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Soft-close mechanism eases the door closed without a sound—for use with frameless cabinets.
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Salice 105° Long Arm Hinges, Frameless, Nickle Finish, Half Overlay
Salice 105° Long Arm Hinges, Frameless, Nickle Finish, Half Overlay Item #: 53013
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Salice 105° Long Arm Hinges, Frameless, Nickle Finish

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GRP40160
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86% of 100
Salice 105° Long Arm Hinges, Frameless, Nickle Finish Salice 105° Long Arm Hinges, Frameless, Nickle Finish Salice 105° Long Arm Hinges, Frameless, Nickle Finish
Salice 105° Long Arm Hinges, Frameless, Nickle Finish

With a sleek design and integrated soft-closing action, these Salice® Silentia hinges set a new standard for aesthetics and technology in concealed hinges. Unlike many other soft-close models, the decelerating system is built directly into the hinge and stays out of sight under an attractive, integral cap. The nickel finish is a great match for most woods, particularly for lighter woods. Three-way cam adjustability allows for simple and precise door alignment. No add-on parts, so installation is a breeze and the adjustment screws stay unobstructed. Self-lubricating, with a 105° degree opening angle. Available to accommodate a variety of overlays for frameless cabinets (see options above).


Features:
  • Silentia soft close mechanism silently eases the door closed
  • 3-way cam adjustments for consistent reveals and perfect alignment
  • Clip-on mounting and demounting—remove and reinstall the doors in seconds without tools
  • Steel construction with a nickel finish
  • For frameless cabinets
(2) Salice 105° Long Arm Hinges with Mounting Plates
More Information
Brand Salice
Manufacturer Part Number N/A
Weight 0.5100
Tech Spec
  • Tab: 4mm
  • Cup Diameter: 35mm
  • Cup Depth: 12mm
  • Min. Door Thickness: 15mm
  • Max. Door Thickness: 19mm
  • Adjustments: 3-way cam
  • Gap: 0.7mm
  • Demountable: With clip
  • Min. Reveal: 1.5mm
Tech Docs
Application Full Overlay, Half Overlay, Inset
Cabinet Application N/A
Open Degree 105
Finish Nickel
Style Soft Close
Tab N/A
Cup Diameter N/A
Cup Depth N/A
Minimum Door Thickness N/A
Maximum Door Thickness N/A
Adjustments N/A
Gap N/A
Demountable N/A
Minimum Reveal N/A
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Exactly what I needed. Thank you.
April 23, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Great discounted Hinges
These Salice hinges do the job perfect. Solidly built and cheaper than the competitors. I tend to shy away from cheaper versions of familiar *name* products but I did not go wrong with these. The cover tabs add a nice aesthetic touch.
March 16, 2017
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Easy to instll
The 3 way adjustment makes it easy to install and adjust, Good solid hinge with soft close that works nicely
February 18, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Good hinges
They worked just fine as expected.
July 14, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
I wanted modern soft close hinge for an antique buffet that my wife picked out to use as an island counter cabinet. I needed frameless inset hinges which are uncommon. These worked perfectly and function as they were described. They are easier to install than traditional hinges because they are easily fine adjusted in all directions.
May 28, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
ALL SUPPLIES WORKED NO PROBLEM
January 23, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Don't completely close
I built storage cabinets in my shop and decided to enclose with doors to keep out dirt/dust. I'm using the Salice frameless full overlay hinges. After installing three sets, none of the doors close completely without needing a push by hand. Went to the local big box store and bought a few sets of magnetic latches. Everything is plumb/level/square and mounting holes were drilled with the Rockler Jigit A template. For the cup mounting, I followed the dimensional drawing and made my own cup jig out of lexan. Even after making adjustments with the hinge screws, doors still do not close completely without the use of the magnetic latch.
March 25, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Quality of product is good. However, no instructions on installation were provided. Had to look at 4 to 5 WEB sites to get info on installation. Mfg's website does not give complete information on installation. Editor's note: Instructions are linked right here in this offer in the Technical Downloads section of this page.
November 30, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Plan on extra time
Got fast delivery, Hinges were what I ordered.
I only built four doors, hard to justify buying Rockler's Jig-it for such a small project. Went to Rockler website and downloaded instructions since none were packed with the hinges. I accidently downloaded instructions for comparable Blum hinges. I laid out hole pattern and installed one hinge on two practice pieces of wood. It didn't work, there was interference when the door was openned. That's when I discovered I had the wrong instructions. Went back to the Rockler website and when I clicked on the correct link for the frameless inset door instructions got a "file not found" message. Couldn't find anything on the Salice website. I called Rocker tech support, guy I talked to confirmed that their link was broken. I'm still waiting for a call back from him.
Decided to measure the hinge and do my own layout. Test piece worked fine for door operation except it was impossible to turn the screw for the vertical adjustment. I had to spray it with silicone lube, screw it down to a horizontal surface, and use a giant handle driver with a brand new bit to get the screw to turn. Fortunately the first one I picked was the only bad one, but I still tested all the rest because I didn't want to be surprised when I was installing the doors in the cabinets.
