Latitude Lever with Century Trim Non-Turning Lock, Satin Nickel (F170 LAT 619 CEN)
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|Finish type||Satin Nickel|
|Item dimensions LxWxH||17.8 x 10.2 x 15.2 centimeters|
About this item
- Decorative non-turning trim used on one side of the door
- Works with right and left swing doors
- Guaranteed to fit on existing, standard pre-drilled doors
- Easy installation with Phillips screwdriver
- Backed by a limited lifetime mechanical and finish warranty. See Schlage warranty for full details. Warranty valid only on “Ships from and sold by Amazon.com or Buildcom” purchases
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Product detailsStyle:Dummy | Color Name:Satin Nickel
- Product Dimensions : 17.78 x 10.16 x 15.24 cm; 226.8 Grams
- Date First Available : 6 September 2018
- Manufacturer : Schlage
- ASIN : B005E5D7D8
- Item model number : F170 LAT 619 CEN
- Best Sellers Rank: #63,893 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)
- #39 in Door Levers
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The Schlage Latitude Lever with Century Trim Non-Turning Lock in Satin Nickel is commonly used as a decorative pull for doors that don’t require latching. The Latitude lever offers a crisp perspective on minimalist design with its clean lines and rectangular features, while the Century trim is chic with a delicate, slightly curved shape – especially when wrapped in our versatile Satin Nickel finish. Plus, it’s been designed and d with strength and durability in mind.
Top reviews from other countries
I only have two concerns:
1- the backplate can move a bit which against the orange paint becomes obvious BUT for the most part it stays in place and is quite tight to the door. I’ve noticed this issue with all of my square back-plated knobs anyways.
2- with the digital lock, I have to use the knob to hold the door in which I think puts a strain on the knob. No issue yet but kind of worried about that. It’s not meant to be constantly pulled that way.
Lots of compliments though!