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OOK Wall Dog Self-Drilling Picture Hangers (10-Pack)
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Wall Dog Self-Drilling Picture Hangers (10-Pack)

$548 /each
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Product Overview

Walldog anchors do not require pre-drilling, making them quick and easy to use. Hooks are included for easy hanging of most art. Will hold up to 50 pounds. Pack contains 10 sets of hangers.

  • Walldog self-drilling picture hangers
  • Walldog anchors can be driven into drywall or wood without the need to pre-drill
  • Hooks included for easy and secure hanging
  • Holds up to 50 pounds

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.5
Product Height (in.)
4.75
Product Width (in.)
3.5

Details

Child safe
No
Fastener Type
Picture/Mirror Hanging Hook
Finish Family
Brass and Gold
Hardware Included
Yes
Hook type
Single
Material
Solid Brass
Maximum Weight Capacity (lb.)
50
Package Quantity
10
Product Weight (lb.)
.09lb
Washable/Reusable
Yes

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
N/A

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Customer Questions & Answers

What is the size of the hanger? Your web page MUST be wrong because I doubt that they are 4.75 in tall. What weight are they rated for?

Asked by: Roberto
The dimensions given in the specs are likely the size of the package:-) The screws look more like 1" to 1.5" long, just from the picture
Answered by: Hookman
Date published: 2017-04-23

Can I screw this into plaster wall?

Asked by: Kat
yes, but you should pre-drill with small drill bit and hit the wood lathe. Follow with a drywall slightly larger in thickness of the bit. This will prevent the wood lathe from splitting. May take 2 attempts because of the gaps between the wood lathe. If that is impossible, use a toggle bolt and secure with a butterfly. Follow instructions on package. This will be the strongest anchor for the hook.
Answered by: Trilo
Date published: 2016-04-22
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Customer Reviews

Wall Dog Self-Drilling Picture Hangers (10-Pack) is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Live in Earthquake Country? Read On.... The screws are very good. I used a small 1/8" pilot hole and the screws (2) threaded and snugged down nicely in the drywall. At first blush, my 40 lb. artwork was secure to the wall with no screw pull-out. Since I live in Earthquake Country, I bounce anything I hang vertically after mounting. This is where the problem is. The light gauge ?brass? hooks bend easily with any pressure against the tab extending diagonally from the wall. A few 1/8"-3/16" bounces vertically and the tab bent to almost parallel with the floor. Yikes! This is not a weight or abuse issue.The metal use is simply too flimsy. At $0.56 ea. surely the manufacturer could spend $0.01 per hook more for a material that doesn't bend - like standard nail-in hangers. (odd, a cheap nail-in hanger has a heavier gauge hook although the diagonally installed nail 'rips' drywall under the weigh) Any suggestion to step-up to a more expensive hanger is not an option, nor would any notion that the lighter gauge/softer metal ensures the part is not overloaded which would cause the screws to rip from the wall even be credible. So, bottom line, probably great set for a non-earthquake area, but if you expect shakes, find another option. My choice was to use small L-brackets, bend them, and use nylon self-drilling drywall anchors and #6 Pan Head screws. Packaged options required multiple screws, relied upon multiple nails, and were also too expensive. If you don't bounce the frame the hooks seem to be fine.
Date published: 2015-12-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does the job! I bought these for hanging some fairly heavy pictures in my home. I made sure they went into a stud and they are rock solid. I looked at the small French cleats first, but they are $3.47 each and are rated at 40lbs. These are rated at 50lbs and cost just over 50 cents each. You can't go wrong with this purchase.
Date published: 2016-07-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great hooks, low profile. Goes into drywall real well, and pretty easy to use.
Date published: 2015-01-13
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