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Brute Force OF439 Security Floor/Wall Anchor

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  • Hardened steel bolt-down anchor for floors and walls
  • Bolts protected by ball bearing and then covered when lock is being used
  • Saw resistant
  • All fixings supplied including allen key
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandBrute Force
Item Weight921 g
Product Dimensions12.7 x 6.4 x 10.2 cm
Item model numberOF439
Manufacturer Part NumberOF439
  
Additional Information
ASINB00126FWT0
Best Sellers Rank 228 in Car & Motorbike (See top 100)
Shipping Weight921 g
Date First Available3 Jan. 2008
  
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Product Description

Hardened steel bolt-down anchor for floors and walls All fixings supplied including allen key Bolts protected by ball bearing and then covered when lock is being used. Saw resistant


Frequently Bought Together

Brute Force OF439 Security Floor/Wall Anchor + Oxford OF178 GP Chain Lock
Price For Both: £33.48

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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Dai on 25 Jun. 2011
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Buying my 2nd one of these because we're moving house and there's no way it's coming out of the wall.

Ball bearings hammer into the bolt heads to prevent drilling the heads off, countersunk bolts mean molegrips won't undo the bolts. Once it's on the wall you're going to have to get some tough cutting kit to get it off.

Just make sure the chain and padlock are up to the job too, thieves will go for the weakest link
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By R. Pembery on 27 Oct. 2010
This does exactly what it should. I needed to get some additional drill bits, but fitting it was a doddle. I fitted it on a wall, so banging the bearings into the hex bolts was tricky until I have the bright idea of supergluing them in place before using the hammer. A nice solid anchor with room for a couple of decent chains to run through it.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Craig on 3 Jan. 2011
This ground anchor is easy to install and very neat when fitted.
Not too big that you trip over it, but big enough to get a 12mm square chain easily through it.
Very good value for a sold secure, insurance approved item.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Raymond G. Reid on 25 July 2012
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Look & Feel:

Very strong and fits the Oxford HD chain a treat - I brought the 1m version of the chain & with that on the garage floor through the anchor it loops up and around the frame of my bike nicely, I've then go our second bike Dlocked to the first & you cannot get near the anchor to force it off the ground - The 1.5m chain might have been better for 2 bikes to but locked to the same loop - though the way I've done it its more secure.

Installation:

Fitting instructions say to use a 12mm diameter drill bit for the initial hole, then to use a 16mm bit to drill the rest of the hole to 75mm

I just brought a Silverline SDS+ 16 x 210mm drill bit from Amazon for £3.70 - (they are cheaper for non SDS versions)
Then just drilled the two holes with one bit - saved me buying two drill bits which I probably wont use again.

They also say to fit it close to the wall & floor - I set it off the wall about a foot, so that it was below the middle of the bike, this was because I had the smaller chain.

Overall:

Easy to fit and very pleased with the purchase

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By steveo on 15 April 2015
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Bought this to secure bikes to the concrete floor in my shed. Very sturdy and a good weight. Took a while to drill the required 16mm holes but once drilled, the installation took no time at all. Only niggle is that after hammering the bolt sleeves into the drill holes, the head becomes misshapened and requires hammering open to allow space for the bolts to enter. Large gap allows a thick chain to easily fit through the anchor. I bought a Magnum Plus MagTitan Chain Lock, 110cmx10mm and it fits through the anchor easily and through the frames of two bikes. I bought the
Bosch 2609255415 16mm Concrete Drill Bit with this item.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By C Allen on 19 Feb. 2012
Very good value ground anchor which gives a nice wide section to loop your lock through of whatever type. Fitting - in my case into a concrete floor - is simple, if rather noisy and tedious. If you've got a big bad boy SDS drill you will make quick work of this, but I used a cheap mains hammer drill which does the job fine, just allow some drilling time! Just about to buy a second one for the other side of my garage.

As noted elsewhere on the Internet you need a 16mm masonry drill bit to fit it. Don't bother trying to do it without. I got mine from Wickes for £6, and it steps in from the 16mm drill itself to a standard 13mm shank to fit any standard drill chuck. You don't need one of the 300mm long things you will find everywhere: the holes need to be 75mm deep so just make sure it's at least that long. Mine's got a standard round shank, which will slip occasionally, but for a one-off job like this I can be patient and stick with it (normally I'd use hex or off-hex shank bits).

My drilling is far from precision so I just adjusted slightly going in, and when putting the anchor bolts in I abused them (gently!) with a hammer into place. Not a perfect fit but it was solid even before I tightened the anchor pics - now it's going nowhere!

If you've read this far just buy one. And if you haven't got a mains drill buy one of those as well, you will thank yourself when it comes to the next job. ;)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Wraighty on 9 Jun. 2012
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This anchor is very solid and great for the price. Mine came with a free 16mm drill bit. I had difficulty drilling my garage floor, maybe it is harder than others but my free drill bit wore out its tip, this was after drilling ever increasing diameter holes from 8mm, 10mm then 16mm all of which took hours to do. I had to buy a 16mm bit from Wickes but even this could not drill the second hole to 75mm depth. I got it 60mm deep and as the bolts are no more than 55mm long I went for it. This is when I found the bolts would not simply drop into the holes as they were far too tight, in fact when trying to remove them so I could make the holes a bit bigger, one bolt fell apart. I was eventually able to re-assemble the bolt but still had to work my drill around the sides of the holes to enlarge them in order to fit the bolts. All this took about 4 hours. At one point I decided to try fitting to the wall instead but after drilling 3 holes I could not find solid brick to the correct depth, it kept going into the frog (cavity for mortar) of the brick. Now it is done I am pleased with the result but it was hard work. I used a power drill with hammer action, maybe it's time to invest in SDS.
Afterthought: With regards to hole depth, I did drill deeper with the smaller diameter drill so the screw must have had enough room despite the 16mm drill only going down 60mm.
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