I got these got these for the low profile so I can put boxes near each other. These are very sturdy and take just minutes to install. I don't recommend these for something you carry for long periods of time or that are heavy (>30 lbs) as they would start digging into your hand...but for general lift and move short distances they are perfect.
I have built several of these Jewelry boxes with the Rockler Chest Handle and Brass Knobs. I have never stripped out a screw either in Oak as seen in the photo or 100 year old reclaimed Chestnut. Pilot holes of the correct size are required. This handle would not be appropriate for a large blanket or hope chest, but used in the proper application is excellent.
I use these handles a lot on cedar blanket chests that I build as Christmas gifts for family members. Like other reviewers have stated, the brass loop is a bit small for an adult's hand and should be increased in size slightly. As for the screws being too small and tearing out, I always replace them with size 10 brass machines scews sized to the thickness of the wood. The machines screws hold great, even with a chest full of blankets and quilts. Overall, the handles are very nice and compliment full-size brass piano hinges and other brass hardware on the chests I build.
Handle was shipped promptly and arrived in good condition, but unfortunately was much to light and flimsy to use on the hardwood hope chest I had built. It looks good in the picture but the handle would be appropriate for a much lighter chest.
Doesn't seem to be a quality piece of hardware - seems more decorative then anything. The screw heads popped on me on 3 of the 8, since the pre-drill holes were not "perfectly" lined up (and I thought they were). If the screw touches the brass plate during tightening they will pop. Looked nice once on though - I don't trust the amount of weight it can hold yet though.
Very small opening, I purchased to put on to the side of a toy box I had made for a relative. No way for an adult to get their hand in the handle opening, fingers only. Would be a good handle for kids use.