Gripit odd job DIY kit £6.49 delivered @ The Deal Channel Amazon
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Gripit odd job DIY kit £6.49 delivered @ The Deal Channel Amazon

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Found 29th Jun
Contents:

10 x Yellow 15mm Fixings with Screws shear safe load 50kg

10 x Red 18mm Fixings with Screws - shear safe load 60kg

8 x Heavy-duty Picture Hooks

1 x 15mm Flat Drill Bit

1 x 18mm Flat Drill Bit

1 x Spirit Level

1 x Turning Tool

Not prime eligible so £1.50 delivery - ordered mine and received next day though
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They should sell another kit for repairing the mess you make of your walls with these obscenities.
b1g1an2 h, 50 m ago

They should sell another kit for repairing the mess you make of your walls …They should sell another kit for repairing the mess you make of your walls with these obscenities.


Sorry but I have used these for 4 TVs and units and wardrobes in my house. How does it make a mess of your walls. You must be using them wrong.
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These are a good bit of kit for plaster board walls. There only £4.99 now with £1.50 delivery. But there no way you would get them next day as it's not prime and only allows standered delivery so you are looking around 6 to 7 days delivery.
stevenprior15 m ago

These are a good bit of kit for plaster board walls. There only £4.99 now …These are a good bit of kit for plaster board walls. There only £4.99 now with £1.50 delivery. But there no way you would get them next day as it's not prime and only allows standered delivery so you are looking around 6 to 7 days delivery.


I ordered mine and they were delivered next day, was not saying that it is guaranteed next day but just sharing personal experience
They should sell another kit for repairing the mess you make of your walls with these obscenities.
b1g1an5 m ago

They should sell another kit for repairing the mess you make of your walls …They should sell another kit for repairing the mess you make of your walls with these obscenities.


Another one of your stupid posts.
karlypants2 h, 4 m ago

Another one of your stupid posts.


Another response by someone who has no idea
b1g1an19 m ago

Another response by someone who has no idea


b1g1an2 h, 50 m ago

They should sell another kit for repairing the mess you make of your walls …They should sell another kit for repairing the mess you make of your walls with these obscenities.


Sorry but I have used these for 4 TVs and units and wardrobes in my house. How does it make a mess of your walls. You must be using them wrong.
b1g1an42 m ago

Another response by someone who has no idea

No idea of what. Please explain how they make a mess of your wall.
stevenprior151 m ago

No idea of what. Please explain how they make a mess of your wall.


Don't make it personal. It does make a mess of the wall, from failed attempts to use them, loss of grip after fixing or if you want to remove them.

I have found normal fail keeping constant loads, loosen over time and fall out, I fixed a few walls for neighbours whom have used these to fix curtain poles into stud walls and dot and dab walls, it makes a mess where you find yourself replacing a section, or using expanding foam filler deep base and a lot of one coat plaster and normal/anchor plugs. Personally I just use cheap grey plasterboard plugs, does the job - even for holding up large televisions.
OperateOnMe35 m ago

Don't make it personal. It does make a mess of the wall, from failed …Don't make it personal. It does make a mess of the wall, from failed attempts to use them, loss of grip after fixing or if you want to remove them.I have found normal fail keeping constant loads, loosen over time and fall out, I fixed a few walls for neighbours whom have used these to fix curtain poles into stud walls and dot and dab walls, it makes a mess where you find yourself replacing a section, or using expanding foam filler deep base and a lot of one coat plaster and normal/anchor plugs. Personally I just use cheap grey plasterboard plugs, does the job - even for holding up large televisions.

well I have used these on my 75" TV and 3 55" TVs 2 bathroom cabinets that weigh over 80kg when full and they been there over a year and never came loose. Don't understand how it makes a mess. You bore a hole on what size type you use and that's it. No mess at all except the plaster on the floor which hovers up.
I too have used these on a stair Bannister rail.. on the middle fitting. It worked and is still working a treat. solid as a rock.
I forget how many different types of other fixings/methods I tried to.. no avail.
All of which made a real mess.. so much so I bit the bullet and bought two more wall to banister fittings to equispace' either side of the hole/wreckage - which I would now have to fill and paint - before the OH saw it !!!!

Then I saw these - then I saw the size of the hole needed to fit it ....OMFG!
Given the alternative, and to be honest I really could not make it any worse, went ahead.
I have that dab and daub, and yes I needed to under cut a tadge to allow the little petals to open.

But it worked, and the wall to banister fitting actually hid the thing.. and all my failed previous efforts.
No painting Yeah !!!!

So I suppose in my vast experience If used correctly for the right thing - excellent .. if not !!!! That's just another hole you need to fill, and another place you should not make another!!
I thought we had a swear filter on here...
b1g1an29th Jun

They should sell another kit for repairing the mess you make of your walls …They should sell another kit for repairing the mess you make of your walls with these obscenities.


Used these all around my house without issue, they're not the cheapest but they're great fixings so my only assumption is you're using them wrong.

As for repairing the holes if you decide to remove them it's actually easier and tidier to do so than with traditional fixings.

Tiny bit of glue on a suitable bit of wood thread through and across the hole, then ready made filler.
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