Model # DR04108

Internet # 100660650

Store SKU # 625238

1/4 in. x 1 in. Carbide Straight Router Bit

$17.97 /each
  • Solid carbide withstands high temperatures
  • Features tri-metal brazing for impact resistance
  • Kickback-reducing design offers superb control



Model # DR04108

Internet # 100660650

Store SKU # 625238

Store SO SKU # 315129

Ideal for general stock removal, the Diablo 1/4 in. x 1 in. Carbide Straight Router Bit has a kickback-reducing design that fosters smooth, balanced operation for controlled, safe cuts. It’s constructed with solid carbide to withstand high temperatures and features a non-stick coating to reduce friction. Impact resistance comes courtesy of tri-metal brazing, keeping vibrations to a minimum for superb maneuverability.

  • Provides a safe, controlled cut ideal for general stock removal
  • Tri-metal brazing provides an impact-resistant bond between the carbide and bit
  • Solid carbide is corrosion-resistant and stands up to heavy-duty use
  • Requires a minimum chuck size of 1/4 in.
  • Overall diameter = 1/4 in.
  • Carbide height = 1 in.
  • Shank diameter = 1/4 in.
  • Overall length = 2-1/2 in.


Cut Diameter 
1/4 in 
Product Depth (in.) 
Product Height (in.) 
Product Width (in.) 
Bit Material 
Number of Pieces 
Power Tool Product Type 
Drill & Router Bits 
Router/planer type 
Shank Style 
Tools Product Type 
Power Tool 


Router/planer type: Straight
Bit Material: Carbide
Brand: Diablo
Price: $10 - $20
Review Rating: 4 & Up
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Durable and clean cutting I use the bit to cut channels for panels in doors. The cuts are accurate and consistent it makes jobs come out with professional quality December 22, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by works fine, better if I had a router worked fine in my drill, don`t have a router yet, but will get one soon. April 8, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 1" router bit I bought this bit because I don't have a jointer but I do have a router table,so I used it to get a perfect straight line on some 13/16 pieces that I needed to join up and it worked great,it saved me frombuying a joiner for a small project.So my next tool buy will be,you got it, a joiner. January 20, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by There will be blood I inherited a number of older woodworking power tools from an uncle of mine. In this group of tools was a great early 90's router. It came with a router bit already installed, but, it was rusty and wasn't the size I needed. While scoping out the bits at HD, I came across the Diablo 1/4 in x 1 in carbide straight router bit. It was exactly what I needed. When I got the bit home, I realized I needed to do some maintenance to the old router. I oiled it down, cleaned it off (not in that order) and removed the old bit. Happy with the fact that the old router had some life left in it, I was pleased with the idea of firing it up with a brand new bit installed. That's when I discovered problem number one of two issues with the bit, both having to do with packaging. The bit comes in a modified clam shell that seems to be ultrasonically sealed. It requires the use of either scissors (very sharp scissors) or other blade like instrument to extricate the bit from the packaging. That's when it first drew blood! I opted for the later, a utility knife to free the bit. In doing so, the packaging's resentment for my choice of tools became clear as in one pass of the blade the packaging bit into my finger drawing what to my eyes was nearly a quart of blood. While another man would have been phased by this blood letting I knew that this was just part of working with a bit named "Diablo." After I regained consciousness, and the bit was free of the packaging, I realized there was still one more hurtle for me to free the bit, the holder the bit was standing in. This shouldn't have been a problem, but the stand was relenting to forgo it's hold on "El Diablo." As I pried and prodded the bit with various tools, it struck me that I should just use my fingers and take hold of the bit to remove it. When I came too, I had probably lost another quart of blood, but El Diablo was free!!! February 25, 2014
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