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Baldwin Handleset Type

Baldwin Tubular Handlesets
Tubular Handlesets

Tubular style handlesets are the the most common style of lock found in homes today. It has excellent security for most applications and is typically very easy to install. Available in single and double cylinder as well as dummy functions.

Baldwin Mortise Handlesets
Mortise Handlesets

Mortise style handlesets are the most secure form of handleset due to the size of the mortise lock body. These types of locks require special door preparation and are much more difficult to install. Available in single and double cylinder as well as dummy functions.

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Baldwin Handleset Functions

Single Cylinder
Baldwin Single Cylinder Handleset
  • Locked/Unlocked via a key on the exterior and locked/unlocked via thumbturn on interior
  • Commonly used on:
  • Exterior Front Doors
Dummy Set
Baldwin Dummy Handleset
  • Non functioning handleset with no locking/unlocking mechanism. Used as decorative pull only.
  • Commonly used on:
  • Inactive Side to a double door entry.
Electronic
Baldwin Electronic Handleset
  • Entry by key or by entering code on keypad. Most convenient option due to not requiring keys.
  • Commonly used on:
  • Front Entry Doors
Double Cylinder
Baldwin Double Cylinder Handleset
  • Locked/Unlocked via a key on exterior and interior. Due to requiring key to unlock on interior and potential safety hazzard, this is not recommended for most installations.
  • Commonly used on:
  • Doors where there is glass within arm distance of door lock.
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Baldwin Handleset Functions

Single Cylinder
Baldwin Single Cylinder Handleset
  • Locked/Unlocked via a key on the exterior and locked/unlocked via thumbturn on interior
  • Commonly used on:
  • Exterior Front Doors
Dummy Set
Baldwin Dummy Handleset
  • Non functioning handleset with no locking/unlocking mechanism. Used as decorative pull only.
  • Commonly used on:
  • Inactive Side to a double door entry.
Electronic
Baldwin Electronic Handleset
  • Entry by key or by entering code on keypad. Most convenient option due to not requiring keys.
  • Commonly used on:
  • Front Entry Doors
Double Cylinder
Baldwin Double Cylinder Handleset
  • Locked/Unlocked via a key on exterior and interior. Due to requiring key to unlock on interior and potential safety hazzard, this is not recommended for most installations.
  • Commonly used on:
  • Doors where there is glass within arm distance of door lock.
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Baldwin Collections

Baldwin Prestige Collection

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  • Price point: $
  • Finishes: 3
  • Material: Brass Handles
  • Cylinder: SmartKey
  • Concealed Screws: No
  • 28° Latch: No
  • Configurability: No
Baldwin Reserve Collection

Better


  • Price point: $$
  • Finishes: 8
  • Material: Forged Brass Knobs, Levers, Handles
  • Cylinder: C or SmartKey
  • Concealed Screws: No
  • 28° Latch: No
  • Configurability: Mix & Match
Baldwin Estate Collection

Best


  • Price point: $$$
  • Finishes: 22
  • Material: Solid Forged Brass
  • Cylinder: C
  • Concealed Screws: Yes
  • 28° Latch: Yes
  • Configurability: Endless Possibilies
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Baldwin Series

Within each collection, Baldwin has a number of product series. Each series represents a particular style of product and many times crossover to all product types (Handlesets, levers, knobs, etc). This allows for matching styles throughout the house.

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Baldwin Lock Style

Baldwin Single Lock Handlesets
Single Point Handlesets

Single point handlesets have a single locking mechanism on the deadbolt. These are the most common form of handleset and offer great security even with a single locking point.

Baldwin Two Lock Handlesets
Two Point Handlesets

Two point handlesets have 2 locking mechanisms, one on the deadbolt and one on the lower deadlatch. These aren't as common but offer addisional security with the 2 locking points.

