SCHLAGE FE285 CAM 622 GEO Camelot Trim Lower Half Front Entry Handleset with Georgian Knob, Matte Black

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Combine with an electronic deadbolt for a complete front entry set Perfect for use with 1-5/8 in. To 1-3/8 in. Exterior front doors Adjustable through bolt can move up and down 1-1/2 in. To fit a variety of pre-existing holes Easy installation with Phillips screwdriver
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Schlage handlesets

Your front door is more than just an entrance, it’s also a showpiece – one of the first things a guest sees. Schlage offers a wide variety of designs and finishes, from angular to flowing, classic to contemporary, all designed to ensure that your front door is the perfect introduction to your home.

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Security and durability

  • Highest residential security and durability rating
  • Premium metal construction

Easy installation

  • Installs in minutes with only a screwdriver
  • Fits on all standard doors

The perfect pairing

  • F60 includes grip and mechanical deadbolt for complete Front Entry Set
  • F285 is designed to pair with a Schlage Electronic Deadbolt for complete Front Entry Set


Addison

Camelot

Century

F60 Addison

F60 Camelot

F60 Century
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Plymouth

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F60 Greenwich

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Camelot

Century

Plymouth

FE285 Camelot

FE285 Century

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Manufacturer

‎Schlage

Part Number

‎FE285 CAM 622 GEO

Item Weight

‎3.5 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎3 x 3 x 12.5 inches

Country of Origin

‎Mexico

Item model number

‎FE285 CAM 622 GEO

Size

‎Standard Interior Trim

Color

‎Matte Black

Style

‎Georgian Knob

Finish

‎Matte

Pattern

‎Standard Interior Trim

Item Package Quantity

‎1

Included Components

‎Installation Instructions, Hardware, Handle set

Batteries Required?

‎No

ASIN

B01CQGT7VI

UNSPSC Code

31162801

Customer Reviews

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Best Sellers Rank

#3,081 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #6 in Door Handle Sets

Date First Available

March 9, 2016

9 reviews for SCHLAGE FE285 CAM 622 GEO Camelot Trim Lower Half Front Entry Handleset with Georgian Knob, Matte Black

  1. Craig TaylorCraig Taylor

    Looks amazing and much easier to install than expected. The Schlage iPhone app is easy to use once it’s all setup.I thought I would have trouble drilling a hole through my door but measuring a few times and drilling once worked out for me. The adjustable sliding bolt piece on the door knob portion that goes through the hole you drill gives you some leeway if it’s not in the perfect place.I will say this however, pairing the unit with Wi-Fi took was the most frustrating part. It took way longer than expected because the Schlage iPhone app would find the lock but not the network. Found some YouTube video explaining the issue that helped me through it. I would deduct half a star for that. I have a lot of different hubs for various automated devices and they were a breeze to pair to Wi-Fi compared to this. Hopefully you don’t have to deal with this issue at all.

  2. HTDHTD

    I really didn’t know anything about lockset’s so how could this be worth nearly double the Amazon Basics? Well once I received both you could feel and see why. It’s solid, it’s heavy and it’s big. I kept this one because it’s the first thing you notice and feel when you enter a home and it says quality… in big bold letters. It feels right, does that make sense? It’s the right size, it get’s cold in the winter and stays cool in the summer, it feels solid and heavy. Combined with the Schlage Zigbee Smart deadbolt and it’s everything you could ask for in a modern lock. Lighted keypad, remote access, Alexa integration and #1 it looks great. So, if you’re looking for a lockset that is quality vs. value this is it.

  3. S. Brown

    I recently upgraded my front door lock with one of the new Schlage electronic locks. I wanted the bottom handle to match the electronic lock, but I didn’t want a lever handle inside. I have a modest house, and while the outside lever-handle adds to the aesthetic value. I didn’t want the lever handle inside because it’s a bit too pretentious for a single door. I just wanted a plain ole door knob. This lock absolutely meets those needs. It’s sturdy and the polished finish holds up well. I paid a Lock Smith to install this, so I cannot speak to the difficulty or ease of installation, but I do feel it was worth the money; though, it is pricey.

  4. B. Wang

    This is for our entry door. We bought this to replace a keyed lockset maybe 40 years old. We have never used the key feature since we have a deadbolt. At the same time we replaced the old deadbolt with the Schlage BE365 CAM 505 in the same finish. The handle feels very solid and the latch works smoothly. Installation was straightforward except you have to be careful when drilling holes to assure that the handle is vertical. Vertical spacing is easy. You attach the bottom of the handle with a screw from the inside. This screw threads into a small plate that slides up and down a reasonable amount, so you don’t need to have the perfectly correct spacing between the hole for the latch and the lower handle connection. You will need a 2-1/8 in diameter hole for the latch assembly. Since my door had the common 1-7/8 hole, I had to enlarge the hole with a hole saw. I made pre-drilled guides out of thin pieces of paneling wood to keep the hole saw steady while widening the old hole. A paper template is provided, but I didn’t use it because of some unusual features of my door. I think most would find it helpful. Unless you are unusually strong, you will still need the pre-cut guide to keep the hole saw from “walking” during drilling. I used a couple of “C” clamps to keep the wooden guide from shifting. The finished product looks and feels first class.

