Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 24
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by EliasGZZ My TV Fall off whit this Anchor
I put my TV in the wall whit this anchors and after a year my TV fall off the wall total lost now i don't have a TV and get a hole in my wall this thing didn't support the 80 pounds that said in the package so no trust in this thing whit your expensive stuff maybe you regret later.....
July 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by BJ waste of money
I purchased these to mount a rack on the wall and the mounting holes missed the studs. These came in a package of six and five broke on installation. They were so stiff that I couldn't slide the keeper in place without breaking the guides, I even tried to silicone the guides to make them easier to slide, they still broke. I have used Hilti brand for years and never had a problem.
October 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by tom do not waste your money
purchased at home depot
got two toggles to hold out of two packs after reading instructions several times
purchase another product
August 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Zrae Plastic is cheap, all 6 broke off into the wall
I am attempting to mount a 55 inch tv to metal studs and decided to give these toggle bolts a try instead of waiting on Hilti bolts to ship. The first four I got to line up in the pre-drilled holes but as soon as I tried to get the screw into the toggle hole the cheap plastic snapped and the metal backing fell into the wall. Attempted to be more careful with the next set and could only get one to work properly... the other 5 metal heads are now in my wall somewhere. DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY ON THESE
July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MykeDronez Lifesavers
After hours of wasted effort pursuing other options I used these anchors to install a pedestal sink to a tiled wall when the blocking didn't align with the mounting holes.. If you're having trouble finding an anchor that really holds strong these are the ticket, forget the traditional toggles with their huge entry holes and chintzy bolts.. I think as long as you handle the plastic parts in a gingerly manner and make sure the toggle is properly aligned you shouldn't have problems- I did notice that the plastic seemed brittle but I removed and reinserted one toggle a few times and it didn't snap like some of the other reviewers mentioned. I love the beefy 1/4" 20 bolts that can be swapped out for longer hex heads for torquing down the mount in confined spaces (like the underside of a pedestal sink) Highly recommended for anything too heavy and important for plastic expanders or traditional toggles.
August 11, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Marty The toggle will support heavier objects well.
I used these to secure a hanging rail for kitchen cabinets into steel studs. This can be frustrating since some steel studs are too narrow for the toggles as is. I had to trim the business end so that it would straighten out when inserted. It is also difficult to get the screw to find the screw hole in the bolt. If the toggle is secured too tightly the plastic anchors will break before one can get the screw in. Once in though, they work well.
June 19, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by HandyOhio DO NOT BUY THESE- I'm saving you a second trip to HD
The plastic straps are incredibly brittle, and the sliding cuff is near impossible to slide up into the drywall. I'm an experienced handyman, and I broke 4 of these into the wall before I even got one to sit flush on the drywall to accept a screw. Only then did I attempt (by hand) to insert the screw, before the 5th one broke off and the metal piece fell into the wall cavity. I will be demanding my money back with the remainder of the pack. Just buy a good old fashioned toggle bolt. I went back and spent about half of what these cost for a pack of 15 instead of 6. incredible frustrating and would love to see somebody do a successful install with these.
July 27, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by MrFoo poor knockoff of Hilti Toggle
This is a poor knock-off of the Hilti toggle. Incredibly difficult to move the wing down against the surface of the drywall. Not worth it.
December 30, 2015