Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 7
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by venuko awesome product in skilled hands
Today was the first time I used these anchors. The project was to hang a flat TV wall mount in the office at work. I must say that I am very impressed with the whole idea and the quality of these anchors. I've lost one anchor out of four only and it was the very first one I've ever tried to install.
I can see why some people complain, but trust me - if you are a tiny bit skilled with the tools, you'll have no problem with this product.
I am a big fan of E-Z Ancor product, but I may be switching to this product in my future projects.
April 2, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by ArtfromNorthCarolina I am a convert to these new toggler bolts
No more spring loaded winged togglers for me. I will be using these new solid togglers for now on. First, they hold more than the spring type. Second, you don't lose them into the wall when you take down whatever they were holding up. The plastic flange holds them in place on the wall until you are ready to hang the object back on the wall. Today was my first time using them and I installed 8. Out of those 8, one failed. The plastic leg broke in the wall as I was installing the screw. I felt something was wrong as I turned the screwdriver on that one... I should have backed it out and tried again... I might have been able to save it. I used a manual screw driver. I would not recommend using a electric screwdriver. Also, forget the half inch drill bit. I switched to using an ice pick like tool to make my holes and enlarged them as necessary until I could get the toggler into the wall. Much less mess than using an electric drill and it came out nicer. I used a dull screwdriver to help seat the plastic flange flat into the sheetrock. Worked perfectly.
June 7, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by John Great for Ikea floating shelves
I used these toggler bolts to hang a floating table on my wall from Ikea. Previous anchors failed, but once I used these with the quarter inch bolts the table was sturdy.
I used this product again after having a previous positive experience hanging closet hardware on my wall using these bolts.
Very easy to work with. Drill a 1/2 inch hole in your wall, insert the anchor, give it a good tug, cut off the excess, and then secure what you are hanging on the wall with the 1/4 inch bolts.
Depending on the piece, you may have to widen the holes on the ikea bracket to fit the quarter inch bolts, but I recommend doing it. Ikea thinks something light duty holds their floating shelves or tables on the wall, but they do not. If you didn't have to widen the holes for the bolts or anchors you are using, those shelves are not going to stay on the wall! Get something a lot more heavy duty, like these toggler bolts.
October 3, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by danny the best
This is probably the best only hardware to use on pretty much anything that gets mounted to drywall or even hollow block concrete. Even plywood, this anchor is guaranteed to hold anything using the right amount. We at work use these all the time to hang speakers and displays on walls to include 80" plasmas and lcds. As long as you hit a metal stud for commercial buildings or havebacking in the wall this will never come down. For residential its a little different since the walls are made of wooden studs instead. But either way they hold anything ondrywall as well as long as its weight doesnot require the use of stud structure.
March 5, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by zipper77 Best anchors on the market
I've used these anchors for years on hollow walls. They are so simple to use, a second grader could install them. They are much stronger than any spring loaded anchor and they stay in place, if you have to remove the hung object.
Properly installed the metal anchor stays snug against the backside of the wall until you're ready to hang your object.
Beautiful design & simple to use.
April 7, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Oosik Lots of failures
I used this product to install cabinets to 1/2 inch drywall. With a 10 pack I was able to use 3 successfully. Only one went in without any difficulty. The other two took considerable effort to install. 6 broke off and fell inside the wall. I gave up and didn't even waste any time on the last one. The difficulty is that when you put the toggle bolt inside the wall it becomes horribly difficult to engage the threads. Great concept and if you could hold the bolt tight on the backside of the wall it would work perfectly - but then you really wouldn't need it would you? I ended up using spring loaded toggle bolts since I had some 1/2 holes in my walls and these old traditional bolts worked superbly.
October 29, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DaKidd What a waste of money
Liked the idea that these held some weight and seemed like a great idea. Out of a 6 holes, 5 broke and had to be removed. Since I had a 10 pack and couldn't returned with the pieces that fell down between the cinderblocks opted to try again with the remainders. May work better with drywall but I find myself looking for something else that'll hold 50 pounds and actually work.
July 14, 2013