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Kreg MKJKIT Mini Kreg Jig Kit

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  • Makes pocket hole joinery work easier
  • No-fence design makes for easy positioning
  • One-hole jig is great for furniture repairs or flooring work
  • Includes 3/8-inch step drill bit, depth collar, and Allen wrench
  • Handy for repair applications and space constricted areas
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number MKJKIT
Item Weight3.2 ounces
Product Dimensions1.2 x 9.2 x 3.5 inches
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Item model numberMKJKIT
Size1
ColorBlue
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Warranty DescriptionLIMITED
  
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Additional Information
ASINB00065WPP2
Best Sellers Rank #1,236 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 28, 2004
  
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Product Description

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The Kreg Jig Mini is handy for very specific applications where the smallest jig possible is required. The minimalistic design includes the hardened steel drill guide of the other jigs, but does not include a reference fence so material thickness adjustments must be made manually.

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Unlimited Material Thickness

The Kreg Jig Mini is the only Kreg Jig that does not include a positioning fence. This fenceless design allows you to make precise angle and stock depth adjustments as needed, making the Mini the most "positionable" jig available.

Wood Chip Relief Hole

With the Kreg Jig Mini, you don't have to keep removing the drill bit to clean out the hole. A wood-chip relief hole in the jig gives the removed material a place to go, so you can keep on drilling.

Plug Setting Feature

If you decide to conceal or decoratively accent your Pocket-Holes with our solid wood Pocket-Hole Plugs, the Mini's plug setting feature is the fastest, easiest, and safest way to do so.

Hardened Steel Drill Guides

Precise Pocket-Holes are a guarantee with the Kreg Jig Mini because the hardened steel drill guide keeps the bit from deflecting as it hits the work piece.

About Kreg Tool Company

In 1986 Craig Sommerfeld was in the process of building his house and needed to find a way to attach his doweled face frames to his kitchen cabinet carcase members. A tool and die maker by trade, but a woodworker out of necessity, Craig had a problem. Not wanting to nail them on and then fill with putty, he designed and built "Craig's Jig" which was a single-hole pocket hole jig crafted from steel and aluminum that allowed him to attach the face frames from the inside of the cabinet where the joint could be hidden from view.

In the intervening years, Kreg Tool Company has emerged as the leader in Pocket Hole Technology. From the manual Kreg Jig to the fully-automatic Pro Series machines, Kreg offers a simple solution that has changed the way thousands of woodworkers join wood.

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MKJKIT Mini Kreg Jig Kit

At a Glance
  • Compact, single drill guide design
  • Unlimited material thickness and width positioning
  • Hardened steel drill guide with lifetime warranty
  • Glass-reinforced nylon body
  • Plug setting guide helps to fully seat wood plugs

Product Description

The Kreg Mini Jig is designed without an alignment fence which allows it to be clamped to virtually any angle or orientation to the edge of a workpiece. Simply clamp the guide in place and use the included step drill bit and stop collar to produce perfect pocket holes. Kit includes Mini Jig, HSS 3/8" diameter step drill, stop collar, and hex key. It is the pocket-hole solution for cabinetmaking.

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Easy to use and works really well.
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Great product, makes my job easier and more professional.
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This little tool saved me a ton of cash.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

89 of 91 people found the following review helpful By D. R. Genau on February 16, 2005
I bought this kit to build frames for a raised panel heirloom chest. I considered buying the Rocket jig, but since this one was so much cheaper and would get the job done, I opted for the less expensive variety.

A couple of test pieces went well, so I went ahead and plunged into my assembling my frames. When you're only cutting a few holes, you don't miss the extras that come with the Rocket, but after a while I began thinking how much easier my life would be had I bought the more expensive kit. That being said, my pocket holes look great and work really well. These things are solid! I love the fact that you don't have to wait for glue to dry. I haven't tested the joints to failure, but I've put significant force on them, with no ill results.

