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TOGGLER SNAPTOGGLE Drywall Anchor with included bolts for 1/4-20 Fastener size; holds 265 pounds each in 1/2-in drywall each by TOGGLER (4 Pack)

  • TOGGLER SNAPTOGGLE Drywall Anchor with included bolts for 1/4-20 Fastener size; holds 265 pounds each in 1/2-in drywall each by TOGGLER (4 Pack)
  • TOGGLER SNAPTOGGLE Drywall Anchor with included bolts for 1/4-20 Fastener size; holds 265 pounds each in 1/2-in drywall each by TOGGLER (4 Pack)
  • TOGGLER SNAPTOGGLE Drywall Anchor with included bolts for 1/4-20 Fastener size; holds 265 pounds each in 1/2-in drywall each by TOGGLER (4 Pack)
  • TOGGLER SNAPTOGGLE Drywall Anchor with included bolts for 1/4-20 Fastener size; holds 265 pounds each in 1/2-in drywall each by TOGGLER (4 Pack)
  • TOGGLER SNAPTOGGLE Drywall Anchor with included bolts for 1/4-20 Fastener size; holds 265 pounds each in 1/2-in drywall each by TOGGLER (4 Pack)
  • TOGGLER SNAPTOGGLE Drywall Anchor with included bolts for 1/4-20 Fastener size; holds 265 pounds each in 1/2-in drywall each by TOGGLER (4 Pack)

TOGGLER SNAPTOGGLE Drywall Anchor with included bolts for 1/4-20 Fastener size; holds 265 pounds each in 1/2-in drywall each by TOGGLER (4 Pack)

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Delivery Time: 15-20 days
Delivery Time: 15-20 days

