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Everbilt 10 in. x 8 in. Satin Nickel Heavy Duty Shelf Bracket
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Everbilt

10 in. x 8 in. Satin Nickel Heavy Duty Shelf Bracket

  • Great for closets, garages, sheds, and other shelving projects
  • Easy to install and works with wood, plastic, or metal shelves
  • Made of steel, versatile shelf can hold up to 1200 lbs per pair
$7.98 /each

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Satin Nickel
  • Oil Rubbed Bronze
  • Satin Nickel

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The Everbilt 10 in. x 8 in. Heavy Duty Shelf Bracket is ideal for closets, garages, sheds or any shelving needs. Compatible with wood, plastic or metal shelving. Easy to install.

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  • Made of steel
  • Satin nickel finish
  • Screws not included
  • Supports up to 600 lbs.

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Is this oil-rubbed bronze, or satin nickel finish?

Title shows oil-rubbed bronze, but specifications show satin nickel finish.
Asked by: JEG1
I believe it comes in both finishes. I bought the oil rubbed bronze and love the color.
Answered by: Michele
Date published: 2016-05-18

Can this bracket support a 12 inch shelf?

Asked by: Beth
The longest edge is 9-1/2" with a total of three holes (one at the outermost points, two at the innermost) that attach to the wall (one edge) and can be used to attach to a shelf (other edge). The weight limit per bracket is 600 pounds, though with the use of additional brackets per shelf, the load would be shared across the brackets, so that shouldn't be an issue. It is not unusual to attach shelves to brackets that are deeper than the bracket, itself, so, provided that you do not exceed the 600 pound (or shared load max) bracket limit, and do not exceed the reasonable weight for the given wood (harder/denser materials will hold more weight), and do not put excessive weight toward the outermost edge of the shelf, if only for safety's sake), and attach the bracket to the shelf with screws (which are not included with the brackets, but, there is a decal which lists which ones to use, and the Home Depot page showing the bracket shows a "suggested" corresponding screw), then you should have no problems using a 12-inch or even deeper shelf, within reason, of course.
Answered by: skaizun
Date published: 2016-04-23

with a uniform loading each bracket and screws as speced on label will support 600 lbs not 300 lbs per bracket pair is that correct

Asked by: doublechecking
The decal on each of the three shelf brackets that I have clearly indicate a maximum load of 600 pounds each, so I am unclear as to where your "300 pounds" came from. If you were referring to shared load across multiple brackets for the same shelf, then it may not work out to half (or double) the stated maxiumum weight, depending on how you mount them, what you would attach them to (both the wall and shelf), etc. Using multiple brackets for the same shelf will, naturally, share the load across the brackets, thus lessening the burden on any given bracket. However, the brackets would have to be aligned perfectly, mounted a particular distance apart (which depends on many factors), the shelf would have to rest perfectly and be of a good density/thickness for that to occur, and the load would have to be fairly evenly distributed across the shelf for that to be assured. Regardless of all these concerns, it would be good, common sense, for safety's sake, alone, to not exceed the stated maximum weight! (FWIW, I always cut the stated maximum load in half for my shelves)
Answered by: skaizun
Date published: 2015-11-06

How far apart are the top two holes?

It seems by putting two screws in the top they look like they'd be too close to the edge of the stud.. do you angle them in or put them in straight?
Asked by: avemaria
I do not own these but was ready to buy them but read a few reviews that said the two screw holes are placed too far apart and in order to screw into the stud you have to angle the screw inward.
Answered by: Tom71
Date published: 2017-02-17
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Customer Reviews

10 in. x 8 in. Satin Nickel Heavy Duty Shelf Bracket is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well built, stylish, strong When i saw someone picking on the placement of the holes, i laughed. Yes, the holes are off set. You dont want two screws next to each other, holding over 1,000 pounds, or the bracket will literally connect the dots and splinter the frame wood. Use a right-angle tool, or extension bits. This is actually the best bang for the buck bracket. Great oil/aged look, good welds, small, but strong, and not your ugly squared off bracket. I highly recommend , and please bad reviews, just posted from DIY'ers. I am a professional, and only accept products that are functional, built well, and cost effective.
Date published: 2017-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I liked the simple, yet elegant, design of these brackets and bought 2 to use for an old door rep... I liked the simple, yet elegant, design of these brackets and bought 2 to use for an old door repurposed into a coat tree. The brackets aren't supporting a ton of weight and they've held up fine for the past month. I wish it had come with screws, but I used my own.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Heavy duty but still pretty I purchased these to build open shelving in my kitchen and really needed something that was going to securely hold a good amount of weight yet still look good. These were exactly what I was looking for. They are heavy and sturdy but still pretty. The finish perfectly matches the other oil rubbed bronze elements in my kitchen. I needed these centered on my wall so I didn't bother trying to find a stud, I just used heavy duty wall anchors to install them. The kids run and jump around the kitchen and the dishes on these shelves don't even rattle.
Date published: 2016-05-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Seems fairly strong These brackets are very nice. Although I didnt technically use them for a shelf, they suited my needs perfectly.
Date published: 2017-02-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The designers overlooked screw placement These are solid brackets with a clean visual appearance you'll be proud to show off. However, the designers made the screw holes slightly wider than will fit the profile of a 2x4 stud. That is to say, the screws will miss the stud if driven straight into this bracket, which is a major problem if you expect the bracket to support a lot of weight. I used the brackets anyway, and just drove the screws in, angled toward the center. Not a clean solution, because the screw heads to not lay flush.
Date published: 2013-05-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Screw Holes Too Far Appart I bought these brackets for open kitchen shelving last year and liked them, so I'm using them again for another project. However, as others have pointed out, the two upper screw holes are too far apart, so only the lower hole and one upper hole can line up with a stud unless you angle them in, which looks shoddy. My solution is to first attach 3/4 inch poplar to the studs--nicely shaped and routed--and then attach the brackets. See photo.
Date published: 2016-06-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Do NOT use ship to home Like the other reviewer said, the holes are not placed right so you have to angle the screws so they will hit the 2x4. They are very sturdy and can hold a lot of weight as longs as you make sure to hit a stud with all 3 screws. Do not use the ship to home method. I ordered 3 of these plus 4 different ones. They were all put in a box that was much too large with NO packaging. So when I got them they were all dinged up and looked like they had been found in a junk yard. Since I had to wait more than 2 weeks for these to arrive I wasn't going to return them just so I could wait another 2 weeks and hope that they would be shipped correctly. I took a file and smoothed out all the dings the best I could and repainted them and then added a thick top gloss. They do look nice now, but who ever is in charge of shipping should be fired.
Date published: 2015-03-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best combo of looks / sturdiness / value I could find I'm using these for pantry shelving and they are very sturdy. For the look and quality, they are also much cheaper than alternatives I saw. As others have noted, the screw holes are a bit wide apart at about 1.25". This should be fine if you angle the screws in slightly. My house is 100 years old and my studs are actually 2" wide, so this bracket was perfect. My only complaint is that they scratch and ding easily. I would go to the store to pick them out yourself, but even still I was only able to find one that was completely scratch free. Otherwise I would rate them 5 star.
Date published: 2015-09-25
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