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90 lb. White Steel Ceiling Swivel Driller Hook

  • Steel swivel driller hook can hang various items from ceiling
  • Fasten firmly to ceiling with included hardware for secure mount
  • Steel ceiling swivel driller hook bears weight up to 90 lbs.
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"Hang decor, plants and lamps from your ceiling with this Cobra Anchors white steel ceiling swivel driller hook. A white steel assembly maintains strength and blends in with white ceilings and walls for a finished look. The swivel design permits multipurpose function for unlimited uses, and the included hardware grants simple and quick installation of this Cobra Anchors white steel ceiling swivel driller hook."
  • Steel ceiling hook hangs items from ceiling
  • Ceiling hook design complements various decor styles
  • Ceiling hook dimensions are 5.46 in. H x 3.638 in. W x 1.34 in. D
  • White steel construction provides sturdy support
  • Compatible with a range of ceiling types

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90 lb. White Steel Ceiling Swivel Driller Hook
BrandLibertyLibertyLibertyCOBRA
Name4-1/2 in. Matte Black Rustic Wire Coat Hook9 in. White and Satin Nickel Key Rack1-13/16 in. Matte Black Single Wall Hook (6-Pack)90 lb. White Steel Ceiling Swivel Driller Hook
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Installation TypeScrew-InScrew-InScrew-InScrew-In
MaterialZincWoodZincSteel
Mount LocationWall MountedWall MountedWall MountedCeiling Mounted
Weight Capacity (lb.)3553590
Hook ConfigurationIndividual HooksHook RacksIndividual HooksIndividual Hooks
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.34
Product Height (in.)
5.46
Product Width (in.)
3.638

Details

Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Hook Configuration
Individual Hooks
Hook Mount Location
Ceiling
Hook Type
Utility
Included
Hardware
Installation Type
Screw-In
Material
Steel
Mount Location
Ceiling Mounted
Number of Hooks
1
Package Quantity
1
Returnable
180-Day
Storage Product Type
Wall Mounted Hooks
Style
Traditional
Style
Classic
Weight Capacity (lb.)
90

Questions & Answers

9Questions29Answers

What is the diameter of the swivel part (when it's first going into the wall)?

Asked by Question August 14, 2020
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Good afternoon, thank you for reaching out to us. The dimension is 1 in. If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to contact us. Best Regards

Can you use this on a wall to hang plants?

Asked by Kman7008 May 6, 2020
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No, it will work better on the ceiling, but fantastic for plants.

Can I use this in a stud?

Asked by Dustin April 9, 2020
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Yes, just remove the drywall anchor part.

I used this hook..however my last hook pushed passed the drywall. now I can't screw thescreww.what can I do to fix

Asked by rena April 2, 2020
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Hello Rena, thank you for reaching out to us. I am not sure I understand your exact request, can you please give me more information ? Thank you

will this work with 3/4 inch thick ceilings

Asked by bob March 16, 2018
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I'm sure it will put a hole in any thickness ceiling. It is garbage, after all.

Can i use this hook on a horizontal wall?

Asked by Redlned December 30, 2017
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Just use a hammer to make a hole. It will save time.

What is the size of the screw?

Asked by Gerard September 16, 2016
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I don't know for sure about the screw size, but it looks like a #8 to me (Phillips, pan-head). I'm pretty sure I used a 5/32-inch drill bit.

Once installed in the ceiling how do you remove it?

Asked by Roughneck8001 January 28, 2016
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I could not get mine in all of the way. Most likely you can never remove it.

How do I get the swivel base to come off of the hook in order to install it?

Asked by jake January 7, 2016
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The hook pivots (360) and at one point there is an opening. You slide the hook out and insert the screw. One tip would be to make sure the final positioning of the opening does not allow the hook to slip out due to movement. Easy enough to avoid this issue.

