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Dewalt 300 Piece Plasterboard Anchor Kit Organiser Box, Now £30.99 + Free Click & Collect @ Screwfix
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Dewalt 300 Piece Plasterboard Anchor Kit Organiser Box, Now £30.99 + Free Click & Collect @ Screwfix

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Posted 16th JanEdited by:"Mysticaltopaz24"

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Usually £54.99 at Screwfix , Now £30.99 with free C&C. A nice saving of around £25 as currently on Amazon £56.21 amazon.co.uk/DeW…5V4
Ideal for both trade and DIY use. Supplied in stackable organiser box. Compatible with other Stanley and DeWalt junior organisers.

  • Ideal for Large Users of Zip-Its
  • Easy to Carry & Refill
  • Clips Prevent Products Mixing or Falling Out

PRODUCT CONTENTS200 x metal zip-its, 100 x nylon zip-its, 300 x screws, PZ#2 screwdriver and organiser.
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Would you recommend this product? Yes
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Saves time and fixes securely
18 Dec 2019
By Krustyone
Horsham
" I was sceptical when I bought this set, but after fitting a few items, there was no need to drill a hole, the anchors cut into the plasterboard and achieve a secure fixing. The storage box makes life a lot easier too. "
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b1g1an16/01/2020 17:09

Again, utter rubbish unless you're referring to this particular brand, all …Again, utter rubbish unless you're referring to this particular brand, all the brands I've used will hold very heavy loads, the construction industry tend to use these over other types!


Erm, ive been working in the construction industry for over 20 years and the only people I know that use this kind of fixing are cowboys who don't know any better! These are for for hanging a picture on the wall or something very light. You come on to my site carrying this junk then you're just gonna get laughed at lol
Groovii.D16/01/2020 16:52

These are really poor type of fitting. Fischer do a very good plastic …These are really poor type of fitting. Fischer do a very good plastic plug for plasterboard.


No they're not, no idea if Fischer ones are better but there is nothing wrong with these unless they're poorly fitted.
These are really poor type of fitting. Fischer do a very good plastic plug for plasterboard.
Edited by: "Groovii.D" 16th Jan
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These are really poor type of fitting. Fischer do a very good plastic plug for plasterboard.
Edited by: "Groovii.D" 16th Jan
Whilst the price reduction is good, I'm not surprised they are clearing these out.
They aren't very effective for anything other than very light loads.
If you don't put one in a vice and prethread/ run the screw through, there is a good chance of the tightening torque overcoming the plasterboard grip and it just coming out leaving a big hole.
I prefer hollow wall anchors.
So hot price but a flawed product
I have to say I'm struggling with this one! Is this any better than this:
screwfix.com/p/d…23h

Hard to tell from the picture, but the box does seem quite sturdy compared to similar Screwfix own brand, but then it doesn't look tstak compatible. If anyone can confirm tstak compatibility that would be helpful, otherwise I will spend my £30 on a couple of bottles of Vodka!
Nice Stanley Sortmaster
Groovii.D16/01/2020 16:52

These are really poor type of fitting. Fischer do a very good plastic …These are really poor type of fitting. Fischer do a very good plastic plug for plasterboard.


No they're not, no idea if Fischer ones are better but there is nothing wrong with these unless they're poorly fitted.
mozzer_Morris16/01/2020 17:00

Whilst the price reduction is good, I'm not surprised they are clearing …Whilst the price reduction is good, I'm not surprised they are clearing these out.They aren't very effective for anything other than very light loads.If you don't put one in a vice and prethread/ run the screw through, there is a good chance of the tightening torque overcoming the plasterboard grip and it just coming out leaving a big hole.I prefer hollow wall anchors. So hot price but a flawed product


Again, utter rubbish unless you're referring to this particular brand, all the brands I've used will hold very heavy loads, the construction industry tend to use these over other types!
Edited by: "b1g1an" 16th Jan
b1g1an16/01/2020 17:09

Again, utter rubbish unless you're referring to this particular brand, all …Again, utter rubbish unless you're referring to this particular brand, all the brands I've used will hold very heavy loads, the construction industry tend to use these over other types!


