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No bump key protection?
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Polished Brass [walmart.com] and Antique Brass [walmart.com] are $7.34.

Note that this is for mobile home use, where the door is apparently thinner. A reviewer on Amazon wrote, "if you have a mobile home makes sure you use these or a mobile home knob, they are different...narrow and a square center shaft".

Non-mobile home options:
Brinks Keyed Entry Ball Style Knob, Satin Nickel [walmart.com] is $6.39.
Brinks Keyed Entry Tulip Shape Knob, Polished Brass [walmart.com] is $6.92.
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No bump key protection?
Product description on Amazon for the Antique Brass [amazon.com] says, "Brinks mobile home keyed entry Bell knob with weather resistant seal is ideal for a mobile home. It fits all doors 1-3/8" to 1-3/4" thick, is pick and bump resistant and includes a drill resistant pin. It also includes an anti-pry shield and a 4-way adjustable latch that fits 2-3/8" or 2-3/4" backsets. It is constructed with a square spindle drive for easy installation and strength. It meets ANSI Grade 3 Standards."
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Product description on Amazon for the Antique Brass [amazon.com] says, "Brinks mobile home keyed entry Bell knob with weather resistant seal is ideal for a mobile home. It fits all doors 1-3/8" to 1-3/4" thick, is pick and bump resistant and includes a drill resistant pin. It also includes an anti-pry shield and a 4-way adjustable latch that fits 2-3/8" or 2-3/4" backsets. It is constructed with a square spindle drive for easy installation and strength. It meets ANSI Grade 3 Standards."
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OOS

dam..... can't say a simple OOS so I have to type much much much longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer longer
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No bump key protection?
Hah, right, all those sophisticated criminals are coming to break into your mobile home with bump keys instead of just kicking in the door. What a reasonable concern.
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Some of the others are still available for a dollar or so more. Chrome is ugly anyway.
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Polished Brass [walmart.com] and Antique Brass [walmart.com] are $7.34.

Note that this is for mobile home use, where the door is apparently thinner. A reviewer on Amazon wrote, "if you have a mobile home makes sure you use these or a mobile home knob, they are different...narrow and a square center shaft".

Non-mobile home options:
Brinks Keyed Entry Ball Style Knob, Satin Nickel [walmart.com] is $6.39.
Brinks Keyed Entry Tulip Shape Knob, Polished Brass [walmart.com] is $6.92.
Thank you most of these still available and not listed clearance.
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Some of the others are still available for a dollar or so more. Chrome is ugly anyway.
That's a brushed stainless steel, not chrome.
Chrome has a polished, shiny, mirror like appearance.
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OOS here.
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That's a brushed stainless steel, not chrome.
Chrome has a polished, shiny, mirror like appearance.
Correct. They are ugly. The chrome ones are not that ugly. I got it wrong.
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Hah, right, all those sophisticated criminals are coming to break into your mobile home with bump keys instead of just kicking in the door. What a reasonable concern.
Hate to burst your bubble since you obviously have class issues, but mobile homes in my parts happen to go for more than most people from the Midwest pays for a 2 story 4 bedroom with land. There are also such things as upgrades...lol Being my old man is in high grade security, I highly doubt someone would be able to kick down my door unless it was the terminator...lol And if they did I'd feel sorry for them after my 2 security dogs ate them alive or I shot them point blank myself. I'm disabled and home 24/7 we've taken severe measures for safety and security since someone broke in when my man and I didn't live together. But that guy just got to meet my service dog and the Puerto Rican b#tch I am and got the sharp end of my butcher knife. Now, you can't get past the street curb in front of my house without EVERYONE and every room knowing as well as my land lord. In fact, after the fires here in Northern California, my land lord contracted my man to set up the whole park this way since we had to take shifts keeping watch from the looters, with our open carry licenses. A completely gutted, no floors, '54 piece of garbage a couple streets down sold for 185K a couple days ago. Despite what you think we're not all trailer trash!
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Hey all, these look fine but I highly recommend not buying them. I wish I had not filled my home with the home ones and my good door installer just looked at them and said don't use these. I did anyway half of them are broke a couple years later. I wish I had spen 25 instead of 10 on all my knobs.
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Hate to burst your bubble since you obviously have class issues, but mobile homes in my parts happen to go for more than most people from the Midwest pays for a 2 story 4 bedroom with land. There are also such things as upgrades...lol Being my old man is in high grade security, I highly doubt someone would be able to kick down my door unless it was the terminator...lol And if they did I'd feel sorry for them after my 2 security dogs ate them alive or I shot them point blank myself. I'm disabled and home 24/7 we've taken severe measures for safety and security since someone broke in when my man and I didn't live together. But that guy just got to meet my service dog and the Puerto Rican b#tch I am and got the sharp end of my butcher knife. Now, you can't get past the street curb in front of my house without EVERYONE and every room knowing as well as my land lord. In fact, after the fires here in Northern California, my land lord contracted my man to set up the whole park this way since we had to take shifts keeping watch from the looters, with our open carry licenses. A completely gutted, no floors, '54 piece of garbage a couple streets down sold for 185K a couple days ago. Despite what you think we're not all trailer trash!
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