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1. Kreg K2000PP ProPack Pocket Hole
$749.99 $749.95 list($799.00)
2. Kreg DB50 Foreman Pocket Machine
$54.99 $53.99 list($64.95)
3. Kreg R2XXX Rocket Pockethole System
$2,299.99 list($2,399.00)
4. Kreg KFT4X8 Framing Table (4'
$27.99 list($36.00)
5. Kreg SML-C125 1-1/4" #7 Coarse
$24.99 list($29.99)
6. Kreg SKO2 Pocket Hole Screw Kit
$159.99
7. Kreg KMS7102 Precision Miter Gauge
$27.99 list($34.00)
8. Kreg SPS-F125 1-1/4" #6 Fine Screw
$16.99
9. Kreg BITXXX Replacement Drill
$29.99 list($22.99)
10. Kreg SML-F125-1000 Pocket Hole
$19.99 $19.95 list($24.99)
11. Kreg RACXXX Right Angle Clamp
$59.95
12. Kreg H1159 Rocket Jig Kit
$19.99
13. Kreg LFCXXX Large Face Clamp
$19.99
14. Kreg MKJKIT Mini Kreg Jig Kit
$6.99
15. Kreg P-OAK Oak Plugs for Pockets
$6.99
16. Kreg P-PIN Pine Plugs for Pockets
$119.99
17. Kreg CT6030 Beaver Tools Screw
$109.99 $99.95 list($119.95)
18. Kreg K-2XXX K2 35mm Jig Pockethole
$49.99
19. Kreg KLBK Kreg Large Bench Klamp
$24.99
20. Kreg DKDB 3/8" Step Drill Bit

1. Kreg K2000PP ProPack Pocket Hole Jig
list price: $139.99
our price: $129.00
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Asin: B000051WSI
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Kreg
Sales Rank: 31
Average Customer Review: 4.76 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Since its invention by the ancient Egyptians, the pocket holejoint has become a favorite among modern framers and other woodworkersinterested in creating strong joints for their projects. The Kreg K2000ProPack pocket hole jig contains everything you'll need to createperfect pocket holes, all from a trusted leader in the field known forproviding quality products. This kit is designed to help woodworkersplace pocket holes in their ideal location on any surface, regardless ofthickness, and even includes project plans and detailed instructions foruse. It's a must for any woodworker who either uses pocket hole jointsor has an interest in trying them. --Carl Thress ... Read more

Features

  • Comes in a molded carrying case
  • Horizontally spaces holes at 9/16, 7/8, and 1-7/16 inches on center
  • Three positions to center holes in 1/2-, 3/4-, and1-1/2-inch thick material
  • Two wing supports hold wider material
  • Step block and riser block included for 1/2-inch and 1-1/2-inch material

Reviews (37)

5-0 out of 5 stars This Kreg kit is one slick setup.
I've used my Kreg kit for several months now. It sure makes a difference in the speed of assembly. I whipped up a router table in no time and a lot of other projects besides. Works great on dimensional lumber too. Used it to make the 2X4 framing for a utility building addition as well as the framing for flooring in my aluminum boat. It's great having everything all packed in the carrying case ready to go. Setup is a snap and sure cuts down on the need for lots of clamps.

5-0 out of 5 stars Holing Wonder!
I bought one of these to make face frames for some kitchen cabinets, but it has gotten a considerable workout in addition to the original project. The kit is very complete and comes in a nice plastic case. There are actually two jigs - the large one that you will need to mount on a board and the small, one hole "Mini Jig" that just gets clamped wherever you need it.

The large jig with the wings is the most useful. It has a built-in clamp to hold the wood securely against the drilling jig. There are three separate guide holes that allow for different spacing of holes. The "wings" are two separate parts that do not connect to the main jig. You will have to screw all three pieces to a piece of 3/4" plywood to get the most use out of it. That leaves a big vacancy in the case if you leave it setup, as I do, but that makes a good place to store additional screws.

The "Mini Jig" is great for those large panels that can't be mounted in the main jig. Just clamp it where you want it and drill the holes.

