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Grip-It TV Bracket Plasterboard Fixing Kit £4.90 delivered using code // Gripit 25mm Blue Plasterboard Fixings 25pk £7.99 w/code (more in post) @ Gripit

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Refreshed 31st Jul 2018 (Posted 26th Jun 2018)
*Updated 31st July: Deal is back on the Gripit Plasterboard TV kit, plus some other products are discounted see below*


Gripit Bracket Plasterboard TV Kit for £4.90 delivered using code H3JFTT8YE4RF

The Gripit Bracket Plasterboard TV Kit for £4.90 delivered - useful for hanging a wall mounted television bracket.

Use code H3JFTT8YE4RF to get this price directly at Gripit (company featured on Dragons Den)

Scores 4.6 out of 5 on Amazon reviews and lowest I have seen it

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6 x Gripit Blue
6 x Locking washers
6 x Flat Washers
6 x M8x30mm bolts
25mm Gripit Flat Drill Bit

GripIt fixings are designed for use with all types of plasterboard installations. Using
their uniquely designed slim gripping wings, GripIt fixings fold out in the gap behind the board and produce the most effective and secure fixing in the world today.

The GripIt TV Kit contains everything you need to hang a wall mounted television bracket. One 25 mm fixing can hold up to a maximum load of 180 kg (safe load 90 kg).








Gripit 25mm Blue Plasterboard Fixings (25pk) - £7.99 free delivery using code 958S0P3WG29Z

Gripit blue 25 pack for £7.99 delivered using code 958S0P3WG29Z

Looks to be the cheapest price online

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Use Gripit Blue for seriously heavy stuff, this fixing will hold the heaviest of domestic heating boilers - no trouble.

Just one Gripit Blue holds up to 113KG. To install, you will require a 25mm drill bit. Each Gripit Blue is supplied with an M8 X 30mm bolt.




The Gripit Assorted Kit £9 delivered with code NCH58BZ9MPH3

Gripit assorted kit for £9 using code NCH58BZ9MPH3

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Contains 32 mixed Gripit fixings, and all the relevant screws and bolts.





Gripit Green 100 pack £6.72 with code EPJT3HJBP26K

Gripit green 100 pack for £6.72 with code EPJT3HJBP26K

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Just one Gripit Green holds up to 20kg. Simply fit Gripit Green using a drill or screwdriver. There’s no need for pre-drilling or pilot holes and you won’t damage the walls - genius.

The inner cam section rotates, so unlike other self-drives you can’t overtighten it, no matter how hard you try.Each Gripit Green is supplied with a 3.5mm x 30mm screw.



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I just use blu tack. It’s far cheaper
b1g1an27/06/2018 15:42

Rubbish fixings that ruins your walls!


Stupid post
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mmm interesting. The only flaw I can see is if you decide to no longer have a TV in that place you will need to fille those bog holes these leave behind but admittedly once you have a TV on a wall it will very rarely be replaced by anything other than another TV.
How does this work with insulation backed plasterboard? Am going to be converting a garage soon and was wondering how I'd get my TV up on the wall securely... except I'm using insulation backed plasterboard to meet buildings regs.
Sorry but that's way to expensive but gd post
The_IMF4 m ago

How does this work with insulation backed plasterboard? Am going to be …How does this work with insulation backed plasterboard? Am going to be converting a garage soon and was wondering how I'd get my TV up on the wall securely... except I'm using insulation backed plasterboard to meet buildings regs.


You need to buy the drill bit that cuts away blockages behind plasterboard. I think the full kit includes this bit.
The_IMF27/06/2018 14:12

How does this work with insulation backed plasterboard? Am going to be …How does this work with insulation backed plasterboard? Am going to be converting a garage soon and was wondering how I'd get my TV up on the wall securely... except I'm using insulation backed plasterboard to meet buildings regs.


This will work kitchen fitters use these for large gaps between units and wall


Edited by: "Fox_meister" 27th Jun 2018
The_IMF8 m ago

How does this work with insulation backed plasterboard? Am going to be …How does this work with insulation backed plasterboard? Am going to be converting a garage soon and was wondering how I'd get my TV up on the wall securely... except I'm using insulation backed plasterboard to meet buildings regs.


Probably same way you would deal with dot and dab plasterboard and use an undercut drill bit to just make space for the wings to open up. I have used these on my dot and dab wall and they have worked perfectly.
If its just celtex foam insulation at the back, you can still use them without the under cutting tool as that stuff is pretty soft. there's only two small lugs that stop the fixing falling forward.
Fox_meister3 m ago

This will work kitchen fitters use these for large gaps between units and …This will work kitchen fitters use these for large gaps between units and wall [Video]


Looks good but no way I can get behind the plaster board to bridge the gap between the plasterboard face and the brick wall unfortunately unless I plan where the TV will go before the plasterboard goes up... but knowing me, they'll probably fall down before I put the screws on
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Homebase castle point
So if you leave near a homebase outlet you can pick up the grip it big bucket which is £40 Screwfix and £18 in there and that come with everything nearly so I do hope this help people out
Chizz38 m ago

Homebase castle point


Rayleigh ?
I personally like/use these - screwfix.com/c/s…108

The tool is pretty useful if you have a newer house with plasterboard all over... I bought the stanley one when there was the homebase clearout. I've only hung TV and kitchen units though. Nothing over 20kg+
The Grip its are amazing, especially when you live in a plasterboard hour like mine! They are solid, mine have been holding my tv up for almost two years now.
Rubbish fixings that ruins your walls!
Good fixings and they will hold an impressive weight. Currently holding up my kitchen wall units filled with crockery.
b1g1an27/06/2018 15:42

Rubbish fixings that ruins your walls!


