Lever release door retainer clip style

£13.07 (inc VAT) £17.99NewCondition
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Trigger release heavy duty door retainer. Releasing the door is easy with the trigger quick release mechanism, engage the door with a simple and effortless push.

Lever release door retainer used mainly on Atlas static caravans. (Please note this items does not come with screws.)

3 Customer Reviews on Lever release door retainer clip style

Lever Release Door Retainer

4 star review(4/5)
Lever release door retainer arrived on time and is as described in the manufacturers notes . The product is of robust construction and should cope with windy conditions quite easily.

A Door Catch That Works!

5 star review(5/5)
After my husband was injured by the camper door hitting him, we needed something that would really hold the door back in a high wind. All the options seemed so flimsy and ineffectual until we found this lever release door retainer. Easy to fit, looks great and the hook holds the door in place whatever the weather. So simple to release too. A superb product that I would recommend without hesitation.

Lever Release Door Retainer

5 star review(5/5)
I have been looking for this type of door retainer for weeks because I already have these fitted to my all my doors that open out and having had a french door fitted to my home I needed another 2. They are well made and do an excellent job in holding the doors open. They are great to have.
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