Steve Handles (pair) | Matte Brushed Nickel

US$37.23

Tradies Range | Backplate
Choose from round or square and from passage or privacy
Tradies Range | Latch
Choose from drive in or standard latch. Drive in latches are for prehung doors

In stock

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Radius Hinge | Standard | Matte Brushed Nickel
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US$2.95
Radius Hinge | Lift Off | Right Hand | Matte Brushed Nickel
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US$3.49
Radius Hinge | Lift Off | Left Hand | Matte Brushed Nickel
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US$3.49
Paradigm | Round | Stainless Steel
Paradigm | Round | Stainless Steel

In stock (can be backordered)

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US$114.42
Paradigm | Square | Brushed Satin Chrome
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US$107.82
Door Stop | Round | Wall Mounted | Brushed Stainless Steel
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US$6.98
Door Stop | Square | Wall Mounted | Brushed Stainless Steel
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US$6.98
Door Stop | Circular | Floor Mounted | Matte Brushed Nickel
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US$6.98
Door Stop | Square | Floor Mounted | Satin Chrome
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US$10.24
Door Stop | Magnetic | Matte Brushed Nickel
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US$10.86

Door handles are sold in pairs
Hinges are sold as singles

Description

The Steve handle in Matte Brushed Nickel is designed for maximum flexibility as well as being one of the quickest and easiest door handles to install.

To make up a set of handles, you will need to choose a cover plate and a latch. No matter what you choose, the price is the same.

Cover plates include:

  • Round Passage Cover plates (pair)
  • Round Privacy Cover plates (pair)
  • Square Passage Cover plates (pair)
  • Square Privacy Cover plates (pair)

Latches include:

  • The drive in latch which is designed for prehung doors. These are typical  Corinthian and Hume doors. These latches also come with round striker plate
  • Standard latch – which includes both ‘D’ type striker plate and ‘T’ type striker plate. The later is commonly used on EzyJambs and other metal jambs

Please note that these handles can not be used with mortice locks. For locking option, please select from the Paradigm locks.

When ordering doors, ensure that they have a bore hole between 50 and 54mm in diameter set back 60mm as per the diagram below. The first image below is for a drive in latch and the second one shows a standard latch face cutout