"For anyone interested / needing to know, your panel depth from the wall needs to be a minimum of 45mm to fit these.
I used these for the first time installing some bespoke wooden vertical pipe covers.
Very pleased, the fittings give a surprisingly solid hold and are completely concealed when the cover / panel / whatever-you-are-installing is in place; furthermore, removal is easy - just a quick pull and the panel un-clips.
These are now a staple of my toolbox and my preferred method of concealed fixing."
"i am a plumber by trade and used these for the first time to box in heating pipes in my new kitchen. will definatley use again. so easy to fit and a solid fixing. forget the magnet type, these are streets ahead. wish I had found them sooner."
"i have been in the building trade for over 50 years now and I found these fixings as good as I have ever used.So easy to fix the panels and easy to use and very sturdy.Would recommend these fixings to anyone who wants to secret fix panels."
"Having used these for years even at a larger office furniture manufacturer I used to work for they are now indispensable as a means of quickly making either permanent or temporary carcases and are simply the best for installing removable panels for plumbing and electrical access.
They hold much firmer than magnets and provide a much sturdier carcass or panel and can of you need to be locked in place with a small screw through the centre of the clips to make permanent constructions.
Screw fix only have this one type at the moment for securing at 90 deg but others are available from the manufacturer so hopefully they will stock those too in time."
"I bought a pack of these a while ago on a whim to see how they work. If you play with them loose they don't seem as if they do much but get them onto your bits of board and wow do they grip. I've used them in kitchen fits and on trade show stands - knock together sales dump boxes and even holding up an 8x4 sheet with a TV and other paraphernalia mounted onto it. These are truly wonderful fixings and I can't stop using them"
"Stumbled across these whilst browsing through the catalogue looking for kitchen fixings. Ideal for attaching floor cabinets to the wall simple and easy to use and easy to re-set if necessary. Produced a strong sound attachment."
"10 pairs is maybe a bit over the top for most DIY'ers, maybe not depending on the size of your kitchen, but you'll pay more for far fewer similar items elsewhere on the internet.
Once I worked out the best way to fit them they worked like a dream. Plinths and built-under oven decor that used to fall off everytime you looked at them are now anchored firmly in place, but are easily removed if needs be."
"I bought these clips to fix a few panels in a new bathroom without unsightly screw and fill marks. They do the job really well - so easily off and onable (to quote Frank the tortoise in that old advert). But for the price I would give 5 stars."
"Good concept & makes fitting 'secret' panels a possibility without visible locks or catches. Mechanism relys upon the fitting flexing slightly by virtue of being plastic or ABS but herein also lies the problem, because sometimes when they flex they simply break. 100% of the time I out the panels back they close. 50% of the time a meter reader, tradesman, staff put the panels back the keku clips break. The other 50% of the time they leave the panels off. In summary not a durable system at all. I use flush mounts http://www.screwfix.com/p/flush-mounts-zinc-plated-3-75-x-35-x-36-87mm-pack-of-10/11423 which last forever and completely fox thieves."