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  1. SWD
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    SWD Gender neutral Electrician's Arms

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    Tried them out yesterday as I had a couple of Wiska boxes to attach to a garden wall, tell you one thing they too the job.

    £6.50 per 100 + VAT from TLC.
     
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    Bought a box for clipping wires with metal clips to prevent collpase in event of fire in my dads pub. Havent done it yet.
    Did have a play putting a few in a wall after i bought a pack and they hold good and tight. Certainly worth the money. Saves putting plugs in aswell.
     
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    Heads are a little dickie on them I think once in fixing is 2nd to none
     
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    PH heads is probably why.
     
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    pirate Regular EF Member

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    They work for me...I love 'em!
    Mind you, I am happy with the old way too...wall plug and good screw...but where you want fail-free, non-combustible fixing, they are very good.
    No real reason not to use them...except I have a million plastic wall-plugs to use up...
     
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    SWD Gender neutral Electrician's Arms

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    Lol same here but drill hole insert plug hammer plug in ¼" so the face of the brick doesn't crumble away, saves time.

    Need a larger range and a head like the Kreg screws or torx.
     
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    pirate Regular EF Member

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    Agreed! You can never have enough! Was working on a refurb yesterday where we needed to have temp wooden screens over doorways...
    Drilled wooden battens with multi-purpose drill bits, straight through into the brickwork, hand screwed wall plugs halfway onto turbo-ultra screws, inserted into hole in timber and simply hamnmered them in, then ran them up with an impact driver...sorted! Cheapo hammer frame fixings!
     
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    telectrix Scouser and Proud of It Respected Member

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    with that approach, you will be well sorted for barrats new build. speed up window fixing by 100%.
     
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  11. pirate
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    100% Tel? Not really, cos barratt only use 1 per frame, I use 2!
     
  12. SWD
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    SWD Gender neutral Electrician's Arms

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    You eating in to your Rum Rations.........
     
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  13. ijmac021
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    ijmac021 EF Member

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    Snapped my Wiha PZ1 today putting these in. PH2 all the way next time :confused1:
     
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