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National Hardware

National Hardware N213-033 V1308 Universal Knob Latch in White,1-1/2,1-3/4,3"

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Description

  • Fits wood doors from 5/8" to 1-3/8 thick
  • Dual locking design - exterior key lock-separate interior locking mechanism
  • Interior locking mechanism provides for enhanced security
  • Mounting screws included to match product finish

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Customer Reviews

As expected and works fine. For under $20, you're not getting premium quality materials for a screen door. I couldn't find a locking set at any local hardware store. This one appears to be the exact same quality as the one I replaced...which last for 10 years of everyday use. 4does not fit 1-1/4 thick doors Said it fit I-1/4 thick screen door. It does not and now I m stuck with it as I opened the package up ....very deceiving. Not made to fit 1-1/4 thick door !!! afraid to order amazon as it it becoming a hassle needing to return if they do not state truthful product information 1not well made In the process of installing the knob, a thread adapter that attaches the inside and outside part, broke. Only two adapters were included. In order to complete installation, I will need to buy a new adapter. Finding the right adapter has not been easy. It isn't available at the local hardware store. And the specs are not shown in the parts list.It makes me wonder how secure this door knob will be if I ever get it installed. 2BUYERs BEWARE!!!! Junk!! I bought 3 of these while doing a beach house renovation.... they have all brokenSince installed less then a year ago .Reasons being .... cheap pot metal &Press fit parts that will loosen with use .BUYER BEWARE !! YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR 1Solid screen/storm door handle I was mainly looking for something that was strong and added a little bit of security to my porch. This definitely has not disappointed. It was the cheapest I could find and it's construction is pretty solid; does not feel like a standard flimsy/thin steel screen door handle. I put this on a 1" thick door metal storm door. It accommodates much thicker doors then that (i think 1.25" based on how much further it could extend out from my door - didn't measure though). In order to put it on a smaller door though you have to cut off the small metal jackets the bolt fits through (used a dremel worked fine). They have the jackets marked though so it's pretty easy to figure out and only took an extra minute, with the right tools. I had to take it apart and apply lube (some cheap silicone lube for garage doors) to it - as after a couple months of heavy use the lock and handle begin to stick a bit after turning. All in all a great handle at a great price. 5Works better than the last Door Knob\Lock After cutting it down (there's pre-cut notches to help you figure out the length of the shaft for your particular door) and aligning it to my door which took about 5 mins, it actually works better than the one I had previously. The lock locks the door firmly. You may need to use some weather stripping to stop your door from slamming and soften the closure of the door (depends on the amount of gap) which is a minor adjustment and worth taking the time to do.I couldn't find this particular knob\lock in Lowes or Home Depot and this is the only knob\lock that would fit my door. 5Broke in two places the first week. Broke within a week. The part that allowed you to screw the two sides together snapped and the knob popped off all in the same day. Not worth it. 1Needs better instructions The first one I bought I could not get to lock at all so I returned it. When I received the replacement, I had the same problem with the new one so I knew I was doing something wrong -- it was my fault and I suspect the first one was not defective like I originally thought. So in case you buy one of these, I will give you a couple pointers that I figured out that were not in the instructions. The only instructions you get is what's written on the back of the cardboard package and it has several images telling you what each part is named but not how it is assembled.The external knob rotates regardless if it is in the locked or unlocked position. This seems awkward compared to a regular door knob. I'm used to trying to turn the knob and it will not rotate when it is locked and this is not how this one works. Of course when it is locked, you can turn the knob but still not open the door because it will not turn the handle on the inside of the door.First thing to note is that you cannot lock it with the key. On the inside door, there is a small latch that you slide up and down to lock and unlock the door. I even thought this part was defective but it wasn't. It seemed the latch would not move and was completely stuck. What was not said is that you must move the inside handle so it is completely in the middle (I call that the home position) and then the latch will move up and down. This is obvious once you assemble it because springs from the knob portion return it to that position by default but if you're playing with it before final assembly, it's not so obvious. So if your door is unlocked and closed and you wish to lock it. The only option is to open the door, slide the latch to the locked position and then close the door.To unlock, you insert the key and turn it 90 degrees and return to the home position and remove the key. This will cause the system to move the latch to the unlocked position. Now you can rotate the knob and it will connect with the inside handle and then you can open the door.You need three holes in your door. Two are used for screws that go all the way from the inside part to the outside part and the center hole that is used to connect the outside knob to the inside handle. The screw holes are made to be one of two specific distances apart. I'm not sure of the exact distance because I was replacing an older defective unit so the holes were already there. The screws go from the inside handle part to the outside knob so you will not see the screws or have access to them when the door is closed (from the outside anyway). However, the screws will not automatically thread into the knob hardware. This is supplied with some inserts that you have to put into pre-set holes that are at standard distances. There are four holes and you use two of those four holes depending on how far your screw holes are. Use pliers to screw in those inserts that match the distance of your holes. Select the proper locations to put those inserts into.The assembly was a bit confusing. There were two different shafts that slide into the knob but I didn't know, at first, how to use them. It seemed to work just fine with just one of those shafts -- the hollow one. The door handle turns and it will also turn the inside handle so it works with just the one. However, if you lock the door, you will not be able to unlock it with the key unless you also use the second shaft. It slips iside the hollow one and then both go through the center hole and into the round knob. The center shaft goes deeper into the knob than the outer one. The center shaft is the one that turns with the key and the outer shaft is the one that turns when you rotate the knob.The final problem that I encountered is that the thickness of the door is very important. Apparently mine is too thin so I couldn't tighten the screws all the way. If I do, there is too much pressure applied to the shafts that goes between the inside and outside parts and that makes the knob and latch difficult to rotate. Even if you were successful in applying enough pressure to turn them, the spring to make them return back to the home location is not strong enough. So I keep my screws loose and it works good enough for now. I plan to fix this problem by making a shim about 1/16" that will go between the handle and the door that will make it work like a thicker door.Giving this 4 stars instead of 5 for poor instructions and the inflexibility of using different thickness doors. Also, didn't like the non-standard locking mechanism where you cannot lock it with the key and the knob turns even when locked. 4terrible quality First, as another reviewer mentioned, there's not really an instruction to install this thing. There are some crude drawings on the back of the packaging, but that's about it. At least, it was easy enough to put it together.Second, the quality is terrible. The adapter nuts that hold the long screws need to be screwed on to the back panel. These adapter nuts broke off as soon as I installed the latch. I know the build qualities of these things have been going down for a while, but I never expected things to be this bad. At least I'm glad that it broke as soon as I installed it; it's a whole lot better than having it break when an intruder tries to enter the house. For those of you who have install this, I suggest replacing it with another brand as soon as possible. 1Not for thick doors It does not fit doors up to 2 inches thick. That is a blatant lie. Once the item actually arrives it says right on the packaging that it fits doors from 1-1/4 to 1-1/2. My door is 1-3/4, so this handle is worthless to me. 1
National Hardware N213-033 V1308 Universal Knob Latch in White,1-1/2,1-3/4,3

National Hardware N213-033 V1308 Universal Knob Latch in White,1-1/2,1-3/4,3"

2.2
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
HK$ 437.00
Sale price
HK$ 437.00
Regular price
HK$ 722.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (HK$ 285.00)