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.
out of 228 reviews
37% recommend this product
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Apr 21, 2021
Did not work
Bought two. The first one sheered off in the drywall. Second one did not open. Ended up retrofitting toggle anchors in order to use the hooks.
Sep 8, 2020
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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Aug 1, 2020
Easy to install
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
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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Feb 23, 2020
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.
DO NOT BUY. This item is garbage. See pictures. It split and bent sideways when initially screwin...
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.
3 people found this helpful
Sep 26, 2018
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.