August 13, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
Local hardware stores did not have the selection I needed, so I found these on Rockler's website. I do wish spacer blocks were offered with these hinges, but I will make my own as the piece of furniture I'm making doesn't fit the traditional designs most craftsmen use nowadays. I'm glad Rockler carries a soft close design in the inset configuration.
James A on Mar 29, 2018
I have some older Salice hinges that are getting lose. I want to try a new one to see if it makes a difference in how the door hangs.
Philip D on Feb 18, 2018
Local hardware stores did not have the selection I needed, so I found these on Rockler's website. I do wish spacer blocks were offered with these hinges, but I will make my own as the piece of furniture I'm making doesn't fit the traditional designs most craftsmen use nowadays. I'm glad Rockler carries a soft close design in the inset configuration.
James A on Mar 29, 2018
looks like it will work as a replacement
Duane M on Mar 8, 2018
I have some older Salice hinges that are getting lose. I want to try a new one to see if it makes a difference in how the door hangs.
Philip D on Feb 18, 2018
Soft closing and price
Hugh L on Jan 26, 2018
Replace 20 yr old hinge on cabinet
John L C on Jul 17, 2017
new cabinet project
Elizabeth G on Apr 30, 2017
product meets needs (both full and 1/2 overlay hinges.
John M on Jan 10, 2017
Used them before and was satisfied
Jim D on Jan 8, 2017
Best hinges for inset doors I have used!
Steve on Jan 5, 2017
Hinge Replacement
Dave J on Oct 31, 2016
already bought some and needed 2 more
Jeff the farmer on Aug 28, 2016
Fit my need
Don O on Aug 20, 2016
replacement hinge
Andrew H on Aug 16, 2016
ease of installation and adjustment possibilties
Jeffrey P on Aug 4, 2016
The only brand to meet my requirement for frameless cabinet doors. Hope they are good ones.
Glenn H on Jun 26, 2016
I hope that it fits a cabnet am working on
dennis g on Jun 7, 2016
I recently installed five sets of these hinges and were very satisfied. Thus decided to order more for additional kitchen cabinet doors. These are easy to install especially when using the insty-drive bit (69053) and the Jig IT mounting plate template.
Painter613 on Feb 6, 2016
I picked these because I needed them. I bought them through Rockler though cause they made it super easy with Amazon checkout. Super slick move.
Joe F on Oct 25, 2015
to accomidate pull out shelves
Paul B on Oct 1, 2015
Specific project requirements met by product selection.
John M on Sep 14, 2015
great help from tech support
Randy S on Aug 27, 2015
Hinge applicable to a custom install.
Thomas L S on Aug 24, 2015
looks like it will work as a replacement
Duane M on Mar 8, 2018
Soft closing and price
Hugh L on Jan 26, 2018
I have cabinets that are screwed together each with 3/4 frameless construction. If I choose full overlay, won't one door be squeezed to the next. Half overlay? Leaves a lot of cabinet showing. Is there another option?
Scott W on Nov 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: the fulloverlay hinges are made that when you open the door it moves inward slightly to clear the door next to it
how many hinges should i use for an almost 6' tall cabinet door? 3? thanks!
j b on Jun 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Absolutely, using four makes alignment/adjustment just that much more difficult and, unless your doors are extremely heavy--over 10 pounds or so--three hinges will carry the load just fine.
The doors I have when closed sit inside the cabinet. Should Full of Half Overlay hinges be used?
Joseph on Feb 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: They should be Full Inset Hinges.
I am trying to replace hinges on doors that are 22 lb. a piece, will these hinges handle the weight? Also, what is the definition of the "Gap"? Also, Does it matter how far from the edge of the door that the 35mm pocket is located? Thanks, Dave
David I on Aug 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I can only answer your last question. Yes, it does matter how far from the edge of the door the pockets are drilled. Use one of the jigs Rockler has and you'll have it in the right place. The distance from the edge to the center hole is listed in the downloadable instructions linked onto this page. The plate and cup drilling jigs are worth the money.
are these sold as a pair?
scott on May 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: yes these are sold in pairs
I bought these for a new kitchen cabinet build. They install fine and are very adjustable with the exception of the soft close mechanism. These are 100% installed correctly. My doors are built with 3/4 poplar stiles and rails with a 9mm baltic birch plywood center. Some of them close and others you need to push to get them to close all the way. Anyone else seeing this? How did you fix/adjust?
Andy N on May 22, 2018
I am building a frameless full overlay cabinet for a hallway that has end panels attached to it. I want to make the door flush with the outside panel instead of the inside frame. Is there a frameless hinge that can accommodate the extra thickness so when the door swings open the hinge side doesn't hit the cabinet? Any help on this would be great and appreciated. Thanks.
Logan H on Jan 29, 2018
I have a cabinet up against a wall with 1/2 inch moulding butted up to the bottom of the cabinet. The cabinet is 3/4 inch material. I was wondering if a full / half overlay would move away from the wall when it opens? Or if I would have to use the inset overlay. In the picture on the technical downloads it looks like it pulls away from the wall when it opens. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
Austin W on Dec 28, 2016
We have 15 year old cabinets that are in need of hinge replacements. The identifying marks on the back of the plate on the old hardware indicates they are Salice with the additional markings of AR and the number 2. Can you help me to find the exact model from years ago if possible? Please contact me at your earliest convenience. Thank you.
Trish L on Jan 12, 2016