Turnbuttons all operate in the same way: the button is passed through the eyelet and quarter turned to lock in place. Another quarter turn releases the turnbutton.

The eyelets are always fixed by prongs that are inserted through a washer on the other side of the material.

The turnbuttons themselves are offered in a selection of designs to suit your application: integral screw-fixing; two holes for fixing by screws; two prongs to be fixed onto a clinch plate.

Common Sense Turnbuttons - Screw Fixing Stud

These Screw Fixing Turnbuttons are positive locking fasteners enabling the stud button to be held in position by a spring until turned by hand, preventing accidental opening. These Turnbuttons are ideal for boat and vehicle covers, blinds, bags and leather goods.

Typical applications include marine equipment, boat c  [....]

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Common Sense Turnbuttons - Two-Hole Fixing

These Turnbuttons have two fixing holes to ensure firm assembly. They provide positive locking which enables the stud button to be held in position by a spring until turned by hand, preventing accidental opening.

Typical applications include marine equipment, boat covers and car hoods, luggage and military equipme  [....]

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Common Sense Turnbuttons - Two-Prong Stud

Ideal for boat and vehicle covers, blinds, bags and leather goods, these Two-Pronged Turnbuttons are positive locking fasteners enabling the stud button to be held in position by a spring until turned by hand, preventing accidental opening.

Typical applications include marine equipment, boat covers and car hoods, l  [....]

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