Insofar as choosing the less expensive option, I was reminded of what my Dad always says...buy the cheaper one, and you'll regret it every time you use it. Buy the more expensive one, and you only regret it when you have to pay for it. But I've already thrown so much money at this heirloom chest project that I needed to start paring back somewhere!

A little advice for those who do purchase this kit: I found that I could use my Quick-Grip clamps for clamping down the jig to the workpiece and drilling the holes. When it comes to screwing in the pocket screws, however, I got much better results from clamping the whole thing together pretty firmly with a C-clamp and then screwing in the screws with a cordless drill. Good luck!
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62 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Joseph C. Mooney VINE VOICE on May 15, 2006
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I used to make my own pocket hole jigs. Drill a hole into a square hardwood block, cut an appropriate angle off the block, and you've got your jig. This approach gives you maximum flexibility with the angle, hole diameter and stock size. Sometimes, it's the best way to go. However, the downsides to this approach are numerous: you have to think alot (it takes some time to figure out the angle and offset), the wood jig gets sloppy after extended use and must be replaced, you need to drill twice for each hole (one countersink, and one for the screw).

Enter the Kreg jig.

Pros:

o no thinking required (well, not about how to build the jig anyway).

o easy to use.

o high quality product. This is a very well made jig, built to tight tolerances. I expect it to last for a very long time.

o the drill bit is also top quality - if you've only used cheap disount bits you will be very pleasantly surprised to see how this fine Kreg bit performs.

o instructions are clear, short, easy to follow.

o works as well as advertised. Better than I expected, actually.

o great support and product information at the kreg website.

Cons:

o you are limited to a single angle (about 15 degrees, I seem to recall).

o you are limited to a single hole width (3/8")

Overall I am very pleased with this jig. It works well and is surprisingly pleasant to use.

I've been using the Kreg screws with this jig and am very pleased with them - they are the same high quality as the jig. You can use other screws but make sure they are self-drilling.

I use any one of a number of my shop clamps to hold things in place - they work well.
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45 of 46 people found the following review helpful By S. Verden on December 14, 2005
This tool is for you if:

1) You need to drill holes in low volume

If you do a piece of furniture or a couple cabinets per year and need to be budget conscious this is for you. If time is more important get the Kreg Jig 2000 Kit. Both are excellent though.

2) You need portability

This will fit most anywhere, and it's use is limited only by where you can use a drill. I used this to tighten subfloor onto some liquid and reduce floor squeaking without going through the floor surface.

3) You prefer quality.

This tool is very well made, and the drill bit stays sharp

4) You need an extra drill bit

Costs only about $5.00 more than just the bit and you get extra parts too.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on November 26, 2009
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I'm a sucker for most infomercials, and I've been disappointed after purchasing infomercial crap before. I saw the Kreg stuff on an infomercial initially so I was leary despite being intrigued.

I had already repaired my wooden dining room chairs with wooden dowels in the spindles, some wood lag screws, and Gorilla Glue, all to no avail. My three monkeys, er sons, broke my initial round of repairs and several chair arms and legs got all wobbly or had completely broken off. The company that made the chairs went out of business, so no matching chairs were available for our set of 10 chairs.

I broke down and bought this Kreg Mini Jig Kit, along with a box of assorted screws, the set of two drivers, and the oblong oak plugs. I bought some face clamps at Lowe's, and you will definitely need some good clamps to make the system work. I'm an addict now to this Kreg Jig idea. The Mini Kreg Jig worked great. It's designed for flat stock, but with some finagling I was able to clamp onto the unusual shapes of the chair spindles, etc. and the repairs seem rock solid. They have held up longer than my initial glue/dowel/screw repair, despite having to drill through my previous glue and dowel work. My three testers haven't been able to break anything loose yet.

Since then, the kids trundle bed frame came apart, and the repair of 3/4" to 3/4" stock at a 90 degree angle was very simple, fast and satisfying. The repair is more solid than the initial bedframe construction. I'm a Kreg addict now, looking around the house for other wood repairs. The repairs are amazingly fast and strong. I glue some of them, but it's optional. Believe the infomercial--this is a great system, and it works like they show in the video.
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