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This product made me feel like a God. After years of struggling with mollys and other wall hangers only to have my towel hanger come loose again and again, I finally pulled be out the big guns. Never been so proud of the quality of my work after 5 minutes of effort. This product is truly a gift from the Gods
Wow!!! These toggle anchors are fabulous! So easy to install. After struggling to install regular toggle bolts I decided to try these for the remainder of my project. Boy, am I glad I did! These were so easy to use! I had the rest of the bolts installed in less time than it took me to install one of the original toggle bolts. I will never use the others again! My only suggestion would be a sheet of directions instead of the fine print on the side of the box.
After reading the instruction and spending so time thinking about what they said (not much in words as the instructions consist mostly of pictures), I did my first job. About a factor of four quicker than toggle bolts, and much neater and stronger. No problems with breakage as it was clear that the long threaded tang would have to be brittle in order to break it off with your fingers (as shown in the instructions}. I was careful to push the toggle in with one hand pulling the tang straight out as the other pushed the plug/retainer in. Note that the plug retainer does not have to be tight, just snug against the wall.
Very easy to use. We used for bathroom fixtures that came with subpar plastic anchors that did nothing to hold the fixtures in place. Used a 1/2” hole bit which seemed too big but worked perfectly. The plastic was super easy to snap once you zipped it up against the wall. Our fixtures are super sturdy now. I would highly recommend these.
Stop fiddling around with cheap plastic drywall anchors. It is just going to rip out and make a mess. If you are going to use a drywall anchor, this is the one to use. It comes with a ratcheting plastic guide that will keep the toggle in place until it is time to mount. Ratchet it down, cut the excess off, send the bolt in, and then you are done.
These do require a hole that is quite a bit bigger than the bolt, but that is to be expected. If these fail, you are going to need to rip out the drywall and put in a backer stud anyway.
Not sure what other people are talking about. I needed 4 and only used 4. None broke prematurely and all did a great job to mount my new TV to the wall. Obviously know that the plastic piece is supposed to break off easily, so just be careful when pushing through the wall and pulling to engage the toggle. If you aren't careful I'm sure you could snap it off by mistake.
Had a TV ceiling mounted and the old mount broke. Found it to have been hung with basic wall hangers. Bought these to replace the basic hangers and help spread the weight out a bit. Easy to use, instructions were ok, and the fit with the stand is solid with no movement at all once tightened down.