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Weslock Reliant Series Single Cylinder Deadbolt

Weslock Reliant Series Single Cylinder Deadbolt

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Weslock Reliant Series Single Cylinder Deadbolt
Weslock Reliant Series Deadbolt

Description

Weslock Single Cylinder Deadbolt

Single Cylinder Deadbolts are unlocked with a key on one side of the door and a thumb turn to lock it on the inside. Most exterior doors use a combination of one deadbolt, and a keyed lever handle or door knob. We can key your door locks alike as long as the deadbolts are the same brand as your door knobs or lever handles. Available in PVD Lifetime Brass, Antique Brass, Polished Chrome, Satin Chrome, Satin Nickel, Weathered Pewter, Black, and Oil Rubbed Bronze.


- Limited 10 Year Mechanical Warranty
- Limited 5 Year Finish Warranty
- 5-pin Cylinder
- Fits doors prepped with 2 1/8" bore hole and 1" cross bore.
- Adjustable Latches with removable faceplates - 2 3/8" or 2 3/4"
- Adjusts to door thickness from 1 3/8" to 2"

Weslock Antique Brass
Satin
Nickel
Polished
Brass
Oil Rubbed
Bronze
Antique
Brass

In the Box

Whats Included in Your Weslock Single Cylinder Deadbolt

- Two halves of the deadbolt - One keyed cylinder for the outside, one thumb turn for the inside.
- Heavy Duty Deadbolt Latch
- Mounting screws, Mortise and Strike Plates.

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SKU:271
Finish
Price$11.48 USD
Discontinued

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Customer Reviews

3 Stars
Easy to Install
Easy to install and stable. However, I cannot make the key into the lock at the same direction as the door knob
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Reviewed by:  from Home. on 3/7/2013
3/5
2 Stars
not good
The lock is not smooth at all. You get what you pay for. Get something more expensive. I wish I had paid to ship them back and got something else. It would have been worth the extra money for shipping. Instead I installed them and am regretting it. I don’t see them lasting long with as hard as they operate already. They also don’t come with long screws for the strike plate. That really makes the dead bolt useless as far as security.
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Reviewed by:  from minnesota. on 1/14/2012
2/5
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