Model # 25310

Internet #100040265

Store SKU #459826

E-Z Ancor Twist-N-Lock 75 lb. Medium Duty Drywall Anchors (50-Pack)

E-Z Ancor

Twist-N-Lock 75 lb. Medium Duty Drywall Anchors (50-Pack)

  • Anchor splits and grips for strong hold
  • An audible click will indicate the anchor is secure
  • No pre-drilling necessary, installs with #2 Phillips screw driver
$1169 /each
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Product Overview

E-Z Ancor Twist-N-Lock 75 lbs. Medium-Duty Drywall Anchors (50-Pack) are ideal for hanging pictures, mirrors or installing shelving. The anchors are easy to install or remove using only #8 x 1-5/8 in. screw (included) and a #2 Philips screwdriver. No pre-drilling is necessary - screw directly into drywall.

  • For medium-duty wall applications such as installing shelving, mirrors, picture frames, and more
  • Use in 1/2 in. or 5/8 in. drywall
  • 75 lb. weight on package reflects maximum project load in 1/2 in. drywall
  • 75 lb. weight capacity is for items hung flush to wall and may be less for items hung out from wall, like shelving
  • No predrilling necessary - screw directly into drywall
  • Do not over tighten anchor
  • Audible click lets you know when the anchor is firmly set
  • Splits and grips for a strong hold that won't back out
  • Installs flush against the wall to prevent items from wobbling
  • Made with high-strength fiber-reinforced resin for superior durability
  • Creates a small hole for easy installation, cleanup, and removal
  • Do not use for ceiling applications
  • Do not use for mounting televisions

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Anchor height (in.)
Anchor length (in.)
Product Depth (in.)
Product Height (in.)
Product Width (in.)
Required drill hole size (in.)


Drive Style
Fastener Callout Size
#8 x 1.625
Fastener Head Style
Fastener Plating
Fastener Thread Type
Fastener Type
Drywall Anchor
Fastener/Connector Material
Finish Family
Maximum Weight Capacity (lb.)
Package Quantity
Primary Use
Medium duty drywall fastening applications
Product Weight (lb.)
Weight Capacity (lb.)

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
These products are sold "AS IS" without any express or implied warranties. ITW Brands' sole liability, if any, shall be to replace this product or refund the purchase price.

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can I use these as 4 corner screws to hang a flat screen tv rack?

tv is 48" don't know the weight. thanks
Asked by: homealone
i'm not a professional, but under no circumstances would i want to hang a tv into anything but a solid stud.
Answered by: 1roomatatime
Date published: 2017-07-03

Are there 50 screws and 50 anchors or is it a total of 50 pieces together?

Asked by: Dude
There are 50 screws+anchors.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-08-06

Good for hollow core doors?

I need to install spice racks on the inside of my pantry door. Will these work to anchor the screws in a builder-grade hollow core door?
Asked by: NoVAMom
I dont think the plastic put will dig into the wood of the door. It is designed to use the plastic wall bit to bury itself into the drywall creating a tight hold. The when the metal screw is installed it will make the plastic insert crack open grabbing into the drywall even stronger. Wuou will hear a small crack when inserting the metal screw. That sound is a good thing.
Answered by: Matt
Date published: 2016-10-25

Can I use your E-Z ancor drywall anchor #25310 to hang 4 ft. tubelight fixtures on the ceiling?

My hired electrician did that, and I just want to confirm that is ok.The 2 tube fixtures weigh approximately 12 lbs per the internet link: So are these ok to use for these tubelight fixtures? thanks.
Asked by: Alan
The weight rating on the package is designed to be in a wall with downward pressure on an item flush mounted. The weight rating is NOT the same in a ceiling with the pressure essentially pulling the anchor out of the ceiling. It states right on the package not to use in the ceiling. Now given the weight of the light fixtures, it will most likely be ok...MOST likely
Answered by: HD
Date published: 2017-05-30
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Customer Reviews

