The Hillman Group 3/8 in. Pop Toggle with Screw (6-Pack)-376255 - The Home Depot

The Hillman Group

Model # 376255

Internet # 202243047

Store SKU # 740268

3/8 in. Pop Toggle with Screw (6-Pack)

The Hillman Group 3/8 in. Pop Toggle with Screw (6-Pack)

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$1.59 / each


Model # 376255

Internet # 202243047

Store SKU # 740268

The Hillman Group 3/8 in. Pop Toggles with Screws (6-Pack) are used to hang pictures, drapery supports and other wall-mounted fixtures. The anchors come with 1 in. screws for installation. The included screw has a round head and a combination drive style.

  • Use for hanging such items as pictures, drapery supports and a variety of fixtures
  • Steel construction
  • 1-1/4 in. length with 1 in. screw length
  • Round head
  • Includes 6 anchors and screws


Assembled Depth (in.)  .5 in  Assembled Height (in.)  1 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  3.87 in  Fastener Diameter  3/8" 
Fastener callout size of screw  3/8 In.  Fastener length (in.)  1.25 
Product Depth (in.)  0.5  Product Width (in.)  3.875 in 
Screw length (in.) 
Drive Style  Combination  Fastener Head Style  Round 
Fastener Plating  None  Fastener Type  Other Anchor 
Fastener thread type of screw  Standard  Fastener/Connector Material  Steel 
Finish Family  Metallic  Indoor/Outdoor  Indoor 
Maximum Weight Capacity (lb.)  Measurement Standard  SAE,USS 
Package Quantity  Primary Use  Anchor 
Product Weight (lb.)  0.367 lb  Usage  Hanging fixtures, drapery supports, pictures, etc. 
With screw  Yes 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty  No 


Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Much better than the straight plastic ones you get in installation kits. I used these to support a 165 cm long by 26 cm wide by 0.5 cm thick IKEA mirror. I used the spring-loaded supports (well the top two are spring-loaded and the bottom two are not) that I bought from Amazon (the ones from IKEA felt cheap). The anchors were overkill for this job but they feel solid when you use them. You don't get that "is this in all the way?" feeling like you do with the installation kits that come with products (imagine those little colored cylinders that barely expand when you drive the screw). Make sure you install them per the instructions. I made the recommended 5/16" hole (I knew I missed the studs). Fold the piece so it looks like a tight 'V' when you fold it, not like a squashed 'O'. I pushed it in with my thumb until I could not push it anymore. Then I used a scrap piece of wood and a mallet to drive it nearly flush with the wall. I think the small round lip will be raised against the drywall/painted surface. Finally I used the pop tool until I felt it "pop" open. Note that if you don't drive the plastic anchor far into the wall it will be very hard to pop it open, and you may have to use a mallet to carefully strike the pop tool. On two occasions I could use my hand and on two occasions I had to use a mallet and gently hammered it. Note that after I screwed the supports to the anchor I had to unscrew them twice because of my own alignment issues (my fault). Fortunately the anchor accepted the screw two more times! Yes I was able to reuse it but I doubt it's recommended. November 4, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hanging Curtains I hung curtains in drywall and they fell down within a month and left convenient holes to use the pop-toggles with. They're up now and they feel way more sturdy. Also, you have to actually knock the yellow key in for the anchor to pop out, I couldn't push it with my hands. Very easy install overall, less than five minutes. August 13, 2014
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