Have purchased hundreds of these over the last 20 years.
Posted November 6, 2013
These are the best catches you will ever find, especially for the money! 3 reasons they are far and above better than all others is that they are solid brass, can be installed in line or at right angles and best of all, they are adjustable.
This product does what its supposed...
Posted April 15, 2011
This product does what its supposed to do. If there are any negatives about this product it is the fact that it comes with no installation instructions and that there is no margin for error when installing them. After all, some of us are novices at woodwork! not master carpenters. After installing the catch on the frame, I cut two small pieces of duct tape and taped the strike plate to the inside of the cabinet door and just kept moving it around until I found the correct spot for installing it. May sound dumb, but it worked. If it weren't for the fact that it comes with no installation instructions, I'd give it five stars. As others have said, the provided screws are terrible. Make sure you have a few extras on hand.
The catch is very solid and...
Posted March 15, 2011
The catch is very solid and well made! the tension screws really let you dial it in perfectly. The only negative I could say, like others, the screws are very weak. Go ahead and have some extra on hand. I twisted two heads off, even after predrilling. The quality of the catch far exceeds this issue though. Thanks Rockler!
The hardware is good but, the...
Posted February 28, 2011
The hardware is good but, the screws are to soft. I predilled the pilot holes and the screws heads still strip out.
Ellegant and well manufactured. This catch...
Posted January 17, 2011
Ellegant and well manufactured. This catch secures cabinet doors with minimal visual impact. Recently, one of catches I installed years ago had a small manlfuction. One of the set screws backed out and the ball bearing and spring popped out. I found all of the parts in the cabinet, reassembled the catch and added some lock-tite to the set screw. In five minutes the catch was back in service.