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Small Nickel Turn Lock For handbags and Briefcases.


Nickel Turn Lock


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Product Code: OHP2600

This replacement Turn Lock is quite common in flap over handbags. It is nickel coloured and the approximate dimensions are 26mm x 17mm. Supplied with screw on backplate.

This range of replacement parts is useful for practically minded people, who have a broken handbag or briefcase they do not want to part with and who do not have a saddler or luggage repairer in their neighbourhood.
Price: £6.62 (£5.52 ex VAT) 7.30 USD US Dollars, 6.19 EUR Euros, 822.31 JPY Japan Yen
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Nickel Turn Lock


Nickel Turn Lock OHP2600

Nickel Turn Lock


Turn Lock OHP2600

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Replacing A Handbag Turnclasp

Step 1 Check that the back plate is compatible with the existing front plate.
Step 2 We would unstitch a seam and fix the plate but you might find it easier to cut the lining. This can be very neat if executed correctly.
Step 3 Once you have made a neat cut inside the lining, you will probably see the patch that covers the back of the catch, peel this off.
Step 4 The next step is to lift the legs of the broken clasp (sometimes there are screws instead. Take the backplate off and release the broken clasp.
Step 4 Once the old clasp is off, offer the new one up and mark the holes required for the spikes on the front panel. If you are happy with the position, make the holes (I use a small blade) and push the new clasp on.
Step 4 Put the backplate on (I have pushed the spikes right through the lining and held it all in place with the back plate but its your choice) and bend the spikes over, to trap the backplate (and possibly lining) in position.
Step 4 Patch the backplate with a piece of material or stitch it up (I have had great results with some thin leather and double sided tape on the backplate). Finished