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I bought it used. The description said it was in good condition. When I received the product it had a few scratches on it. I considered sending it back, but installed it anyway, to see how noticeable the scratches were. Once installed, the scratches were not noticeable unless you're really looking for them.
I purchased a non locking 'sample' lever (to see if I liked it or not) from HD since all the non locking levers are actually less expensive there whereas the privacy ones are cheaper on Amazon. Go figure. I'm not sure what brainiac developed the 'bulk' purchase prices here on Amazon, but they need to return to 4th grade math class. I ended up loving these and purchasing multiple 'single' locksets as it's the most economical way. Back to the review... I purchased the same Milan exterior lockset by Kwikset and was underwhelmed because it had too much slop in the handle. I kept it but wasn't overly impressed. The interior handles are different I'm happy to report. Previously I purchased an entire house worth of more expensive Emtek Stuttgart levers a few years ago for old house. I loved the solid feel of them and the style. I'm running out of money here and wanted a less expensive option but still the same style. These are rather amazing; and if you didn't tell me, I wouldn't have known the difference betweent the two manufacturers. These are HALF the cost of Emtek and still very modern looking and solid. There are two visible screws on the back but Emtek has those too. It requires about a 50-60 degree turn to open door and not the entire 90 degrees I was fearing. I'm glad the mainstream manufacturers are getting hip with style. These are a great find at a reasonable cost. One recommendation would be to purchase the round rosette or backplate or whatever you want to call it. That's because the square ones inevitably become loose through usage and then are out of square and lopsided looking. The round one will just rotate and never look lopsided which means no future adjustments or scratching your paint on the door.