Rated 1 out of 5 by 2
Rated 1 out of 5 by Felix No Good For Plasterboard
The screw going in to the fixing needs more force than the friction generated by the fixing to the plasterboard so it just twists itself up making it smaller than the hole its in and falling out. If by chance you get the screw into the fixing and manage to do it up the end comes off and you can then no longer tighten it or indeed remove the screw.
Pretty useless and very expensive. I would never by these again.
02 September 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by J Baker Do not buy
Very cheap shoddy drywall plug that has a tendency for the cage to break as you tighten the fixing. This leaves an even bigger hole in the wall when you have to extract the damaged cage as the fixing will then not hold any weight. Caused by a cheap thin metal cage. Buy a rawlplug fixing and ignore these shoddy items. Unless you like repairing huge holes in your dry wall !!
18 August 2015