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Kreg KPHJ320 Pocket Hole Jig 320 Kit £26.95 at FFX

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Needs no description. If you are looking then you know what this is. For a Kreg this is a bargain price. FFX on ebay selling them for £30 (RRP £37.96), Amazon selling it for £43.50(!). I've tried 2 different clone version ... this is the real deal.

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Kreg KPHJ320 Pocket-Hole Jig 320

The Complete Pocket-Hole Kit for Building DIY Wood ProjectsThe Kreg Pocket-Hole Jig 320 makes it easier than ever to build wood projects — whether you’re building your first DIY project, or you’ve been working with wood for years. The Pocket-Hole Jig 320 uses a simple, easy-to-understand setup process that gives you the versatility you need to build with boards and plywood of any thickness between ½” and 1½”. The 320 features two drill guides, a removable spacer, and convenient material-thickness stops.The included material thickness gauge and easy-set drill bit make setup simple, while the convenient clamp adapter and anti-slip base hold the jig precisely in position while you drill perfectly positioned pocket holes every time. The jig and its included components store in a durable, compact case that even has space to store Kreg Pocket-Hole Screws — with 40 sample screws included. Durable construction and hardened-steel guides with a lifetime warranty ensure that the Kreg Pocket-Hole Jig 320 will deliver the years of project-building and home-repair satisfaction and value you expect from the #1 pocket-hole brand—Kreg.


Features and Benefits:
  • Works with materials from ½” to 1½” thick
  • Simple to set up and easy to use with convenient material-thickness stops
  • Durable construction, lifetime drill-guide warranty
  • Versatile for indoor and outdoor projects, and making household repairs
  • Convenient variable pocket-hole spacing with twist-apart drill guides and removable spacers
  • Secure positioning with anti-slip base and included clamp adapter
  • Foolproof setup with a material-thickness gauge, positive stops, and easy-set drill bit and stop collar

Technical Specification:
Construction: Glass-filled nylon, hardened steel, thermoplastic elastomer
Number of Drill Guides: 2 Drill Guides with twist-apart design
Material Capacity: ½” to 1 ½” (13-38mm)
Drill-Guide Spacings: ¾”, 1 ½” (19mm, 38mm), unlimited when drill guides separated
Clamping Method: Works with Kreg Clamps and a variety of other clamps

Supplied With:
2 x Drill Guides with Material Thickness Stops
1 x Drill Guide Spacer
1 x Easy-Set Drill Bit and Stop Collar
1 x Material Thickness Gauge/Hex Wrench
1 x 6? Square-Drive Bit
1 x Carrying Case
40 x Sample Screws
1 xOwner’s Manual

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I love doing a little pocket hole jig
Apart from the ridiculously priced Porter gear, Kreg is the best for pocket holes and FFX are consistently the cheapest, for the tools and the screws. This kit is better than the R3 kit, as it's modular, although can't think why you'd want that, but as this offer makes it cheaper, who cares?! Still need to buy the clamp though - impossible to use without it.
Good find - heat.
Holdsworth23/02/2020 08:59

Apart from the ridiculously priced Porter gear, Kreg is the best for …Apart from the ridiculously priced Porter gear, Kreg is the best for pocket holes and FFX are consistently the cheapest, for the tools and the screws. This kit is better than the R3 kit, as it's modular, although can't think why you'd want that, but as this offer makes it cheaper, who cares?! Still need to buy the clamp though - impossible to use without it.Good find - heat.


