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Quick-Latch Automatic Spring Catch

Item #
30637
Rating:
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Quick-Latch Automatic Spring Catch
Quick-Latch Automatic Spring Catch
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Turn a cabinet door catch into a touch latch without magnets. Light pressure releases and engages latch.

(1) Quick-Latch Automatic Spring Catch
More Information
Brand Rockler
Weight 0.1200
Tech Spec
  • Brown color
  • White roller and strike
  • Dimensions: 2-1/2" L x 1-1/8" W x 3/4" D
Hardware Type Catches
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4.4 / 5.0
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Worked like a charm on solid wood doors
Tech Support was worried they wouldn't hold up on a heavy, solid wood door but a similar design from decades had already been there so we gave it a try and they work great. The hinges of the door hold the weight, they just close.
October 17, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
I had been looking for this...
I had been looking for this type of latch for 5 years now and was very glad to have found it. I had seen this type of hidden latch on a piece of furniture I own. It works perfectly and holds the cabinet door securely. My cat has been unable to open it as he had been able to open the previous latch I had. The latch was easily installed.
October 24, 2008
I made the cabinet with double...
I made the cabinet with double doors about 25 years ago and used the same kind of latch. A couple of weeks ago, one of the latches would not hold any longer I and wanted the same type to replace the broken one. I searched the web and found your store and lucked out finding an exact match. Replaced the old with the new and it's working like a charm. It is an easy one to apply as well as being very practical for cabinets that are accessed when your arms are full of stuff. A simple nudge with your knee and it's opened, nudge again and it's closed.
December 5, 2007
Very satisfied at this point
This latch replaces a similar spring latch that broke easily. The metal mechanism seems much sturdier. I feel that in an earthquake it has a better chance of keeping the cabinets closed, but who knows what will actually happen! It was easier to install and the closure seems tighter and much more secure.
February 24, 2018
Purchased
10 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Good latch
These latches work well and hold even fairly heavy doors shut. I gave it only 4 stars since it wore out after 5+ years and I would have expected it to last longer.
June 14, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Repaired a no handle cabinet door
I bought these to repair a no handle cabinet door, the old hardware was long gone. They worked great, no fuss. 4 stars because of the fasteners, they were almost not up to the task, o frequent problem.
August 21, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Product is easy to install and...
Product is easy to install and pretty straight forward. Adjustments are made by moving the latch and spring roller base. Use the slotted holes before permanently attaching the base. Easy as it gets! I had three installed on my custom plantation shutters in 20 minutes and couldn't be happier. Color options would be a plus. BTW, I made my shutters using the Rockler jigs and wood. I am extremely happy with the results.
May 23, 2012
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
Rockler quality
william f on Nov 2, 2018
I want to support the door weight as well as latching the door.
Carl C on May 15, 2018
Rockler quality
william f on Nov 2, 2018
currently have these on my cabinets and need some new ones
Stephen M on Aug 11, 2018
I want to support the door weight as well as latching the door.
Carl C on May 15, 2018
I want to use it on my iron gate. It is a small gate.
Starr P on May 9, 2018
We're remodeling our kitchen, and the larger island will narrow the main walkway through our kitchen. These latchless catches will enable us to remove the door handles on the doors, giving an extra 3" of clearance as you walk by...
James L on Jan 27, 2018
It is most similar in design to the ones I am replacing.
Ruth L on Sep 26, 2017
In the hope that it will be stronger than a magnet
Bill H on Aug 7, 2017
Need stronger catch on medicine cabinet mirror doors. Hope these work better than magnetic ones that are installed now
John L on Jul 13, 2017
Seems like an easy way to latch at small cabinet door
Jeffrey H on Feb 12, 2017
need to keep a couple of doors closed since the load placed by my "Manager" causes them to open a little
Alex B on Nov 22, 2016
like the way the hidden latch works
Dennis D on Nov 5, 2016
motor home cabinets must latch
Steve H on Oct 14, 2016
Great product for keeping pets out of cabinets
Thomas P on Apr 27, 2016
Replace broken item
William C on Apr 27, 2016
Used these on a job and they work great
Stephanie Lynn K on Feb 29, 2016
currently have these on my cabinets and need some new ones
Stephen M on Aug 11, 2018
I want to use it on my iron gate. It is a small gate.
Starr P on May 9, 2018
Keep in mind, replies to my question should be geared to a novice carpenter. I have a tiled whirlpool surround with a removable access panel (about 12" x 18") that sits flush with the surround. I don't want an exterior handle so I bought these spring catches and a couple magnetic push latches, hoping that one style would work. When installed, I want to be able to just push on the panel and have it pop off. At Rockler, I could see there weren't instructions in the packages, but I thought I'd find them here. Do I mount it so the spring arm is fully extended when the door is in place? or does there need to be tension on the spring to keep the roller in the plastic catch? It seems in reviews of both catches, that people love them or hate them, so I'm guessing it's all about installation. Can anyone help me?
Alice P on Jan 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I used them on a cabinet door with no handle or knob. The catch is collapsed when the door is in its final installed position.
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