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Why Pocket Holes?
With pocket-hole joinery, it’s easy to make rock-solid wood projects and long-lasting repairs.
How Do Pocket-Hole Jigs Work?
Pocket hole jigs work by drilling a precisely angled hole in a piece of wood, resulting in a secure and concealed joint. The jig is made up of a guide block and a drill bit. The guide block is clamped against the wood, and the drill bit is used to create the hole at the correct angle. After drilling the hole, a screw is inserted through the hole and into the adjacent piece of wood, forming a strong and invisible joint.
Using pocket-hole joints is so simple they can be built in just a few steps - drill, drive, and you're done!
How to Use a Pocket-Hole jig
Pocket-hole joinery makes it easier to build wood projects. Plus, you can build them fast and build them to last.
You might think that means you’ll have to learn a bunch of different techniques for using your pocket-hole jig. Truth is, you can build an incredible variety of projects with a few pretty basic joints.
How to Choose the Right Pocket-Hole Jig
When it comes to choosing a pocket-hole jig, there are plenty of options to pick from. And the lineup of Kreg pocket-hole jigs is better than ever.
Which Pocket-Hole Jig Should You Get?
Let's take a quick look at each one of our leading pocket-hole jigs so you can find the one that's right for you.
Pocket-Hole Projects Anytime, Anywhere
The Pocket-Hole Jig 520PRO is essential for project builders who need an easy-to-use jig wherever you work. This jig set the standard for flexibility and versatility in pocket-hole joinery.
Build Pocket-Hole Projects Faster
The Pocket-Hole Jig 720 is the premium choice for project builders who want to build smarter and faster than ever. This jig was engineered to take your wood projects to the next level.
The Ultimate Benchtop Setup
The Pocket-Hole Jig 720PRO is the ultimate joining setup for project builders who want a full suite of 700-Series tools and accessories with amazing additions like the Docking Station and Pocket-Hole jig Clamp. With premium features and accessories, you'll find that pocket-hole joinery is more efficient than ever with the 720PRO.
The Pocket-Hole Jig 310 makes it easy to build wood projects, whether you're building your first DIY project, or you've been working with wood for years. It's great simple projects and building on the go.
The Expandable Starter Kit
The Pocket-Hole Jig 320 is the complete set of joinery tools and accessories. The 320 deserves a spot in every toolbox if you need an all-inclusive joinery kit that's portable and gets the job done.
Looking For Something More Focused?
Build big and build strong with our extra-large Pocket-Hole Jig XL. It's great for when you're building projects with 2x4 or 4x4 boards and need pocket-hole joints with twice the strength of regular pocket holes.
The Foreman Pocket-Hole Machine takes pocket-hole joinery to new speeds. With the ability to drill pocket holes in half the time with half the effort as non-machine jigs, the Foreman is a no-brainer for serious project builders. See It In Action
Which Pocket-Hole Jig is Best for Beginners?
We design our pocket-hole jigs to make woodworking approachable while accommodating a wide range of skill levels. In most cases, which pocket-hole jig is best for you comes down to: how often you build, where you build, and the types of projects you build. From furniture repairs to building all-new kitchen cabinets, you can find a Kreg jig that will handle whatever projects you want to take on.
Our helpful chart breaks down each of our leading pocket-hole jigs so you can find the one that's right for you.