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Safe Push Touch Latch Black Standard (2-3/8" Long overall)
Safe Push Touch Latch Black Standard (2-3/8" Long overall) Item #92875
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Safe Push Touch Latch Black Mini-latch (1-5/8" Long overall)
Safe Push Touch Latch Black Mini-latch (1-5/8" Long overall) Item #99152
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Safe Push Touch Latch Brown Standard (2-3/8" Long overall)
Safe Push Touch Latch Brown Standard (2-3/8" Long overall) Item #92883
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Safe Push Touch Latch White Standard (2-3/8" Long overall)
Safe Push Touch Latch White Standard (2-3/8" Long overall) Item #92891
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Bumpy motions won't jar the door open if you're using the Safe Push Touch Latch. The Safe Push Touch Latch is excellent for mobile homes, trailers and earthquake zones. Mechanical, non-magnetic plastic latch is safe near computers.

  • Mechanical, non-magnetic plastic latch is safe near computers and other magnetic sensitive material
  • Holds the door tightly closed, can't be pushed open by objects falling against the inside
  • Perfect for earthquake proofing kitchen cabinets or for RV's
  • Easy push touch action latch - no need for handles or pulls
(1) Safe Push Touch Latch
(1) Package of mounting screws
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Weight 0.0600
Tech Spec
  • Mechanical spring loaded action, 4kg retaining force (1 kg = 2.2046 lb.)
  • For overlay doors give 3mm (1/8") gap between door & cabinet frame for pushing space
  • Standard latches are 2-3/8" Long overall
  • Made from molded plastic
  • Safe Push Touch Latch Black Mini-latch is 1-5/8" Long overall
4.7 / 5.0
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Cabinet door latch worked great!
August 11, 2018
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Well designed, well built
I live between the San Andreas and Hayward faults, so it's important to have some way to keep the cabinet doors to stay closed when there's an earthquake. These latches haven't been tested by a significant quake yet, but they appear to be at least as likely as any other latches to work when the ground starts shaking. The latches are very well designed (they allow some installation misalignment) and well constructed (unlikely to break). I got the "mini" version, which still seems plenty strong. They work by a tiny push and then a pull on the cabinet door. It takes very little time to get used to. I am very happy with these latches!
February 13, 2018
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Not yet installed
I haven't been able to get the latches installed, but my daughter and son-in-law have them in their kitchen and I was impressed with them. That's why I ordered them and hope to get them in soon. Mother-in-law to-do list is lower on the priority scale than wife to-do list! I like having the chance to remove knobs that have been placed high on the upper cupboard doors and just being able to push on the lower corner of the door to open them.
April 11, 2017
over 3 years ago
Ideal latch
By using this latch on the bottom of a Suggestion Box only a couple people know how to open the box. It is completely hidden.
January 29, 2017
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Much better than older types. Very easy to operate.
January 15, 2017
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Excellent & quick.
I tried to explain to my carpenter what these are, so I just bought it and Ed it myself. It's a great piece, well worth the minimal effort.

Rocker's website was easy to use, and delivery was quick!
Yes I'll buy from here again if needed.
December 17, 2016
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great product
These safety push latches were perfect for the slatted oak gate that I installed at the head of my cellar stairs. Easy to install and secure the gate from over-swinging.
July 21, 2016
over 3 years ago
Great Product
The latch worked perfectly for my needs. It is a well made product at a reasonable price.
June 3, 2016
over 4 years ago
Both the product and the service were great.
February 8, 2016
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Just what I was looking for
June 5, 2015
over 5 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
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Replace a broken unit.
John C on Jul 20, 2018
Jerry L on Jun 8, 2018
Replace a broken unit.
John C on Jul 20, 2018
To replace broken ones
Bret M on Jun 21, 2018
Jerry L on Jun 8, 2018
I was looking for it everywhere but could not find it.
Milca K on May 1, 2018
they work well
paul k on Apr 16, 2018
Not what I wanted but the only one small enough.
Paul R on Mar 26, 2018
white <br />2 3/8
Juan Antonio A on Feb 5, 2018
Used before and was satisfied
Arnold S on Jan 31, 2018
Push touch latches were purchased to help keep pantry doors securely closed .
diana s on Nov 26, 2017
Wanted to try a different style to see if I like better.
Ruth L on Sep 26, 2017
Love this lock
Cindy S on Sep 3, 2017
Edwin A G on Aug 5, 2017
Needed for a customer job
Darlene A on Jul 12, 2017
Have a strong hold and concealed design
Kaylee M on Jun 28, 2017
To keep a rabbit hutch's doors closed in case it decides to run into them.
Bryan M on Feb 18, 2017
used to match existing latches in motorhome
Richard G. D on Feb 12, 2017
Glenn B on Feb 8, 2017
Safety for earthquakes
William W on Dec 14, 2016
I wanted a positive catch to keep the contents of a cabinet safe in case of an earthquake.
Robert P Lloyd J on Dec 9, 2016
for hidden latch
Art G on Dec 3, 2016
Needed something that could hold 2kg without opening until pushed.. this is rated for 4 kg, so I've got room to spare!
David D on Nov 23, 2016
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
Used for them for cabinets in a trailer.
Michael N on Nov 14, 2016
concealed latch for my hidden door
Greg K on Sep 14, 2016
want to try it
Forrest l on Aug 21, 2016
really like these latches over push button or magnet tupe
Ken M on Aug 20, 2016
I have something like this in my motor home. It is broken. Looks like the same one. Holds the bathroom door open.
Jeff D on Aug 2, 2016
These latches will help earthquake proof a kitchen.
