|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 4.5 x 0.2 inches|
|Item model number||ZN8-O|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Atlas Homewares ZN8-O 4.5x3-inch Avalon #8, Aged Bronze
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- Includes all necessary mounting hardwares. These numbers may be mounted with or without extension tubes provided, to create 2 different looks.
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ZN8-O Finish: Aged Bronze, Number: 8 Features: -House number.-Classy and crisp.-Can rest flat against surface or be raised with 1.5'' extension posts for optimal shadow effect. Includes: -1.5'' and 2.75'' screws included. Construction: -Zinc die cast construction. Dimensions: -Overall dimensions: 0.25'' H x 4.5'' W x 4'' D. Collection: -Avalon Collection.
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Classy and crisp! This series dials up the visual impact with synergy and style
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They are a LOT more expensive than I would've ever expected to pay for something like this. Fortunately I only need 3.
They look good once installed but the downside is the included hardware. The nickle plated screws have very little depth in the head to get a good drive and the material used for the screws seems pretty soft. I was very close to stripping the heads each time just trying to get them tight, and that was with pre-drilling the holes. Then when you do get there, a little too much oomph and they WILL break. I was really close to running out to the hardware store and getting some replacements just to save me some aggravation. They haven't been up for more than a couple months, so we'll have to see how they hold up, but they look good so far. The only downside I can see is that they may be a little hard to read from the street, especially if you have a long front yard or live on a dark street.
My wife and I do like the look of them, and we are the only ones in the neighborhood with them, so I guess they are worth the price for exclusivity. ^_^
Ok, followup to this: the provided screws REALLY DO SUCK!!! The numbers look great and have held up well over the winter but the screws look TERRIBLE! After 6 months, they are badly rusted. It IS worth the time to replace the screws with something durable, that won't rust in the elements after less than a year. Seems like that should've been considered when packaging with outdoor numbers...
I hate to drop the rating a star for attaching hardware, but these are pretty expensive and to skimp on the screws is pretty weak and rather inexcusable.