We suggest that you first select a spring on the basis of the number of turns. Most springs have either 2 turns or 2+1/2 turns but there are also 2+1/4, 2+3/8 and 2+5/8 turn coils. After choosing the number of turns then choose the thickness. A spring which is too thick may make it difficult to replace the circlip and may cause the handle to stick. A spring which is too thin will give excess play, giving the handle a loose feel. Our guide to choosing the correct door handle spring shows how you can select the correct thickness of spring by comparing your broken spring with a 2p piece, £1 coin or £2 coin. After choosing the thickness please select the appropriate sub-category on the left to narrow your search (or if reading this on a mobile click the 'Filters' button below).
Our range of flat wire door handle springs are not handed (the same spring can be used for either a right hand or a left hand handle). You may find our guide on How to Fix a Door Handle useful.