  5. Tom T

    The Camelot Front Entry Handle is great. It really looks good and it was easy to install. I already had a handle on the door and was just replacing the old one. I didn’t even have to look at the directions for installation since it was all so straight forward. My old handle did have a different length handle than the Camelot and a different size hole for the bottom of the handle. I enlarged the bottom hole, and with the adjustable handle length feature on the Camelot, it fit perfectly. The adjustable handle length is a great feature, it saves a lot of time and work.I already had a keypad locking mechanism for the door so I only needed the handle.The Camelot also came with 3 different frame plates so it was simple to match up the one that would fit into the old position on the door frame. It took about 10 minutes to install the new handle after a few minutes to remove the old one. If you are installing a handle in a new door, I suggest following the directions precisely, since there will be a bit of drilling and positioning that needs to be done accurately. This is a very nice handle and I recommend it.

  6. Old Coast CustomerOld Coast Customer

    This Schlage Lock Company Camelot Front Entry Handle Accent Right-Handed Interior Lever (Bright Brass) looks very high end and was an easy change out. It took me about one hour total time. I read the directions. I made sure I had all the parts and my tools, (about 20 minutes). I then began the task and removed my 2004-era door knob and replaced with the very hefty Schlage Entry Handle. Removal and replacement took me (about 40 minutes). I took photos of the outside front door and the interior front door. I wanted the lever inside as it is so much easier to use than trying to twist a knob. Hint: Make sure you have the “handed” side correct when you order. They are made for one or the other separately. I also have purchased the Schlage Camelot Deadbolt and keyed levers for my other exterior doors to have all the matching hardware for a nice finished look all around my home. I had to pay attention when ordering to make sure that I got everything “Camelot” to have coordinating finished products. See my pictures. I am very pleased with the ease of use of this Schlage Entry Handle.

  7. XPLSV

    I saw this handle as part of a set at Home Depot and immediately liked it. However, I wanted a digital keyed deadbolt and ended up having to order through Amazon to get exactly what I wanted. The deadbolt is the Schlage BE365 CAM 609 Camelot Keypad Deadbolt, Antique Brass. The antique brass finish on this lock is not available on all Schlage products, which is a shame, because I find it to be one of their more attractive finishes, especially when paired against a woodgrain door.I installed this on a newly installed prehung front door. The prehung door came with cutouts and I made some small adjustments in the jamb to ensure the latching mechanism occupied smoothly. The directions and cutout frame were of good quality. I had one small moment where I did not completely understand the template markings as provided: the lower door drill marking on the template is actually adjustable and the attaching bolt in the door handle can slide up and down roughly 3/4 of an inch to accommodate any door peculiarities. I had initially drilled the hold at the top most marking, which I assumed was the proper marking after checking out the door handle against my door. After drilling, it appeared I was off–which I did not understand. It was off because the sliding bolt in the bottom of the handle had moved. In short, with my door, I could have drilled at the top or the bottom of that lower template marking and anywhere in-between. This door handle does not have a lock as part of it and you will need a deadbolt to secure your door. Additionally, the lever handle comes in either the “left hand door” and the “right hand door” options: know which one you need before you place your order so you do not end up with the inner handle pointing in the wrong direction! There is also a similar Camelot model that comes with the inner door knob, as opposed to the lever.

  8. Dickens

    I’m very pleased with this! I replaced a Kwikset handle (with built-in lock) with this Schlage handle (without built-in lock) on my main house entry door. It looks so much classier than the Kwikset. The Kwikset was “accidentally” locking me out due to a faulty latch mechanism (not user error). I also addded a separate “Defiant” brand deadbolt from the big box store.I won’t be buying Kwikset any more for several reasons, sjuch as.1) it kept locking me out.2) the $30 price of the Kwikset deadbolt (compared to the $10 Defiant) is triple.3) the Kwikset locks now all have the gimmicky “Smartkey” mechanism which is to be avoided as (a) it costs triple (b) your average locksmith can’t pick it! If you get locked out it will be costly. They will drill the lock out which will cost you a lot more of their time PLUS you will need to go buy a new lock while they are drilling (c) according to the Youtube videos, any thief can crack Smartkey with a special tool in 3 seconds flat. Yes I know, why didn’t the locksmith know that? Because, they are busy drilling! Go figure.

  9. Faith MendelsonFaith Mendelson

    We had a very similar door handle to this one on our door that was installed by the builder of our home about eight years ago. I always thought it was a nice handle but we face west and the Texas sun had done a number on the finish on the metal so we decided to replace it. The difference between the one the builder used and this one is night and day. This handle just feels so much more durable and heavy duty.I didn’t install this handle but I usually use the amount of swear words my husband uses on a home improvement project as a benchmark for difficulty of installation and there were none on this project. So winning? We’ve had it installed for about a month now and no complaints.

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