hopefully these turn out to be too difficult for the dog!!

    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
    5Great price, Great product.
    By Kousuke
    I ordered this as a replacement for the same exact door nob that recently broke for my pantry door. One thing I noticed is that this one was actually made much better on the inside then the original one I had. It was almost all metal instead of mostly plastic on the inside which is what broke. Original door nob was installed when house was built almost 10 years ago so not bad. Installation was a breeze and took under 3 minutes. Would buy again in an instant.

    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
    5Low cost, works
    By Mathew T Gagnon
    First note is if you've never installed a door knob or haven't in years (me) the instructions are a bit poorly written. You have the option of putting the door knob in inside/outside of the actual opening of the door. Be sure to test before using as I ended up having the knob itself turned slightly, which then only allowed me to open the door (by turning knob in one direction) and only a small amount. Easy enough to fix, but just a thought to remember when you use this.

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