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B&Q Metal Hollow wall anchor, Pack of 10
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This pack of 10 metal hollow wall anchors from B&Q are designed for use on plasterboard and for radiator brackets & kitchen/bathroom cabinets. They're heavy duty and can be used on internal & external locations.
- Fitting instructions - Drill hole with appropriate drill bit. Insert anchor ensuring that points on the shoulder enter the face of the plasterboard. Tighten screw to set the anchor legs in position. Remove the screw. Align fixture and replace screw until tight
- Fixings supplied
- Large hollow wall anchor 10 pack
Features and Benefits
- This product has been made to our demanding high quality standards. Complete satisfaction or your money back. This does not affect your statutory rights.
- Durability: Heavy duty
|Contents||Large hollow wall anchor 10 pack|
|Type||Hollow wall anchor|
Failed whilst installing and destroyed my wall
Dan_bhp - 2 years ago
Inserted into my wall. Then the thread split apart as i tightened it up inside the wall.
Cheap rubbish, no reason for it to fail like this.
Had to wreck my wall to remove it
Aunt Sawback - 2 years ago
The word literally is overused these days, but these hollow wall anchors have quite literally changed my life.
Best of the best
Kelbow33 - 2 years ago
Excellent product. I find these the best choice for hollow walls. The plugs stay where they are put, don't pull and can support considerable weight.
Great idea but not best quality
Jay010289 - 2 years ago
All walls in my house are hollow so every wall fixing is hung using these, the ones which work are great but I find myself having to buy a lot more than I need as a lot of them will not fully tighten or the anchor spikes brake and cut through the plaster
Fed up of these not fixing
Dan8221 - 2 years ago
I have bought various sizes of these and they often do not work properly. Either they won't open and need fidelity with or they fix in the wall and the bolt gets stuck and it can't be removed.
I have way too many damaged walls.
When they work however they work well and are strong.
Shame that that's not frequent enough.