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Description
  • Simple to use and easy to install molly anchor kit.
  • Twice as strong as a regular toggle bolt - solid metal channel
  • Straps act as installation tool, help install metal channel behind the wall
  • Kit includes 4pc SNAPTOGGLE 1/4-20 toggle bolts (no bolts)
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Bar none the best way to anchor heavy objects to a wall or ceilingBar none, this is the best solution for anchoring something heavy into a hollow wall or ceiling. The Toggler Snaptoggle is super easy to install, very fast, and several times stronger than a traditional toggle bolt. In comparison to a plastic drywall anchor or a Molly bolt, there's no comparison at all. One thing that's particularly nice about the Toggler Snaptoggle is that the anchor, once placed, stays in place, even if the screw is removed. With a regular toggle bolt, removing the screw means starting over. I can't recommend this product more highly.5We swing the TV back and forth to face the dining room or living room with good regularity and the snaptoggles are ROCK solid for the ...Two years ago we used Snaptoggle's to hang our swing arm for our 65" LCD TV on a hollow wall above a fireplace.We swing the TV back and forth to face the dining room or living room with good regularity and the snaptoggles are ROCK solid for the application. I would never have thought you could hang a 65" TV on just a piece of drywall, and expect it to be durable, but with these toggles you absolutely can. They were extremely easy to install as well. There's no wondering if they opened, there's no butterfly toggle falling back into the wall... these just WORK and are worth the price you pay for them.Snaptoggles are what you'd call, simple, effective, elegance. Bravo!5Works great when they don't break.The product works great. The only problem is , that if you bought 10 of these things, five of them would break. I'm talking about the white plastic guide bars breaking. A few of the screws stripped the plastic when I tried to tighten them. I'm using them to hold up my 75 inch TV so they seem to work pretty good. Get a couple of extra because fifty percent of them break. The ones that don't break work pretty good. They need to improve on their quality control.3Very sturdy on drywall if installed correctly. Using 2 to hold bicycles up to 30 lbs, works great. Haven't tested heavier.Ordered from the AV company, not the other one. Came with the full kit as advertised, and arrived on-time. Works great to hold up my bikes using a hook system on drywall. Very sturdy. Note that you do have to make a sizable hole in the drywall to stick this through, but if you make the hole too big you'll have to rely on what you're screwing onto the wall for the support on the visible side.Installation tips:(1) You will need a drill to make a sizable hole in the wall (around a 1/2" squared, maybe a tad bigger).(2) Making the hole big enough for the metal part is not big enough for the end plastic piece to go in flush against the wall. You should make it so the metal piece fits in both ways (like a + sign, or square) to make sure the circular plastic piece can fit in flush against the wall.(3) Don't make the hole too big or the end plastic piece will be loose on the visible side of the wall (or go in... don't want that!).(4) Make sure the zip is pulled completely before breaking off the excess plastic, with the metal part and end plastic piece fully connecting to the wall on both sides... or it will be loose with no way of fixing it.5These worked PERFECTLY! We had to mount a 49" ...These worked PERFECTLY! We had to mount a 49" flat screen on a wall that has literally NO studs in it! We live in an apartment that has concrete exterior walls and ceiling so I GUESS they didn't have to put studs on the interior walls?! I have no idea why that is but I was very nervous to put this TV up, to say the least! The last thing i wanted was the tv falling on my toddler so I had no problem trying to rip this thing off the wall to make sure it would hold the TV and it did! It was not budging! Been up for weeks and I feel much more confident with it up there than on any cabinet, anchored or not, for the sake of my toddler AND my tv!5but once you do they are fantastic. I wasted a few at first learning how ...These take some getting used to, but once you do they are fantastic. I wasted a few at first learning how to use them properly. The trick is to get it through, then wiggle and pull on it until you see it come into position (when you see the threaded hole in the center, and feel it snug against the wall, that's it! but don't pull to hard or you might break one of the arms before you have it in position). Once they are in place, they work really well. I prefer toggle bolts to any other kind of mounting hardware. I've had one too many wall anchors come out on me... but never a good toggle bolt.4GarbageJunk absolute junk, put 4 in for a TV mount 3 of the 4 snapped in the wall. So I tired again with the same result. Waste of money, wouldnt trust the ones I ha e left over.1I absolutely love this itemI absolutely love this item. It provides achor to a dry wall that can support TV and all. It feels VERY secure.To use it, first you have to drill a 1/2 inche hole into the dry wall, push the metal end into the wall, and even it out. Push the access button towards the wall, until it is flush with the wall, and snap off the excess materials. Then you have a SECURE place where you can attach your things to. What I like about it is that you can re-use the system without having to drill a new hole or taking everything out.5THEY WORKThese work BETTER than I thought they would. They are well-designed, super easy to install, and appear to be very strong. I'm a stickler on value, and these are worth the greater cost. If you take pride in your inner handyman and don't count your own labor as free these things will make you happy.UPDATE: I still love these things, but be aware of this problem I encountered. When putting them into an exterior wall it is crucial that you get the threaded nut part as flat as you can on the inside of the wall. If you get a lump of fiberglass insulation under one side of the toggle part it won't line up properly with the bolt. It also helps to pull the leads and push the gripping part down exceptionally hard to help assure you're lining up the threads/not part properly. If you blow it on one, you can crush it with a pair of pliers and pull it out, then try again in the same hole.5This is what you need if you want to mount your tV on drywallI have 42" TV I wanted to mount on drywall. I couldn't find a stub in the wall, so I decided to buy these babies. I marked the holes of the TV mount frame on the wall. Got a 1/2 Inch Drill bit and drill my holes on the wall and boom put these anchor on. It worked. I used a smaller drill bit first (3/8) to start the hole and then use the 1/2 inch drill bit to finish the hole on the drywall, this give you more accuracy when you are drilling your hole. I didn't experience the anchor to be weak when installing them on the wall. however, they brake easy if you bend it up or down; so,do not bend it when you are installing it. The plastic was engineered to brake easy with flexion, but to be strong with tension. I pull it with a lot of force when installing, and I mean a lot, and the plastic never broke. but as soon as I bend it like 70 degrees it broke like like a cracker. when installing pull perpendicular to wall (to yourself) and don't bend the plastic of the anchor. I used six and none of them broke, quite an achievement, since I tend to brake everything, lol. therefore, don't be afraid to pull the plastic end to the wall towards the wall, if I couldn't brake it you wont either, believe me. after you put it in in the hole bend it up and down and it will brake very easy, that's what I said don't bend it when you are installing it. I read a review complaining about that the thread of the anchor sometimes can be bad. I didn't experience any problem like that. if you are concern about that insert the screw on the anchor and verify the thread is OK. Also, if you want to take extra precaution, when you are drilling your screw in, start very slow until you feel the screw is spinning free in the hole of the anchor. Strongly recommended this product5LOVE IT! Understand how it works before judging to harshly. Easy to use, supports a lot of weight, whats not to like? I'm not sure what people are referring to when they claim half of them break. All mine came in intact and as long you use them according to the instruction you won't have any break during install. Requires 1/2" drill bit for the through hole so make sure you have that available. I'm confident 4 of these would hold up my TV but I did add a lag bolt on a stud just in case.It's important to understand how these work, it seems like some people think since the plastic is brittle that there's no way these can hold up any weight. THE PLASTIC DOES NOT SUPPORT ANY LOAD, it's just there to hold the metal part in place until you get the bolt tightened down. 5
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