Which Drywall Anchor is Best? Let's find out!

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  • Published on: 15 April 2019
  • Buying the right drywall anchor can be challenging with so many options and weight ratings. Anchors tested include EZ Ancor Dyrwall and Stud Anchor, Toggler High Performance Anchors, Toggler SnapSkru, Everbuilt Hollow Wall Anchor, Blue Hawk Toggle Bolts, E-Z Ancor Drywall Toggle Anchor, Toggler Snaptoggle BA. I'm not sponsored by any of these brands. I purchased all the drywall anchors and supplies for this video using my own funds. Thank you for recommending this video and please consider leaving a comment or video idea! Finally, thank you very much for supporting the channel by watching the commercials and through Patreon support. https://www.patreon.com/projectfarm

    This video is only for entertainment purposes. If you rely on the information portrayed in this video, you assume the responsibility for the results. Project Farm LLC
  • Runtime : 17:11
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COMMENTS: 40

  • Mik
    Mik   20 hours ago

    would be interesting if you did the same for concrete anchors for us european viewers

  • Cableguy577
    Cableguy577   1 days ago

    Thanks man , that was a lot of work just for our purpose two thumbs up πŸ‘πŸ‘keep up the good work.

  • ironjamesvane
    ironjamesvane   3 days ago

    All these test only involved constant pressure. What about impact forces? Say i hang a shelve and someone tosses a bag of dog food on it or something.

  • Jones Family
    Jones Family   3 days ago

    Love the channel man. Especially the small engine stuff. Being a small engine tinkerer ( made up word) myself. Lord Jesus bless you

  • Robert Castillo
    Robert Castillo   3 days ago

    Would have loved to see a regular anchor you get in most items you buy.

  • GLD8R ONE
    GLD8R ONE   3 days ago

    I appreciate the tests and video, but would the test results be different it the force was pulling out instead of up?

  • Grumpy Cat
    Grumpy Cat   4 days ago

    In the words of Phil Swift, that's a lot of damage!

  • manraj gujral
    manraj gujral   4 days ago

    This is a great video! Thanks for taking the time and putting in all this effort. Appreciate it.

  • Quandary
    Quandary   4 days ago

    I think it's clear all the anchors are fine and it's the drywall that's failing

  • Jaylyn Mason
    Jaylyn Mason   5 days ago

    which would be best to anchor a 40 pound bookcase to the wall?

  • 782Gear
    782Gear   6 days ago

    It's not the anchors that are exceeding or failing, it's the drywall that fails once pressure exceeds maximum strength specs.

  • Uriel Jimenez
    Uriel Jimenez   6 days ago

    Thank you for your great content. Super USEFUL! THANKS!

  • Ryan Cook
    Ryan Cook   6 days ago

    Great video and appreciated efforts. I wonder if a part two would be testing each anchor as a pair. Like when putting up a shelfWill the rating of two (or three) be a direct multiplier of the anchors. Will two Toggler Snaptoggle BBs give 448lbs of load (224lbs for one)?

  • SuperNintendoSam
    SuperNintendoSam   1 weeks ago

    I found a type of anchor different from all thoses who have been tested in this video, they are all metal and i buy them at home hardware(canada), they are the best of all, i try a lot of those, and they are the best, you need to instal them with a hammer, and they just leave a line in the drywall, and thet espand when you srew the screw inside

  • Patrick Rapan
    Patrick Rapan   1 weeks ago

    Somebody get this man a DeWalt 20v Maxx... Its killing me to see such a prolific channel using the older XRP models

  • Luke Cluderay
    Luke Cluderay   1 weeks ago

    Dude I like you and your videos i watch a lot of them but it must be bloody boring and time consuming setting everything up lol all the stuff that is not seen filmed. Well done I will continue watching

  • carforumwanker
    carforumwanker   1 weeks ago

    Good trade always ask if anything major heavy will be hung and then fit good timber in that area .

  • Jeffrey Eckert
    Jeffrey Eckert   1 weeks ago

    Only one question--- how does it compare to a nail or screw with no anchor? Great video!

  • DADSGETNDOWN
    DADSGETNDOWN   1 weeks ago

    Would it have been possible to "Torque" each screw/anchor the same ?

  • LatterDayBiker
    LatterDayBiker   1 weeks ago

    You clearly have never heard of the wingit drywall anchor. I'd bet it's better than all the anchors you tested.

  • Ivan P
    Ivan P   1 weeks ago

    Man you're going to need a laboratory and some PhDs working there soon. When you run out of testing all the wife's tales and garage Joe's opinions of what's better what isn't.. you'll have to move to solving our galaxy's most asked questions!

  • Crosby Lanham
    Crosby Lanham   1 weeks ago

    Great job thanks for the tests I will like and subscribe

  • Christopher Hardman
    Christopher Hardman   1 weeks ago

    Of course there is going to be alot of damage. Frankly if it doesn't destroy the drywall on the way out I'd consider it a bad anchor.

  • Luis Roman
    Luis Roman   1 weeks ago

    Honestly it also depends on the thickness of your sheerock

  • Alan Sheedy
    Alan Sheedy   1 weeks ago

    I use studs. It annoys my wife because it takes so long. When I put up a shelf, you can sit on it. You can also use our towel rack as a hand rail. The one shelf she put up, with finish nails, will fall off if you touch it. She said " it only needs to hold my Hummel figurines ". I don't go NEAR it.

  • Teck Bugz
    Teck Bugz   1 weeks ago

    Thank you for this! I'll dance in your wedding πŸ˜‰!

  • UssR Putin
    UssR Putin   1 weeks ago

    Problem with this test is objects won't be pulling up but down

  • Dan Africk
    Dan Africk   1 weeks ago

    I figure the more damage it does, the better the fastener is working. More damage means it's spreading the force over a greater area of wall, which is what you want. That's why the strongest anchors cause the most damage when they eventually do pull out.Also note that most of these failures is really a failure of the wall, not the anchor itself. An anchor failure would be if the anchor pulls out of the wall without taking a bunch of the wall with it.. (for comparison think of the crappy plastic expansion anchors that are ubiquitous, and have no wings, toggles, or any other mechanism to keep them from pulling out other than simple expansion- those will always fail due to the fastener itself.)

  • Oscar Lopez
    Oscar Lopez   1 weeks ago

    You forgotten 2 other anchors. Wingits master anchor super duty, and Geefix anchors. Supposedly both are rated for 300+ pounds. Can you review and test these too?!?

  • Hector Espudo
    Hector Espudo   1 weeks ago

    I always say, if you're going to out something heavy on a wall or ceiling, put 2"x4" or wonder backing. Never trust a toggle for a lot of weight.

  • 1992pv
    1992pv   1 weeks ago

    Thanks for the honest review and tests

  • Bama Dudes
    Bama Dudes   1 weeks ago

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  • MrNathaniel500
    MrNathaniel500   1 weeks ago

    Long video mate..... but enjoyed it with a few beers. Nice work on the jig and overall video. Someone sponsor this guy! Cheers