Just to say we used this exact model with a cheap 'vanilla' (ie not a kreg) quick-clamp (around £6-8) w/out any problems.
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Good find. Thanks Op.
I love doing a little pocket hole jig
Excellent price, well done
Apart from the ridiculously priced Porter gear, Kreg is the best for pocket holes and FFX are consistently the cheapest, for the tools and the screws. This kit is better than the R3 kit, as it's modular, although can't think why you'd want that, but as this offer makes it cheaper, who cares?! Still need to buy the clamp though - impossible to use without it.
Good find - heat.
Any ideas if the £3-4 pocket hole drill bits on eBay any good?
Holdsworth23/02/2020 08:59

Apart from the ridiculously priced Porter gear, Kreg is the best for …Apart from the ridiculously priced Porter gear, Kreg is the best for pocket holes and FFX are consistently the cheapest, for the tools and the screws. This kit is better than the R3 kit, as it's modular, although can't think why you'd want that, but as this offer makes it cheaper, who cares?! Still need to buy the clamp though - impossible to use without it.Good find - heat.


Just to say we used this exact model with a cheap 'vanilla' (ie not a kreg) quick-clamp (around £6-8) w/out any problems.
wendy0723/02/2020 09:10

Just to say we used this exact model with a cheap 'vanilla' (ie not a …Just to say we used this exact model with a cheap 'vanilla' (ie not a kreg) quick-clamp (around £6-8) w/out any problems.


You have a link to an example pls? Cheers
What a find! Thanks so much! Was going to get one of these for a van conversion im doing. So a nice little saving there!
Literally my favourite tool in my box
spongefactory23/02/2020 09:45

You have a link to an example pls? Cheers


Used the one linked below .. because it was in the toolbox and it just happened to fit the kreg. But I suppose anything similar will work .

screwfix.com/p/q…54v
I like that work bench
Sounds weird but these are so oddly satisfying to use.
I had never heard of a pocket hole jig, it looks like a really useful tool. Just deciding now if I 'need' one. Voted hot.
Holdsworth23/02/2020 08:59

Apart from the ridiculously priced Porter gear, Kreg is the best for …Apart from the ridiculously priced Porter gear, Kreg is the best for pocket holes and FFX are consistently the cheapest, for the tools and the screws. This kit is better than the R3 kit, as it's modular, although can't think why you'd want that, but as this offer makes it cheaper, who cares?! Still need to buy the clamp though - impossible to use without it.Good find - heat.


I have a select of generic F-clamps, G-clamps and sash clamps to hold the workpiece in place.
I've built a fair amount of furniture this way.
Great piece of kit - highly recommended.
Heated.
Zaxxan23/02/2020 11:13

I had never heard of a pocket hole jig, it looks like a really useful …I had never heard of a pocket hole jig, it looks like a really useful tool. Just deciding now if I 'need' one. Voted hot.


Makes very strong neat joints as I understand it. As the screws sit below the surface of the wood and go into the joint at an angle so you are never just screwing into end grain which can easily split.
Shah_AlivUs23/02/2020 09:02

Any ideas if the £3-4 pocket hole drill bits on eBay any good?



They do the job
I got this for £5>>
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Edited by: "maxmax" 23rd Feb
Just got this. Seemed like quite a good deal for an assorted box of screws and 2 drivers. Would have cost about £35 on amazon.

ebay.co.uk/itm…431

Thought I would start out with kreg screws and then try some other brands when I run out.
Can I pick pockets with this?
Great deal OP

I'm looking for one to put together some 2x4s for a bedframe though, this says material up the 1.5" thick so I guess wouldn't work, can anyone confirm? Was looking at something like this as an alternative but cheaper would definitely be better!
Jacob_Mackenzie23/02/2020 12:31

Just got this. Seemed like quite a good deal for an assorted box of screws …Just got this. Seemed like quite a good deal for an assorted box of screws and 2 drivers. Would have cost about £35 on amazon.https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/402046899431Thought I would start out with kreg screws and then try some other brands when I run out.


Decking screws work quite well too.
wendy0723/02/2020 13:14

Decking screws work quite well too.


Could you point me in the direction of some that would work with this jig?

