shelf bracketsPATEasy to install for smaller, lighter weight shelves. Great price.5
Try to find something similar,DavidTry to find something similar, or better for less.
I dare you!
I always stock up on several of these whenever I'm at the IKEA store.5
Great value! I don’t knowKarimaGreat value! I don’t know why I didn’t buy them sooner5
Do not recommendSilaDo not recommend1
Really inexpensive, slightly complicatedRuthWe got these brackets to use for wall mounted shelves. I tried using self drilling anchor screws. The bracket need longer screws bc of the thickness around the holes. I got it mounted after several tries.4
Simple and does the job.RENEESimple and does the job. Prefer the original square brackets5
They are very niceOLGAThey are very nice5
Works really wellElizabethGot them at an unbelievably cheap price and am happy to say that they work well. Made my office renovations a peice of cake.5
screwsJavier B.I'm a tad disappointment. I have no idea what size screws to get for this. The screws I already had in the toolbox are too big and won't fit through the holes on the bracket2
amazing!kimThis little bracket is so worth the money! we bought 8 of them and used them to hang up our son's skateboards. The brackets worked like a charm and the boards are up on the wall looking good. we are going to go back and get more for the other kids stuff!5
Good cheap bracketSHENGI used 2 brackets to put ski on it. Add two m3 screws and nuts to create small step to avoid ski slide out easily.5
As expected.ChristinaAs expected.5
Fit my shelf perfectlyAngieFit my shelf perfectly5
Great valueDesireaAbsolutely perfect for shelves.5
Affordable and functional.KalekaAffordable and functional.5
Easy and affordableNatalieThey go perfect with the shelving and the price is right5
Nice brackets!CynthiaThese brackets are sturdy and are just what I need for my shelves. Great buy!5
Worked wellLThese shelf brackets worked well and were inexpensive.5
Amazing stuffQuanchaoGreat quality with super affordable price. If you don’t need something super fancy looking to hold your selves on the wall, this is it!5
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