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Straight Router Bit Set (5-Piece)

  • Strong, carbide-edged blades designed to stay sharp
  • Includes: 4 popular sizes plus a bonus 5/16 in. bit
  • Handles speeds up to 30,000 RPM
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Product Overview

RYOBI introduces the 5-Piece Straight Router Bit Set. These bits feature carbide-edged blades for durability and have a maximum RPM rating of 30,000. To learn more about RYOBI tools, go to RYOBItools.com and check out RYOBI Nation. This 5-Piece set includes 1/4 in., 3/8 in., 1/2 in., 5/8 in. straight router bits with a bonus 5/16 in. bit.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Cut Diameter
1/4 in
Product Depth (in.)
5.590 in
Product Height (in.)
4.720 in
Product Length (in.)
5.590 in
Product Width (in.)
1.970 in
Shank Diameter (in.)
1/4"

Details

Bit Material
Carbide
Individual/Set
Set
Number of Flutes
2
Number of Pieces
5
Returnable
90-Day
Router/planer type
Forming
Self-Feeding
No
Shank Style
Straight
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

20Questions41Answers

can you use this to trim or cut plexiglass?

Asked by joe May 31, 2021
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Answers

Joe, thank you for your interest in the RYOBI Straight Router Bit Set. This could work for a project like that but it might not prove to be the best tool for the project. Thank you for asking, If you have further questions and would like to speak with a RYOBI Customer Experience Professional, please call, 1-800-525-2579 M-F from 9am-6pm EST. Hope this helps! - Vini

Can they be used as dado bits?

Asked by mstevem May 14, 2021
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Answers

Mstevem, thank you for your interest in the RYOBI Straight Router Bit Set. Yes, you can use a router to make a dado joint. Thank you for asking, If you have further questions and would like to speak with a RYOBI Customer Experience Professional, please call, 1-800-525-2579 M-F from 9am-6pm EST. Hope this helps! - Vini

Do these have a top bearing

Asked by Tom January 11, 2021
5
Answers

No

Are these bits universal or are they only compatible with ryobi?

Asked by Mge July 21, 2020
5
Answers

I have used them with Ryobi, Dewalt, and Milwalkee equipment.

What is the warranty on these bits?

Asked by jkats April 4, 2020
3
Answers

The page sais returnable for 180 days.

Looking to buy the Ryobi cordless router to cut mortise joints for replacing some interior doors. What tyle of router bits do I need to complete this?

Asked by Daver February 18, 2020
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Can't answer that specific question, but I can tell you that Ryobi has many different router bit packages. I'm sure you can find one that meets your need.

Do these fit in 1/4 inch collet routers ?

Asked by JustQ January 30, 2020
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Yes, these are all 1/4" shanks for use specifically with 1/4" router collets

Will these work with the 1-1/2 peak ryobi peak HP fixed based router ? the one that's 8.5 amps ?

Asked by JustQ January 30, 2020
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All you will need is a 1/4" collet and they'll work in any router. But whenever possible, you should use 1/2" shank bits. An obvious exception would be dovetail bits.

Can a bearing be added to these?

Asked by MICHAEL January 26, 2020
5
Answers

If you are referring to a bearing on the end of the bit to follow the edge of the work piece, then the answer is no. There is no provision for adding a bearing. Their design allows for a great square sided, flat bottomed cut such as for a dado or rabbit joint, but you would need to guide the cut with an attachment to the base of the router or a fence on a router table. These would not work for trimming plastic laminate flush to the edge of a counter, for example.

How long is the 1/4 inch bit? How long is its shank? How long is its cutting/depth?

Asked by Bob November 8, 2019
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I'm pretty certain the 1/4" bit is 1" long with a 1" shank. All the bits in the box have the same length shank. The cutting depth, depending on your router, can be up to 1".

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Customer Reviews

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You get what you pay for
Was cutting 1/4” slot in poplar using my router table got through four slots and the bit broke inside the chuck. Wasn’t heavy demand work. So if you are looking for inexpensive bits for small projects these may work.
by Rock
Good value pricing. Good for shaving rounded edges into the...
Good value pricing. Good for shaving rounded edges into the sides of boards as well.
by Rhyder
I needed this set to make dadoes in a cabinet I'm making for my cordless tools, batteries and cha...
I needed this set to make dadoes in a cabinet I'm making for my cordless tools, batteries and chargers. Next up face frame and doors.
by 1oldman
Absolute garbage
They are not sharp. I just tried using 2 of them on a piece of white ash, they tore it up. Not in a good way. Dont be tempted by their cheap price. The roundover bit set didnt not exhibit the same issues.
by foy1foy
3 people found this helpful
Haven't used all the bits yet. The ones I have used held up well. That's all you can hope for wit...
Haven't used all the bits yet. The ones I have used held up well. That's all you can hope for with a cheaper brand.
by Bobbert
Everything you need!
When it comes to rotting wood this is all it takes!
by HandyDanny
Five bits for the price of one? Who can pass that up?
Five bits for the price of one? Who can pass that up?
by Tomcat
2 people found this helpful
I gave this item a 4/5 because after using it twice, the 5/8" bit broke. A portion of the cuttin...
I gave this item a 4/5 because after using it twice, the 5/8" bit broke. A portion of the cutting head sheared off while router a 1/4" deep hole in oak. Maybe this was too much for this bit, the 1/2" worked well for the same application. I've used the 5/16" bit (which is the reason I got this kit) to route dado grooves for drawer bottoms in Mahogany and it worked great. The 1/2" bit worked well for routing dado's into oak. The 5/8" bit worked to route a circle into oak (3/4" deep circle with 1/4" passes to achieve final depth) but it failed when I used it to route dado's later on. Overall this is a good kit and a good value. I normally buy Diablo bits but didn't feel like spending the money at the time. I figured I could get the 5/16" bit for what I needed with four extra bits for the price of one diablo, but I broke one already so I guess you get what you pay for.
by KandEWoodwork
4 people found this helpful
I've only used one of the bits one time, but it worked just fine. I'd say for an amateur DIY it's...
I've only used one of the bits one time, but it worked just fine. I'd say for an amateur DIY it's a great deal. Get 5 bits for $2 more than a single Diablo bit. What's not to love?
by ChickenDad
great tool to have!!!!...
great tool to have!!!!
by OLIVER
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