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BS EN 1634-1 2000.

BS EN 1634-1 2000.
Average Customer Rating:
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1 of 2(50%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for Serozzetta Uno Lever on Rose Door Handles Pair Satin Chrome
Review 1 for Serozzetta Uno Lever on Rose Door Handles Pair Satin Chrome
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Would you recommend this product? Yes
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good looking excellent value.
17 Feb 2014
By osker
, oxford
"these are excellent value for money, look good and feel well made. as with other reviews don't use the through bolts though,( they don't really work and very fiddly), use four standard screws instead, its lot less hassle."
Review 2 for Serozzetta Uno Lever on Rose Door Handles Pair Satin Chrome
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Would you recommend this product? No
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Awkward
16 Jul 2014
By martin497
, Cardiff
"This handle looks very nice, and feels very solid, the problem I found was the backing plate.
I chose to fit the handle as per the instructions using the through bolts, which as I should have know after fitting many different handles etc. over the years would be fiddly and nigh on impossible to fully screw home. The problem is the backing plate is plastic, and when any pressure is placed on the recess where the one end of the bolt goes through, it rounds off in seconds and therefore doesn't hold.
The backing plate is also quite small, so if opting for the other alternative of using screws rather than through bolts they will simply drill through into the void around the latch and again not holding firmly.
Altogether very fiddly due to bad design and cheap plastic backing plate.
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