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100 lbs. Philips Pan Head Heavy-Duty Toggle LockSelf Drilling Drywall Anchors with Screws (10-Pack)

  • Deep threads and toggle clamp for strong holding power
  • Simple, easy installation with one-piece design
  • No pre-drilling necessary, installs with #2 Phillips screw driver
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Product Overview

Get superior holding power with Buildex E-Z Ancor Toggle Lock 100 lbs. Pan-Head Philips Heavy Duty Self-Drilling Drywall Anchors with Screws (10-Pack). These anchors are designed for heavy-duty ceiling or wall applications such as installing shelving, mirrors and pictures. No pre-drilling required. Install with only a #2 Philips screwdriver and #8 x 2-1/2 in. screws (included).
  • Designed for heavy-duty ceiling and wall applications in 1/2 in. and 5/8 in. drywall
  • Great for installing shelving, mirrors, pictures and more
  • 100 lbs. weight on package reflects maximum project load in 1/2 in. drywall
  • For safety in ceiling applications, a maximum weight of 50 lbs. is recommended
  • Simple, easy installation, especially when compared to ordinary toggle bolts
  • No messy pre-drilling - install with a #2 Philips screwdriver
  • Do not overtighten anchor
  • Toggle bar swivels to provide secure hold
  • Deep threads and toggle-clamp for strong holding power
  • Superior 1-piece construction prevents losing pieces behind wall
  • Do not use for mounting televisions

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Maximum Weight Capacity (lb.)100755050
Anchor Length (in.)2.51.6251.251.625
Fastener/Connector MaterialAlloyNylonAlloySteel
Fastener Head StyleFlatFlatFlatFlat
Package Quantity10505050
Finish FamilyZincZincZincZinc
Weight Capacity (lb.)100755050 lb
Anchor Diameter (in.)#8#8#71/2"
Fastener TypeMolly/Toggle BoltMolly/Toggle BoltMolly/Toggle BoltMolly/Toggle Bolt
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Specifications

Dimensions

Anchor Diameter (in.)
#8
Anchor Length (in.)
2.5
Required Drill Hole Size (in.)
0

Details

Color Family
Metallic
Drive Style
Phillips
Fastener Callout Size
#8 x 2.5
Fastener Head Style
Flat
Fastener Plating
Zinc
Fastener Type
Molly/Toggle Bolt
Fastener/Connector Material
Alloy
Features
Coated,Self Drilling
Finish
Zinc
Finish Family
Zinc
Included
Screw
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Maximum Weight Capacity (lb.)
100
Package Quantity
10
Product Weight (lb.)
.05
Returnable
180-Day
Weight Capacity (lb.)
100

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
These products are sold "AS IS" without any express or implied warranties. ITW Brands' sole liability, if any, shall be to replace this product or refund the purchase price.

Questions & Answers

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Can these be used in an application where you will need to screw and un-screw seasonally?

Asked by Daniel October 27, 2020
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It’s possible, but you will have to replace the anchor

I can not get the screw to tighten all the way. The screw acts as if it is stripped.

Asked by Walter October 16, 2020
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Can i use these anchors on the ceiling? I need to hang a pot rack so it has to be able to support the wieght.

Asked by Joe October 13, 2020
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Depending on how many screws you’ll need otherwise I think it should work

Could I use them to carry heavy load if attached to a 3/4 plywood wall

Asked by Alex October 7, 2020
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Yes you could use on your plywood as long you don' t exceed the weight initially intended for and you would need to drill holes in it to make the toggles go thru

Can I use them for mounting Over the Range Microwave? The microwave weighs 60 pounds. I need to u...

Asked by Prady August 19, 2020
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I guess you could use them, since the holes that would hang the brackets are well apart, and since the specified weight is for 100 lbs for this anchors.

How close together, vertically can you put these?

Asked by Ban August 7, 2020
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I'm not an expert but I think it would depend on the amount of weight that you are mounting. I put up a shower frame and the space was small like your question and it was fine but my shower frame had side rails to dissipate the weight. I did not use the frameless model due to sheetrock weakness and I couldn't trust these anchors to hold that weight.

Does this system work if I need to let 1/4 of the screw in order to hang my mirror with a hanging wire?

Asked by Camelotum July 16, 2020
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Hi Scott from E-Z Ancor. I want to hang a mirror that requires the screw heads to extend about 1/4 of an inch. If I install the anchor and screw it down tightly to expand the wings and snug the front surface of the anchor against the wall, if I then back out the screw a 1/4 of an inch are you saying it will loosen up again? I would expect that once the anchor is snugged in place backing out the screw a bit would not impact tightness. This would be similar to how the old metal molly anchors work. Thanks

can these be used on the ceiling?