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Baldwin Finishes

Baldwin Lifetime Polished Brass Finish
Lifetime Polished Brass
Baldwin Polished Brass Finish
Polished Brass
Baldwin Non-Lacquered Brass
Non-Lacquered Brass
Baldwin Vintage Brass
Vintage Brass
Baldwin Lacquered Vintage Brass
Lacquered Vintage Brass
Baldwin Satin Brass
Satin Brass
Baldwin Matte Brass and Black
Matte Brass & Black
Baldwin Satin Brass and Black
Satin Brass & Black
Baldwin Satin Brass and Brown
Satin Brass & Brown
Baldwin Lifetime Polished Nickel
Lifetime Polished Nickel
Baldwin Lifetime Satin Nickel
Lifetime Satin Nickel
Baldwin Oil Rubbed Bronze
Oil Rubbed Bronze
Baldwin Satin Brass and Black
Venetian Bronze
Baldwin Polished Nickel
Polished Nickel
Baldwin Satin Nickel
Satin Nickel
Baldwin Antique Nickel
Antique Nickel
Baldwin Matte Antique Nickel
Matte Antique Nickel
Baldwin Satin Black
Satin Black
Baldwin Polished Chrome
Polished Chrome
Baldwin Lifetime Polished Nickel
Satin Chrome
Baldwin Distressed Oil Rubbed Bronze
Distressed Oil Rubbed Bronze
Baldwin Distressed Venetian Bronze
Distressed Venetian Bronze
Baldwin Distressed Antique Nickel
Distressed Antique Nickel
Baldwin Dark Bronze
Dark Bronze
Baldwin White Bronze
White Bronze

Baldwin finish selections vary by collection. Not all products are available in above finishes.

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Baldwin Mounting Type

Sectional
Baldwin Sectional Handlesets
One Piece
Baldwin One Piece Handlesets
Full Plate
Baldwin Full Plate Handlesets
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Concealed Screws

Concealed Screws

On many knobs and levers, the screws that mount the hardware on the door are visible on the interior. Concealed Screws means that these screws are hidden behind the rosette, providing a cleaner more decorative look to your door hardware.

SmartKey
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SmartKey Technology

Kwikset SmartKey
SmartKey Step 1
  • Insert original functioning key.
  • Turn 1/4 turn clockwise.
SmartKey Step 2
  • Insert and remove SmartKey learning tool.
  • Remove functioning key.
SmartKey Step 3
  • Insert a new key.
  • Turn 1/2 turn counter-clockwise.
  • Done. Your lock is now re-keyed!
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Baldwin Themes

Baldwin offers a wide variety of hardware styles to match any home's decor. Pictured below are some of the more popular styles.

Traditional/Classic
Baldwin Traditional
Transitional
Baldwin Transitional
Contemporary/Modern
Baldwin Contemporary
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Door Thickness

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Most interior doors are 1-3/8 inches thick, while most exterior doors measure 1-3/4 inches. If your door is thicker than this, you may need an additional component known as a 'thick door kit.'

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Backset

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The backset describes the length of the latch itself. To determine this, place your measuring instrument at the edge of the door and measure out to the center of the borehole drilled in your door.

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Cross Bore

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Cross bore measurement can be determined by measuring the diameter of your bore hole. The most common cross bore measurement is 2-1/8".

Handing
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Handing

Handing is a term used to describe which way a door handle turns. To determine the handing of a door, stand on the outside of the room you are going to enter. For example, if you are entering your house, stand outside the house entirely; if you are considering your bathroom door, stand in the room that connects to the bathroom. Face the door. Notice which side the hinges are on.

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Door Swings Inward
  • Left handing - The hinges are on the left
  • Right handing - The hinges are on the right
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    Door Swings Outward
  • Left hand reverse - The hinges are on the left
  • Right hand reverse - The hinges are on the right
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    ADA Compliant

    ADA Compliant
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    Handles, pulls, latches, locks, and other operating devices on accessible doors shall have a shape that is easy to grasp with one hand and does not require tight grasping, tight pinching, or twisting of the wrist to operate. Lever-operated mechanisms, push-type mechanisms, and U-shaped handles are acceptable designs. When sliding doors are fully open, operating hardware shall be exposed and usable from both sides. Hardware required for accessible door passage shall be mounted no higher than 48 in (1220 mm) above finished floor.


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