Hillman 1/2in Drive Wall Anchors (370036) - 100/Box
- Product Type: Drive Wall Anchors
- Anchor Length: 1/8 LS (Multi-Grip Range)
- Number in Package: 100 pk
- Thread Type: High/Low
- Application: Drywall
- Head Style: Pan
- Screw Included: Yes
- Size: 1/8 LS (Multi-Grip Range)
- Weight Capacity: 60 lb.
- Material: Metal
- For Walls 1/2"-3/4" Thickness
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Comments about Hillman 1/2in Drive Wall Anchors (370036) - 100/Box:
AVOID THESE AT ALL COSTS.
There is some seriously shoddy engineering going on with this product. The anchor in theory works by tightening the screw causing the arms to expand as the end is drawn towards the wall. Well, the threaded end piece either:
1. Catches the screw causing you to torque the arms as you are screwing
2. Strips after opening halfway allowing the screw to turn freely
3. Doesn't move at all causing the surface portion to torque and eat away the wall.
I've just had a project ruined due to these worthless anchors. To verify they were at fault I held one with pliers while screwing. Sure enough, it got about halfway open before the end piece "stripped" and the screw turned freely. I say "stripped" because it weirdly still holds the screw and allows you to unscrew it, but you cannot tighten the screw further as it just turns with to effect.
I have half a mind to send Hillman a bill for my wasted time and wall damage.
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- Couple No Kids