Updated August 27, 2019 by Melissa Harr

The 10 Best Sliding Glass Door Handles

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This wiki has been updated 11 times since it was first published in March of 2017. Finding the right hardware for sliding glass doors can be tricky. Not only do you have to meet the physical requirements of size and placement, but you also have to consider the aesthetics of your residence or business. We've assembled a list of handles that includes keyed and non-keyed options in a variety of shapes, styles, and colors, so there's one to suit the requirements of most entrances. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best sliding glass door handle on Amazon.

10. Prime-Line Products C 1176

9. Gordon Glass Co. Kit

8. Prime-Line Products C 1113

7. Stanley National Patio Set

6. Slide-Co Pull

5. Rockwell Sonoma

4. Slide-Co Diecast

3. Prime-Line Products C 1204

2. Slide-Co Black

1. Rockwell Charlotte

Special Honors

Autoslide Starter Kit In this day and age, why should you have to use a door handle at all? With the Autoslide Starter Kit, you don’t. Once installed, it enables you to open your sliding door with the push of a button. Then, the door closes on its own after a time delay that you program to suit your needs. autoslide.us

Editor's Notes

August 23, 2019:

Because we know that styles and preferences differ, we’ve here kept a wide range of sliding glass door handles to meet various needs. Top choices still include models from Rockwell, Prime-Line Products, and Slide-Co. We particularly like the Rockwell Charlotte thanks to simple but handsome styling as well as the fact that it’s offered in many attractive finishes. It offers a latch but no key lock; if you’re looking for the latter feature, you might consider the similar Rockwell Sonoma. As for choices with a lower profile, we added the Prime-Line Products C 1113 and Slide-Co Black. They don’t offer a particularly large grip, but they don’t attract attention and thus won’t draw focus from your stylish area rugs, light fixtures, furniture, and more.


Melissa Harr
Last updated on August 27, 2019 by Melissa Harr

Melissa Harr is a language-obsessed writer from Chicagoland who holds both a bachelor of arts and master of arts in English. Although she began as a TEFL teacher, earning several teaching certificates and working in both Russia and Vietnam, she moved into freelance writing to satisfy her passion for the written word. She has published full-length courses and books in the realm of arts & crafts and DIY; in fact, most of her non-working time is spent knitting, cleaning, or committing acts of home improvement. Along with an extensive knowledge of tools, home goods, and crafts and organizational supplies, she has ample experience (okay, an obsession) with travel gear, luggage, and the electronics that make modern life more convenient.


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