Swinging Door Hinge - Offset Expandable Door Hinges

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Features

Mabis DMI Swinging Door Hinge - Offset Expandable Door Hinges

  • Adds 2" to any doorway opening
  • Allows barrier free access for most wheelchairs
  • Easily installed, uses same screws and holes
  • Ideal for narrow bathroom doors

Product Overview

Mabis DMI Swinging Door Hinge - Offset Expandable Door Hinges

Swinging Door Hinge - Offset Door Hinges


Allegro Medical presents the Offset Expandable Door Hinges available now in three different finishes to match your home including Brass, Black or Nickel! The offset door hinges fit 3-hole side measurements of 2" x 3.5" and they widen Your Doorways by 2" swinging the door completely clear of the opening. These offset hinges offer the extra 2" in doorways for clearance of wheelchairs and walkers. The Swinging Door Hinge allows you to use existing hinge holes and screws.



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Mabis DMI Swinging Door Hinge - Offset Expandable Door Hinges

640-2006-0000 - Brass Finish - $13.99

640-2006-1000 - Black Finish - $16.03

640-2006-2000 - Satin Nickel - $19.07



Swinging Door Hinge - Offset Expandable Door Hinges Reviews Summary

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82 out of 84 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Easy to install (30)
Sturdy (29)
Heavy Duty (29)
Attractive Design (22)
Safe (20)
Top Cons

Difficult To Install (6)
none (3)
Offer gold or silver (1)
Need better instructions (1)
No cons to list (1)
Top Best Uses

Interior Doors (42)
Elderly (12)
Exterior Doors (8)
Following Surgery (5)
WHEELCHAIR ACCESS (2)
1-5 of 84 reviews
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Swinging Door Hinge

Pros:
Sturdy. Heavy Duty.
Best Uses:
Interior Doors.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver. Medical Professional.

Great Product

by Bill from Clearwater, Fl
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
flush coors

Pros:
Sturdy. Safe. Attractive Design.
Best Uses:
Elderly. Interior Doors. Following Surgery.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver.

These door hinges were suggested by a health care professional who came to evaluate our home and my husband's access to different rooms as he is now in a wheelchair. I went on YouTube to see what they should like in the end. That helped. Then I installed them myself. Having the word 'door' stamped on one of the hinges made it easier, but I think that directions including pictures would have been even better. Once I got the hang of it, I installed all 3 sets in no time. I placed a wooden board and cookbooks under each door to get the right height during installation. That is key, or else the door won't close properly. I absolutely recommend this product to anyone who needs to widen their doors a bit. It's a great product!

by Pinkpixie173 from San Jacinto, CA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
very easy to install

Pros:
Heavy Duty. Attractive Design.
Best Uses:
Interior Doors.
Describe Yourself:
Avid Do-It-Yourselfer.

It took me a very short time to install.

by Rooster from CT.
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
Excellent problem solver

Pros:
Heavy Duty.
Best Uses:
Interior Doors.
Describe Yourself:
Wheelchair User.

Very helpful, saves the knuckles

by Shorty from Ca
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
These make entering rooms MUCH easier! Verified Purchaser


I use a walker that is too wide to pass effortlessly through many doorways. My husband has replaced the hinges on three doors with these. They are fantastic. I no longer have to fight to get into those rooms.

by Living with Parkinson's from Clinton, MS
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
1-5 of 84 reviews
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Do they come in different sizes? I want them for my bathroom door. Can you e-mail me installation instructions? I don't really understand how they're installed.
Asked on Sep 23, 2013 11:58:43 AM by Susan from New Haven, CT
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These do not come in different sizes. So, you may have to chisel out a tiny bit of door casing to make them fit... or just the opposite, you may have slightly too much door casing already chiseled out for the hinges you already have in place. The only unfortunate thing is that the hinge pins on these do NOT come out, so installation takes a bit longer than installing a normal hinge because you must set your unattached door on something of the exact height (spare wood, papers, whatever) to get everything to line up properly. It took me approx. 45 mins to do each interior door, and about an hour to do exterior doors (each). If you have never done this, I recommend hiring someone that specifically knows how to install and adjust doors as the smallest bit being off means the doors doesn't latch or seal properly.
Answered on Jan 6, 2014 9:40:14 AM by Mike from Maryland
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Once you remove the existing hinges it will be easier to see how the new ones will work. If you hold one on the door post and move it you should be able to tell which way you need it to be installed.
Answered on Jan 6, 2014 11:00:11 AM by bnm from California
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I don't know about sizes. When we removed the old hinges, these fit perfectly. The only instructions were on the box. It took about 5 minutes to install, and they work really well. Very sturdy. From the box: 1 Remove existing hinges from door jamb and door. SAVE THE SCREWS. Attach the door hinge to the door by placing the part with the DOOR stamp onto the door. Use the same screws removed in Step 1, and screw into existing holes. Repeat this step to attach second hinge. 3. Attach the other side of the door hinge to the door jamb (counter sunk holes facing you). Use the screws removed Step 1 and screw into existing holes. Repeat this step to attach second hinge. Toll-Free Customer Care Help Line 1-800-622-4714
Answered on Jan 8, 2014 5:51:54 PM by Swanny2you from So. Calif.
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Are these hinges left/right hinges. The picture shows the door opening to the left. Do we need to flip the pin of the hinge to fit door opening to the right? It seems to be the only way to get the correct side on the door, and the hinge pin upright.
Asked on Oct 22, 2011 7:03:56 PM by newtothis from northern california
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these hindges work either way,
Answered on Dec 17, 2012 6:58:08 PM by oldrndirt72 from oklahoma
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drive the pin(s) out and re-insert. If you want loose -pin hinges grind off the knurling or replace with any old 3 1/2 in. pin.
Answered on Feb 26, 2013 8:05:42 PM by umpah from ri
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the hinges you have for sale have a brass finish. do you also sell the chrome(?) that would match our existing door hardware.
Asked on Sep 30, 2011 12:35:13 PM by Lynn from florida
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The product description says "Allegro Medical presents the Offset Expandable Door Hinges available now in three different finishes to match your home including Brass, Black or Nickel!" So no, they do not come in chrome, but they do come in Nickel.
Answered on Dec 30, 2013 6:31:48 PM by JollyGollyGee from SE
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work on either side does not matter
Answered on Jan 6, 2014 8:01:03 AM by jim from Spring, Tex
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The "satin nickel" will be the one to match chrome finishes.
Answered on Jan 8, 2014 5:38:35 PM by Swanny2you from So. Calif.
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Part Number(s): 141 0320, 141 0147, 141 0321

Mfg Part Number(s): 640-2006-0000, 640-2006-1000, 640-2006-2000