Rated 4 out of 5Â by JLPS Get the drill size right
These are value plugs not premium ones
get the drill size right and your on to a winner.
They do work well if the hole they go into is well drilled.
These are a 10mm plug
Go for a 7mm drill bit first
donât finger push it in, tap it with a hammer, if the plug bends, stop, remove it
Up the drill bit to a 7.5mm one
Depending on the material being drilled you may go to 8.5mm or even 9mm before a smart solid tap or 3 sinks the plug all the way in.....then its set to have a screw fixed
follow that and a cheap wall plug should work
7 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Hero Not bad not brilliant
A bit cheap quality feel but Good price and does the job what more can you say? Would probably go for better quality in future
24 Jan 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Fenceguy The right gear
These plugs are cheap and very good value with these plugs I also use coach screws and they hold good & tight just what I like
10 Jun 2011
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Richtheditch Decent enough
Why am I reviewing rawl plugs? I dont know. I wanted the ''expensive'' Equivalent Rawl Plug Uno, but couldnt find them, so went for these, and guess what, they work.
Believe it or not Im a raw plug snob and wouldnt touch these in brown or red as they tend to spin in the drilled hole, the Rawl Plug Uno ones dont.
7 May 2011