Depth adjustment is easy with the guide on the "wings." Just lay the special bit in the groove with the bit's shoulder aligned with the thickness of the material you are screwing to. Slide the stop collar on the bit shaft until it is against the side of the wing and tighten. You can't make an error. It does pay to check the collar every now and then to make sure it has not slipped. If you over drill, you will be going through the face side of your work with the screws.

I use this in place of biscuits in many cases, but don't throw out the biscuit joiner yet! On long, edge-joined pieces, it is helpful to throw in a few biscuits for alignment between the screws, not gluing them if you want to make it a "knock-down" cabinet.

I used to think I was pretty slick with a drill, cutting an occasional pocket hole freehand. That just is not as precise or repeatable as the results you will get with this jig. I would highly recommend adding this outfit to your shop - you will get more and better results! Oh, and do order some extra screws - you WILL have a use for them!

5-0 out of 5 stars Kreg Pro Pack is great!
I recently purchased the Kreg K2000 Pro Pack. I had been using a generic pocket hole jig, and after setting up and using my new Kreg jig I can say there is no comparison. The Kreg jig is a slick set up. It made it easy to drill clean pocket holes. Also, use the Kreg screws. The Kreg screws easily bore into the wood, and so far I've had no problem with wood splitting. In fact a friend who is a carpenter was impressed when I showed him a project and he learned that I didn't have to drill a pilot hole in the receiving piece of oak. He was impressed that there was no splitting. This seems to be a really nice tool set.

5-0 out of 5 stars Save time and labor
Don't be afraid to give this joint maker a try, you will be suprised how fast and easy you can make perfect joints. I just built an entire set of kitchen cabinets using the kreg pro, and it more than paid for itself in time and labor and frustration. Very easy to use. Great tool.

5-0 out of 5 stars great joint maker
This is great tool for making easy joints, I have used them in outdoor tables where I don't want the joints to show. I am finding more and more uses for this product every day. The set up is easy and it really make a strong joint in seconds.
I have just completed a pie safe and the inside joints were made even beter with the plugs. They seem to disapear after sanding and finishing. ... Read more


2. Kreg DB50 Foreman Pocket Machine
list price: $799.00
our price: $749.99
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Asin: B00009OLD1
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Kreg
Sales Rank: 2728
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Features

  • 19 inches high by 13-5/8 inches wide by 22-5/8 inches deep; 6-inch tabletop height
  • Semi-automatic machine creates the same round-sided hole as the Kreg Jig in a fraction of the time
  • 3/4 horsepower pneumatic motor
  • Features 1/2- to 1-1/2-inch material capacity and quick drill bit changes
  • Entirely pneumatic powered drill motor and clamping cylinder for hands free clamping

3. Kreg R2XXX Rocket Pockethole System
list price: $64.95
our price: $54.99
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Asin: B00002240J
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Kreg
Sales Rank: 131
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Features a hollow recess on back of the jig
  • A gate that covers the opening which locks the clamp on the jig
  • Extension plate
  • Lifetime Guarantee

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Product/Easy to Use
I have been using the Kreg Pocket Jig for about eight years and have been totally satisfied. For cabinet construction, I generally use pocket screws in conjunction with biscuits. It may take a little longer, but the end result is perfect alignment and no clamping reqired.

5-0 out of 5 stars Kreg Pocket Hole Jigs Number 1 across the board
I bought the Kreg Pocket Hole Pro Pack, which has all of the components on this set, plus the workpiece holder. You could make your own using a toggle clamp. What I wanted to share with you is that the Kreg Pocket Hole offerings made the number one spot across the board in the November 2003 issue of Better Homes and Gardens "Wood" magazine. Everything from the mini on through to the automated production machine were given the top ratings. It was a clean sweep for Kreg. They tested a lot of machines too. Some of the advantages are the flush edge joining to the workpiece prevented tearout. The case hardened steel guides didn't show wear or metal shavings. Easy to make or buy the premade plug holes out of wood. (Some were an odd shape, and wouldn't accept plugs very well)
Even though the body is made out of plastic, which is substantial and well done, the steel guides are the only thing the drill bit touches.
Pocket hole joinery is a nice addition to your arsenal. You will find yourself incorporating it more and more into your projects, and the Kreg system is the best. Highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars Quick, easy pocket holes
I just used this today for the first time to build a frame for a pirates chest for my 5 year olds' birthday party. Quick easy joints that looked great. Loved it.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Great Tool for the Shop
I build cabinetry and prior to getting my Kreg I used a mix of T&G, dowels, and biscuits to join boards and frames together. For your basic furniture construction this device is simply amazing. Attach the jig to one face to be joined, run the special drill bit (included) down one or both fixed metal ferules, unclamp and use the Kreg screws to attach the two parts. I can now build furniture, test for fit in the shop, take it apart, apply finish and rebuild on site.

