|Item Weight||1.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.5 x 2.7 x 6.2 inches|
|Item model number||93001-499|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Lifetime mechanical and finish warranty|
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Kwikset Polo Bed/Bath Knob in Satin Chrome
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- The product is manufactured in china
- The product is highly durable and easy to use
- Easy installation and easy handling
- For use on interior doors where a privacy locking function is required, such as a bedroom or bathroom
- Universal handing; fits both right handed and left handed doors
- Features an adjustable latch to fit all standard door preparations
- ANSI/BHMA grade 3 certified
- Includes adjustable backset to fit all standard door preperations
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Never have I ever seen a door knob with the screws on the outside of the door. None of my other Knobs are this way.
Sounds confusing but really think about it!
The ball is also noticeably smaller than my other kwikset knobs. Not a big deal but does feel a bit weird when grabbing it.
It works though so I guess I am stuck with it.
I would not recommend or purchase this particular model again.
It does look pretty though.
There is also a change in the center rod that is used to turn the locking mechanism. The previous models had a metal shaft, and the new one has a plastic one. I don't know if having a firmer metal shaft and larger balls for handles improves the product itself, but it's clear that they were trying to cheapen it.
Another difference is the striker. The striker plate looks identical, but the striker itself has an added plastic strip. It looked as if it should have been an improvement, and since the striker will go in and out of the hole many times over its lifetime, you want it to be smooth and not have a friction problem. That was not the case. I tried lubrication, but WD-40 did nothing to help. I ended up putting the old striker back. The old one went in and out smoothly repeatedly without needing extra lubrication, and twisting the knob got the striker to retract smoothly. But twisting the knob on the new one made the striker jumpy, sort of holding back, and then letting go suddenly.
All of this is more of a problem when replacing an older set of knobs with a new one.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Knobs are a beautiful brushed crome finish and look high end. Works properly, and was easy to install. Delighted with this purchase.Published 19 months ago by New Mexico Gayla
I have bought two packs of this staff, but one of them doesn't work! It feels like a lottery....maybe you will get a right one that works well,maybe you will get one that doesn't... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Bixuan