Twist-N-Lock 75 lb. Medium Duty Drywall Anchors (50-Pack) is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 40.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These Twist-N-Lock anchors are probably some of the best ones you could buy if they are installed... These Twist-N-Lock anchors are probably some of the best ones you could buy if they are installed carefully and correctly. Regardless of what the product says (self-drilling), drill a clean pilot hole with a 1/4" drill bit into the dry wall, then, with a large phillips screwdriver (#3 or #4), slowly and steadily screw the anchor flush into the dry wall. Next, screw the provided screw into the anchor to expand and lock it in. Finally you could unscrew it and reinstall whatever you're trying to hang onto the wall. If you're planning to hang something relatively heavy and it will be staying there for a long time, then I recommend throwing away the free fragile anchors provided with the product and replace them with these E-Z anchors.
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Save yourself some agony by first understanding how to make these things work. First off, you wil... Save yourself some agony by first understanding how to make these things work. First off, you will need to drill a pilot hole with a pretty wide bit. If you don't, the plastic of the screw-mechanism isn't strong enough to dig thru the wall on it's own. So it just won't move. Also, get your placement and hole right. The plastic is strong enough to only withstand one tightening and loosening before becoming stripped by your screwdriver. DO NOT USE A DRILL TO TIGHTEN / LOOSEN. Also, DO NOT HAMMER THIS IN. So, if you drill the right size pilot hole and have the alignment and everything else right, then this thing will sit just beautifully flush in the wall.
Date published: 2017-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great, key is to drill a pilot hole using something slightly smaller than 1/4" drill bit (a... Works great, key is to drill a pilot hole using something slightly smaller than 1/4" drill bit (approx size of the anchor tip). Disregard what the direction says. Then use a screw driver and manually screw it into the wall. Clean, secured, can't ask for anything more.
Date published: 2017-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love these! Follow the instructions Folks. These are excellent anchors. I don't understand the bad reviews. I can only assume the folks having problems just aren't using them properly. My guess is they're probably over tightening the anchors and/or screws, or not inserting the anchors in level or bending them in the process. Anyone following the instructions will have no problem at all. I've learned that It pays to read the instructions on practically EVERYTHING. I'm a pretty decent handyman around the house, and having tackled many projects large and small over the years, I've learned the hard way that it pays to read the instructions, understand them, take your time, and pay attention. I've spent way too many hours undoing, repairing, and reinventing the wheel simply because of my own failure to properly follow instructions. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. IMHO anyway.
Date published: 2016-09-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Take your time and these are great anchors Like most others, can't really understand the bad reviews. I have installed 200 of these in the past few months. Lessons learned.. 1. Regardless of what the packaging says, pre-drill a hole that is around 1/8 inch or even slightly larger. 2. Then screw the anchor in BY HAND with a screwdriver. The thread will likely strip with a drill or powered screw driver unless you are really careful. Do not over-tighten. 3. Use the included screw or a longer #8 if needed. These have worked very well for me. One does crack once in a while. One final tip, if using in metal stud walls and coming up against a stud, I still pre-drill (a smaller hole just smaller than the screw) then clip off a portion of the end of the anchor and screw it in. This gives extra strength to the screw in the metal stud.
Date published: 2016-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from never had a problem with these i cant figure out wha the other reviewers are doing. the one who said they used a hammer? these screw in, why would you use a hammer?? i drill a little pilot hole in the drywall and screw them in. simple. they also have the advantage of being removeable, again, using a simple screwdriver. the tapered design makes them go in easily. i used them to hang some Ikea shleves that look like they float against the wall without any support underneath the shelf, and put books, pictures, etc and no problems. i even have an oscillating 15 pound old fashoined fan on one of them. . . easily 50 pounds altogether. try doing that with a molly bolt, or one of those wing-style anchors. better yet, try to get one of things back out of the wall without ripping out the drywall. these things are my go-to anchor for everything that really needs the strength.
Date published: 2012-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from works great These are the quickest and easiest drywall anchors I have ever used. One tip I would give is once you measure where you want the anchor start the hole by driving in and backing out a drywall screw. That way the anchor will follow the screw hole and go exactly where you want it and you will also feel if there happens to be a stud there in which case you don't need an anchor.
Date published: 2015-10-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great screw - NEVER had a problem I agree with yenkoz28, not sure what everybody else is doing, but I use these anchors for almost all medium duty hangings. I've used them for anything from picture frames to mirrorrs to shelves and I've maybe broken 3 anchors of the 100+ I've used. No need to predrill or hammer them in. Just use a drill (medium speed) or a good-old-fashioned screwdriver.
Date published: 2012-10-01
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