On the downside it leaves a rather gaping hole on one side of the joint so it is not the preferred method for joining boards that are visible on both sides. They sell wooden plugs (in different wood species), but I am not impressed with them as they take a lot of fiddling to get them in and flush. I also have not used it for joining boards into panels (table tops or cabinet sides) because I prefer an old school biscuit joint with good clamping technique for a flush surface.

However like I said earlier. This is a heck of a tool. It makes for speedy face frame joints and handles my ¾ inch plywood joints very easily. Plus I can literally build the cabinet piece by piece and take it apart to finish or move it. For the price, the rocket pockethole kit is a very good value. If you build cabinets or furniture, than this is a nice tool to have it your shop. (BTW: order extra screws - personally I find I use the 1 ¼ coarse thread screws on just about everything).

5-0 out of 5 stars A wonderful alternative to biscuits
I bought one of these little jigs to see if pocket screw construction really was as great as the advertisements say- and I'm here to tell you it's even better. I'd used biscuits in the past to build cabinets, but pocket screws can be set up faster and require no clamping when gluing. The only downside is that pocket screws, unlike biscuits, aren't totally hidden from view- but the holes can be hidden in a lot of built in construction or filled with oak or maple plugs available from Kreg.

This little Kreg jig has a plastic body, but it's a very high density synthetic and should last a long time. The kit has everything you need to get started, including screws, but you'll probably want to get a bag of another 1000 if you plan on doing more than a few boxes.

If you're planning on gearing up for even limited production, or building an entire kitchen, consider getting the all-metal Kreg with built in clamp. For about twice the cost (once you buy the accesories already included with this jig) you'll have a unit than can be bench mounted and sets up in a couple of seconds. ... Read more


4. Kreg KFT4X8 Framing Table (4' x 8')
list price: $2,399.00
our price: $2,299.99
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Asin: B0001X215I
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Kreg
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Features

  • E-Z glide transfer arm
  • Large 4' x 8', 5/4" thick melamine surface
  • One piece, tubular steel frame
  • Retractable squaring fence for oversize frames
  • Four high-quality clamping cylinders (90 psi minimum)

5. Kreg SML-C125 1-1/4" #7 Coarse Screw (1000-Pack)
list price: $36.00
our price: $27.99
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Asin: B00002240N
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Kreg
Sales Rank: 542
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com

Kreg's self-tapping screws were designed for its famous pocket-hole joinery, but that's not all they're good for. Kreg's self-tapping auger point eliminates time-consuming pre-drilling, and these screws are made from the highest quality steel, case-hardened and coated with a dri-lube finish. That means less driving torque for you. This coarse-thread screw has a larger thread diameter and provides greater holding power when driving a screw into soft material such as plywood, particle board, MDF, melamine and pine. The washer head offers a great surface area to seat the screw firmly and helps prevent overdriving. They're on the spendy side, but the quality is worth it.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

