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Aluminium construction. Satin aluminium finish.

Aluminium construction. Satin aluminium finish.
Average Customer Rating:
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Customer Reviews for Euro Profile Escutcheon Satin Aluminium 50mm Pair
Review 1 for Euro Profile Escutcheon Satin Aluminium 50mm Pair
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Would you recommend this product? No
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Euro Profile Escutcheon Satin
26 Aug 2011
By turboman
, york
"Look good smooth finish but when fitting the internal black plastic fitting is weak and cracks easily when fitting, In addition if you dont get these measured up exactly to euro lock you will have trouble fitting outer cover and they fall off had to apply a bonding glue to hold in place."
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Review 2 for Euro Profile Escutcheon Satin Aluminium 50mm Pair
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Would you recommend this product? No
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Cheap, not so cheerful.
25 Apr 2014
By Jeff7777
, London
"These aren't great quality - but then for £2.99, I guess that's to be expected.
The metal cover is thumped on over a plastic piece that's screwed to the door. The plastic bit isn't euro-shaped, it has a rectangular hole, so you have to be careful with positioning it just-so else the metal piece won't then fit around the lock properly.
The metal cover is held in place simply by being tight over the plastic... so if you have to remove it and re-fit it once or twice, I'd expect it not to stay put properly afterwards.
In terms of any protection for the lock body against attack, forget it. This could be prised off or cut through in seconds, unlike better, screw-on escutcheons."