"I found these ideal for fixing joist hangers in my garage loft (standard and underslung). Quicker, easier and quieter than using twist-nails, and leaving me the option to alter things easily in the future. Using a PZ2 screwdriver head after drilling pilot holes, there were no problems installing 600 screws in a very short time."
"This is my standard screw for hanging medium to heavy pictures, mirrors etc, or for anything that a roundhead screw is suited to.
Used with Fischer SX #6 or #8 these screws are extremely reliable. However, you will need to have a newish Pozi #2 driver bit and make sure you drill pilot holes in timber otherwise the heads may cam out. I've got through 10s of boxes of these and never had a head snap off.
(Average rating given for features - category doesn't really apply to screws!)"
"There seem to be some boxes of these screws available with label drawings that depict the contents as countersunk head screws but with the correct part number of 19936. It is only the pictures that are wrong...not the contents. Customer service 10/10 !!"
"In the toolshop we often need to renew the handles on garden spades, forks etc. We don't have the kit to renew the rivets as fitted in the original factory. These screws are the substitute most successfully used."
"I was looking for something to fix plastic trunking in my new workshop. These screws are ideal as they drive straight through the plastic into the wood. They are also very good for fixing guttering clips to the fascia board."
"Needed some roundhead screws for outside work so checked the reviews and went for these. The screws are absolutely fine, you need a good driver to send these in, preferably an unused bit. I probably should have drilled pilot holes first but although they took some pushing, I didn't get any snapped heads. The main problem, as noted by other reviewers, is that they are supplied in a box with a countersunk picture on the outside. I bought the box and thought nothing of it until I opened it and found --200 countersunk screws. I had to go back and change the box which again had a picture of countersunk screws. This time I opened it in store and found the correct roundhead screws inside. What a waste of time and petrol. You need to sort this out Screwfix."
"It would be best if the boxes for round head screws showed a silhouette of a round head on the lid. The ones I bought had a picture of a countersunk head. I took them back to the counter where they opened the boxes to prove the contents were indeed round heads."
"The screws are what you'd expect, do the job well with minimal problems.
For some strange reason the screws are packaged in the same boxes with the same labels as the counter sunk equivalents. No problem, except that's there's absolutely nothing on the outside of the box to indicate that they're not countersunk! The pictures on the outside of the box and on the label show countersunk screws not round head. I almost took them back when I looked at the box but opened it just to check!"