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2-1/2 in. Large Antique Brass Swag Hook

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.25
Product Height (in.)
2.63
Product Width (in.)
1.88

Details

Color Family
Brass
Fixture Color/Finish
Antique Brass
Material
Metal
Number in Pack
1
Product Weight (lb.)
.19
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
N/A

Product Overview

Use the Westinghouse 2-1/2 in. Large Antique Brass Finish Swag Hook to securely hang heavy lighting fixtures and accessories. This 2-1/2 in. hook is designed to hold lighting fixtures weighing up to 45 lbs. and features an antique brass finish that will easily match most fixtures. The set includes 1 spring toggle wing, 1 running thread stud, and 1 wood screw for convenient installation. Westinghouse is a global brand with a simple philosophy: make life easier for everyone who buys its products. The company offers ceiling fans, lighting fixtures, lighting hardware, lighting accessories, and light bulbs for both consumer and commercial applications. Westinghouse products are designed for exceptional quality, reliability, and innovation. Product reference number 70441.
  • Antique brass finish complements many light fixtures
  • Large hook allows you to hang heavy fixtures
  • Supports loads weighing up to 45 lbs.
  • Includes hardware for convenient installation
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Questions & Answers

6Questions9Answers

What size is the screw that comes in the package?

Asked by Theron August 25, 2018
1
Answer

This hook comes with a #14 x 1 3/8" screw.

why don't the specs match up with the description of height and width? 2.5 inches vs 7 height and...

Asked by Thor January 6, 2018
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Answer

The dimensions that are listed on the website are the overall dimensions of the package of the item, and I will look into getting these corrected. The actual hook measures approximately 2 ½” in height when installed on the ceiling. The width when used on the ceiling is 1.88 inches.

Is this hook made out of pot metal, or is it made out of solid metal? My contractor thinks that ...

Asked by cb6061 March 22, 2017
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Answer

This is a solid piece of metal (cast) and has a 45 lb load rating.

I want to install in ceiling into a stud. Does it come with a large wood screw?

Asked by Patrick66 February 5, 2017
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Answers

Yes, but the one I purchased was not threaded on the inside. Very disappointing.

How much weight will this hold on a drywall ceiling?

Asked by Scott June 1, 2016
2
Answers

Hi Scott, this product will hold up to 45 pounds in a drywall ceiling using a toggle bolt wing.

What weight would it hold?

Asked by Bill February 8, 2016
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Answers

This will hold up to 45 pounds.

Customer Reviews

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by Verypleasedwithorder
The hook had no threads inside the base, so the toggle bolt wouldn't even attach to it. Electric...
The hook had no threads inside the base, so the toggle bolt wouldn't even attach to it. Electrician said it was a dud.
by MrSpace
1 person found this helpful
I recommend this if using the toggle bolt anchor, but not for the wood screw. Two issues are rath...
I recommend this if using the toggle bolt anchor, but not for the wood screw. Two issues are rather apparent. First, The screw it comes with is designed to go straight into wood, not drywall and THEN wood. It is a bit short for that, but it WILL work. I just don't know how much weight I'd put on it. Secondly, and most importantly, make absolutely sure the screw goes in straight the first time you screw it in because you're not going to have another shot at it. You can't "back out" the screw by turning the hook the other way, because the hook just unscrews from the screw part. There is far too much resistance to try to back it out with pliers. I made his mistake and had to destroy the screw by using a hack saw to cut a slit in the top of it so I could then use a common (flat-head) screwdriver to back it out. It was a nightmare, the drywall was all gouged up from the hacksaw handle, and I would never use such a product again because of it.
by tendonut
3 people found this helpful
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