GripIt Starter Kit Plasterboard Fixings For Stud Walls - £16.60 (Prime) / £21.35 (non Prime) at Amazon
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GripIt Starter Kit Plasterboard Fixings For Stud Walls - £16.60 (Prime) / £21.35 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Found 15th Feb
As seen on the UK BBC’s Dragons’ Den television programme! - The plasterboard fixing that allows you to safely hang items up to 113kg.


For the Plasterboard Fixing Starter Kit, GripIt have put together a kit

containing all four GripIt fixings sizes and all of the relevant Flat

Drill Bits needed (the Yellow 15mm GripIt, Red 18mm GripIt, Brown 20mm

GripIt and the Blue 25mm GripIt which can hold up to 113kg) for the task

of hanging any heavy or high usage items such as your Flat Screen TVs

on plasterboard walls. So, you can now hang what you want, where you

want to on plasterboard walls with confidence, knowing it is securely

held in place with GripIt.

Package Contents

10 x 15mm Yellow GripIt with 8 x (4 x 25mm) screws

10 x 18mm Red GripIt with 8 x (5 x 30mm) screws

10 x 20mm Brown GripIt with 6 x (M6 x 30mm) bolts

10 x 25mm Blue GripIt with 8 x (M8 x 30mm) bolts

1 x 15mm Gripit Flat Drill Bit

1 x 18mm Gripit Flat Drill Bit

1 x 20mm Gripit Flat Drill Bit

1 x 25mm Gripit Flat Drill Bit
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These are a brilliant invention
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Have these they are utterly hopeless (especially the small yellow ones).
I really like these. Though they should really redisribute the numbers to smaller sizes.
Heat OP, great fixing if you simply follow the instructions. Have struggled with tradional wall plugs and recently used the brown 25mm versions to deck out my wife's office with new shelving that she had been waiting for five years, in addition decided to wall mount the bedroom tv. Used the cutting tool they also sell for a really good easy accurate cut and also another tool they sell for removing the plaster dabs that can sometimes be found. Ironmongery Direct are really keen on prices but have these at £36 + vat so really good buy.
ycsb4 h, 46 m ago

Have these they are utterly hopeless (especially the small yellow ones).


You must be using them wrong. These are brilliant
Edited by: "axe_1986" 15th Feb
axe_19866 h, 28 m ago

You must be using them wrong. These are brilliant


The centre thread on the yellow ones is plastic and droops under even a small amount of weight and the head on the screws which extend the wings has snapped on me more than once. A good idea poorly and cheaply implemented.
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