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5/8 in. Pop Toggles with Screws (6-Pack)

  • Use for hanging fixtures, drapery supports, pictures and more
  • Designed for indoor applications
  • Steel construction offers durable, lasting use
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Pop toggles work with various diameter sheet metal screws. They are ideal for anchoring into hollow base materials such as drywall. They are ideal for hanging electrical fixtures, drapery supports, bathroom/kitchen accessories, pictures, mirrors, and more. Pop toggles also hold strong in solid materials such as wood studs, concrete or block. The anchor is corrosion resistant, and a pre-drilled hole is required. These toggles are suited for indoor applications. Includes six (6) 5/8 in. anchors with matching combination-drive screws. Featured anchors measure 1-1/2 in. long. Maximum working load for 5/8 in. drywall is 80 lbs.
  • For drywall, plaster, and tile
  • Holds strong even if solid material is hit
  • Not recommended for ceiling applications
  • Use with stainless or brass screws in wet climates
  • When anchor is flush, use provided pin to expand anchor behind drywall
  • For vibration and shock loads, reduce working load by a safety factor of 4
  • 6 anchors per package
  • Learn more about drywall anchors here.

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5/8 in. Pop Toggles with Screws (6-Pack)
BrandEverbilt Hillman
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Price
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Ratings
(4)
(5)
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(17)
Maximum Weight Capacity (lb.)905580
Anchor Length (in.)30.750.621.5
Fastener/Connector MaterialSteelSteelSteelSteel
Fastener Head StyleRoundRoundRoundRound
Package Quantity3436
Weight Capacity (lb.)901180
Fastener TypeMolly/Toggle BoltMolly/Toggle BoltMolly/Toggle BoltMolly/Toggle Bolt
Anchor Diameter (in.) 1/4"3/16"#8
Finish Family ZincWhite
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Specifications

Dimensions

Anchor Diameter (in.)
#8
Anchor Length (in.)
1.5
Required Drill Hole Size (in.)
0.625

Details

Color Family
Silver
Drive Style
Phillips
Fastener Callout Size
5/8 in.
Fastener Head Style
Round
Fastener Plating
Zinc
Fastener Type
Molly/Toggle Bolt
Fastener/Connector Material
Steel
Features
No Additional Features
Finish
White
Finish Family
White
Included
Screw
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Maximum Weight Capacity (lb.)
80
Package Quantity
6
Product Weight (lb.)
0.068
Weight Capacity (lb.)
80

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
No

Questions & Answers

2Questions2Answers

The description says 5/8 but the product photo shows 3/8. Which is it?

Asked by Aj August 23, 2020
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Answer

Thank you for your interest in Hillman products. This product is a 3/8 pop toggle.

Max. Weight , mirror weight 75 lbs

Asked by Nick May 5, 2017
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Answer

When installed in 5/8-3/4" drywall, these hold up to 80 lbs. If your drywall is thinner, these won't work properly, or hold the indicated weight.

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I have bought these in multiple sizes for different projects now, and will continue to use these ...
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I have bought these in multiple sizes for different projects now, and will continue to use these as my go-to drywall anchors. These hold a lot of weight and feel way more secure than standard drywall anchors. I have these holding up heavy mirrors, ironing boards, tool racks, and decorations. You do have to make a pretty big hole but it is worth it for how well they work. I found that it helps a lot to use a flat head screwdriver to notch out where the fins that dig into the drywall surface go, as it is hard to insert these otherwise. This should be noted in the instructions as they really won't install properly, or at all, if you don't notch those 4 spots out, but I didn't knock a star because it was not at all hard to figure out. If you do that, it will fit in easy and flush the first time and it will be much easier to pop the anchors out with the yellow tool. Hint, if you are having to push hard enough that you might break the yellow tool, the anchor is either not flush with the wall, is too small for the thickness of drywall you are putting it in, or there is something snagging in the wall (like spray insulation, which I scraped away with some long angled tweezers). To the "I'm big and strong" people on here who can't seem to fold these easily in spite of being sooooo strong and then complaining that they broke several trying, I have included pictures of the right way to do it. For reference I am 120 lbs, and a whopping 5'3" and I can fold them with one hand. I have broken exactly zero of these out of three packages. Things tend to break when you break them, and then won't work as intended afterwards. These are great, btw.
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I used these to secure the side anchors in a three holed Everbilt Wall Double Arm Padded hangers....
I used these to secure the side anchors in a three holed Everbilt Wall Double Arm Padded hangers. The top hole was to be centered to a stud and the side mounts had the usual small anchors that if pulled enough work their way out. This product, as long as you follow the easy instructions and use the plastic pin to "pop" the anchor it is really great. I highly recommend.
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Love these toggles! So easy to use and feel so...
Love these toggles! So easy to use and feel so sturdy compared to other anchors
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same as other comments, there were problems with the mould...
same as other comments, there were problems with the mould used to create them so you couldn't bend them and insert them as designed. Also had trouble with them spinning in the wall, the hole was slightly larger than the package recommended but that was required to get them through into the wall.
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Response from Customer Service@HillmanJune 10, 2020
Thank you for your feedback, we apologize you had a negative experience with this product. Please know that quality is important to us and we incorporate consumer feedback like your to improve our products.
were the right articles for the job.
were the right articles for the job.
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Best anchors ever
I've used so many types of anchors over the years, and not been happy with any of them until I discovered these things. As other reviewers have said, they're exceptionally strong and stable, when used correctly. It's not difficult; I drill the specified-size hole, bend the 'wings' forward, hold them with some long-nosed pliers, poke it into the hole, tap home with a small hammer, then use the supplied tool to lock the wings in place inside the cavity. You feel a very positive thunk when that happens, and then the anchor isn't going anywhere. I then usually use the supplied screws, but for very demanding applications I've even used slightly larger coarser-threaded construction screws, and it's worked very well indeed. Never had one break as others have reported - I suspect they've been bent incorrectly. Love these things.
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These things work great. I used it to install my...
These things work great. I used it to install my curtain rods that wasn’t any where near studs in the wall. The curtain rods don’t budge.
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Worked as I had hoped so far......
Worked as I had hoped so far...
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Hung my first Cabinet with the Toggler, It took me a minute to figure out what the little yellow ...
Hung my first Cabinet with the Toggler, It took me a minute to figure out what the little yellow push rod was for but after I played around with it and before drilling into my wall, I thought it was pretty good. So I drilled my wall cabinet in four places with a 3/16 drill bit for no. 8 cabinet screws, ( I used cabinet screws with the big washer built in). I then placed the cabinet up on the wall and marked the 4 location to drill into the dry wall. Tapped in the Toggler (5/8") and put the yellow plunger in place and pushed in, I heard a definite click and put the cabinet back on the wall and all 4 screws lined up perfect. I then plumb up the cabinet and tightened up the screws. I then pulled on the cabinet and was very surprised how strong it felt. The cabinet was a 30"highx15"widex12"deep,,(30x15) standard wall cabinet. Now today I will attempt to hang the big one in the corner, a (30x24) diagonal wall cabinet. with only one stud found in the right area for direct screw into wood. So far this is the best hollow wall mounting system out there so far.
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