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Hangman Anti-Tip Kit - 400 Pound Falling Furniture Prevention Device: $7.30 @ Amazon

bittul 2,971 30,485 June 19, 2016 at 10:39 AM in Home & Home Improvement (2) More Amazon Deals
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No. Not that game we enjoyed as kids... Wink

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https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B000VW7WBC

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The Hangman Products Anti-Tip Kit helps prevent furniture from falling over. It is also excellent for safely securing file cabinets and full length mirrors to walls. It is made of steel and galvanized steel aircraft cable, is easy to install and is tamper resistant. All systems include all of the hardware required for installation. Holds up to 400lbs.
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In my office building, all the tall office furniture look bookshelves is secured due to being in Cali and the earthquake threat. Might have to think about this for my home.
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No flippin way that is going to hold 400lbs the cable is 6" long according to questions on amazon so that makes the screws how long?

Pricing makes no sense either?
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Last edited by komondor June 19, 2016 at 12:46 PM
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No flippin way that is going to hold 400lbs the cable is 6" long according to questions on amazon so that makes the screws how long?

Pricing makes no sense either?

Pricing makes perfect sense if you understand the basics of Amazon. Third-party sellers can list their items for whatever price they want.

As for the 400 lb rating, it appears to be correct per the product packaging. Guess if it's not true...that manufacturer is setting themselves up for expensive lawsuits.
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As for the 400 lb rating, it appears to be correct per the product packaging. Guess if it's not true...that manufacturer is setting themselves up for expensive lawsuits.
Pea's detect awl leakage an act of asking politely or formally for something to hour leakal department wear and lawyer will reviwed it.

All kidding aside. Website states Proudly made in the USA. Which more likely means hardware selected and packaged in the U.S as I'd guess the parts aren't actually made here. The small print confirms: Hand-selected from manufacturers in China or Taiwan to achieve the best blend of costing and quality.

The pics on the site do look better though. I can see that supporting 400 lbs. Now for the plaster in the wall? Hope you attach that to a stud is all I can say.

For a dresser: Instructions include drilling a hole in the back, threading the cable through and then attaching the cable to a bracket attached to the top of the dresser from underneath to the top of the dresser bottom side. And the wall anchor does go into a stud.

Several youtube videos available.

I'm sure I can source the parts at my local hardware store. Not sure you'd want to save a dollar here though. If you're not handy enough to buy the hardware yourself, and installing it well enough to be confident it works- pay a handyman to do it.
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Last edited by bigriff June 19, 2016 at 08:30 PM
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