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Yale Polished Brass effect Metal Window handle (L)129mm

Yale Polished Brass effect Metal Window handle (L)129mm

£18.67
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Product information

This brass effect lockable window handle is ideal for securing windows from the inside.

  • 2 years Guarantee
  • 2 year Guarantee
  • Window handle, wedges for use with tapered frames to square lock to window section, key

Features and benefits

  • Locking mechanism incorporated within the handle
  • Suitable for narrow frames and fits both left or right hand opening windows
  • Supplied with wedges for use with tapered frames to square lock to window section
  • Locks both in closed and ventilation positions
  • Supplied with wedges for use with tapered frames to square lock to window section

Specifications

BrandYale
Product typeWindow handle
Pack quantity1
Handle length129mm
Number of keys supplied1
MaterialMetal
Model name/numberP-115-PB
EffectBrass effect
Product code5010608011518

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great product in great store

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boozie008 - 2 years ago

Bought this to replace one I fitted in the kids' bedroom OVER 25 YEARS AGO! Speaks volumes about the quality of the original that it lasted this long, surviving the vagaries and rough-handling of successive kids and teenagers; speaks even more about the quality of the store that can stock the same line for 25 years, plus the member of staff who, after a cursory glance at the broken handle on the original, just said "..end of aisle eleven, second shelf up."
Pity about the price ...it certainly didn't cost £18.52 in 1992! But then again, petrol was £1.70 a gallon in 1992 and its £5.50 a gallon now!
Here's to the next 25 years...I'll be pushing 103 when I buy the next one. It'll probabaly cost £60 by then, and if there's any petrol left it'll be £30 a gallon!