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Door Stopper - Resists Over Two Tons of Force - Protect Your Home with the Club

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  • Comes complete with all necessary hardware to effectively secure any door in your home against specialized burglar tools and invasive jackboots alike
  • Attractive polished brass finish makes the Door Club an attractive accessory to your door, enhancing the beauty of your home!
  • Also essential for apartments, condos, hotels, dorm rooms - any entry door
  • Includes Door Lock, floor insert, door caddy, door kickplate, subfloor plate, adhesive, round head screws, security screws
  • Requires - power drill & Phillips screwdriver
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The Door Club is an unusually effective, police-recommended home security device. One of the strongest anti-intruder systems available, the Door Club is far superior to chain locks and deadbolts. Once installed, the Door Club easily resists over two tons of direct force, teaching unexpected visitors that it is not just impolite, but futile, to drop by without an invitation!

Product Details

Color: Brass
  • Item Weight: 3.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00007E7LN
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: 20
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (133 customer reviews)
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110 of 111 people found the following review helpful By SE on January 12, 2013
Color: Brass Verified Purchase
My current rental house has a hollow steel front door with a window. It might as well be a screen door for the protection it offers from a break in. I installed the Prime Line Prod. U 9539 Strike-3 Deadbolt And Door Frame Reinforcer which does a great job strengthening the deadbolt area, but the glass in the door makes it easy to break the glass and unlock the door.

I looked at the various "kick bar" and "door bar" options that push against the door at the door knob, but those are relatively large and awkward. The Door Club (and the similar floor-mounted door blocks) was more appealing since it is less obtrusive.

I chose the Door Club over the other options because of the relatively low-profile hardware required on the floor. I didn't want a 1/2" thick slab of plastic or metal on the floor. The design of the Door Club is great in that regard.

As some other reviews have indicated, installation can be relatively easy, or quite a chore, depending on your type of floor and the tools you have available. My house has tile floors on a wood subfloor--not one of the best combinations. Because of the wood subfloor, I chose to install the metal reinforcing plate.

Drilling through the tile floor required carbide tipped "glass and tile" drill bits for the small screw holes. I used the 3/16" bit for the four corner holes in the tile so that the screws wouldn't crack the tile, and then made a 1/8" hole in the subfloor for the screws to bite on.

For the main 3/4" center hole, the instructions say to use a 3/4" carbide tipped masonry bit.
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60 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Adam VINE VOICE on March 24, 2014
Color: Antique Brass Verified Purchase
Length: 9:05 Mins
In this video I go over the Door Club, and show an installation of it in a floor consisting of poured concrete.
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62 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Z Matzen on April 20, 2010
Color: Brass Verified Purchase
I installed two of these bad boys in my house, front and back door, about two weeks ago. I have a concrete slab foundation and thankfully had a hammerdrill to make the holes. In turn the front and back door are nearly impossible to break down now, someone would literally have to knock the door off the hinges or rip it out the opposite direction to get in. My wife was greatfull when she was home alone with the kids and on two seperate occasions at night strangers came knocking. The door club can be turned around and slipped back into place to allow the door to be opened and inch or two to allow the person inside to talk without compromising safety. When not in use it hangs up nicely on the door with a provided hanger. Excellent, inexpensive, and secure.
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70 of 76 people found the following review helpful By B. A. Sjoblom - Chyatte on January 2, 2011
Color: Brass
As a woman, I feel safe since I've had the club installed on my front door for 3 years. It took me a couple of hours to install it but girl get out your pink drill because you can do it! I'm sure my next install with go faster --buying more when I close on my new house next month. The only thing I would change is the color choices. I wish it came in black or stainless. One suggestion for install: when installing the "hook" that holds the club when not in use, install it a little higher up on the bottom of your door. I have mine installed very low so I can't take a quick glance at it to tell if its bolt locked in the floor or if its hanging on the hook since they are so closely installed. Because of this, I have to walk over and actually look closely to see if its hanging on the hook or bolted to the floor.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 20, 2011
Color: Brass Verified Purchase
I highly recommend this excellent product. With this in place, no one is coming through the front door uninvited. It also has a second position that allows the homeowner to open the door about a half inch to talk to whoever is outside without sacrificing your security. Unlike those flimsy door chains, this product is up to the task. An additional use for the Door Club here in Florida is to prevent a hurricane from blowing my front door open. Very well made, and strong.
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By S. Palmer on January 18, 2011
Color: Brass
This is a great device. It seems to do what it claims- keep a door closed. It won'tt be impossible to kick a door in if this device is installed, but it will slow a robber down and make a lot of noise, which, hopefully, will make him choose another house. I almost hope that someone tries to kick the door in just so they rip and tear some leg muscles, tendons or ligaments since they won't be expecting the Door Club's resistance.

It is easy to install if you have a cement slab. Basically you just drill a 3/4" hole into the concrete and then slid in the Door Club. It gets tricky if you have to install it on a plywood floor since the Door Club comes with a steel plate (probably 3x5 inches) that must be installed around the 3/4" hole for added strength (it says this plate is optional, but you probably should install it). In my case I had to install the steel plate under a section of vinyl tile. So I had to remove the vinyl tile and chisel out a piece of the plywood subfloor so the plate would be flush with the tile and not create a high spot. Then I had to widen the screw holes in the plate so that the screws would sink lower into the plate so the screw heads would be flush with the plate. This was more than I hoped for, but still worth it. For a rug, the directions say to cut an X in the carpet so you can slide the plate under and screw it in to the floor without being too noticeable. I think with carpet you would not notice that the plate and screws are higher than the rest of the floor (so no chiseling).

The package comes with several long, super strong screws for the hinges on the door and the deadbolt strike plate. THe only problem is that there are not enough screws for all of the hinges.
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