William F on Jun 16, 2016
Replaced the old old ones
tony m on May 5, 2016
Allen R on Apr 19, 2016
For an entertainment unit
Chris W on Apr 10, 2016
To secure my tv in my rv while traveling.
Ronald S on Apr 1, 2016
Perfect fit for the door I am repairing.
Kevin F on Jan 29, 2016
One broke needed to replace the ball
Calvin H on Nov 16, 2015
earthquake retrofit for cabinets.
William R on Nov 13, 2015
I was looking for something to attach the power supply for a cosplay phaser and this fit the bill. I also bought 2 extra to attach the face shield for my Ironman helmet.
Richard J G on Oct 4, 2015
I picked these for my project of hidden storage under basement stairs. Hopefully, these latches would keep the kickboards on for regular useof the stairs, and provide easy access to hidden co partments when needed.
Valerie B on Sep 4, 2015
I want to have a cabinet door without outside hardware<br />and I think this touch opener latch will make this possible.
eunice w on Sep 1, 2015
It's the style I'm after, and I heard from a colleague that the quality of this latch is decent.
Lincoln C on Aug 27, 2015
customer request
giovanni c on Jul 31, 2015
size and positive latch for earthquake protection
Timothy J A on Jul 29, 2015
This latch (#99152) had the smallest footprint + the needed load capacity for my earthquake-related cabinetry (full overlay door design) needs. Unfortunately, this model was only available in black (I wanted brown). The other models offered w/ color choices were almost 1 inch deeper (unsightly).
Margaret S on Jul 17, 2015
because I wanted it
Tim S on Jun 9, 2015
Love these latches on custom made entertainment center. Having a custom hutch made and want more of these latches for the new piece.
Gwen P on May 7, 2015
replacement of failed fixture
Toby K on Apr 23, 2015
To replace broken ones
Bret M on Jun 21, 2018
I was looking for it everywhere but could not find it.
Milca K on May 1, 2018
I need a touch latch for a full size antique wood wood that I’m installing in my pantry. The door is over 100 years old and took a lot of time to strip and the-finished, so the last thing I want to do is to cut a hole in it for a door knob. What size/type of magnetic latch system would you recommend?
Noell C on Sep 3, 2018
If used for a drawer, can there be constant pressure on the drawer to be opened and the drawer will stay closed until it is pushed to be opened?
Jeff W on Dec 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I'm assuming you mean "constant pressure " as from spring loaded drawer guide or similar ?. I've used these latches in a variety of applications, yes they can have a small amount of constant pressure before being pushed and released. The larger latch would handle more pressure and I've found on drawers, you need to use two latches, I typically place them on the rear bottom corners, you need to consider the length of the mechanism tho when constructing your cabinet or considering install locations. I hope that helped
Would this be good use for a garden gate--not too heavy?
Steve M on Jun 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Good thought, , this is a latch for a cabinet door designed to hold closed a much smaller area ,dimension and weight. If you can think it " it must exist" . So look around a heavy duty similar latch , check child proof latches if the gate is light and decorative.
my cabinets open in the middle. Would these still work?
Debbie P on Aug 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: As long as you have somewhere to attach the clip, (large rectangular piece) If it is the top rail of the cabinet frame, like I have for my aquarium DIY stand. Should be no worries.
I like mine, the way it works and the way it holds.
Just be really careful about mounting to be sure the door is where you want it. I rushed and my door is not flush with the cabinet. But, I'm okay with it.
can they be used on drawers in a MotorHome?
A shopper on Apr 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I have used these on drawers before. But, because of the friction or tension on the drawer guides I used two on each drawer in order to get enough push to open the drawer far enough to get my fingers behind the edge of the front, I used the under mount drawer guides in order for all my hardware to be hidden. I mounted them in the very back of the cabinet on each rear corner of the drawer.
I have a coffee table with a top that raises. it will not stay completely closed. Would two of these work?
CaptBobD on May 3, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I have used these latches on two projects. My guess is that you might not be satisfied. The reason being is that because they are "Push Touch", they don't close tightly. You push to close and push again to unlatch -- very clever. They need to be slightly open so that a push will allow them to unlatch. I would suggest magnetic catches.
Are the safe push touch latches for a large cabinet door??? Would they work due to the weight?
brittany A on Nov 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I've used these latches in multiple applications, the weight of your door should be carried by the hinges, if your door is sagging or drooping you need to add more hinges or heavier hinges. With that said, a properly hung door will work fine with these latches. You to consider that the door needs about a 1/16-1/8" "over travel" for the latch to function, if you have continuos door stop around your opening the door need to travel slightly past it's closed position to release or set the latch, I typically inset my stop and use over size rubber corner bumpers to give me the extra travel needed. Hope this helps
Will these close/latch shut with soft close cabinet hinges?
Bill K on Nov 16, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I'm sorry but I can't answer the question as I'm not familiar with soft close cabinet hinges.
How much pushing force is needed to open these? I'm trying to keep my cats out of the cabinets. If they figure out all they need to do is push they'll have a field day in the pantry if they have enough weight to open them
Sausage on Sep 27, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I can't give you a numerical answer, but a cat could open this pretty easily. I used this on a door in my van, and the motion of the vehicle never opens the door, but a very gentle push is all that is needed.
Could I use them on fridge doors?
Jake H on Nov 16, 2018
Would it work for a Murphy door?
Willy on May 5, 2017
Will these work for under the counter drawers for a kick touch drawer?
Linda on Mar 26, 2017
Will these hinges close strong enough where these latches would close and lock?
Trillium on Jan 15, 2017
Safe Push Touch Latches-Select size and color
Safe Push Touch Latches-Select size and color
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