Stupid post
This is exactly what I need.

Thanks for posting OP it’s a great price for what it is!
Fully recommend these if, like me, you live in a new build and are surrounded by plasterboard
I am a complete novice when it comes to diy. But i have succesfully mounted 7 televisions in our house using these fittings.
The only problem i had was when i encountered a little bit of dot and dab.
Oh, and there was the time where i drilled through a plastic radiator pipe....
Edited by: "scottmathewjenkins" 27th Jun 2018
Grrrrr picked up a pack of these at Screwfix this morning for almost £9. Never used them before but thought i'd give them a try on a large vertical panel radiator. Wasn't impressed to be honest as the large plug disc/plug is visible even after the rad bracket is in place. In the end i only used one and finished the job using a pack of hollow wall anchor fixings which are a fraction of the price.

If your hanging a large expensive tv then perhaps they worth it, otherwise just go for hollow anchor fixings.
25% owned by Deborah from "Dragon's Den", I'll pass.
This is the best way to fix with plasterboard. Small hole, install fixing. Screwdriver, drill driver or special tool & job done. The house will come down before the TV etc. Cheap, cheap, cheap & best best best.
Here
Edited by: "HOTPOT" 27th Jun 2018
A good idea, but would you trust the plaster board to take the weight of your nice expensive tv?
Massive hole. Stick with hollow wall anchors (Gripit sell them too) = small hole.
Edited by: "ssc1" 28th Jun 2018
These things are incredible, A guy who worked for sky doing large installations said they used them all the time, I've got 4 holding up an enormous tv in our front room and I genuinely believe they could withstand a nuclear blast. You are buying absolute piece of mind.
Inquisitor6 h, 12 m ago

I personally like/use these - …I personally like/use these - https://www.screwfix.com/c/screws-nails-fixings/anchors/cat840108The tool is pretty useful if you have a newer house with plasterboard all over... I bought the stanley one when there was the homebase clearout. I've only hung TV and kitchen units though. Nothing over 20kg+


Couldn't recommend these enough. I got the gun and fixings and have hung cupboards and my 65" tv. With a larger tv it is essential to screw directly into the studding as well for security.
I just use blu tack. It’s far cheaper
Thanks OP. I'm shopping for a new TV and I was wondering how to hang it to the plasterboard, they seem to have a good reputation. Any recommendation for a good wall bracket for a 65" TV?
mcdarius4 h, 56 m ago

25% owned by Deborah from "Dragon's Den", I'll pass.


IDIOT!

... I'm out!
If you have dot and dab use longer screws and fix to the wall behind the platerboard. If you have stud walls locate the studs and screw to the studs.
mentm28/06/2018 11:31

If you have dot and dab use longer screws and fix to the wall behind the …If you have dot and dab use longer screws and fix to the wall behind the platerboard. If you have stud walls locate the studs and screw to the studs.


Well obviously securing to a stud is the best option but it's not always possible depending on what you're hanging and where. I use these all the time now and they're brilliant. Not sure I'd trust them or the plasterboard to hold a big TV or kitchen cabinet but for things like large mirrors, curtain poles, etc. they're ideal.
Echelon45 m ago

Well obviously securing to a stud is the best option but it's not always …Well obviously securing to a stud is the best option but it's not always possible depending on what you're hanging and where. I use these all the time now and they're brilliant. Not sure I'd trust them or the plasterboard to hold a big TV or kitchen cabinet but for things like large mirrors, curtain poles, etc. they're ideal.



You'd be putting curtain poles on an outside wall, so just use longer screws and fix to the wall behind.

For things like mirrors i use the ones you can screw in (self drill fixings) so they can be easily removed and reused, and they dont leave a massive hole to be filed in.
mcdarius19 h, 20 m ago

25% owned by Deborah from "Dragon's Den", I'll pass.


She needs a good seeing to. That’s all.
maximum load of 180 kg (safe load 90 kg)


So a 120kg load wouldn;t be safe? :/
Says £4.90 delivered on here but am getting £4.89 after discount but also showing £3.95 standard delivery a total off £8.85 ?
Anyone confirm postage is still applicable on this deal ?
get the old fashioned spring toggles or gravity toggles
deeky28th Jun

maximum load of 180 kg (safe load 90 kg)So a 120kg load wouldn;t be safe? …maximum load of 180 kg (safe load 90 kg)So a 120kg load wouldn;t be safe?


No, it wouldn't.

Lots of things (like cranes for example) have a maximum load which it will have been tested to but a lower "safe working load" which is what it can be used for on a daily basis. It's just a way of proving it's safety limit for general use.
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