Features

  • Softwood to softwood
  • 1000 pack

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars You need the coarse AND the fine screws
I had read a review that stated they were using the fine screws for everything. I found that when using soft pine, and more importantly into plywood, the fine screws were on the edge of getting the job done. All you had to do was remove one of the screws and reinsert it, to see what I mean. In my opinion getting the coarse screws, and the fine screws is essential.
These screws have a very sharp tip on them, and the shaft thickness is thin as well. Consequently you do not need to pre-drill unless you are using them close to an edge of a soft wood. In that condition the thin edge can bulge a little.
The great thing about pocket hole screws is their convenience, and strength especially when used in pairs. You will find your self using these more and more often. I even use them on straight joinery by drilling with a forstner bit to create a straight pocket, then go right in with the pocket hole screws. Admittedly by using the kreg jig, and getting an angled installation is stronger than going in straight. The angle prevents tugging on just the threads, but rather creates strength by having to pull the angled shaft through the wood. That is a lot stronger except in the rare condition of pressure being exerted at the direct angle of insertion-not likely.
Their is some difference of opinion as to whether it is advisable to use glue in conjunction with pocket hole screws. One camp states that since the screws hold so well when done in pairs, that you do not need to use glue. Additionally, that gives you the option of being able to remove the joint, in the event you need to resize for example, or disassemble for shipping. Additionally their argument states that since the pocket hole screw system holds so tight, any glue that is put in the seam will be squeezed out.
The other camp feels that for security purposes, gluing and screwing is the way to go. In the book, "Building Kitchen Cabinets" by Udo Schmidt (an excellent book by the way) the author states, "The expense of a pocket hole-drilling jig will easily be repaid in the time you save assembling face frames.
So if you are contemplating getting the Kreg jig assembly, it comes highly recommended. If you are thinking about buying the screws, I recommend you getting the coarse and fine screws in the 1 1/4" format, since they are useful for joining 3/4" wood. Additionally you should get the screw kit with a variety of different length screws for those times when you are dealing with different stock thickness.
In a recent magazine doing a run off of different manufacturers pocket hole jigs, Kreg took first place in every size jig-first place across the board. Hope this helps.

5-0 out of 5 stars Self Boaring!
These screws work really good with Kreg's drill bit with pilot hole tip (3/8" diameter). It is self boaring so it doesn't split the wood. The coarse one works for soft wood like pine and plywood. Use fine screws for hard wood. Wish these screws were a little cheaper. ... Read more


6. Kreg SKO2 Pocket Hole Screw Kit
list price: $29.99
our price: $24.99
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Asin: B0000T4UES
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Kreg
Sales Rank: 872
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Features

  • Self storing box
  • Self-tapping
  • # 2 Square drive
  • Case hardened
  • Appox 750 Assorted screws

7. Kreg KMS7102 Precision Miter Gauge System
list price: $159.99
our price: $159.99
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Asin: B0002QZ4RG
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Kreg
Sales Rank: 3220
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Features

  • Postive stops at 0, 10, 22-1/2, 30 and 45 degrees
  • Factory Calibration. Guaranteed out of the box to .003 accuracy of 6"
  • Gauge head is CNC machine perfectly square to the bar and table ( no stampings)
  • Vernier scale allows fast, 1/10th degree angle adjustments
  • Microadjuster allows additional angle adjustment to 1/100th degree

8. Kreg SPS-F125 1-1/4" #6 Fine Screw (1000-Pack)
list price: $34.00
our price: $27.99
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Asin: B00002240M
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Kreg
Sales Rank: 767
Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Hardwood to hardwood
  • 1000 pack

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars They do it well
I bought these with the Kreg Pro Pack Pocket Hole Kit. They do the job well. Other sizes are available as well. It is a good idea to stock up on this 1 1/4" size, since they are intended for use in the most popular wood size of 3/4". That way you get 1/2" bite into the joining wood. These fine threaded screws are made for hardwoods. The point is so sharp that they will go into Red Oak without having to drill a pilot hole. Even though the Kreg jig comes with a drill bit with a tip on it, that bit does not even penetrate the first piece of wood, let alone the joining piece. They depend on the sharpness of these pocket hole screws to make their way through even the hardwoods. The shaft is narrow enough so as to not cause a split.
A coarse thread is available for soft woods as well.
These Kreg screws are well made, and do the job well. Hope this helps.

5-0 out of 5 stars Kreg SPS-F125 1-1/4" #6 Hardwood Screws
I have just built an entire set of kitchen cabinets using hickory, which is very hard in case you haven't worked with it before. I did not have one twist-off or spin-out with these screws. Excellent screws.

