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AmazonBasics Door Reinforcement Lock - 1-Pack, Polished Brass $5.73; 2-Pack $6.32

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I had to search for this, because of my toddler who could reach the deadbolt on my front door and open it by himself. I ordered this from another seller and then Amazon suggested a similar product from AmazonBasics. Similar other products sell for ~$13 a piece. Amazon version of this was just $5.73. Other colors are costlier, but this color matches my door handle, so, lucky!! 2 Pack was just $6.32, so ordered a 2 pack

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Nice Smilie TY!

..... 2-pack is cheaper @ 6 32 👍

1 @ front door, 2nd @ back Wink
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It puts the door reinforcement lock in the basket...
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This is NOT the kind of lock to use with a toddler. Most lack the strength and coordination to open this type of lock in an emergency. You're better off using a simple old-fashioned chain latch if you must.

The main purpose of this type of device is to prevent access to your home to anyone who has (obtained) a key (landlord, maintenance, your ex, etc) while you are inside sleeping, showering or otherwise vulnerable to being assaulted.

Also, you'll need 3" screws to penetrate the door framing. The included 1" screws are practically useless.
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Nice Smilie TY!

..... 2-pack is cheaper @ 6 32 👍

1 @ front door, 2nd @ back Wink
In for one...I can never have enough reinforcements on my back door.
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This is NOT the kind of lock to use with a toddler. Most lack the strength and coordination to open this type of lock.
Did you read the OP? I love SD, but stuff like this...
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This is NOT the kind of lock to use with a toddler. Most lack the strength and coordination to open this type of lock in an emergency. You're better off using a simple old-fashioned chain latch if you must.

The main purpose of this type of device is to prevent access to your home to anyone who has (obtained) a key (landlord, maintenance, your ex, etc) while you are inside sleeping, showering or otherwise vulnerable to being assaulted.

Also, you'll need 3" screws to penetrate the door framing. The included 1" screws are practically useless.
Huh...
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Did you read the rest of that person post???
Yup. A know it all who can't be bothered to read posts before writing.
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In for one...I can never have enough reinforcements on my back door.
THAT'S what they ALL say 😱
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Gett'n extras for my teenage daughters' rooms ..... cheaper and more reliable than birth control pills Smilie

.... funny how I'll use these to keep some people IN and some people OUT ..... I just amaze myself some days Wink
Pretty sure they will only work on the inside; but good luck.
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in 4 1. thanks
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I have these and really like them. I read the door will have to be splintered before someone can get in. I may get extras for doors I don't have.
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