My initial feedback is that this project is not right for me. I typically hang with a single nail for small frames and i'll use an anchor for something larger. While there are times my frames are misaligned, especially those on a stairway and all I do is realign it in under 3 seconds. My bigger issue is someone bumps the frame and it falls off the wall. Does this solve that problem?
Kudos to the suggestion above on putting feet on the frame to add a little friction and prevent minor misalignments - I'm going to do that.
- how much weight will this hold?
- the initial picture looks cheap. Two off-white plastic pieces sitting by themselves. I would expect these to cost around 50 cents at Menards. Maybe 2 or 3 for a dollar? As others have said, the price needs to come down, especially if someone is hanging a lot of frames.
- - the alternative is a nail which is really really cheap.
- can you change the color from off-white or add some branding brand (e.g. a logo) to the device? something to make it appear worth a premium?
- there is a reward indicating the inventor, but I don't know anything about the inventor. i want to know I'm supporting someone's vision and not just a piece of plastic.
- show me someone that looks like they've never hung a picture and how easy it is for them - a testimonial would help.
- one issue I frequently have is that I drag the frame all over the wall to try to find the nail in the wall - will this make it easier/faster to find the nail?
- if you want to charge a premium, this should be a kit of some kind. bubble level? hammer?
For $30, at my local hardware store, i can buy a full kit to hang over 80 frames. I don't understand why this is better.
https://www.menards.com/main/tools-hard ... -13085.htm