Product ReviewsWrite Review
Thought Everyone Already knew
Posted by Unknown on Feb 24th 2018
As usual - the best hardware at the highest price. I cringe when I buy it and love it when I install it every time...
Use a jig works great!
Posted by Unknown on Sep 29th 2017
New at wood working and ask for some assistance
Posted by George Warren on Oct 20th 2016
Fine woodwork is rather new to me but I purchased two SR638 Brusso hinges and selected to install one set in a jewelry box the other in a music box but I did not want to use a jig or template but instead hand cut and fit the hinges into the box back and lid. I could not find any references for hand fitting. I could find a lot of instruction for hinge installation using a router and jig or template. Perhaps you can direct me to written or video side rail hinge installation instruction. Thank you in advance for giving my request your consideration.
Posted by don j on Oct 11th 2016
Beautiful hinges, , , really contribute to making my display cases look one heck of a bit nicer, , , , and the 95 degree stop is perfect, , , thanks for a perfect part, , ,
Posted by J. D. Stringer on Oct 3rd 2016
I make presentation pistol boxes - sometimes for pistols worth thousands of dollars and Brusso is my go-to place for hinges and hardware. These hinges are of the highest quality and easy to install. You won't go wrong with them!
Posted by John on Sep 29th 2016
I have used several Brusso hinges and I haven't found any better. Also made in the USS You get what you pay for.
Customer Service is also GREAT
Posted by Alan Woodward on Oct 8th 2015
Hey, great hinge. I have now installed 4 sets on boxes and found them initially frustrating then easier as I discovered some solutions.
Initially, the brass screws kept breaking even after using the steel screw to start the hole. I had to drill the broken threads out three times and that led to a lot of cussing. The next time I installed the hinges, I put a small amount of oil on the end of the brass screw and never had any issues again with the heads snapping off.
I had better luck mortising out the lid to 1.100" vs. 1.125". The latter dimension tended to catch and bind when the lid was closed. The former dimension provided smooth closure.