Build pocket-hole projects faster than ever! The Pocket-Hole Jig 720 is the most advanced jig yet from Kreg with that features make project building incredibly efficient. One-motion clamping with Automaxx clamps your material in place, and it automatically adjusts to the exact thickness of your material from 1/2 in. to 1/1.2 in.. GripMaxx anti-slip holds the project piece securely so you never have to worry about shifting while you drill pocket holes. This sturdy jig also features a steel-reinforced spine for years of use. The on-board tool storage keeps accessories like the hex wrench and drill bits close at hand. With the Pocket-Hole Jig 720, you get 60 Kreg pocket-hole screws and a free project plan so you can start building right away.
Multi-featured jig for creating pocket-hole joints in materials from ½" to 1-½" thick
Dual-action clamping with Automaxx automatically clamps and adjusts to the proper material thickness
GripMaxx anti-slip holds material in place for worry-free clamping
On-board storage keeps Kreg accessories close at hand
Chip ejection port helps eliminate wood dust mess and connects to a shop vacuum
Durable construction with steel-reinforced spine and lifetime drill guide warranty
If you haven't used a kreg jig you're probably really great at making your own jigs or you're spending entirely too much time striving for perfection and spinning wheels. The design of this tool is really intuitive and you can tell it was created for function and ease of use. The versatility of the tool has help my be more creative with my builds. I love to hide the hardware and make people wonder how the pieces were attaches because the jig makes it easy to hide unsightly screws and let the beauty of the wood take front stage.
Excellent system for creating pocket holes with ease, and perfect if you frequently make them in ...
Excellent system for creating pocket holes with ease, and perfect if you frequently make them in your projects. It's easy to set up, and feels sturdy. It has everything required to get started, and they even include 2 boxes of Kreg screws. I love the on-board storage of the tools and bits!
The jig can be mounted to a workbench for extra stability.
It’s intuitive to use, plus the manual provides good guidance for first users like me.
With no experience on these, I researched their previous Kreg jig models and I think they've made quite a few improvements on this one. This new clamping system automatically adjusts to the plank's thickness instead of requiring a measurement setting. The clamp has a strong grip and is also easily adjusted with the tension knob, and it moves smoothly.
The drill bit has measurements for the stop collar printed on it instead of having to place the bit inside of a guide. The dust collection system can be connected to either side and works really well!
I initially tried to use a cordless drill to drill my pocket holes, and it struggled - so I switched to my driver and it was a smooth sailing. Not sure if the lack of power was on my drill or me! But if you have both, I'd reach for the driver.
Overall, I love this jig and look forward to using it for many projects in the future. I’m impressed that Kreg has improved on already well-loved products.
Kreg improved on something I didn't think there was any room for improvement on. This is leaps an...
Kreg improved on something I didn't think there was any room for improvement on. This is leaps and bounds better than the K5, and I have no complaints at all about the K5. The auto clamp works really well. There's an adjustment dial for the thickness of material. After that just clamp and go. The onboard tool storage is nice, and the dust collection is near perfect. Seriously. There's barely any dust at all left behind when hooked to my shop vac. This helps not only keep the shop clean, but also I don't have to clear dust when swapping out parts.
I really couldn't be any happier with this.
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I’ve built furniture before but it just for fun. This jig is what you’ll need to take your finish product to the next level. Jig is straight forward to use. Find the depth of the wood you are drilling the pocket hole. Set the stop collar for the bit. Set the wood into jig and clamp in place. Double check your wood placement and drill your pocket hole. That simple. It has a convenient build in storage to store your drill bit, driver bit, hex wrench, and stop collar. You do not have to ever worry about losing these important pieces. Just snap them into built in storage area when not in use. 1 feature I love about this jig is the included vacuum attachment. It keeps dust to a minimum. I just use this jig on a recent project. I build a dog kennel to match the house interior decora and I think it came out great.
Kreg 720 Pocket Hole Jig I love the automatically self adjusting clamp that securely holds your b...
Kreg 720 Pocket Hole Jig
I love the automatically self adjusting clamp that securely holds your boards in place. The needed accessories (drill bit, Kreg screw driver bits, Measurement and stop adjustment hex tool) all store conveniently on-board on the back panel of the jig. There are wings, folded in for storage, that flip out for stability and to help support your work piece. They lock in place for storage, but do not lock in the out position, so may be easily knocked when moving your work piece, and need to be re-straightened to support your work. I do think it is best to clamp the jig to your work bench or mount it. Mounting holes are provided on the base of the jig. The dust collection (vacuum) adapter works well. I am very happy with this new Kreg 720 pocket hole jig. I had some scrap lumber (some scrap 1x dimensional pine, and some 3/4” plywood) and I used this pocket jig to make a shelf for some cordless drills, batteries and chargers. The pocket hole jig was easy to use, and quickly helped me make a very sturdy shelf unit.
Wow! This make pocket hole joinery super easy! When I first discovered pocket hole joinery with m...
Wow! This make pocket hole joinery super easy!
When I first discovered pocket hole joinery with my first Kreg jig I thought I found the best kept secret in woodworking. Gone were dowels, and biscuits, my pocket jig sped things up considerably. I've built many different furniture projects and even used it in some remodeling construction.
The only knock I had was setup was clunky. With this new jig setup is less that a minute. And if there are several pieces you have to prepare this is perfect for repeatability. The kit comes with everything you need, hole guide, pocket bit, screws and driver bits. Setup is as simple as placing the piece in the jug and pressing the lever, and the work piece is securely held. Set the material depth on the pocket bit, it's clearly marked with typical widths, just slide the collar over the bit until you see the etched size through the hole and tighten.
Drill through the hole guide and you've made a perfect pocket hole. There's even a nifty dust extractor that works great when you hook your shopvac to it.
There are a few accessories listed that you'll probably be interested in the bench clamp and dock adapter with adjustable stop arm.
If you're doing joinery the old fashioned way you really need to consider a pocket jig, and this one makes it super efficient.
I've been using a small Kreg pocket hole jig for several years. It produces very strong joints in...
I've been using a small Kreg pocket hole jig for several years. It produces very strong joints in cabinetry, and does so quite quickly versus traditional joinery (mortis & tenon, dados and rabbets and so on). I wouldn't use it on fine furniture, but it's great for shop furniture, quick cabinets, and the like.
This new 720 jig improves immensely over the small jig. It is arranged so that you can very quickly put new pieces of stock in for drilling--a pretty remarkable little invention that both clamps the piece securely and locates the pocket hole perfectly. I'm also really happy with the dust collection port--instead of sawdust all over my floor after a pocket hole project, this gets about 95%+ of the dust right into my dust collector.
This is a really impressive jig--well worth the investment if you find yourself regularly using pocket hole joinery.
This Kreg pocket hole jig 720 is one of the most advanced jigs that simply does only one thing. Y...
This Kreg pocket hole jig 720 is one of the most advanced jigs that simply does only one thing. Yes it does make perfect pocket holes, and yes it's easy to use. Having one single function makes it difficult to justify buying this jig over others. Im had the chance to use this jig on a project box. It's a good way to create pocket holes that are perfectly lined up. I never expected to see t dust port but it does come with one and simple to tie in to my vaccum although its not really necessary unless your doing commercial work.
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I am starting a new work bench and I wanted to use pocket holes for its construction. The Kreg 720 jig is absolutely perfect! The kit includes all the bits and they also include screws to get started. I wanted to practice before I start my project and the results are amazing. The set up is a snap and the vacuum attachment doesn’t leave a crumb of sawdust. Never seen that before. It’s so easy to use I will be using it to start making more projects. The joint is very sturdy. Very happy with this tool!