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TOGGLER SnapSkru Self-Drilling Drywall Anchor, Pack of 20
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- with Screws, Glass-Filled Nylon, Made in US, For #6 to #10 Fastener Sizes
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Manufactured by TOGGLER
SnapSkru Self-Drilling Drywall Anchor
- Anchors made in the USA
- Strongest holding of all self-drilling drywall anchors
- Holds securely in walls & ceilings
- Does not destroy the wall – can remove screw & item leaving anchor in wall for reuse
- Fast & easy to install – no drill needed
- Can be used in wall thicknesses of 3/8 "- 5/8"
- Tip: The anchor can be used in double thickness drywall (1-1/4") — drill pilot hole first
No Drill Needed
The SnapSkru Self-Drilling Drywall Anchor does not require a pre-drilled hole.
Pop & Lock
Audible 'POP' tells you the anchor is installed correctly. Only self drilling anchor that has a symmetrical split which Locks onto the wall and resists vibration!
Will Not Damage Wall
Does not destroy the wall – can remove screw & item leaving anchor in wall for reuse.
The SnapSkru self-drilling drywall anchor can use a large range of screw sizes.
SP Regular: #6, #7, #8 (preferred), #10.
SPM Mini: #6 (preferred), #7, #8.
Self-drilling no pre-drilled hole required. Higher load-bearing capability and screw size range than other self-drilling drywall anchors. Built-in "positive-stop" prevents over-driving the anchor when using a screw gun or hand drill. Activate and lock with an audible "POP", providing positive feedback that they are installed correctly. Resist vibration and shock. Provide high pull-out resistance. Do not back out of the wall when the screw is removed. Can be removed easily, without damaging wall. Unique tip prevents "walking" to ensure accurate and easy drilling. When activated with a screw anchor opens with an audible pop locking the anchor on the wall. Drywall gypsum and its paper are kept in compression and thereby immediately reinforced. Built-in positive stop that prevents overdriving the anchor when using a screw gun. 20 pack Regular SnapSkru 3/8" - 5/8" drywall thickness #8 x 1-1/2" combo screws 1-1/4" + thickness of item being anchored #6, #7, #8 (preferred), #10 Self-drilling no pre-drilled hole required Regular: 0.62"dia. head, 5/16" dia., 1-5/8" length Higher load-bearing capability and screw size range than other self-drilling drywall anchors Built-in positive-stop prevents over-driving the anchor when using a screw gun or hand drill Activate and lock with an audible POP, providing positive feedback that they are installed correctly Resist vibration and shock Provide high pull-out resistance Do not back out of the wall when the screw is removed Can be removed easily, without damaging wall Unique tip prevents "walking" to ensure accurate and easy drilling When activated with a screw anchor opens with an audible pop locking the anchor on the wall Drywall gypsum & its paper are kept in compression & thereby immediately reinforced Built-in positive stop that prevents overdriving the anchor when using a screw gun.
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Also, I had one of eight attempts crack the anchor off. Digging these suckers out of the wall is incredibly hard (which is a plus), so just make sure you screw them in carefully and slowly. Do it by hand, press straight and forward, do not rotate your hand while turning the screwdriver, and be very careful if you feel heavy resistance.
These are super easy to use. Tap tip into sheet rock with a hammer, screw plastic piece into wall, then screw the screw in to the depth you want.
Very solid hold.
These will NOT penetrate a stud, they are for sheetrock. If you hit a stud, you'll want to just use a screw, not the plastic piece.