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No
Chisty C.
· September 24, 2021
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I don't think so, suggest you just order 2 dummies!
Cynthia Gillies
· April 12, 2022
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No, this doorknob has a switch on one side to lock/unlock manually, and a keyhole on the other side to do the same.
Dress to depress
· November 16, 2021
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only one key fit both, not
Different locks.

Jenny-QL
· August 9, 2021
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It’s an a pair. Note that this is a privacy knob, so, though it locks from both sides, it can be opened easily from either side ;) not good.
Maz
· October 1, 2020
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No will fit doors 60-70mm only
carlos desousa
· October 2, 2021
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Should wirk just fine for your applucation, I had to chisel out the dead bolt hole slightly on my doorframe is all, installation easy enough!
Cynthia Gillies
· April 12, 2022
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YES
Cynthia Gillies
· April 12, 2022
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An "entry* knob requires a key to open a locking cylinder. A" privacy" knob does not require a key, but is able to lock with a switch on one side. An example of a privacy knob can be seen in a residential bathroom. An example of an entry knob can be seen on the entrance of a residence.
Dress to depress
· February 7, 2022