Sounds like that could work out a lot cheaper.
joelr23/02/2020 12:56

Great deal OP I'm looking for one to put together some 2x4s for a …Great deal OP I'm looking for one to put together some 2x4s for a bedframe though, this says material up the 1.5" thick so I guess wouldn't work, can anyone confirm? Was looking at something like this as an alternative but cheaper would definitely be better!


The angle is 15 degrees , I suppose one could calculate the distance to place the kreg or similar to ensure correct outcomes. Maybe draw up a template first.
maxmax23/02/2020 12:09

They do the job I got this for £5>>[Image]


Just need to make a template to have correct placement distance.

Kreg just removes the need.
I prefer and Irish one myself ! Infact i'm sure the guy doing the demo is wearing an Irish Jig

maxmix
wendy0723/02/2020 13:18

The angle is 15 degrees , I suppose one could calculate the distance to …The angle is 15 degrees , I suppose one could calculate the distance to place the kreg or similar to ensure correct outcomes. Maybe draw up a template first.


Agreed, but I think you also have to adjust the stop on the stepped bit so the hole ends up the right length? So if the included bit isn't long enough I might end up having to buy a longer one as well. May well still be that this kit is a good starting point.
joelr23/02/2020 14:10

Agreed, but I think you also have to adjust the stop on the stepped bit so …Agreed, but I think you also have to adjust the stop on the stepped bit so the hole ends up the right length? So if the included bit isn't long enough I might end up having to buy a longer one as well. May well still be that this kit is a good starting point.



Yes, or you could continue to drill without the kreg in place once the original direction of travel has been achieved.
wendy0723/02/2020 15:16

Yes, or you could continue to drill without the kreg in place once the …Yes, or you could continue to drill without the kreg in place once the original direction of travel has been achieved.


Hadn't thought of that, thank you!
Appreciate all the knowledge being shared. Anyone know of a decent kreg style clamp to use with this. Cheers Si
Hi

I was wondering if anyone could help. A little off topic. I have one of those metal + mdf shelving in the shed. The MDF over the winter has got a whole load of mold on it. Some places it's sagging aswell. Over the summer I was planning on replacing the shelfs with something a little substantial. I was thinking cheap pine wood planks glued together and varnished( to protect against mold).

Would pocket holes be better than glue? Or both?

Is my plan a good idea?

Thanks people
iceman8723/02/2020 16:23

HiI was wondering if anyone could help. A little off topic. I have one of …HiI was wondering if anyone could help. A little off topic. I have one of those metal + mdf shelving in the shed. The MDF over the winter has got a whole load of mold on it. Some places it's sagging aswell. Over the summer I was planning on replacing the shelfs with something a little substantial. I was thinking cheap pine wood planks glued together and varnished( to protect against mold). Would pocket holes be better than glue? Or both?Is my plan a good idea?Thanks people


Attaching a batten of wood under the front edge and back edge underneath the shelf will go a long way to strengthen the board from sagging. Varnished in the same way as the pine, it will be resistant to moisture and thus mould. You could edge-glue up pine planks into board if you wanted, pocket holes would not be necessary, just wide enough clamps. Pineboard is a manufactured board of pine strips glued into a board that is often used for DIY projects, used to find it in Clas Ohlson.

This product is more for making frames or carcasses.
Incredibly useful tools.
The drill bit is an education on how good a drill bit can be!
maxmax23/02/2020 12:09

They do the job I got this for £5>>[Image]


no good the metal and bits are so soft it is not a long term tool
xfirebladex23/02/2020 17:16

Attaching a batten of wood under the front edge and back edge underneath …Attaching a batten of wood under the front edge and back edge underneath the shelf will go a long way to strengthen the board from sagging. Varnished in the same way as the pine, it will be resistant to moisture and thus mould. You could edge-glue up pine planks into board if you wanted, pocket holes would not be necessary, just wide enough clamps. Pineboard is a manufactured board of pine strips glued into a board that is often used for DIY projects, used to find it in Clas Ohlson. This product is more for making frames or carcasses.


