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Model # 50357

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1-1/4 in. 20 lb. Vinyl Coated Steel Mug Hooks (2-Pack)

  • Use to organize coffee cups or complete small DIY projects
  • Sharp point bites into wood quickly and easily
  • Pack includes 2 hooks
$ 1 92
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Product Overview

  • Use to organize coffee cups or complete small DIY projects
  • Sharp point bites into wood quickly and easily
  • Pack includes 2 hooks
The OOK 1-1/4 in. 20 lb. Vinyl-Coated Steel Mug Hooks (2-Pack) can help create extra room in your kitchen by hanging cups, mugs, pots and brooms. Optimize the kitchen space. Holds up to 20lbs. White, Vinyl coating blends in with any kitchen decor.
  • Use to hang items such as cups, mugs, pots and brooms
  • Supports up to 20 lb.
  • White, vinyl coating blends in with any kitchen decor
  • Vinyl coated

Product Overview

  • Use to organize coffee cups or complete small DIY projects
  • Sharp point bites into wood quickly and easily
  • Pack includes 2 hooks
Model #: 50357
Sku #: 480451
Internet #: 100172986

The OOK 1-1/4 in. 20 lb. Vinyl-Coated Steel Mug Hooks (2-Pack) can help create extra room in your kitchen by hanging cups, mugs, pots and brooms. Optimize the kitchen space. Holds up to 20lbs. White, Vinyl coating blends in with any kitchen decor.

  • Use to hang items such as cups, mugs, pots and brooms
  • Supports up to 20 lb.
  • White, vinyl coating blends in with any kitchen decor
  • Vinyl coated

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Price
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Ratings (3) (6) (9) (4)
Maximum Weight Capacity (lb.) 20 20 1 0
Package Quantity 2 4 40 40
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Specifications

Dimensions

Hook opening (in.)
0
Product Depth (in.)
0.7
Product Height (in.)
4.72
Product Length (in.)
1.25
Product Width (in.)
1.922
Projection (in.)
0
Thread length (in.)
0

Details

Child safe
No
Fastener Type
Picture/Mirror Hanging Hook
Finish Family
White
Hardware Included
No
Hook type
Single Headed
Material
Steel
Maximum Weight Capacity (lb.)
20
Package Quantity
2
Product Weight (lb.)
.028125lb
Returnable
90-Day
Vinyl coating
Yes
Washable/Reusable
No

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
The sale of this product is "as is" and without any express warranties. Liability, if any, is limited to the refund of purchase price only upon return of product, package and original receipt to manufacturer.

Specifications

Dimensions

Hook opening (in.)
0
Product Depth (in.)
0.7
Product Height (in.)
4.72
Product Length (in.)
1.25
Product Width (in.)
1.922
Projection (in.)
0
Thread length (in.)
0

Details

Child safe
No
Fastener Type
Picture/Mirror Hanging Hook
Finish Family
White
Hardware Included
No
Hook type
Single Headed
Material
Steel
Maximum Weight Capacity (lb.)
20
Package Quantity
2
Product Weight (lb.)
.028125lb
Returnable
90-Day
Vinyl coating
Yes
Washable/Reusable
No

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
The sale of this product is "as is" and without any express warranties. Liability, if any, is limited to the refund of purchase price only upon return of product, package and original receipt to manufacturer.

Questions & Answers

Would a 3/4 in. dowel fit in the hook or would it have to be smaller?

Would a 3/4 in. dowel fit in the hook or would it have to be smaller?
Asked by: Dana
No, a 3/4 in. dowel wont fit in the hook
Answered by: Communityanswer
Date published: 2019-04-12

How do I install it?

Do I just drill a whole that matches the size and then screw the hook in?
Asked by: Lilly
In soft wood you may not even need to drill a hole, but if you do, use a drill bit slightly smaller in diameter of the screw. You want the screw to be able to grip some wood.
Answered by: DrewShock
Date published: 2018-03-01
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