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So easy to assemble and install! I bought one to...
So easy to assemble and install! I bought one to hang our chandelier over the kitchen table, and one for my daughter to hang a plant in her room.
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Needed to center a hanging dining room chandelier and this was the easy solution. Easy to install- look at pictures to install ... clear instructions not to “screw in” until the whole head part was in the ceiling... great product... sturdy and clean finish
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Super easy to install, no mess, looks fantastic, strong. Definitely over exceeded my expectations.
Super easy to install, no mess, looks fantastic, strong. Definitely over exceeded my expectations.
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Super easy to install and works great!...
Super easy to install and works great!
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I am currently using 6 of them
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I have a lot of hanging plants in my house and this is the only hook I use.
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Quality has really tanked
I bought a couple of these hooks a year or two ago and they both worked great. No issues at all and easy to install. My husband picked up another one for me this week and as I was installing it (into ceiling drywall), the toggle piece snapped right off. It hadn't even started to tighten yet so I know I didn't over-torque it. I was pretty ticked after paying $6 for it. But I did find a work around. I kept the 2 white pieces (the hook and the plate it attaches to, but used a regular metal toggle bolt assembly with it instead. I already had a giant hole in my ceiling that the toggle part fit through perfectly. So I was able to save the actual hook with a very simple swap of parts I had on hand. Just a work-around for anyone else whose toggle assembly breaks. (pic is of the toggle bolt I used with the hook)
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Who says your ceilings have to look boring? I use lots of hooks and these are the only ones I use...
Who says your ceilings have to look boring? I use lots of hooks and these are the only ones I use. Yes, I messed up once and broke one getting it stuck in the ceiling but I was doing it fast and not carefully. Now I know the trick is to first punch a hole with a screwdriver. I use these hooks to hang lanterns or to make pretty room dividers by hanging curtain rods, (see photo) I also used them to hang some gorgeous but very heavy wrought iron corner doorway brackets that I later hung some artificial flowers from. Any other hooks do not work in my apartment with cheap drywall ceiling. The horizontal driller is the secret.
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DO NOT BUY. This item is garbage. See pictures. It split and bent sideways when initially screwin...
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DO NOT BUY. This item is garbage. See pictures. It split and bent sideways when initially screwing it in. I removed it and tried to straighten. Drilled a hole large enough for it (Note: instructions say no drill is needed... bull). Still bent, twisted and broke in my ceiling. Nice. Now I have a hole over my daughters crib. Thanks.
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Junk. Instructions worthless. Product doesn't work like its advertised. Photo below is as far as ...
Junk. Instructions worthless. Product doesn't work like its advertised. Photo below is as far as it would go in the ceiling.
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I have used this product in the past with no problem, so I disregarded all the negative reviews. ...
I have used this product in the past with no problem, so I disregarded all the negative reviews. That was a mistake. Either the product quality has declined markedly, or I was just extremely lucky several years ago. As others have pointed out, when you've done the initial part of screwing the whole thing into drywall, you're supposed to then insert the secondary screw that's supposed to flip over the metal piece inside the ceiling and then you screw through it until it's secure against the drywall. The metal piece does not easily flip flip. With difficulty, I was able to get it to flip. But then the hole isn't threaded properly such that the screw won't go through without a little torque. I turned the screw carefully by hand (I did not use a power driver), but the base of the brass part that embeds into the drywall doesn't have enough grip for the torque needed to turn the screw. So instead of turning the screw, the whole brass part starts to turn, starting to gouge out the hole in the ceiling. Then the brass piece just snaps off leaving the upper portion loose up in your ceiling. So at this point you have two broken pieces, one that you can't even get back out of your ceiling, and a ripped-up hole (now fairly large) that can't be used for anything. So like the other reviewers, I was left with a big patch job. I ended up going to the garden center and getting a Vigoro brand ceiling hook instead, and that worked great. In the photo you can see the snapped of base of the brass piece--all that's left after the rest snapped off and got stuck in my ceiling. It's this base part of the brass piece that is supposed to grip the drywall (and stay intact) so you can turn the screw. It's the combination of the poor threading of the screw hole and the lack of grip and strength in the brass part that causes the failure.
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