Agree. Everything in my house are held up with these. Including a very old heavy 49” tv. Have some heat
b1g1an16/01/2020 17:09

Again, utter rubbish unless you're referring to this particular brand, all …Again, utter rubbish unless you're referring to this particular brand, all the brands I've used will hold very heavy loads, the construction industry tend to use these over other types!


Avast there me hearties.......put another anchor in me boards and yer'll feel me cat scratch yer backs, ahaaa!
mozzer_Morris16/01/2020 17:20

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Stupid, unrealistic test that shows nothing other then the reviewer is an idiot and in fact proves my point of "unless they're poorly fitted".
b1g1an16/01/2020 17:09

Again, utter rubbish unless you're referring to this particular brand, all …Again, utter rubbish unless you're referring to this particular brand, all the brands I've used will hold very heavy loads, the construction industry tend to use these over other types!


I work in the construction industry and literally don't know anyone who would use these. They're pretty much the most light duty fixings available for hollow walls.
balvinder_bharaj16/01/2020 17:01

I have to say I'm struggling with this one! Is this any better than …I have to say I'm struggling with this one! Is this any better than this:https://www.screwfix.com/p/dewalt-nylon-plug-assortment-box-300-pcs/1923hHard to tell from the picture, but the box does seem quite sturdy compared to similar Screwfix own brand, but then it doesn't look tstak compatible. If anyone can confirm tstak compatibility that would be helpful, otherwise I will spend my £30 on a couple of bottles of Vodka!


I’m sure the first ones are plasterboard fixings and the second one is more fittings for brickwork. The dewalt box is the same as stanley sortmaster which is not Tstak compatible
I would not hang a key ring on these fittings. They are poor plus they make a mess of the wall
Edited by: "scaryrobert" 16th Jan
b1g1an16/01/2020 17:26

Stupid, unrealistic test that shows nothing other then the reviewer is an …Stupid, unrealistic test that shows nothing other then the reviewer is an idiot and in fact proves my point of "unless they're poorly fitted".


b1g1an16/01/2020 17:09

Again, utter rubbish unless you're referring to this particular brand, all …Again, utter rubbish unless you're referring to this particular brand, all the brands I've used will hold very heavy loads, the construction industry tend to use these over other types!


Erm, ive been working in the construction industry for over 20 years and the only people I know that use this kind of fixing are cowboys who don't know any better! These are for for hanging a picture on the wall or something very light. You come on to my site carrying this junk then you're just gonna get laughed at lol
Use the metal umbrella type with a fixing tool. Plastic ones are a waste of time
Butterfly fixings are alot better for heavier loads onto plasterboard
scaryrobert16/01/2020 17:41

I would not hang a key ring on these fittings. They are poor plus they …I would not hang a key ring on these fittings. They are poor plus they make a mess of the wall


They only make a mess if you don't fit them properly. They are fine for hanging lost of things including key rings.
FatherTed16/01/2020 19:37

They only make a mess if you don't fit them properly. They are fine for …They only make a mess if you don't fit them properly. They are fine for hanging lost of things including key rings.


Totally agree. Messy if not done right. The self drilling is not particularly good. I always drill I pilot hole first just in case.
b1g1an16/01/2020 17:09

Again, utter rubbish unless you're referring to this particular brand, all …Again, utter rubbish unless you're referring to this particular brand, all the brands I've used will hold very heavy loads, the construction industry tend to use these over other types!


No they don't
andyb8316/01/2020 17:37

I work in the construction industry and literally don't know anyone who …I work in the construction industry and literally don't know anyone who would use these. They're pretty much the most light duty fixings available for hollow walls.


Agreed. I'm a joiner and if anyone used these they'd be marched off site.

Always try and get in to the stud where possible.

I've used those gripit things for light loads and they're not bad. Not great either.

If hanging a TV I'd definitely get into the studs.
Argyll6816/01/2020 20:48

Agreed. I'm a joiner and if anyone used these they'd be marched off site. …Agreed. I'm a joiner and if anyone used these they'd be marched off site. Always try and get in to the stud where possible. I've used those gripit things for light loads and they're not bad. Not great either. If hanging a TV I'd definitely get into the studs.


