Kreg Jig® HD Pocket-Hole Screws - 125 ct.

Average Review (3):

  • For use with 11/2" (38mm) and larger stock
  • Optimized for use with the Kreg Jig® HD
  • 21/2" (63mm) long #14 hardened-steel screws
  • Provide incredible shear-resistance
  • 3 anti-corrosion layers for moisture resistance in damp or wet applications
  • Will work in treated lumber
  • #3 square driver


ITEM#: SML-C2X250-125

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Kreg Jig® HD Screws are optimized for use with the Kreg Jig® HD and 11/2" and larger stock. These large 21/2"-long #14 hardened-steel screws provide incredible shear-resistance and have a Protec-Kote™ finish with three anti-corrosion layers for long-term moisture resistance. #3 square driver. Will work in treated lumber.

Available in one size, head style, and thread, in quantities of 30 and 125.


For Use With

Optimized for use with the Kreg Jig® HD


125 Kreg Jig® HD Pocket-Hole Screws

Reviews for "Kreg Jig® HD Pocket-Hole Screws - 125 ct."

Average Review:

Fantastic Holding Power

Just built two identical loft beds for grandsons. Used 4x4 posts and 2x4 and 2x6 for main structure, 1x4s for slats. Used these heavy duty screws in 2.5 inch length in pocket holes. Plans called for 3 inch wood screws, but these worked great. I am 300 lbs and the 2x4 ladder put together with these held me just fine. That's a lot of stress on a handmade ladder! Wouldn't use a cheaper alternative screw in my projects, want them to last!


By Larry Prentice

August 29, 2017

Great prouduct

I too am a fan of these and all things Kreg. My only concern is that yes, they are expensive, but you can't find them locally and have to have them shipped in..


By William O'Neil

September 6, 2016

Great way to build 2X furniture!

These fasteners work great every time! It is important to me to have a quality fastener because in the long run, it will save me both time and money. I don't ever have to worry about the head coming off the screw as I have with previous screws that I have tried. Keep up the quality (still would like it if they were less expensive).


By Tim Clark

April 4, 2016

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