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Schlage Flair Right Handed Lever Non-Turning Lock, Aged Bronze (F170 FLA 716 RH)

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Description

  • Decorative non-turning trim used on one side of the door
  • Works with right swing doors: hinges located on right side; lever points right
  • Guaranteed to fit on existing, standard pre-drilled doors
  • Easy installation with Phillips screwdriver
  • Lock and finish backed by limited lifetime warranty

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Customer Reviews

Dummy Lever order I ordered this item along with 3 sets of matching privacy levers and 1 passage lever for a master-bath remodeling project. This was intended to replace old worn-out builders knobs on a double-door entry into the jacuzzi room. Imaging my surprise when I opened the box and there was no matching lever for the back side of the door, to match the working set on the mating door. The description could be a little less vague, but the product is nice. If you're ordering this to replace old hardware, also be advised that there's no through-the-door barrel hardware, so you'll have to plug the hole that may have been there for the legacy hardware. 3Cheap Matching product for pre-existing Schlage products, which we had. Only product of the line that is Right or Left, so make sure you order the correct one. Of the Flair line, these are the cheapest looking. Levers have slight amount of play during opening/closing. Not a big deal, just mentioning as I would prefer a completely solid feel. I have also mentioned about this Flair line, the screw holes are not hidden. So, to me, this makes them a middle grade cosmetically.Laminated finish. Looks fine from a distance and even up close. HOWEVER, installation can delaminate the coating around the screw holes.I installed these in place of the brass product present since new in 1993. Previously Schlage, too. Fit was almost perfect. Some screws were angled in the doors. This resulted in the heads of the screws contacting the escutcheon prior to fully seating into the screw hole. When this happened, it slightly dented the metal, delaminating the coating. Cannot see from a distance, but up close (and I'm OCD) it is noticeable. Disappointing.Tip: Seat the screws into the screw holes PRIOR to engaging them into the previous holes. Start one, advance a bit, then start the other. If the screws are not parallel (and most are not), you'll likely benefit from advancing each a bit at a time until the escutcheon is fully flush against the door. 3good product These fake door handles were perfect matches to the ones we had. Easy to install, they are perfect for what we needed them for. 5Schlage single dummy handle I like the quality of Schlage handles, compared to other brands. Some are hollow behind the grip, but Schlage are solid. They are also easier to install than cheaper brands. We have French doors and only one side needed an operating catch. The other is for show.That being said, I gave four stars because I wish the screws did not show. I think there should be a cover cap that fits over the screw section so that it matches the partner door. Even with a non-locking closet handle, it would still look more finished if the screws did not show on outside.In retrospect, I think I could have used a regular double handle set and achieved that look, but it would have required a hole through the door. Seeing I was replacing an existing dummy handle, I didn't want the extra work of drilling a hole. Lazy, I guess. 4great replacement We bought a house with all brass hardware so we are slowly going through and changing everything to satin nickel as we prefer that color. Love the design and ease of installation. The only pain for me was that I am replacing an existing handle so the template didn't match exactly with how the original owner installed his dummy handle. I just wanted to make sure that the new one covered the holes from the original so I just had to do my own measurements and check that it was plumb. If you are installing on a brand new door or the old handle's holes will be covered by the template, then this will be a snap. The template shows exactly where to put your two pilot holes and then you screw it in. 5Nice upgrade but still affordable These 'F' series locks & lock sets were once called Schlage's 'builder' series; a step up from other brands but still affordable enough to be attractive in a builder's budget. We're changing out all the locks & lock sets in our 29 year old 4 BDRM home. The Schladge products are a nice, but still affordable upgrade. We went with the 'Flair' style lever handsets with chrome in the baths & laundry and aged bronze every where else. They have a nice solid feel to them and look great.This particular item is a surface mount 'dummy' knob. We used them on linen closet doors with ball catches rather than a full lock set. They look like the real thing, but don't rotate. The ball catch is a separate product that is usually mounted in the top of the door with a strike in the top piece of door casing.Changing all the locks is a bigger job than you might think with mixed finishes, different styles of strikes, and hardest of all different diameters on the 'rosettes' where the lock set halves attach to each other or, in the case of a dummy knob, attach to the door surface. Our original locks had larger diameter rosettes than the new ones so we had to sand down each door and repaint to make the impression line from the larger rosette disappear. The wood entry door had to be refinished at a local shop to get the stain colors to match at the rosettes. It all looks great, though I've still got a couple of lock sets to go... 5Matches perfectly original functional pair from 2009. I bought a pair, left and right, to match an existing functional pair on French doors. The originals were installed in 2009 so I was concerned that there could have been a subtle change in style or finish. No so. The old and new are a perfect match, although I would add that outside it'll take a bit of time for the finish to weather sufficiently to exactly match the original! 5More wiggle from handle to base than expected, just a caveat Replaced 15 year old brass Schlage dummy handle, this one has far too much wiggle from the handle to the base. Compared to the brass one 15 years ago they definitely went cheap in the construction of it. I installed it as it's mainly for show on a door that is hardly ever used, just understand if you're going to use this for a pull it is not a sold piece, it's two pieces held together by a plastic ring which causes, as said previously, too much wiggle IMHO. 3Fine Schlage Handle Proper Schlage handle, in our case, for a bi-fold closet door that replaced an old standard door. The new door has no latch except a spring catch at the top. This handle matches our ten-year old door handles. Nothing like it is in stock at any big-box home supplier locally. 5Cheap Matching product for pre-existing Schlage products, which we had. Only product of the line that is Right or Left, so make sure you order the correct one. Of the Flair line, these are the cheapest looking. Levers have slight amount of play during opening/closing. Not a big deal, just mentioning as I would prefer a completely solid feel. I have also mentioned about this Flair line, the screw holes are not hidden. So, to me, this makes them a middle grade cosmetically.Laminated finish. Looks fine from a distance and even up close. HOWEVER, installation can delaminate the coating around the screw holes.I installed these in place of the brass product present since new in 1993. Previously Schlage, too. Fit was almost perfect. Some screws were angled in the doors. This resulted in the heads of the screws contacting the escutcheon prior to fully seating into the screw hole. When this happened, it slightly dented the metal, delaminating the coating. Cannot see from a distance, but up close (and I'm OCD) it is noticeable. Disappointing.Tip: Seat the screws into the screw holes PRIOR to engaging them into the previous holes. Start one, advance a bit, then start the other. If the screws are not parallel (and most are not), you'll likely benefit from advancing each a bit at a time until the escutcheon is fully flush against the door. 3
Schlage Flair Right Handed Lever Non-Turning Lock, Aged Bronze (F170 FLA 716 RH)

Schlage Flair Right Handed Lever Non-Turning Lock, Aged Bronze (F170 FLA 716 RH)

4.4
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€63,00
Sale price
€63,00
Regular price
€104,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€41,00)