This Wall Mounted Door Bumper is perfect for anyone looking for a stylish and discreet way to protect their walls from damage sustained by a hard hitting door.
Please be aware of the door handle when fixing this door bumper.
The handles projection needs to be less that the bumper due to travelling distance. However, although we don't recommend using with a lever handle, this could be placed where the handle meets the wall, instead of at the bottom of the wall / skirting board.
This is a really simple concealed fixing. Simply fix the screws to the wall, leave the head sticking slightly outwards and then the bumper will simply slot on over the screw. Fixings are included.
The housing has a satin stainless steel or brass finish, which can blend in to most aesthetics, and a grey rubber buffer.
Overall Projection: 27mm; Diameter of completed unit: 60mm
- Written by Jack
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Please contact us prior to purchase if you are in any doubt about product contents or suitability.
Hi, guys. My name is Darrel and I'm the head of the tech team here at LocksOnline. Thanks for taking some time to tune in and have a look at one of our product review videos. We are doing the short little videos, the idea is to be able to show you, our customer, the product that we have to offer, and be able to give you a little bit more insight, a little bit more details on the individual products. The product that I want to have a look at today is a wall or a floor mounted door buffer, the idea is that that this particular unit here could be screwed up onto a wall or it can be on a skirting board, etc. The idea is that when the actual door comes up, hits against that and obviously buffers that.
Now what you're going to bear in mind is with this particular type and one we're pointing out, is that the traveling distance here maybe less than your handle. So if you've got to set handles on your door, you need to make sure that the projection of the handles is less if there is handles on the door. Otherwise, obviously the handles are going to hit before the door actually comes up against this stop. It is absolutely no reason if you wanted to bring in this up a little bit further over on the wall, and actually put it where the handles actually do hit. So you can use that then instead of digging into your wall, etc.
The way that these are designed to be fitted is you comes with the screw and wall plug, drill yourself a hole. Screw the screw in, but leave a little bit of it to stick out. The idea is then it just pushes onto there, and if you can zoom on there. It just pushes the screw onto there and it holds itself into place like that, in theory the only ever force to be applied against this is this particular force tapping it against there. So therefore then you should stay on there, no problem at all. It comes in two pieces. There is actual two pieces there, stainless steel and this obviously a rubber buffer.
To give you guys a bit of an idea of the overall projection, if I was to use the linear gauge here and sit that on top of there and sit down onto there. You are looking at round about a 27 millimetre projection there. The actual diameter of the actual unit itself, it's about right there. It's 60 millimetres the overall diameter. So there you go, just one of the hundreds and thousands of products of different products that we have on our website. Hopefully, this video will give you a little opportunity to see the product in the flesh, in a little bit more detail and hopefully, I can explain a little bit better than maybe the picture of the description can.
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