"I needed a pair of hinges to allow a box lid to open without rubbing on a wall. I normally use butt hinges but the pivot point would be wrong so they would rub the wall. These hinges worked perfectly for the job and were easy to fit being flush mounted. Would use again when the need arises"
"Very good for repairs to existing kitchen cabinet doors (a frequently requested job), plus they are great for any new construction where the doors overlap the frame. I am very pleased to have discovered these hinges, and carry a set with me."
"Putting hinges on things always annoyed the heck out of me until I used these. Simple to use as you don't have to drill the main body of them them in to the cabinet. The movement is similar to other kitchen cabinet hinges so the movement of the door allows a snug fit between wall and door. Overall an excellent buy and there isn't a DIYed cabinet in my house that doesn't use them!"
"These hinges are so strong it is almost impossible to operate them without being fitted which caused confusion as to how they operated. Only just installed, that is is only reason for less than perfect rating."
"These hinges are easy to line up and have two slightly larger drill holes to allow for final adjustment when hanging cupboard doors etc I would recommend them. No need to router the door as they are surface mounted."
"Once you have figured out how to mount them, they work reasonably well. Why is not possible to include a simple guide to show which way round they are supposed to be mounted plus and the the distance from the edge of the carrier & the door?"
"These are what you need for kitchen cabinets if you don't have or want the special tool for cutting in sprung hinges, or if you've made a cabinet of material like plywood or blockboard or even ordinary timber. The price is very reasonable and the product works well, so long as you know how to make it work. But there's not a scrap of information on how to do that. Initially I wasn't sure even which side went on the door. Then I didn't have a clue how far into the door to attach the hinge. I had to mount the hinges on scrap wood to experiment - a process that took about half an hour. Then it was easy. If Screwfix are going to sell these to DIYers, they seriously need to include a brief set of instructions. Otherwise "Easy Mount" is not quite how I'd decribe them."