Absolutely, you're never more than 300mm from a stud! Otherwise I'd always use intersets.
scaryrobert16/01/2020 17:39

I’m sure the first ones are plasterboard fixings and the second one is m …I’m sure the first ones are plasterboard fixings and the second one is more fittings for brickwork. The dewalt box is the same as stanley sortmaster which is not Tstak compatible


Good luck putting those into brick.....
These are better i use all them all time same 300 and half the price at toolstation
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andyb8316/01/2020 20:58

Absolutely, you're never more than 300mm from a stud! Otherwise I'd always …Absolutely, you're never more than 300mm from a stud! Otherwise I'd always use intersets.


Lol, showing your ignorance now, dot and dab dry lining has no studs and paramount walls are a metre apart.

If you do have stuffed walls obviously you'd use the studs and then you don't need any of this type of fixing.
Edited by: "b1g1an" 16th Jan
b1g1an16/01/2020 21:37

Lol, showing your ignorance now, dot and dab dry lining has no studs and …Lol, showing your ignorance now, dot and dab dry lining has no studs and paramount walls are a metre apart.If you do have stuffed walls obviously you'd use the studs and then you don't need any of this type of fixing.


Wow, so serious. I do this for a living so there won't be much you can tell me about it. The fact remains that anyone using these fixings for anything other than very light duty stuff doesn't really know what they're doing.
sul16/01/2020 18:26

Erm, ive been working in the construction industry for over 20 years and …Erm, ive been working in the construction industry for over 20 years and the only people I know that use this kind of fixing are cowboys who don't know any better! These are for for hanging a picture on the wall or something very light. You come on to my site carrying this junk then you're just gonna get laughed at lol


Wrongety, wrong, wrong, wrong but whatever makes you happy.
andyb8316/01/2020 21:42

Wow, so serious. I do this for a living so there won't be much you can …Wow, so serious. I do this for a living so there won't be much you can tell me about it. The fact remains that anyone using these fixings for anything other than very light duty stuff doesn't really know what they're doing.


Given you said gripits are ok it doesn't say much for your knowledge... Worst things ever.

Think we'll just have to beg to differ on this one.
b1g1an16/01/2020 21:52

Given you said gripits are ok it doesn't say much for your knowledge... …Given you said gripits are ok it doesn't say much for your knowledge... Worst things ever.Think we'll just have to beg to differ on this one.


Gripits? Never mentioned them. Think you're confused.
b1g1an16/01/2020 17:26

Stupid, unrealistic test that shows nothing other then the reviewer is an …Stupid, unrealistic test that shows nothing other then the reviewer is an idiot and in fact proves my point of "unless they're poorly fitted".


Explain how is it unrealistic and how was it poorly fitted?
b1g1an16/01/2020 21:52

Given you said gripits are ok it doesn't say much for your knowledge... …Given you said gripits are ok it doesn't say much for your knowledge... Worst things ever.Think we'll just have to beg to differ on this one.


Im gonna assume youre just a DIY warrior so ima just leave things there
andyb8316/01/2020 21:00

Good luck putting those into brick.....


Have u looked at what we were referring to?
scaryrobert16/01/2020 22:12

Have u looked at what we were referring to?


Perhaps not. Apologies, I misinterpreted your comment. I didn't realise you were referring to the video!
There is nothing wrong with these fasteners (when used correctly)

I just see a lot of people puffing there chests out.
Never argue with an idiot. They take you down to their level and beat you with experience.
What would you guys use to put a hand rail up 4 metres plasterboard new build wall
These types of drywall / plasterboard fittings are awful. Avoid! You'd be better off with dry wall anchors and a setting tool.
darrenshelly117/01/2020 14:24

What would you guys use to put a hand rail up 4 metres plasterboard new …What would you guys use to put a hand rail up 4 metres plasterboard new build wall


I'd use dry wall anchors. They hold around 15-20kg each. If it's really heavy you'll want to get it into the brick / stud work.
darrenshelly117/01/2020 14:24

What would you guys use to put a hand rail up 4 metres plasterboard new …What would you guys use to put a hand rail up 4 metres plasterboard new build wall


Is it dot and dabbed or on studs?
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