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Kreg SML-F125-1000 1 1/4-Inch No. 7 Fine Pocket Hole Screws with Washer-Head, 1000-Pack

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  • Hole screws prevent overdriving in pocket bottoms
  • Self-tapping auger tips do away with predrilling
  • Large diameter of steel shank creates durable screw
  • Impressively strong screw that is almost impossible to break
  • Zinc Screws are a good choice for a wide variety of indoor projects with limited exposure to the elements
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Kreg SML-F125-1000 1 1/4-Inch No. 7 Fine Pocket Hole Screws with Washer-Head, 1000-Pack + Kreg SML-C125 1-1/4-Inch No. 2 Coarse Screw (1000-Pack) + Kreg DDS 3-Inch No.2 Square Driver Bit and 6-Inch No.2 Square Driver Bit for Kreg Pocket Hole Systems
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Technical Details
Part Number SML-F125 - 1000
Item Weight5.4 pounds
Product Dimensions3 x 7.5 x 5 inches
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Item model numberSML-F125 - 1000
Item Package Quantity1000
Batteries Included?No
Warranty DescriptionLIMITED
  
Additional Information
ASINB0006444U2
Best Sellers Rank #6,789 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableJune 22, 2008
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Designed for pocket-hole systems, Kreg pocket-hole screws increase the strength of a pocket-hole joint. Cut-thread pattern prevents splitting. Coarse thread is for any combination of softwoods, plywood, and composites, and fine is for hardwoods.

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The Kreg 1-1/4-Inch No. 7 Fine Pocket Hole Screws with Pan-Head is ideal for 3/4-inch thick hardwood work pieces. The washer head prevents overdriving in pocket bottoms, which is especially critical in composite and plywood work pieces. The self-tapping type 17 auger tip eliminates the need to predrill, and its larger diameter steel shank creates a nearly unbreakable screw. The bronze-colored finish and dry-lubricant coating improves driving torque and rust resistance. This pack includes 1,000 hole screws.

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These screws really are the best for use with Kreg pocket holes.
Michael Wright
The pricing for the 1000 pack is the best I can find and I will continue to purchase the various sizes as I need them.
jlorrig
I do like the way the square drive mates with the screw heads better, less slipping.
Home Improvement Guy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Gary Strothenke on March 9, 2006
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Don't buy the generic brand (or any other brand for that matter) of Pocket Hole screws. I've been there and have been greatly disapointed. Kreg screws are the best quality on the market and WELL worth the little extra cost. They are stronger and better in all aspects. I've used the Kreg Jig for about 7 years now and have tried the rest in an attempt to 'save a buck'. I'm trying to save you the trouble.

If you don't have the Kreg Jig - Get one! Its one of the most used tools in my shop. I would highly recommend it to the most experienced cabinet maker and to the home woodworking enthusiast. You will thank me.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By David James on July 3, 2007
I use these screws to build face frames, cabinets, and boxes from hardwood (maple, oak, etc) and they work great. I have never had a piece of wood split from driving the screws in, due to the drill-points. And they work perfectly with the pocket hole jig. Highly recommended.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By W. Anger on October 7, 2006
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I'm on my 50th or so pocket hole and gaining much confidence as I go along. These screws are top notch, receiving all the torque the square drive can delivery. Highly recomended product.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A. J. Schechner on September 2, 2009
I'll start by saying I'm a home hobbyist, and my projects are getting more and more complex as I go along. I've used mortise and tenon joinery for most of my furniture to this point, and any DIYer knows how difficult it is to make these joints perfect. I had bought a Kreg jig a few months ago but hadn't used it yet. I am in the middle of making a dresser out of solid cherry and poplar, and one of my dust frames (with mortise and tenon joints) ended up twisted and unusable. I decided to redo it with pocket hole joinery.

And boy am I glad I did! It took about 1/10 the time (probably less), and using the jig was so much easier than I was expecting. The frame is absolutely perfectly straight. The joints are flush and strong (I still use glue...sorry, I trust Norm Abram). Will I ever use mortise and tenons again? Well, probably, but only on a through-tenon or one where the joint will be visible. Otherwise, I'm sticking with pocket holes. I love the self-tapping screws and pan head. If you're on the fence about getting one, get one. The price is right ($12 for 1000 screws...that's about a penny each!) and even the basic jig is only $30 or $40. GET IT.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Fredrick M. Zahn on January 9, 2007
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A Good bargain if you plan on building lots of frames using your kreg jig. These screws are made specifically for the Kreg jig tool. It's hard to find these screws locally or they come in small bags or multi size packs. This is the size I use the most so I stocked up.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By BillT on January 28, 2011
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Email from Dan Fisher, Product Support Specialist | Kreg Tool Company in response to my query about a recent shipment having a bright zinc rather than a bronze colored finish, "The old screws that you are referring to have a dry lube coating. The new screws offer a zinc coating which makes them appear with a silver color. The screws themselves have not changed at all. Only the coating has changed between the two. The reason for the change was due to customer complaints about the oil leaving a residue on materials. With the new zinc coating this is resolved plus the screws last longer and drive easier."
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By James Kehoe on June 26, 2006
inexpensive and effective. Much cheaper than buying at the local woodworking store.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Pablo Skye on August 26, 2008
Every Kreg product I've ever used -- and I have most of them -- is superb.
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