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Satin Nickel-plated Metal Butt Door hinge (L)75mm, Pack of 3
These nickel effect metal butt hinges are suitable for hanging interior doors. Fixings supplied for quick and simple installation.
- Only fixings included
|Product type||Door hinge|
Fine apart from the screws
Richard39 - 1 month ago
In the first 9 screws that I tried, two had heads that broke off. It's then really tricky to drill the rest of the screw out. I've never had a problem with B&Q's normal range of screws, so why sell bad ones with their hinges? (This problem was highlighted by other reviewers 5 years ago)
Warning do not use the supplied screws
Legin62 - 1 year ago
These hinges are great and i have fitted loads of them but the screws supplied are pants and will break off with the slightest force , be warned do not use the supplied screws they are made of cheap rubbish metal, go and get some decent ones. Come on B & Q there are enough reviews from your customers to make you take action and investigate why these hinges are supplied with such rubbish screws!!
So far so good
JAL123 - 3 years ago
Rusty discolouration on many of the ones in stock. Struggled to find ones that didn't look old. Easy enough to fit.
Rusty when bought
JiFB - 4 years ago
Opened the packet on arriving home to find that the pin on the hinge was rusty (Picture attached). If it wasn't a 32 mile round trip would have returned.
Guess some WD 40 will have to do
B&Q a definite failure in the quality control department
Don't use the supplied screws
mrdiynotimpressed - 4 years ago
I purchased these hinges to hang a knotty pine door (see separate review). The hinges are fine. BUT I advise you to throw away the prepacked screws and buy some decent ones. Even though I pre-drilled the screw locations and was only driving them in using a hand screwdriver. The heads sheered off two of them which meant I had to do unnecessary surgery to remove the body. They are too thin under the head and should be of a heavier gauge.