Picture this: You come home from the store and are juggling purchases, your purse, the diaper bag, and the baby. Then, on top of all of that you have to figure out how to open the door from the garage to the house. You can put down the packages to turn the doorknob, but is there a better way?

Since the U.S. patent for the doorknob was awarded in 1878, there hasn’t been a lot of advancement in doorknobs. Then came the Brinks Home Security Push, Pull, Rotate doorknob.

These doorknobs are really simple to install, especially for someone like me who isn’t extremely handy. All you need is a Phillips screwdriver and 20 minutes and you should be set to go. In addition, you can rest assured that your doorknob will last for years to come as each Brinks Push-Pull-Rotate doorknob comes with a lifetime warranty for defects in material or workmanship. All Push-Pull-Rotate keyed products meet ANSI Grade 2 standards with heavy-duty construction, are pick-resistant, bump-resistant, drill-resistant, and are equipped with an anti-pry shield for the highest level of security.


Unlike some home renovation products, the Push-Pull-Rotate doorknob doesn’t sacrifice style in the name of functionality. You can purchase the doorknobs in bronze, satin nickel, and polished brass. Also, in addition to interior doorknobs, you can purchase exterior Push-Pull-Rotate doorknobs with matching deadbolts.

All of the knobs and levers feature durable, all metal construction with hidden screws for a better appearance. The locks feature classic architectural styling and larger roses to cover blemishes left on the door by an old lock. Additionally, flat areas on the surface of the knobs and levers allow for maximum comfort when pushing.

After having the opportunity to try one of these doorknobs, I think that I am getting spoiled. Whether it be carrying a basket of laundry down from the bedroom, or bringing groceries in from the car all I have to do is push the doorknob with my hip and it opens! So easy!

One thing I should mention is that although the doorknobs make opening doors easier for adults, it also makes opening doors easy for children. If you have small children, be careful installing one of these doorknobs for doors at the top of steps (example: basement stairs), outside doors (unless you keep the deadbolt locked), or to any room that might be off-limits to children.

Buy It: You can purchase The Push-Pull-Rotate knobs and levers priced from $24.97 for basic interior door knobs to $54.97 for an exterior door handle and deadbolt set from Lowe’s Home Improvement stores and on

Win It: Brinks Home Security is generously offering (1) Push Pull Rotate Residential Keyed Entry Door Knob to a lucky winner! (RV $24.97) The giveaway runs through 11:59 p.m. on December 20. Just enter through the form below!


Sharing is caring!

Similar Posts


  1. Because I’m always coming in from the car in the garage into my house and more often than not my hands are full and I have to put something down. A great invention!
    Thanks for the contest.

  2. I would love to win this as there are so many times I have two children in my arms as well a groceries and it is so hard to open the door.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.