|Item Weight||5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2 x 4 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||S825-521|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
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Stanley Hardware V8208 Magnetic Doorstop in Satin Nickel
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- Manufactured with die cast zinc and steel
- Mount body to wall and base to door to prevent wall damage
- Strong magnetic action to hold door in open position
- LifeSpan Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Decorative and functional
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S825-521 Finish: Satin Nickel Features: -Extra heavy for added strength. -Holds door open with magnetic catch. -Gentle tug releases hold avoiding damage to walls. -Rigid stop installs to wall or floor and magnetic catch mounts to door. Country of Manufacture: -United States. Product Type: -Baseboard stop. Style: -Contemporary. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -2.12". Overall Width - Side to Side: -5.12". Overall Depth - Front to Back: -5". Overall Product Weight: -0.44 lbs.
From the Manufacturer
Using magnets, this innovative door stop holds doors securely open to protect walls and prevent doors from slamming shut. Gently tug to release the door. Door stop can mount to either floor or wall. Easy to install with all mounting hardware included. The Stanley Limited Lifetime Warranty warrants product to the original purchaser for its useful life against deficiencies in material and workmanship. See www.stanleyhardware.com for complete warranty disclosure.
Top customer reviews
They are wonderful!
My first purchase was for a rental unit of ours. It's an old Victorian in the Railroad or Shotgun style of floor plan. The front door enters into a long, narrow hallway and I noticed that over time, the bottom of the front door got terribly scuffed from all the times people walked in with their hands full of things and had to keep kicking the door to keep it open.
A traditional wedge door stop would work, but that means having to have one handy and also taking a few seconds to put it in place.
This magnetic doorstop is the perfect solution. It's simple to install, is very attractive, has a strong hold even in a breezy doorway, and comes in lots of different finishes to match your existing hardware.
I'm buying a bunch for my parents because my mom uses a walker and is having trouble with her walker scuffing up their doors. In their case, the strength of the magnet is pretty darn perfect - - - it's strong enough to keep even their breeziest back door open, but not so strong that she isn't able to easily just reach behind her to release it as she walks through. My mom is teeny and not very strong (5' and 89 lbs).
All in all, one of my favorite finds. Who knew a door stop could make such a difference.
I had the old spring door stops, but they don't hold the doors open. We get hella winds around here in the Mohave, and with windows open doors slam. Also, I need to wedge one open to bring groceries in. These are a very attractive solution to all of those hassles.
I unscrewed the old spring stops, laid the long part over the hole, drove the screw, and threaded it on. Used a pencil to mark where the small piece goes on the door, unscrewed it, drove the screws, and threaded it back on - DONE! The first maybe took 15 mins, the others less than half that. If you don't get it exactly lined up, don't tighten the long piece - it will move slightly so the magnet holds to the door. Sweet!!
Oh, yeah - my bride just loves 'em. Another piece of good news, is they don't get held open just walking through the door - just when you want them to. Great design and implementation - I guess the Stanley brand still means something. Well done!
But, assuming you've measured, it looks good, and the magnet is strong enough to hold the door in a reasonable breeze (our install was going to be outside...). If you're wall-mounting, then you're probably good without measuring.