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Hercules Hook Hanger

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  • "MILEN" HERCULES HOOK WALL HANGER
  • Installs Easily With No Tools Required.
  • Hooks Are Reusable.
  • Up To 150 LBS In Test.
  • 10 Hooks Per Package.
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Technical Details
Part Number HECHOOK20-RET-GENERIC
Item Weight1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions5.8 x 2.5 x 9 inches
Item model numberHECHOOK20-RET-GENERIC
Materialsteel
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB001420MVU
Best Sellers Rank #22,956 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableSeptember 1, 2004
  
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Product Description

"MILEN" HERCULES HOOK WALL HANGER Installs Easily With No Tools Required. Hooks Are Reusable. Up To 150 LBS In Test. 10 Hooks Per Package.

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Only made one hole punch error; stud was in the way.
Doby
If you want a secure and quick way to hang anything on your walls without making a huge hole use these hooks!
KimberlyH
I use them to hang pictures, even very large heavy pictures.
S. Millspaugh

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72 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Katy Lake VINE VOICE on November 1, 2006
I picked up a dozen in Home Depot for less than $5. Same concept, just a lot cheaper!

Two of them are holding a huge heavy shelf in my kitchen. The hole they make depends upon the weight of what they're holding. I'm sure it's pinhole sized if you're hanging something that weighs a few ounces (in which case, you don't need this - use a pushpin!)

The holes from the shelf are bigger than pin-sized, but it IS a heavy shelf. The hole is still WAY smaller than the hole I'd make using any kind of a hook that would hold such a heavy shelf.

It also takes a little practice to figure out where to hang the hooks (the drop of the hook is below where you might want the thing to actually hang.) This is a small detail, but if you need two of these things and you don't do it right, your object is gonna be crooked. But on the bright side, you won't have a huge hole to patch when you redo it!

Recommended product (but look around for the knockoffs.)
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66 of 70 people found the following review helpful By KimberlyH on August 9, 2006
These hooks are incredible!! I have used them throughout my home to hang heavy art work and mirrors, and the best part is that I can do it myself without waiting for my husband to get out his drill, hammer, leveler, etc. I love them so much we have given them as house warming gifts, and everyone that has received them from us has been as amazed as we are by how effective and easy they are to use! If you want a secure and quick way to hang anything on your walls without making a huge hole use these hooks!
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65 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Woodlandtrails on January 15, 2010
The point of a drywall hook is to be able to hang something ANYWHERE on drywall.

Why would people BUY a drywall hook?
To avoid nails (don't want to use tools like a hammer)
To avoid big nail holes left when nail is removed (in their own homes or if rent)
To hang something on DRYWALL to avoid the big hassle drilling special nails into a cement/cement block wall

HINT: These hooks essentially work only on interior NON-insulated walls with at least a 3" clearance behind the wall. Billy Mays and the Amazon product description neglect to state these hooks NEED at least a 3" CLEARANCE behind the drywall to work=Oops! If they had, a lot of people could have avoided the product but than that would reduce profits.

That clearance requirement means the hooks don't work behind studs, on plaster walls, on walls with insulation, or on drywall with a cinder block/cement behind it (NOT go into concrete/block but people did expect the slim hook to fit between the cement & drywall) or on pocket door walls. This product does leave a hole similar in size to a nail or bigger if a lot of twisting was needed to get it in or trying to get it into a wall it can't go into. These hooks can be more difficult to twist one into a wall than it would be to just grab a hammer and nails. They also neglect to mention the hooks stick out quite a bit from the wall and not all things look good hanging from them because of this.

And this product is overpriced on Amazon. Ebay sells these galore in all amounts with laser and free shipping. Google around for better price.

That said, if you want to buy it, compare prices with the knock off versions
Knock offs are called:

1. He-Man Hooks Says EXACTLY like Hurcules Google HE-man hooks

2.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Marnie Dicristi on August 26, 2006
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This is a excellent product.. as described very easy to incert and position... haven't checked the weight capability.. not disappointed.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 27, 2007
These hooks really work!! They support the weight and installation is super easy. Only complaint is that they stick out from the wall a little, so it makes it more difficult to hang shelves, etc.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By alooknac on June 10, 2010
I used a very similar item and both the negative and positive reviews have truth to them. Here's my 2 cents worth.

Drill a tiny pilot hole. I think you could hammer in a small nail for a starter hole. Even with a hole drilled it took some effort for me to work the wire through.

If you use a twisting motion to work the wire in, it's important to keep the wire straight (horizontal) or else it WILL make an enlarged hole from spinning around at an angle. Even with care, the hole is definitely bigger than the pinhole I was imagining, but way smaller than a hole from an anchor.

I needed to grip the wire with pliers for the final push in. It's important to get that bend in the wire right up against the wall and I couldn't do that with my bare hands.

You need empty space behind the drywall but this thing does not have to spin a full 360.º You need empty space behind and above the point of insertion. The wire will slide in along its curve but it takes a little care and effort. Once you do it you'll get a feel for it. You could even practice on an old piece of drywall or heavy cardboard.

I used these on standard drywall, not sure if it's half inch or five eighths.

These work in the particular situations where they work. If there's nothing behind your drywall, a nail is not going to work unless you're hanging a piece of paper. And if there's a stud behind your drywall, go with that--a stud trumps all.

I used these to hang two shower caddies at the back of the tub, just above the tub surround. They are holding up great with lots of bottles of shampoo, etc. weighing them down and being lifted in and out. I was not sure if they are designed to hold something that gets used, as opposed to a picture just quietly hanging there.
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