|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||13.5 x 9.5 x 2.5 inches|
|Item model number||J1000|
|Item Package Quantity||2|
|Warranty Description||Limited warranty|
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Tornado J1000 Drywall or Stud Mountable J-Hook
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- The item is Tornado J-Hooks
- Used for Hardware, Fasteners & Hooks
- The product is manufactured in United States
- Mounts in drywall or wood studs
- Unique self-drill technology
- No tools required to install
- Tang on back of plate allows for quick positioning
- Holds up to 30-Pound mounted in drywall and 60-Pound in wood stud
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The patented screw fasteners went into the drywall amazingly smooth and grabbed right into the stud like nothing else.
And since the screws are counter sunk into the hanger, you don't catch anything on the heads of the screws when you hang anything up or take it off the hook.
The amazing amount of weight this hook can hold without issue is astonishing. At an impressive 45 lbs (30 lbs for sheetrock only, 60 for stud only, or 45 for sheetrock and stud) is MORE then adequate for holding anything you can fit on the hook. So the 10 lb string trimmer power head is nothing for this hook.
After installing about a half a dozen different brands and types of storage hooks, these are by far the best I have found thus far that do not require a special backboard or "system". Combined with Tornado's U and L hooks you can get your garage, shop, or shed organized like a pro.
Exception quality, nothing even comes close to these.
Can hold a crazy amount of weight compared to a typical screw in hook, even when install in just drywall.
Made in the USA!
The patented anchors are easy to use and screw in smoothly.
Built in leveling line as well as a tang make hanging them without a level easier and faster.
I have not tried the screws directly in a 2x4. I used a 1"x4"x6 foot pine plank sunk into studs to hold a bunch of these. The pine started splitting when I used the included screws directly.
One hint - use a small ball peen hammer to tap the screws straight in before you start using your power screwdriver. If you do that, even a klutz like me can get them to screw in straight.
Yes, they are not inexpensive, but if you have ever had to replace things that ripped off the walls when you accidentally over-loaded them, you will know that these are fantastic.
The hooks is strong and sturdy. The aluminum screws they give you are crap. The tip of one of the screws broke off halfway into the wall stud. That meant I couldn't put another screw in the same place since the broken piece plugged up the whole, plus, I couldn't get it out. So I had to hang in another, less desirable place.
The problem is that there aren't other viable options that I saw. Again, the hook is good. But I recommend using your own screws.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Got these for my kids to hang their heavy backpacks on their walls. Not really aesthetically p!easing, but fit for purpose. Solid anchor through drywall. So far no issues.Published 27 days ago by Rebecca McGrath
Great hook. Much larger than I thought it was. Extremely sturdy.Published 1 month ago by Online Buyer
Easy install on studs but pre-drilled first as recommended in other reviews.Published 3 months ago by Koko