4-0 out of 5 stars Note differences between washer and pan head
I bought the Kreg pocket hole kit and love it. It comes with a few dozen 1 1/4 screws, and I bought these thinking they are the same. These are the Pan Head, which are nice, but the ones in the kit are washer heads that have more purchase on the bottom of the pocket. The pan heads will sink into the wood, even using walnut and cherry. I have not had one fail yet, but I worry that they sink about 3/16" deeper into the joint than the other screws. Visit the Kreg site to find the whole assortment of screws and plugs.

5-0 out of 5 stars screwy for screws
What makes true happiness? Love, a good job, lots of money? Well I think it is none of those. I believe true happiness comes from screws and how well they go into the woood. It was a beautiful day, the sun beat down, I had the radio on, I was driving around. Trees went by, me and dale were singing "little run away" I was a flying. I got the Kreg SPS-F125 1-1/4" #6 Fine screw in a 1000 pack equiped with duel tighten control force feedback, notch haver plug and of course the rifts that make it tighten on a dime. I was running down a dream that never would come to me, working on a mystery going where ever it leads, RUNNING DOWN A DREAM. I used my brand new "built ford tough" type screw driver and the screws just cut right through that wood it had to be one of the best days of my life. I'm a big man but i'm not afraid to admit i cried there, cried like a little baby.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fabulous Fine No. 6
These screws just ooze into wood like a hot knife through butter. Since using these screws to repair a drawer and refasten a picture frame, I've had a few compliments for my fine taste in screws. First I drilled tiny holes to accommodate the insertion.

My original thought was that I would have to drill two sizes larger that the tiny initial hole I drilled. Not to be, for these fine #6's slid right in there with that finely honed point that was lovingly crafted at its beginning.

Of course I can't go in to detail as to the overall longevity of the beautiful finish. These screws that I've used have only been in place for weeks.

After two or three years though, I'll be sure to give an update on the resiliency of the finish. ... Read more


9. Kreg BITXXX Replacement Drill Bit
list price: $16.99
our price: $16.99
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Asin: B00002240L
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Kreg
Sales Rank: 946
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Specially designed for pocket hole joinery
  • Small tip provides a clearance hole for the screw shank
  • Large diameter produces flat-bottomed hole for the head of the screw
  • Corded, high rpm drill is recommended

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars It's good to have a backup
I purchased the Kreg Pro Pack unit, that comes with this bit. My feeling is that since it is the only one, if for any reason I am in the middle of a project and the tip breaks, or I have any other problem with it, I don't want to be left standing while I wait for another one. So I bought it as a backup.
This bit does a great job, and the Kreg pocket hole systems won top of class award in every category in a recent run off by one of the top woodworking magazines. They won in every size, and every model from the mini on through to the professional bench top.
I don't really anticipate having a problem with the drill bit, but when doing this for a living, you need a parachute, in the event the unusual happens. This bit is built strong, and is rather large, so breakage is not likely, but the tip that protrudes on the end is a lot smaller, and that could possibly break. Additionally, if you are pocket holing all day, the bit could dull, and that would requires a replacement.
Overall highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars High Quality!
It is 3/8" in diameter and works very well with Kreg's or similiar make self-boaring screws. You can use with any drill driver. Simple! ... Read more


10. Kreg SML-F125-1000 Pocket Hole Screws - 1-1/4" #7 Fine Washer-Head (1000-Count)
list price: $22.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B0006444U2
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Kreg
Sales Rank: 2290
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Features

  • Washer head seats flush in the bottom of the pocket to eliminate pull through for a finer outcome
  • 1-1/4-inch screw length for joining 3/4-inch hardwood material such as oak, maple, hickory, cherry and walnut
  • Maxi-Loc washer head for precision driving and the elimination of overdriving in softer stock
  • Self-tapping auger tip eliminates the need for pre-drilling for less downtime and more productivity
  • Large diameter steel shanks for optimal durability

11. Kreg RACXXX Right Angle Clamp
list price: $24.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00009OLD3
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Kreg
Sales Rank: 810
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Features

