Kreg K5MS-EUR Jig® K5 Master System - £125.99 delivered @ Powertoolmate
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Kreg K5MS-EUR Jig® K5 Master System - £125.99 delivered @ Powertoolmate

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Posted 20th May
A bit niche (and I know you buy much cheaper pocket hole jigs) - but this gets fantastic reviews and seems to be the best you can buy without spending twice as much. Great for all those lockdown diy projects!

Been waiting for it to come back in stock at powertoolmate at this price as it’s usually closer to £150. Next best price currently £137. So I’ve just ordered!

Here’s what comes in the kit:

1 x Kreg Jig Master
1 x 3" Automaxx face clamp
1 x Portable Base
1 x Kreg Jig Base
1 x Ratcheting front-stepped drill bit
1 x 6" Driver Bit
1 x Stop Collar
1 x Hex Key Wrench
1 x Starter Kreg Screw Set
1 x Starter pocket-hole plug pack
3 x Downloadable project plans

Non-master system kit available for £107.99 - but this is much better value with the clamp and portable base.
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Thank you. Ordered. Had this set up as an alert and been waiting for a deal..
SFJnet20/05/2020 08:02

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Thanks for flagging. The special chars in the url are breaking the redirect - so mods have linked to the search page instead. This kit should show at the top when you click through.
trouty5320/05/2020 08:08

Thank you. Ordered. Had this set up as an alert and been waiting for a …Thank you. Ordered. Had this set up as an alert and been waiting for a deal..


I was half expecting the price to go up when it came back in stock, so chuffed with this! Hope it works well for you
Fantastic jig. I have the Kreg K4, and the results are incredible. But, to use properly you need to be able to cut very straight and square,, or have a table or track saw.
Edited by: "williemanjaro" 20th May
Thanks OP
I appreciate that if you don't know what it's for, you don't need it and you'll likely hurt yourself with it!!!! But what does this do?
I know it's for matching wood joints up but is it for specific projects like kitchen installation or furniture making?
Edited by: "sb1876" 20th May
williemanjaro20/05/2020 09:50

Fantastic jig. I have the Kreg K4, and the results are incredible. But, to …Fantastic jig. I have the Kreg K4, and the results are incredible. But, to use properly you need to be able to cut very straight and square,, or have a table or track saw.


Thanks for the affirmation! Can’t wait to give it a go when it arrives. Going to have a go at making some drawers with it. From what you’ve said I’m glad I also ordered a square to attach to my track
sb187620/05/2020 10:14

I appreciate that if you don't know what it's for, you don't need it and …I appreciate that if you don't know what it's for, you don't need it and you'll likely hurt yourself with it!!!! But what does this do?I know it's for matching wood joints up but is it for specific projects like kitchen installation or furniture making?



sb187620/05/2020 10:14

I appreciate that if you don't know what it's for, you don't need it and …I appreciate that if you don't know what it's for, you don't need it and you'll likely hurt yourself with it!!!! But what does this do?I know it's for matching wood joints up but is it for specific projects like kitchen installation or furniture making?


It seems to be a pretty versatile (and perhaps more importantly quick and simple) fixing method. So I plan to use it for drawer making, shelving, general furniture making. Basically anything where I can hide the pocket holes as they aren’t the most attractive things. But there’ll be others who are better versed in a variety of methods and can pick the ideal join for the job. I’m a bit of a newbie to woodworking.
Edited by: "velojoe" 20th May
velojoe20/05/2020 10:24

It seems to be a pretty versatile (and perhaps more importantly quick and …It seems to be a pretty versatile (and perhaps more importantly quick and simple) fixing method. So I plan to use it for drawer making, shelving, general furniture making. Basically anything where I can hide the pocket holes as they aren’t the most attractive things. But there’ll be others who are better versed in a variety of methods and can pick the ideal join for the job. I’m a bit of a newbie to woodworking.

You can hide the holes (a bit), have a look at the plugs here - scroll down.
Incidentally, all you really need to make great pocket hole joints, is this which is £75 cheaper (Trend are another respected brand):
hotukdeals.com/dea…501
velojoe20/05/2020 10:24

It seems to be a pretty versatile (and perhaps more importantly quick and …It seems to be a pretty versatile (and perhaps more importantly quick and simple) fixing method. So I plan to use it for drawer making, shelving, general furniture making. Basically anything where I can hide the pocket holes as they aren’t the most attractive things. But there’ll be others who are better versed in a variety of methods and can pick the ideal join for the job. I’m a bit of a newbie to woodworking.


Thanks, and thanks to all for the info and links.
williemanjaro20/05/2020 11:03

Incidentally, all you really need to make great pocket hole joints, is …Incidentally, all you really need to make great pocket hole joints, is this which is £75 cheaper (Trend are another respected brand):https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/trend-phjig-pocket-hole-jig-dual-column-5495-at-amazon-3465501


Good point thanks for adding this. There are some minus on the trend one compared to the Kreg K4 but I can’t remember what it was! Might be worth some research. Otherwise I got the Kreg R3 they are about £30 and it does the pocket hole jobs I need
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