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TOGGLER SNAPTOGGLE BB Toggle Anchor with Bolts, Zinc-Plated Steel Channel, Made in US, 3/8" to 3-5/8" Grip Range, For 1/4"-20 UNC Fastener Size

Available in multiple versions

4.6 out of 5 stars 163 customer reviews

Price: $5.36 - $159.99
Product Specifications
Brand Name Mechanical Plastics
Item Weight 12.8 ounces
National Stock Number 5306-01-629-1578
Part Number 50425
Size 1
System of Measurement inch
Thread Size 1/4"-20
Thread Style UNC
UNSPSC Code 31162100

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Product Features

  • Save when you buy the 2 pack!
  • Toggle anchor installs behind 3/8"- to 3-5/8"-thick hollow materials to provide a secure hold
  • Anchor affixes to the wall before adding the bolt and fixture, allowing one-person installation
  • Made in USA, and includes 1/4"-20 UNC-threaded bolts
  • Strength is 265 lb. in 1/2" drywall and 1,080 lb. in concrete block with a 1/4"-20 UNC bolt

Product Description

Toggler Snaptoggle, 10 Pack, 1/4"-20", BB Hollow Wall Anchors, 1/2" Head Bolts, Replaces Old Fashioned Toggle Wings, Strongest & Require The Smallest Hole, Can Be Pre-Installed Without Using A Bolt & Won't Fall Behind The Wall When The Bolt Is Removed, Solid Metal Channel Centers The Bolt Which Cannot Sag, Will Not Damage Or Break Through The Wall Even Under Vibration.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.8 x 3.9 x 9.8 inches ; 12.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00GVK904A
  • Item model number: 50425
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (163 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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This inexpensive product accomplished something that many DIY websites said was "impossible" - mounting a large 70" flat screen (Sharp LC-70LE735U 70-inch Internet Ready LED TV) to a metal stud wall.

As a new condo resident I'm dealing with metal stud walls for the first time. A quick web search revealed that metal studs lack the strength, rigidity and solid attachment points that wood stud walls offer. Many descriptions on DIY websites tell horror stories of TVs collapsing to the floor and advise consumers to do nothing less than rip out the entire wall, replacing it with wood studs! As this is a rental, that was out of the question but these Togglers did the trick.

I used a stud finder to locate the metal studs (just thin, steel channels shaped like a " ] ") but I still needed to drill 1/16" holes to locate the edges. Then I drilled 1/2" holes to anchor the TV mounting plate with 6 Togglers. The TV is secure and there is no sign of cracking or flexing in the wall.

As one reviewer notes, you probably don't have a 1/2" bit in your toolbox. Also, I was told to use a 1/2" bit that works with metal (as opposed to a wood bit) so the metal stud doesn't get torn up. Since a 1/2" bit alone was $15 I bought this complete kit for less than $20 DEWALT DW1354 14-Piece Titanium Drill Bit Set. It's always handy to have extra bits in the house.

CAUTION - Clearly metal stud walls are MUCH weaker than wood stud walls. For a heavy TV like mine (100lbs) this technique is probably NOT suitable for fully articulating TV mounts that extend the TV out from the wall. But for a regular tilt mount it works great.
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I have very narrow (1") metal studs that I couldn't use to mount my tv. I have six of these holding up a peerless ultrathin mount and a samsung 50" plasma display. About 63lbs of total weight. So far, it's holding up really well.
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I hang a lot of televisions and I've used these with Cheetah Mounts APTMSB Flat Screen TV Wall Mount Bracket for 20-55" Plasma LED LCD TV Includes Free 10' Braided High Speed HDMI Cable With Ethernet and VideoSecu LCD LED TV Wall Mount Full Motion with Swivel Articulating Arm for 23-37, up to 42 in TV Flat Panel Screen With VESA 200 100, 20 in extension and Post-installation Leveling System A35. I have used these in three different applications: bolt in drywall only, bolt in aluminum stud, and bolts through plywood into drywall.

I always try to use LED backlit TVs since they are the lightest. The cheetah mount linked above is amazingly light and works well, the VideoSecu is pretty heavy (heavier than the tv last time). Every time I put a mount up with these bolts I do a full pull up on it to stress test the bolt and the mount (not highly recommended but I would give it a few tugs), it's better to have it break with you in it than with a tv that could fall and hurt someone. So far I haven't had any problems (I'm inside the recommended weight limit for these bolts) and I've been impressed greatly by their holding power.

For a flush TV mount on aluminum studs it is best if you can put a piece of plywood behind it then bolt it into the two studs, but I have used these before with just the mount and it has held.

Highly recommended from my experience.
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The degree to which these things can secure an object hanging on drywall is impressive. It makes me think that drywall screws are a scam. That said, they do leave rather large holes, so don't use them for temporary installations unless you want to do moderate drywall patching.
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Every good review you've read is true, these are very easy to use and they work great. Only one word of caution, just because you see 1/4" doesn't mean the hole you drill will be 1/4", these require a 1/2" drill bit, which was a bit of a problem (no pun intended) for me and my limited tools. The largest drill bit I had for my battery powered drivers were 1/4". It pays to read the entire listing before making your purchase, because if you just have a beginner tool set like myself, chances are you don't actually own a 1/2" bit, so you may want to make arrangements accordingly.

My TV Mount installation was going quite well until I realized my mistake.
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These are very easy to use and seem to do a great job--see other reviewers' comments on longevity and stability. I write only to highlight that the hole in the anchor (and the screw you need to secure your project to the wall) is 1/4" in diameter, which is noted only obliquely in the posting. This is a large screw--size 14. I bought these to hang shelf brackets that had smaller (size 8) holes in them, and I didn't realize the mismatch until I'd already installed the anchors in the wall. It ended up working out (I had to drill larger holes in the brackets), but was added trouble. They do sell this same product in a smaller size (3/16"), so just double check what you're trying to attach to the wall before ordering.
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In the '80s I worked in a hardware store, so I grew up using the old, clumsy togglers where you need a fender washer and a lot of patience to get them to grip the wall and not fall apart. Then we moved to the plastic anchors that pull out of the wall if there is too much weight on them. Then the pound-and-screw anchors that just rip plaster apart.

Now, snaptoggle togglers solve all the downsides of the other anchors. You need a drill and a screwdriver, and that is about it. No need for questionable stud-finders. No need to worry about the screw length. These are easy to install and a snap (literally) to set the right depth.

I found the video on Amazon very helpful before I bought these.
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