  • 180 degree swiveling pad
  • Easy release handle
  • 4-1/2" reach

12. Kreg H1159 Rocket Jig Kit

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Asin: B0000DD21F
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Kreg
Sales Rank: 1274
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Great for face frame or Euro-style cabinets, edge-banding for counter-tops, mitered corners, shop jigs and more. Eliminates dowel, biscuit and mortise and tenon headaches. Also great for outdoor projects like attaching decking from below because water doesn't soak around the screw into the wood. Kit includes Rocket Jig, dual purpose clamp, extension for thicker material, drill, screwdriver bit, stop collar, instructions and a big handful of screws. ... Read more

Features

  • Rocket Pocket Hole System

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars A Must Have For Anyone That Works With Wood
Everything from fine joinery to toe-nailing rough framing.A must have for any kind of carpenter/woodworker.Definitely worth the price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Kreg Pocket Hole Jigs Take the #1 spot across the board
Kreg Pocket Hole offerings made the number one spot across the board in the November 2003 issue of Better Homes and Gardens "Wood" magazine. Everything from the mini on through to the automated production machine were given the top ratings. It was a clean sweep for Kreg. They tested a lot of machines too. Some of the advantages are the flush edge joining to the workpiece prevented tearout. The case hardened steel guides didn't show wear or metal shavings. Easy to make or buy the premade plug holes out of wood. (Some were an odd shape, and wouldn't accept plugs very well)
Even though the body is made out of plastic, which is substantial and well done, the steel guides are the only thing the drill bit touches.
Pocket hole joinery is a nice addition to your arsenal. You will find yourself incorporating it more and more into your projects, and the Kreg system is the best. Highly recommended. ... Read more


13. Kreg LFCXXX Large Face Clamp
list price: $19.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00009OLD2
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Kreg
Sales Rank: 2000
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Features

  • 6" reach
  • Easy release handle
  • Large non-marring pad

14. Kreg MKJKIT Mini Kreg Jig Kit
list price: $19.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00065WPP2
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Kreg
Sales Rank: 2599
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Features

  • Handy for repair applications and space constricted areas
  • Includes the Mini Kreg jig
  • One-piece step drill bit
  • Depth collar to set drilling depth
  • Allen wrench to tighten depth collar

15. Kreg P-OAK Oak Plugs for Pockets (50-Pack)
list price: $6.99
our price: $6.99
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Asin: B00002240O
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Kreg
Sales Rank: 702
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Features

  • solid wood plugs are made from accurate dowel for a great fit
  • Cut to match the pocket's angle for minimal sanding
  • 50-count bag

16. Kreg P-PIN Pine Plugs for Pockets (50-Pack)
list price: $6.99
our price: $6.99
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Asin: B000068PIF
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Kreg
Sales Rank: 3980
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Features

  • Made from quality doweling for solid joining
  • Cut to match the pocket's angle for minimal sanding
  • Plugs blend with wood even in high-vis applications
  • 50-count bag of pine pocket hole plugs

17. Kreg CT6030 Beaver Tools Screw Gun for Kreg Framing Table
list price: $119.99
our price: $119.99
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Asin: B0001X2162
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Kreg
Sales Rank: 34935
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18. Kreg K-2XXX K2 35mm Jig Pockethole Professional
list price: $119.95
our price: $109.99
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Asin: B0000DD1YD
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Kreg
Sales Rank: 14671
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Features

  • Lifetime warranty
  • Most versatile pocket hole jig available
  • Patented dual purpose design
  • Handles stock from 1/2- to 1-1/2 inches
  • Made from industrial aluminum

19. Kreg KLBK Kreg Large Bench Klamp
list price: $49.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B0007VYL34
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Kreg
Sales Rank: 4469
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Features

  • 360 degree pivoting clamping station
  • Removable Clamp
  • Flexible Clamping System
  • Hold down clamp for pocket hole joinery and many other applications

20. Kreg DKDB 3/8" Step Drill Bit for Pocket Hole Machines
list price: $24.99
our price: $24.99
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Asin: B0001X21NK
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Kreg
Sales Rank: 23287
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Features

  • Produces a clean pocket hole that can be plugged.
  • Simple, one-piece design.
  • Made form cobalt steel for longer life.
  • Drill pocket and pilot hole in one stroke.
  • For use in all Kreg machines and manual jigs.

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