Little Grip, Edge Pull in Assorted Finishes & Sizes
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Our Little Grip Edge Pull is inspired by his big brother, Grip Edge Pull.
Little Grip also adds a touch of modern sophistication to your contemporary design project. The solid brass construction has an incredible weight in the hand, ensuring it will be long-lasting, and functional. Available in many in-stock finishes and also available in custom finishes (with a longer lead time).
This product is not available in brick and mortar retail stores.
So what's the difference between Grip and Little Grip?
Grip wraps around to attach at the back of the cabinet door or drawer, while Little Grip attaches to the top of the cabinet door or drawer. Very similar function, slightly different installation method and cost.
High use areas
Kitchens, bathrooms, furniture
Handmade of solid brass, electroplated in the finish of your choice
When you purchase 2 or more of this piece, each piece is discounted by $5
Savings applied at checkout
Polished Brass (lacquered)
Satin Brass (lacquered)
Oil Rubbed Bronze
Unlacquered Brass, Polished Copper, Satin Copper, Gold, and Pewter
Available upon request
Typical production lead times are 4-6 weeks
Please contact us for an up-to-date lead time and price
Projection: 1 1/2" Height: 1/2" (front edge lip)
Length: Available in 1", 2", 3", 4", 5"
Important installation note:
The pull attaches to the top or edge of the cabinet door or drawer front
2 cabinet screws
1 cabinet pull
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For new installations,pre-drilling holes is required. Important Note:If you do not pre-drill holes, you risk the screws snapping inside the cabinet. Inspire Hardware is not responsible for any installation issues if these installation instructions are not followed.
Place the edge pull on the cabinet where you would like to install them.
Once you’re happy with placement, from the top of the cabinet door or drawer, use a pencil to mark the screw holes.If you don’t want to mark up your cabinet, you can use a piece of painter’s tape in the area where the screw holes will go, and make the marks on the painter’s tape.
Take your drill and 3/16” drill bit, and set the bit to the depth of the screws provided.
Use the drill to pre-drill holes into the top of the cabinet, taking care to ensure the drill is perpendicular to the top edge of the cabinet.
Once the pilot holes are drilled in the correct spots, place the pull in the correct spot with the holes aligned.
Use a screwdriver to tighten the screws into the cabinet.If using a drill for the step, there are risks to stripping the screws or snapping them in the cabinet, therefore it is recommended to use a screwdriver.