Crawford CMDH2-6 Multi-Tool Hanger Utility Hook, Black, 2-Pack

August 29, 2016 - Comment

You can hang just about anything on the Crawford CMDH2-6 Multi-Tool Hanger Utility Hook. These multi-purpose wall hooks keep long-handled tools, scooters, and sports equipment in easy reach. The hook hold up to 70-pounds and is equipped with a protective lip (on its front end) so items don’t slip off and fall to the floor.

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You can hang just about anything on the Crawford CMDH2-6 Multi-Tool Hanger Utility Hook. These multi-purpose wall hooks keep long-handled tools, scooters, and sports equipment in easy reach. The hook hold up to 70-pounds and is equipped with a protective lip (on its front end) so items don’t slip off and fall to the floor. Long-handled tools are stored upside down with spade and broom heads resting solidly between this hook’s 2-bar design. Long-handled tools with perpendicular handgrips fit between the two bars right side up. The unit mounts easily to wall studs and the hook is protected with a soft coating that won’t scratch your valuables. The Crawford CMDH2-6 Multi-Tool Hanger Utility Hook measures 4.5-Inch (H) by 3-Inch (W) by 6.75-Inch (D) and comes in an attractive black finish. Mounting hardware included, the Crawford CMDH2-6 Utility Hook has aligned itself with the quality and strength of the Crawford name. Crawford invests time and research into providing dependable and hardworking products. Committed to innovation, quality and ease of use, Crawford improves safety and quality in and around the house, offering a versatile line of storage and organization products.

Product Features

  • This product is easy to use.
  • This product is highly durable
  • This product is manufactured in China
  • Ideal for hanging a variety of tools
  • Comes in a 2-pack
  • Holds up to 70-pounds
  • The unit mounts easily to wall studs and the hook is protected with a soft coating that won’t scratch your valuables
  • Easy to install

Comments

D. Harmon says:

Very Practical and Well Designed. A hook may be seem simple, but these show very good design. They are heavy weight, the arms are padded and they are sturdy. The hooks attach to a stud with two screws, close enough that you can drill both into one stud. The hooks are flattened where the screw holes are, allowing a flush mounting against a wall.These hooks are for heavy items and would be overkill for brooms or sponge mops. They are excellent for mounting shovels, pitchforks and other heavy tools on the wall. I use…

John K says:

Not loving the spacing of the screw holes These seem like they’ll work ok BUT the spacing of the two screw holes on either side are practically the same width as a standard 2 by 4 that you probably want to attach them to in your walls. So if you have drywall covering the studs, you’ll likely have to get the screws perfectly spaced to hit the edges of your studs or otherwise I can see one screw being solidly in the stud and the other missing any wood and just being in the drywall; basically a tear waiting to happen. I’m waiting to…

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