Asked by Jpool May 4, 2020
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Hi Jpool, this is Scott from the E-Z Ancor Product team. Yes, you can use the E-Z Toggle Lock in the ceiling to hand a small bracket.

Can I buy just 60 screws since I have the anchors already installed. What type of screws do I need?

Asked by Arturo April 27, 2020
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Hi Arturo, this Scott from the E-Z Ancor product team. The E-Z Toggle Lock uses a #8 x 2-1/2" screw.

What is the drill hole size? I understand it's not required to pre-drill, but I already have hole...

Asked by Sherrian March 10, 2020
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Hi, I am Scott from ITW Brands – E-Z Ancor. The max drill size would be a 25/64. The hole should be no larger than .40".

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These anchors are by far the BEST drywall anchors I have ever, or will ever use!!! Nothing compar...
These anchors are by far the BEST drywall anchors I have ever, or will ever use!!! Nothing compares!!! Holding these floating shelves up when no other anchor would. ☆
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Easy to use. Just follow the simple instructions. Worked like a charm for me. It met my expectati...
Easy to use. Just follow the simple instructions. Worked like a charm for me. It met my expectations totally
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Used 8 of these to mount a 95 x 55 inch TV wall panel. All of them worked and none of them broke...
Used 8 of these to mount a 95 x 55 inch TV wall panel. All of them worked and none of them broke. I have used this for many other things including Big TV mounts and wall hooks that heavy backpacks are regularly hung from. All of them have worked and none of them have broken. I use a drill to screw them into the drywall and tighten the screw. All of them have worked and none of them have broken. I'm guessing that most of the bad reviews would fall under "user error" Sometimes you have to pull the screw out and put it back in to get it to work and after the screw is flush you have to keep tightening it until it is seated against the back of the wall. Definitely worth buying.
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DO NOT BUY IF LATH AND PLASTER. I tried these and had two problems immediately. I pre-drilled t...
DO NOT BUY IF LATH AND PLASTER. I tried these and had two problems immediately. I pre-drilled through the plaster and the lath successfully using a 5/8 drill. The bolt inserted firmly but when I tried to seat it using the #2 phillips head, the final thread on the head end gouged out the plaster and brown coat. Well, I wasn't too concerned, because in my application the holes would be hidden under an escutcheon. Then came the time to screw in the center-screws and pivot out the toggle, and of the three I needed, only one seated itself properly. As I am screwing into a ceiling, that means I now have to go up into the crawl space and figure out why this new fangled contraption isn't toggling properly. I'm glad this wasn't into a wall, or I'd never be able to see what went wrong on the other side.
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I needed a wall anchor to support a cabinet suspension steel rail. The rail was pre-perferated t...
I needed a wall anchor to support a cabinet suspension steel rail. The rail was pre-perferated to accommodate the manufacture's fastening adjustment system, which required 12-inch spacing between attachment points, and my application required that the rail be mounted with it's top edge 0.9 inch from the ceiling. I needed a reasonably heavy duty anchor between studs that, when installed, would not interfere with the top plate of the wall's framing. My first choice would have been something different, but the wall framing clearance issue made this anchor the only practical choice. By rotating the EZ Anchor so that it's toggle bar was parallel to the ceiling, my clearance problem was solved. The negative reviews here were discouraging, but the positive reviews made it clear that if you understand how this anchor works, and work carefully, the result will be satisfying. The tips I can offer are similar to those in other reviews: 1) read the instructions and look at the video if things aren't clear; 2) exercise the fastener before installation so you understand how it works; 3) spray a small amount or WD-40 on the anchor and screw before installing and wipe off excess; 4) drill a small pilot hole (1/8 - inch or so); 5) drive the anchor in to the wall slowly and carefully as to not make the hole larger than it needs to be, don't over-tighten; 6) use a flat washer under the screw head if possible; 7) gently tap in the screw to pivot the toggle bar and turn slowly, no power drivers, and; 8) don't over-tighten the final installation - clamped friction is what makes the anchor work, not torque.
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Horrific! Do not buy this product!
As with the other reviews I had 100% of the anchors fail when trying to use them. This product claims to support 100 Lbs the design is so poor that if you're able to get it in the wall the odds are that the product has failed and would compromise what you're hanging. I would encourage Home Depot to discontinue working with this supplier.
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A wall in our laundry room had no studs to...
A wall in our laundry room had no studs to use as supports for a shelf for putting heavier items on, so i found these at HD. They were easy to install and they easily support the weight. They did the job they claim to do. Excellent product.
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The anchors were sturdy and easy to use. My...
The anchors were sturdy and easy to use. My wall shelves are very secure thanks to these anchors.Dave73
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