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Emtek Sandcast Remington Handleset

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Emtek Sandcast Remington Handleset
Emtek Remington Handleset - Deep Burgundy

Helpful Information

Fits Standard Door Prep Most common standard preparation for entry door handlesets.
Handle Measurement


Part Numbers for Emtek Remington Handleset

Single Cylinder - 451112
Double Cylinder - 452112
Dummy - 450112


Maximum door thickness for double cylinder handleset is 2 5/8"


Emtek Entrance Handlesets

Emtek Remington Handleset Includes:
- Complete set. Includes large entry handle and deadbolt for exterior, knob or lever and backplate for interior, latchbolt, face plate, strike plate and mounting hardware.
- Standard 2 1/8" door preparation
- Schlage C Keyway
- Shipped with square corner mortise plates and strike plate. Rounded corner available upon request.
- Backset must be specified upon order placement. Choose between standard 2 3/8" or 2 3/4" backsets.
-5 1/2" center to center
-Interconnect device available

To have keyed alike to other knobs or levers you are ordering, you must order the same brand

Technical Information:

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SKU :E1907
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Retail Price: $645.00
Price (USD)$545.02

Custom assembled. Please allow 7-10 business days before shipping. Expedited options at checkout.

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Emtek Remington Handleset is Available in the Following Functions

Single Cylinder Handleset
Emtek single cylinder handlesets are locked/unlocked with a key from the exterior and locked/unlocked from the inside of the home with a thumbturn. Single cylinder handleset are by far the most popular function of handle set.

Double Cylinder Handleset
Emtek double cylinder handlesets have a keyed lock on both sides of the handleset. This means that to exit or enter the door you must have a key to unlock the door. Some people use double cylinder handlesets on glass doors where they are concerned that someone may be able to break the glass and unlock the door from the inside. The disadvantage of using a double cylinder handleset is that in the event of an emergency you would have to locate the key to unlock the door and get out of the building. For this reason we recommend the single cylinder handleset for most applications.

Dummy Handleset
If you have a double front door where one side is generally inactive while the other is always active, you will need a combination of two handle sets. For the active side, you'll need a single or double cylinder handleset. For the inactive door, you'll want to order a dummy handleset. This gives you the look of a complete working set, but doesn't have all of the mechanisms - perfect for an inactive door.

Add On: Emtek Interconnect device
Emtek offers an interconnect device as an available option for their active handlesets. The interconnect device connects the interior lever or knob with the deadbolt on an emtek handleset. When you turn the knob or lever the interconnect device retracts the deadbolt simultaneously to unlock the door. This is just an added convenience that is available, but not required.


Emtek covers it's door hardware with a 5 yr finish and mechanical warranty. Living finishes are not covered under this warranty as they are designed to change over time. For more information see Emtek Door Hardware Warranty.

Emtek products are assembled per order so when they are returned the doorknobs have to be taken apart and restocked. As a result, there is a 25% restock fee on all Emtek products. If items are returned that have been installed, used or abused there may be a higher restock fee assessed or no credit issued. If you need to return an item, please repack the door hardware in it's original packaging to assure that it arrives undamaged. For more return information see our Direct Door Hardware Returns Page. Before returning any Emtek Door Hardware, please contact us for a return authorization number.


Measurements for Emtek Remington Handleset

Emtek Remington Handleset Measurements

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Customer Reviews

5 Stars
My husband and I built a timberframe home in the mountains of NC about 10 years ago and ordered an Emteck handleset like this one in the lite bronze finish (no longer available). We had to replace it because a part broke inside the handleset and could not be repaired. I searched all over the internet for something that would look like the old one. That's when I found Direct Door Hardware and the Emtek handleset we originally had in medium bronze color. Ten years ago we paid around $250.00 for this set. Today it was on sale at just under $400.00 so I ordered it. The color of the medium bronze is quite dark and is not reflected on the website as true to the one we got. We love the handleset though. It feels strong and substantial in your hand when operating. Wish it came without the cover over the ouside keyhole like the original one did. We find that cumbersome to deal with when our hands are full. But the set looks great on the door, is exactly what we had before with exception of color and the key hole cover. Customer Service at Direct Door Hardware is unmatched! They are great to deal with. Kept me informed about my order shipping. Remember these locks have to be assembled according to your specs so they take a bit longer to receive. The wait is worth it though. If you want a different look than the big box stores offer, like Home Depot and Lowes, then you can't go wrong with this handleset. It's definitely not a cheap quality set and you won't be disappointed if this is the look you are going for.
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Reviewed by:  from Franklin, North Carolina. on 3/7/2013

Questions and Answers

Question What does the inside door mechanism look like? I took out the screws and not sure how to put inside back together
Asked by: amy - 10/10/2015
Question It's just a standard tubular latch type setup. I've just emailed you installation instructions. Answer provided by:  Jake (10/12/2015)
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