Gripit 15mm Yellow Plasterboard Fixings 100pk Trade Tub was £46.99 now  £24.99 Delivered w/code @ GripIt Fixings (£37.99 - £49.99 elsewhere)
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Gripit 15mm Yellow Plasterboard Fixings 100pk Trade Tub was £46.99 now £24.99 Delivered w/code @ GripIt Fixings (£37.99 - £49.99 elsewhere)

£24.99£37.9934%Gripit Fixings Deals
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Found 11th Oct
Please note that the price is for 100 of these & is the cheapest around by a large margin since they are £37.99 at Argos / Amazon & £49.99 at Screwfix

You need to use code 3713CTF8K0SR at checkout to bring the on site price down from £46.99 to £24.99 Delivered - they have great reviews across the net too.

Thought they were worth sharing at this price

Use Gripit Yellow for real heavy stuff, like curtain rails. They’re strong enough for all the swags and tails as well - holds up to 71kg & Each Gripit Yellow is supplied with a 4.0 X 25mm screw.


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Just one Gripit Yellow plasterboard fixings holds up to 71KG. To install, you will require a 15mm Drill Bit

Each Gripit Yellow is supplied with a 4.0 X 25mm screw.

Use Gripit Yellow for real heavy stuff, like curtain rails. They’re strong enough for all the swags and tails as wel
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carl8728 m ago

I have used these and they are great. Make sure tho that your …I have used these and they are great. Make sure tho that your plasterboards are 15mm thick, I have just bought a house and tried them but the boards are 12mm so they are no good for 12mm. In my old house I used them on 15mm boards to hold a TV bracket, I had 4 and the bracket could be hung on by a small child


Majority of plasterboard's sold in the UK to the building trade are either 12.5mm or 9.5mm, in 39 years delivered very few 15mm.
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Anyone tried these? I’m on the fence.

Been using M5/M6 spring toggles for heavy stuff (cabinets, TV on articulating arm mount, etc.) and self drive metal fixings for medium weight (mirrors, shelves, etc.).
It says on the tub 5.0×25mm screw....
donslibi50 m ago

Anyone tried these? I’m on the fence. Been using M5/M6 spring toggles for h …Anyone tried these? I’m on the fence. Been using M5/M6 spring toggles for heavy stuff (cabinets, TV on articulating arm mount, etc.) and self drive metal fixings for medium weight (mirrors, shelves, etc.).


I have used these and they are great. Make sure tho that your plasterboards are 15mm thick, I have just bought a house and tried them but the boards are 12mm so they are no good for 12mm. In my old house I used them on 15mm boards to hold a TV bracket, I had 4 and the bracket could be hung on by a small child
carl8728 m ago

I have used these and they are great. Make sure tho that your …I have used these and they are great. Make sure tho that your plasterboards are 15mm thick, I have just bought a house and tried them but the boards are 12mm so they are no good for 12mm. In my old house I used them on 15mm boards to hold a TV bracket, I had 4 and the bracket could be hung on by a small child


Majority of plasterboard's sold in the UK to the building trade are either 12.5mm or 9.5mm, in 39 years delivered very few 15mm.
My boards are 12.5mm thick and are absolutely fine!

Have you made sure that the wings are out on each fixing properly?
Sorry I must of got my numbers mixed up, all I know is they are no good for the house I have bought, I opened the wings but there was movement between the fixing and the plasterboards, I will give them another go on the weekend
I've used the larger blue ones to hang a 43 inch TV... Still up a year later
Edited by: "jameswalker457" 11th Oct
donslibi1 h, 39 m ago

Anyone tried these? I’m on the fence. Been using M5/M6 spring toggles for h …Anyone tried these? I’m on the fence. Been using M5/M6 spring toggles for heavy stuff (cabinets, TV on articulating arm mount, etc.) and self drive metal fixings for medium weight (mirrors, shelves, etc.).


I have, they seem fairly sturdy but the downside is the leave a much bigger hole than other plasterboard fittings if you ever decide to remove them, probably too big a hole to fill with polyfilla.
Edited by: "spoo" 11th Oct
jameswalker45713 m ago

I've used the larger blue ones to hang a 43 inch TV... Still up a year …I've used the larger blue ones to hang a 43 inch TV... Still up a year later


You know, you just cursed yourself , any minute now
ws0071 m ago

You know, you just cursed yourself , any minute now


Haha! I went OTT and used 8 apparently holds a few 100 kilos.... Wouldn't like to test it tho
Edited by: "jameswalker457" 11th Oct
I just use turbos/pigtails plaster board fixings as they are cheaper
Butterfly fixings are the better option imo
carl871 h, 30 m ago

Sorry I must of got my numbers mixed up, all I know is they are no good …Sorry I must of got my numbers mixed up, all I know is they are no good for the house I have bought, I opened the wings but there was movement between the fixing and the plasterboards, I will give them another go on the weekend


When you drill the screw in, it pulls the middle tight to the board. It has a moveable middle to adapt to different widths, but doing the final step will tighten.
donslibi3 h, 11 m ago

Anyone tried these? I’m on the fence. Been using M5/M6 spring toggles for h …Anyone tried these? I’m on the fence. Been using M5/M6 spring toggles for heavy stuff (cabinets, TV on articulating arm mount, etc.) and self drive metal fixings for medium weight (mirrors, shelves, etc.).


I wouldn't use them on a fence personally.
antfootitt17 m ago

When you drill the screw in, it pulls the middle tight to the board. It …When you drill the screw in, it pulls the middle tight to the board. It has a moveable middle to adapt to different widths, but doing the final step will tighten.


What he said ⬆
It's £7.44 for 25 on Amazon. Slightly more expensive but good if you don't want 100!
Used these to hang a radiator a while ago. Ok. But it did leave big holes in some cases when I got it wrong
sammyfernandes43 m ago

I wouldn't use them on a fence personally.


Why’s that? And what would you recommend for heavy items
donslibi26 m ago

Why’s that? And what would you recommend for heavy items


Spring toggles or Gripit are both fine for heavy stuff. Your plasterboard will fail before they do (even with full skim). The only way to get something stronger is to secure behind the plasterboard, either onto the studs or on a dot and dab wall with Rigifix (they are incredibly strong).
Edited by: "edanfalls" 11th Oct
Ordered.


Thank You
donslibi1 h, 20 m ago

Why’s that? And what would you recommend for heavy items


Whoosh.
Great Find! Been looking at these for ages!
Great
Use rawplugs
ilovemoney_ilovemoney1 h, 6 m ago

Use rawplugs


This is poor advice. They’re not designed for use with plasterboard and will have very little fixing strength. They’re also known as ‘Rawl plugs’.
Edited by: "Murgatr0yd" 12th Oct
donslibi23 h, 25 m ago

Anyone tried these? I’m on the fence. Been using M5/M6 spring toggles for h …Anyone tried these? I’m on the fence. Been using M5/M6 spring toggles for heavy stuff (cabinets, TV on articulating arm mount, etc.) and self drive metal fixings for medium weight (mirrors, shelves, etc.).


Though they were rubbish.
Tried these on a plasterboard wall with a skim on top - the fixing just squashed and broke as it couldn’t penetrate the wall. So what are people fixing to bare plasterboard in a house? I can’t see an application for these, at least for myself.
Edited by: "MSTRBKR" 14th Oct
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