Product Reviews

Serozzetta Uno Lock Sat. Chr

Serozzetta Uno Lock Sat. Chr
Average Customer Rating:
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1 of 2(50%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for Serozzetta Uno Long Backplate Door Handle Lock Pair Satin Chrome
Review 1 for Serozzetta Uno Long Backplate Door Handle Lock Pair Satin Chrome
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Would you recommend this product? Yes
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Very nice handles
2 Apr 2014
By Naizby
, East Yorkshire
" I agree with the previous reviewer that it is a strange idea to put the grub screw to hold the pivot bar in place at the top of the handle where it will get the weather. Any handle designed for a lockable door is likely to be fitted to an outside door. Yes the screws supplied are rather too soft.
Apart from that these appear very nice well made handles that I hope will last well. They have a good positive action with a comfortable feel to use.
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Review 2 for Serozzetta Uno Long Backplate Door Handle Lock Pair Satin Chrome
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Would you recommend this product? No
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Let down
21 May 2013
By rjm2k
, Yorkshire
" Nice enough handle, but the screws provided with it are very poor and soft but the worst thing about it is the great big grub screw on the side of the thing. Why on earth they didn't put it underneath I have no idea, one can only hope that the manufacturer alters the design so the ugly screw is out of view. "