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All Gripit Fixings Deals, Discounts & Sales for December 2018

Black Friday - Gripit Fixings 50% off ALL items w/code e.g. Gripit 15mm Yellow Plasterboard Fixings 100pk Trade Tub £23.49 Delivered
Refreshed 22nd NovRefreshed 22nd Nov
*Updated 22nd November* From today until Cyber Monday, you can get 50% off across the entire Gripit fixings website using code BLACKFRIDAY18 - so a good chance to stock up on it… Read more

Just to confirm - these support ALL thicknesses of plasterboard! 12.5mm & 15mm. They have an adjustable core.


As a handyman I use these quite a lot and they are very good. Great deal thanks.


Just to help out confusing info, red and yellow are screw fitted, brown and blue bolt fitted, drill your hole insert plug, get correct screwdriver and push the plug, the plug will expand in length from 9.5mm to 15mm long that will fit all plasterboard thickness with cavity behind it then turn your screw/ bolt to open wings and reduce plug to correct thickness. If plasterboard is dot and dab ( stuck to brick wall), over-boarded, insulated, flush on top of other object you will need the undercutter tool to shave off the back of the plasterboard to allow the wings to open.


Dot n dab walls just use frame fixings...they work a treat for heavy items like tv brackets etc.


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.

25 pack of Gripit Brown plasterboard fixings 20mm / Upto 93KG - £6.99 Delivered w/code @ Gripit
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
25 pack of Gripit Brown plasterboard fixings 20mm / Upto 93KG - £6.99 Delivered w/code @ Gripit
£6.99£8.7220%Gripit Fixings Deals
Quite a nifty solution for plasterboard walls, I've used a few different types of fixings for relatively light things and always ended up with them sitting loose or not quite feeli… Read more

ukmonkey & Robert_Shaw.... I think you're both right to a degree, ie. they adjust for minor differences. After a recommendation above, due to my wall areas with double 12.5mm board, I visited their site & found this under-cut tool.


They work with all sizes of plasterboard as they have an adjustable depth.


These are crap unless you know what size mm your plasterboard are.


I'd drill it & use the 'frame fixing' type things I mentioned using for my TV and big shelves... the rawl-plug type part will bridge the gap between board & RSJ, and when it opens out as you screw into it it should have sufficient 'grab' on the RSJ for a curtain pole... Will have a look for those extension things you mention, could be very useful for me, cheers !


This is the kind of situation they were originally designed for. I had the same problem with vertical blinds across French doors with an RSJ above and no space. Did the job perfectly. Not sure how you go into an RSJ behind plasterboard- drill, tap and bolt? With regard to having double plasterboard there is a device made by GripIt that makes a space for the wings at the correct depth.

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
Refreshed 31st JulRefreshed 31st Jul
*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 us… Read more

Can’t rate them enough, I brought the pack of 25 just for spares because the price was so good I previously paid £6.99 for 8


I may do one day, I have no cabinets or TV's to hang anytime soon. The spring toggles I use require a hole approx 11mm and I think that's quite a large hole in my walls. These gripits are in another league at 25mm. Once something is hung though, suppose it doesn't matter. Definitely a good price for 6...


Try these, I bet u convert


Codes no longer working?


Cheers. But the moody building control guy told me there's a limit of wood to insulate ratio or some nonsense. I'm using wood frames with kingspan 50mm insulation. I'm gonna sneak some extra wood in after building control signs off on it and before it's covered by plasterboard.

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