Man in the MiddleJuly 13, 2021
I just installed this, and doing so took only a few minutes, most of which was for removing the chrome hook previously in one of our bathrooms, and moving it to our other bathroom where its chrome look fits, so I could install this satin nickel hook in the first bathroom.
The only negative is that I am not fond of using plastic screw anchors in hollow core doors, preferring to use short screws instead. In this case, the long screws supplied with this hook were perfect for going into a wall stud in the new bathroom, while the short screws from the replaced hook were perfect for the original bathroom. The removed hook's inner support plate also differed in that it wanted its two screws installed horizontally, whereas this hook wants them installed vertically. But no matter. After only a few minutes effort with an electric drill and a power screwdriver, both hooks are properly and securely installed in their new locations, looking good and ready for use.