Friday, August 2, 2013

Brinks Push Pull Rotate Door Locks Review and Giveaway

As a mom, how many times have I carried in more than I can handle at one time? I can't even count how many. From groceries to babies and toddlers, I don't think I ever get to my front door empty handed. 

Brinks Home Security PUSH PULLROTATEKnobs and Levers are the easiest, most comfortable way to open a door. With just one finger, an elbow, or your hip, you can simply push or pull your way through a door. Great if you have your hands full or free!

Brinks new line of door knobs called Push Pull Rotate has been a live saver!
Of course Brinks products are;
  • Highly Durable
  • Highly Secure
  • Simple to Install
  • Lifetime Warranty
Brinks Home Security PUSH PULLROTATEKnobs and Levers are available for both exterior and interior doors, with matching deadbolts to provide the highest level of security. They're also complemented by our matching Classics Collection conventional locks to provide a full selection of styles, functions and finishes for an entire home remodel.

So, when your hands are full, you can simply push, pull or rotate the door knob for entry. I really enjoy the "push" feature of mine!
 

Lowes Item #425257 

Loaded down with laundry?...use your hip. Coming in from the backyard BBQ with a tray of food?...just pull with your finger. Dirty hands from working outside?...just push with your elbow. Or maybe you just want an easier way to open a door! PUSH PULLROTATE from Brinks Home Security is the perfect solution.

The door knobs are available in Interior and Exterior and locking and non locking, so you can find a knob for all your needs. 

They also come in 3 finishes;
  • Satin Nickel 
  • Polished Brass
  • Tuscan Bronze
 One reader is going to win a door knob of their own! Enter using the rafflecopter form below. Good Luck!
 a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned in this post to help facilitate my review. All opinions are mine and I was not influenced in any way.  

25 comments:

  1. If I won, I would like the interior locking door knob.

    abfantom at yahoo dot ocm

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  2. interior/locking.
    Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill12@gmail.com

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  3. I think I would choose exterior locking.

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  4. I think I would go with interior locking. lexbaylor17 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  5. Interior Locking for me! Thank you!

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  6. I would choose the exterior locking for our front door.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  7. Interior with locking
    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  8. exterior locking
    heather hgtempaddy@hotmail.com

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  9. I would choose the exterior, locking one. :-) Thank you.

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  10. I would choose an exterior locking one.

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  11. I would choose exterior with locking!

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  12. Exterior locking one for sure.

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  13. I would choose exterior locking door knob.

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  14. probably choose exterior locking

    brich22 at earthlink dot net

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  15. I would like exterior locking.
    shawnac68@hotmail.com

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  16. By placing this review, this will going to allow your prospect buyers to know more about this product.

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  17. This is an ad, not a review. No one seems to have actually reviewed these products. I want to know how they actually work in the field. I want to know if anyone has had problems with their dog figuring out how to open them and easily let themselves out? I want someone to give me insight on installing one of these in a home with young children. Is there a safety concern because they can so easily let themselves out or do they not really work that easily? I tried checking them out recently at Lowe's, but, according to the associate, Brinks pulled them all from the shelves. I contacted Brinks and asked if there was a recall. All I got was they can still be purchased on-line at lowes.com. Not very helpful or assuring that the greatest innovation to the doorknob in 135 years isn't just a faulty product!

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    1. Dear Anon... We have a German Shepherd and a Jack Russell, and they haven't opened the door yet. No small children to report on. We've had this door handle for almost a year now, and it has been great...no problems so far. We tried to buy another one today at Lowe's, but were told they had been recalled. Have no idea why! Hope this helps.

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  18. This is an amazing post for car lovers.

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