"I purchased these plugs when I ran out of my other ones. I had a list of thing to fix and install from one of my customers and used these and found them great, did not spin when I put the screws in held real well and went in flush first time. Good price and great plugs for all jobs."
"Cost more than standard plugs, but well worth it in saved time/ no spoiled holes etc. No problems with the available sizes and lengths. I use them in all surfaces never had a duff one. Give them a go you wont regret it."
"Best by test. Over twenty years in the building trade and I've never found a better all round plug. You can use them in pretty much any substrate and for those who say they are not long enough, you simply use a hammer and screw to tap them into the hole by 10 to 15 mm in plaster or 20 mm or so in render and you're into the masonry. I've even used them to hang hooks on the backs of hollow doors and provided you don't overload the hook they work fine. Great in plasterboard too. They bite first time and never spin."
"If you are in the market for general purpose rawlplugs to use for just about any job that comes to mind, then these plugs are just about the best you can buy for the money, they are a good gripping plug and provided you hole is the right size they will not turn, highly rated strong rawlplugs."
"I have used these Uno plugs exclusively since I first discovered them about three years ago. Somehow, they are easier to use and more reliable in use than any others that I have come across. In my applications, the substrate is typically brick, concrete or stone, so I can't comment on the "any wall" claim, but otherwise they do exactly what the manufacturer claims for them."
"I'm used to having red, yellow and brown in my toolbox, but the newer packs contain blue as well as or instead of yellow. There is a drilling guide but it doesn't seem to match up to the plugs. I had a shelving project fail with these plugs in breeze block."