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Amazon has Defender Security U 10827 Reinforcement Lock on sale for $12.65! Personally I installed two of these on the doors in my house and they make the doors basically barricaded. I haven't gone as far as some and tried to kick my door open with them but if you try and open it with one of these on there good luck getting in lol.

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I own this and use to keep my 3 yr old son from unlocking the deadbolt and walking out front.
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Firstly: Company is rated A on Fakespot.
Next: Fakespot's adjusted score from the 1271 ratings scores (raw data of 4.6 stars averaged) is still about 3.6 stars. Fakespot states 78.7% of all reviews are reliable reviews.

With only 4% 3 stars, 2% 2 stars and 4% 1 star (presuming those are all valid, because no one complains in error), you are really not understanding Fakespot stats.

Bottom line is do not put all your stock in a kneejerk reaction to Fakespot's main letter grade rating without reading into it more. Always check the 1 and 2 star ratings a bit too. When you see the same complaints over and over, you get a good idea of typical flaws. I am neither claiming this is good or bad, just hoping to educate folks on Fakespot a little.
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Yes, it's not meant to open slightly and still remain secure. It behaves like a deadbolt, close or open only.

As for your 2nd statement, you are frankly completely wrong and clearly sound like you have never installed this at all or even seen its operation.

I have these installed in my house with wood framing and it is super tough. Even the manufacturer says it will withstand upto 800lbs of force with wood frame. It's a solid product. If you bought one and used it you would instantly understand.
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Good deal. $5 cheaper than normal price.
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I own this and use to keep my 3 yr old son from unlocking the deadbolt and walking out front.
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How long are the screws? They gotta be a minimum of 2.5" to 3" to be effective. Not sure if that flimsy hinge will withstand repeated beating though.
EASY INSTALLATION – The included 3" hardened screws make installation a breeze – extra security and peace of mind can be achieved in just minutes.
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This works for me because I rarely use my main door( it only works if you lock it from the inside) I exit from a side door to the garage. Along with reinforcing the deadbolt stop, this is the best way to secure from kick ins.
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Really wish I wasn't renting and I could get this. my parents had them and they r great
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Was actually looking at this yesterday. Anyone with perspective on a strike plate vs this? This looks more effective, but was looking for something more subtle, yet secure than nothing at all. Thanks
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Really wish I wasn't renting and I could get this. my parents had them and they r great
I would let my tenants install these, as a matter of fact I might just order some and send out notices to say that we're going to be installing these in the near future.

One thing to note, you may have to chisel out the door frame to make these fit. Pretty easy to do but just a heads up in case you're afraid that you might not make it look totally professional for your landlord.
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Was actually looking at this yesterday. Anyone with perspective on a strike plate vs this? This looks more effective, but was looking for something more subtle, yet secure than nothing at all. Thanks
I would definitely get the strike plate also just in case you use the front door to exit and can't use this.
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i have one, and these things are awesome; it's probably as elegant as any of these types of locks go. Better than chains and those other latch looking things

I mounted mine high, so the kids can't open the door to strangers, but ideal positioning is actually closer to the deadbolt, which is where a well placed kick would go.

But, my purpose was to prevent toddlers from opening the door, so it was perfect. Tempted to get one more at this price
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