Blum SOLO No-Profile 3/4 Extension Slides for Face Frame Cabinets-Select Size  Zoom

Blum SOLO No-Profile 3/4 Extension Slides for Face Frame Cabinets-Select Size

Self-closing, smooth operation.
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Blum Solo 15" Face Frame Slide Item #: 20595
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  • Buy 5 for $17.99 each
$21.99

Pair
$21.99
Blum Solo 18" Face Frame Slide Item #: 20587
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  • Buy 5 for $17.99 each
$21.99

Pair
$21.99
Blum Solo 21" Face Frame Slide Item #: 20579
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  • Buy 5 for $17.99 each
$21.99

Pair
$21.99
Blum Solo 15" Face Frame Slide Item #: 20595
In Stock
 
  • Buy 5 for $17.99 each
Price:
$21.99
Pair
Quantity:
Total: $21.99
Blum Solo 18" Face Frame Slide Item #: 20587
In Stock
 
  • Buy 5 for $17.99 each
Price:
$21.99
Pair
Quantity:
Total: $21.99
Blum Solo 21" Face Frame Slide Item #: 20579
In Stock
 
  • Buy 5 for $17.99 each
Price:
$21.99
Pair
Quantity:
Total: $21.99

Overview

Mount on underside of the drawer. A low-cost option to create the look of expensive custom cabinetry. No-profile epoxy-coated slides offer self-closing action, smooth and quiet operation, and easy drawer removal.

  • Designed to work with standard American face frame cabinet depths.
  • 100 lb load rating
  • Price is per set of left and right slides.

 

Tech Spec

Brand Blum

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It's all good

Carlos Posted May 31, 2014
I found the instructions quite easy. You need to convert your dimensions to millimeters, subtract/calculate as per instructions and then convert to feet (phone conversion app). What I found disappointing was that the some of the screw heads were smaller than the chamfered holes in the slides.

The slides themselves are fine, but...

Roger P from Hedgesville, WV Posted February 25, 2013
The slides themselves are fine, but the instructions leave much to be desired. Working with the tolerances involved in the depths of cabinets is difficult at best. I wanted to install two drawers in a kitchen base cabinet. The amount of space and workable light were a problem, so I made a jig or template to locate the four rear sockets. I cut a piece of 1/4" x 4" plywood to the height of the inner cabinet and held it against the inside of the face frame stile and traced a line on the jig along the left stile edge. My frame rail was also elevated slightly above the cabinet floor, so I traced a horizontal line at its level on the jig. I repeated the process for the right stile on the right side of the jig. Then I drew vertical lines parallel to the stile reference lines at 5/8" from them. These lines appear in the left {or right for the right slide} holes of properly placed sockets. Since the bottom of the socket is at the same level as the bottom of the slide where it is attached to the stile, marking the jig at that height above rail line makes accurate vertical placement of the socket possible. Pilot holes can be marked and drilled using the socket as a jig.

- the product was excellant- the...

russell h from Sun City West, AZ Posted February 22, 2011
- the product was excellant- the enclosed instructions were poor

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