Ball catches are a great alternative to magnetic catches when a more secure, positive hold is desired. They are also ideal for longer cabinet doors, where a ball catch at both ends will nicely conceal any slight twist in the door. This catch features a strong, smooth action and easy side-mount installation…
…for an unobtrusive look. Ideal for smaller doors and cabinets where a full-sized magnetic catch would stand out too much and/or provide too much resistance when opening doors. The Narrow Magnetic Catch is made of high impact plastic with a self-aligning magnet assembly. 1/2"H x 3/4"W x 1-7/8"L.
Bullet catches feature spring-loaded positive closing action to keep cabinet doors securely closed. Installation is quick and easy. Packs include strikes and catches.
Turn a cabinet door catch into a touch latch without magnets. Light pressure releases and engages latch.
…Automatic Spring Catch! A gentle push activates the release, allowing the door to open. Perfect for keeping pets out of cabinets as well as, from what our customers tell us, keeping doors shut even during an earthquake! Easy to install and affordable, the perfect addition to any cabinet door and they make…
Great for RV and other mobile cabinet applications! Simple to install, easy to use. Plastic strike is captured by receiving sleeve and holds the door firmly in place, even when being jostled.
…solid brass and polished to a high luster, these surface-mounted turn catches are the perfect choice for period cabinets and furniture. Catches come with mounting screws and can be use for right-hand, left-hand or double cabinet doors.
…security device is one-of-a-kind with powerful magnetic locks that can attach to wood, glass, metal, and particleboard cabinets for a guaranteed safeguard from curious little hands. To open the cabinet, simply hold the magnetic key against the cabinet door to disengage the lock. The Tot-Lock also features…
The Elbow Catch is an economical option for securing one door to the cabinet in double door applications. Made of brass plated steel.