Tusk Hook 'n' Hang review
At £22.61 and £17.76 respectively, totalling just over 40 quid if you add the lower guide, it’s substantially more than your average B&Q hooks, but Tusk Hook 'n' Hang is the real deal if you want the job done properly.
Sturdy bike hanging solution
Includes plasterboard fixings
This one’s pretty straightforward really. Fix Tusk Hook 'n' Hang to a wall, hang a bike on it. Does the bike stay put? Well, yes, quite well actually, especially if you use the lower guide too, albeit for an extra £17.76.
The only real problem we can see is the quality of the fixing in the wall. Plasterboard is likely to throw up its usual challenges. Tusk does, thoughtfully, offer a specific fitting kit though.
Access on and off the Tusk hanger is easy and there’s definitely no questioning its durability. It’s built to last, and it laughed in the face of the heaviest tank of a bike we could find.
The coating on the hook protects your rims from damage, although we’d still not hang up a bike by your best carbon hoops.
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