Sealand 385310067 latch kit -bone

SeaLand / Dometic 385310067 960 Series Latch Kit- Bone Color

SKU 385310067
Weight 1.00 LBS
Height 6.00
Width 6.00
Depth 6.00

SeaLand / Dometic (385310067) Sani Potti Hold Down Latch Kit - Bone Color.

Product Reviews

Score: 5 out of 5 (based on 6 ratings)
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Disapointed Canadian
Written by Rick Knott on 20th Jun 2016

The latch kit arrived today June 20 2016 along with bellows order # 3836 to ont. Canada..$20.00 worth of parts..cost me 180.00 dollars Canadian..and I only got one me a kit means all the latches required to hold toilet down..nothing wrong with parts just not enough...the shipping companys should be ashamed at the price it cost me to get $20.00 woth of parts..very upset.

good product
Written by . on 21st May 2015

Good product , fit was correct and the unit arrived very quick I was disappointed with the price

Exactly what I needed, but overpriced
Written by undefined on 12th Aug 2014

Product is exactly as advertised and just what I needed. Arrived quickly. However, found identical product in a local store for $4.99 a few days after buying it online from Ardemco for $10.49 plus $9 S&H (a bit much for such a small part). Ouch. Ardemco did what they said what they would do and did it well. My only regret is the price. Look around locally before buying this product online. Wish I had.

great product
Written by Randy B. on 17th Apr 2014

good product, super fast delivery.

Easy installation; perfect fit
Written by undefined on 20th Jan 2014

I bought these brackets for a 12-year-old Sealand toilet, at the same time that I replaced the bowl-to-base latches, which had broken. Both were easy to install and work perfectly. For the first time, my old toilet is properly secured to the cabin floor and doesn't slide around when my sailboat heels.

Quick shipping; exact match; quick install; works great
Written by undefined on 20th Jan 2014

My headline says it all -- the brackets were an exact match to my 12-year-old toilet. They installed in 1 minute by simply sliding in place. My toilet bowl was leaking because the hold-down brackets had cracked, and were not sealing the bowl to the base properly. It no longer leaks now that I have a good tight seal again.