My original plan was to just edge glue planks together. Now im thinking with the jig. Make a frame then on top put put pineboard.

Thank you. I really appreciate the help
Anyone recommend a good drill bit for these... Seen many at a few pounds on eBay look good but not sure if they will last. Need to do about 20-30 pocket holes in 18 mm MDF (laminated gloss on one side)
joelr23/02/2020 12:56

Great deal OP I'm looking for one to put together some 2x4s for a …Great deal OP I'm looking for one to put together some 2x4s for a bedframe though, this says material up the 1.5" thick so I guess wouldn't work, can anyone confirm? Was looking at something like this as an alternative but cheaper would definitely be better!


You need the Kreg HD set bud...

It's designed for materials of 1.5" and over so perfect for 4" X 2"'s ...
I've had mine for years and it's fantastic for outside stuff. Has bigger drill bits and screws too
Shah_AlivUs23/02/2020 17:45

Anyone recommend a good drill bit for these... Seen many at a few pounds …Anyone recommend a good drill bit for these... Seen many at a few pounds on eBay look good but not sure if they will last. Need to do about 20-30 pocket holes in 18 mm MDF (laminated gloss on one side)



The kit comes with the drill bit
iceman8723/02/2020 16:23

HiI was wondering if anyone could help. A little off topic. I have one of …HiI was wondering if anyone could help. A little off topic. I have one of those metal + mdf shelving in the shed. The MDF over the winter has got a whole load of mold on it. Some places it's sagging aswell. Over the summer I was planning on replacing the shelfs with something a little substantial. I was thinking cheap pine wood planks glued together and varnished( to protect against mold). Would pocket holes be better than glue? Or both?Is my plan a good idea?Thanks people




iceman8723/02/2020 17:43

My original plan was to just edge glue planks together. Now im thinking …My original plan was to just edge glue planks together. Now im thinking with the jig. Make a frame then on top put put pineboard.Thank you. I really appreciate the help



The frame's not a bad idea if it will help the shelves fit (not sure what the metal frame is like!), but I would say just edge glue them. Decent wood glue will be stronger than the wood itself once it's dry - pocket holes can help hold bits together while the glue sets, but you'd be much better off using clamps, which if you don't have I'd say would be worth spending money on before a pocket hole jig. And I certainly wouldn't recommend buying a pocket hole jig just for that.

If you need clamps on a budget check The Range - I used a couple of these sash clamps to put together a 260 x 72 cm desktop out of lengths of timber from B&Q and their cheap ratchet bar clamps do the job as well.

Also, if you have a damp/mould issue, you'd probably be best off treating the pine with something if it doesn't come pre-treated. 2-3 coats of yacht varnish should make it waterproof, and you can get that cheaply enough at Screwfix or The Range.
reddragon10523/02/2020 18:43

The frame's not a bad idea if it will help the shelves fit (not sure what …The frame's not a bad idea if it will help the shelves fit (not sure what the metal frame is like!), but I would say just edge glue them. Decent wood glue will be stronger than the wood itself once it's dry - pocket holes can help hold bits together while the glue sets, but you'd be much better off using clamps, which if you don't have I'd say would be worth spending money on before a pocket hole jig. And I certainly wouldn't recommend buying a pocket hole jig just for that.If you need clamps on a budget check The Range - I used a couple of these sash clamps to put together a 260 x 72 cm desktop out of lengths of timber from B&Q and their cheap ratchet bar clamps do the job as well.Also, if you have a damp/mould issue, you'd probably be best off treating the pine with something if it doesn't come pre-treated. 2-3 coats of yacht varnish should make it waterproof, and you can get that cheaply enough at Screwfix or The Range.


Hi

These are the shleves:

amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

The only clamps I have are 6 x quick clamps. I'll have a look in the range. The yatch varnish screwfix has looks good and is pretty cheap.

Thank you for the help.
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