Use on Doors up to 1-1/4" thick. 35mm cup. Recommended for frameless cabinet applications. 95° Opening. Clip Top features three way adjustability. Improved Clip-on mounting plate adjusts easily and accurately with parallel movement! Now you can make precision height adjustments with the new parallel-movement mounting plate. Simply turn one screw for easy parallel height adjustments. Mount and dismount cabinet doors without a single tool. Settings remain in place even when you remove the door. Clip top hinges include sleek metal caps to cover both hinge arm and cup mounting screws. Hinges also available for overlay applications.
- Inset overlay for thick doors up to 1-1/4" thick.
- Recommended for frameless cabinet applications.
- Featuring Clip top functionality.
- 95° Opening.
- 35mm cup.
- Three Way Adjustment.
- Nickel Finish.
Pair of Blum 95° Thick Door Clip Top Frameless Inset Hinges, sleek metal caps to cover both hinge arm and cup mounting screws, mounting screws and plate, instructions
Customer Reviews1 Review(s)
I used these hinges on some...Posted June 26, 2013
I used these hinges on some large and heavy inset 1 - 1/4" thick doors. The client didn't want to see hinges. There are two important things you should know before trying them. 1) on 1 - 1/4" doors, the minimum side gap (between the door and the jamb/cabinet side) is 3/16". You can adjust it to less, but then the door rubs the jamb. This is a much bigger gap than I usually like on my inset work, but there is no way around it. Of course, this gap would be less with thinner doors, but the product information says that they will work on doors of my size. There is no mention of a large gap. 2) it is very difficult to remove and replace the doors for sizing, trimming, safe-keeping, etc. In fact, with the base plate installed tight, you can't even attach the hinge at all, unless you first unscrew the lateral adjustment fully. Even with that, there is only a fraction of a degree of angle where the two will fit and lock together, and good luck finding it while trying to support a heavy door. This makes final trimming to size very tedious, as you have to destroy your carefully adjusted side reveal, then reset it, every time you remove and replace the door. It also helps to loosen and re-tighten the base plate screws every time, but that weakens the base plate attachment. And if your door is heavy enough to need 3 or 4 hinges, don't even think about trying to install all of them until after the door is finally fit and trimmed. Drill all the cup holes, but only install the top and bottom plate and hinges for the trim work. Once you have the door cut to final size and finished, install it for the last time, and then install the remaining hinges clipped to their base plates. Set all screws to neutral position, attach the hinges to the door first, then screw in the base plates where they lie. And pray that you never have to take the door off of these hinges again!