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Posted 3rd Sep 2018Available: National

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Found today at Lidl a set of 30 hollow wall anchors and the insertion tool for £5.99. The insertion tools alone are normally more than this so I think this is a bargain. Cheers. Also they had a set of just anchors. Can't remember how many there was but they were the same price.
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Hot, really hood price just for the anchors! Trip to Lidl tomorrow I think!
ktm6661 m ago

Hot, really hood price just for the anchors! Trip to Lidl tomorrow I think!


That's what I thought thanks 😁
Best invention ever for plasterboard. These are easy to use and more importantly they work!
I just paid £15 for a Rawl setting tool from screwfix which is real good quality and will last me for years to come, but they sell cheaper one for £11.50 which isn't great, however the anchors within your deal would cost about £6 for 20 depending on the size, which makes it a real good deal if you just want it for DIY purposes.
M-M03/09/2018 19:25

I just paid £15 for a Rawl setting tool from screwfix which is real good …I just paid £15 for a Rawl setting tool from screwfix which is real good quality and will last me for years to come, but they sell cheaper one for £11.50 which isn't great, however the anchors within your deal would cost about £6 for 20 depending on the size, which makes it a real good deal if you just want it for DIY purposes.


I've used the anchors before but the second set of anchors have a longer shaft before they start to split, are these for using with batons? Thanks Martin
These are great, and having the setting tool included is a bonus.

Only downside of them is if/when you come to remove them they leave quite a sizeable hole to fill (especially plasterboard with nothing behind to hold the filler)
Great for dodgy new builds
ses6jwg5 m ago

Great for dodgy new builds


Exactly, just like my wooden framed, plasterboard house 😁
LARDYBOY03/09/2018 19:32

I've used the anchors before but the second set of anchors have a longer …I've used the anchors before but the second set of anchors have a longer shaft before they start to split, are these for using with batons? Thanks Martin


No, they are only for dry walls/ gyproc walls, if it's on a kitchen then it should have 2 sheets of gyproc for fire proofing, therefore if the anchors look longer before the split that'll hold better.
u66454103/09/2018 19:34

These are great, and having the setting tool included is a bonus. Only …These are great, and having the setting tool included is a bonus. Only downside of them is if/when you come to remove them they leave quite a sizeable hole to fill (especially plasterboard with nothing behind to hold the filler)


Bit of folded cardboard with a hole in the middle. String in the hole, put into the hole in the plasterboard, pull it tight, plaster over it, cut the string when it dries. Got to love DIY SOS for the odd tip :-)
M-M03/09/2018 20:14

No, they are only for dry walls/ gyproc walls, if it's on a kitchen then …No, they are only for dry walls/ gyproc walls, if it's on a kitchen then it should have 2 sheets of gyproc for fire proofing, therefore if the anchors look longer before the split that'll hold better.


Cheers my walls are plasterboard with insulation directly behind. So should the normal ones be OK. Thanks Martin.
Haighy20 m ago

Bit of folded cardboard with a hole in the middle. String in the hole, put …Bit of folded cardboard with a hole in the middle. String in the hole, put into the hole in the plasterboard, pull it tight, plaster over it, cut the string when it dries. Got to love DIY SOS for the odd tip :-)


Great tip
LARDYBOY42 m ago

Cheers my walls are plasterboard with insulation directly behind. So …Cheers my walls are plasterboard with insulation directly behind. So should the normal ones be OK. Thanks Martin.


Yes they should be fine.
These are much better but also more expensive, but you get the very best fixings currently available for heavy duty applications in a plasterboard. I have tried preety much all the fixings available on the market and these have been the very best. You can also try with cheaper alternative from Timco. I have not used them but these look identical and are much cheaper.
Edited by: "don_darko" 3rd Sep 2018
Do we know how much load can they take? Asking for kitchen cupboards since wife will fill them no matter what I tell her. Don't want them falling on her.
Haighy12 h, 11 m ago

Bit of folded cardboard with a hole in the middle. String in the hole, put …Bit of folded cardboard with a hole in the middle. String in the hole, put into the hole in the plasterboard, pull it tight, plaster over it, cut the string when it dries. Got to love DIY SOS for the odd tip :-)


Lmao
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