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Form Rest White Plastic, steel & zinc alloy Shelf bracket (D)54.8mm

£6
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Product Details

Product Information

  • Compatibility: Glass shelves up to 19mm thick
  • Fixings not supplied

Features and Benefits

Perfectly supports glass shelving to help you store your belongings

  • The maximum load shown may be lower depending on wall condition. All loads should be distributed evenly

Technical Specifications

BrandForm
RangeRest
Colour descriptionWhite
MaterialPlastic, steel and zinc alloy
Height (mm)54.8mm
Width (mm)28.8mm
Depth (mm)54.8mm
Pack quantity2
Maximum weight capacity20kg
ModelSB2
Product code3663602765790

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Captain Swing - 2 months ago

It is attractive as a glass shelf support in the bathroom or as a light "floating-ish" shelf bracket, which is why I got it. However, it has no fittings or instructions for installation, which may be awkward for inexperienced DIY-ers and I can't find anything on the website either. This is presumably a cost-cutting measure.

How to install a shelf with the REST bracket

You will need a drill, two screws (3-4 cm) and a couple of rawls. You will have to drill into the wall.

The screw on the bottom controls the shelf-grip mechanism. Undo it and apply it to the shelf, getting everything in position and tightening it up to grip the shelf. Get a level and use it to mark the wall where you wish to place it. Mark where the shelf and the supports will be with a pencil and the shelf where you have the brackets.

Take the brackets off and attach them to the wall first. This needs a screw for each, placed through the large hole in the back of the thing into a rawlplug in the wall. Once they are installed, put the shelf back and tighten the clamp-screws again. Job done.

Not that this is particularly difficult, but it is not obvious either. A little help would be appreciated, B&Q. You saved 5p, I lost 20 minutes.