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Home Depot.com has Kreg K4 Pocket Hole System + 2" Face Clamp, 100-Count 1-1/4" Screws and Kreg Jig Mini on sale for $99.97. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks rsvpd

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  • Kreg K4 Pocket Hole System
  • 2" Face Clamp
  • 100-Count 1-1/4" Screws
  • Kreg Jig Mini
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Includes everything you need to start building; makes a great gift for novice or expert woodworkers - Discombobulated

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This year's bonus edition of the Kreg K4 Pocket Hole system [homedepot.com] is $99.97 w/ Free shipping; also avail in stores
  • bonus items ($28 value): 2 in. face clamp ($14.99 value), 100 screws, 1-1/4 in. [homedepot.com] (coarse screw, soft woods) ($3.97 value) and a Kreg jig mini ($12.97 value)
  • Other items: Jig, stepped drill bit, 6 in. square driver, screw set, plug set, quick-start guide, 5 project plans
Description:
  • For creating pocket holes in a wide variety of materials, widths and thicknesses
  • 3-hole removable drill guide for making perfectly placed pocket holes
  • Hardened steel core for durability and heavy-duty glass-reinforced nylon body for strength and flexibility
  • Removable drill guide is great for making home repairs
  • Wood-chip relief holes keep the drill bit clear of excess wood chips
NOTES: last year's holiday edition ($38 value) included 3-inch clamp and the Starter pack of 260 screws
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Last Edited by rsvpd November 6, 2018 at 11:07 PM
Yes, $99 is the normal price for the basic K4 jig. This deal includes that jig, plus a mini jig, face clamp, and a box of screws. See pic:

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Someone is going to post this so here it is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apsH8eBfjVA

There are many flaws for this test so the test is invalid. You need to know what pocket joints are good for and don't use it for something that it is not design to do. Is like you buy a lambo and complain you cannot fit a sheet of plywood in the trunk
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LOL, the now infamous Mathias video where he set out to prove his preconceived misconceptions by designing a test which uses a joint that no one in their right mind would ever use pocket holes for and then further goes down the sawdust hole by doing it in crappy reclaimed wood from his firewood pile. In the end, all he really showed was that his wood couldn't hold a screw.

Despite Matthias's biases, pocket holes are a great option for quick and strong joints when used properly and in the appropriate materials.
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The advantage of the Porter Cable is that it automatically adjusts for different stock thicknesses, but I don't find that I need to adjust for different thickness very often in a project and when I do it takes less than a minute with Kreg.

Otherwise, the Kreg has the advantage that the drill block can be removed and taken to the workpiece which is very useful for pieces that are too large to get to the bench or for repairing broken cabinets/furniture.
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Someone is going to post this so here it is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apsH8eBfjVA

There are many flaws for this test so the test is invalid. You need to know what pocket joints are good for and don't use it for something that it is not design to do. Is like you buy a lambo and complain you cannot fit a sheet of plywood in the trunk
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Someone is going to post this so here it is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apsH8eBfjVA

There are many flaws for this test so the test is invalid. You need to know what pocket joints are good for and don't use it for something that it is not design to do. Is like you buy a lambo and complain you cannot fit a sheet of plywood in the trunk
LOL, the now infamous Mathias video where he set out to prove his preconceived misconceptions by designing a test which uses a joint that no one in their right mind would ever use pocket holes for and then further goes down the sawdust hole by doing it in crappy reclaimed wood from his firewood pile. In the end, all he really showed was that his wood couldn't hold a screw.

Despite Matthias's biases, pocket holes are a great option for quick and strong joints when used properly and in the appropriate materials.

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...a joint that no one in their right mind would ever use pocket holes for...
Lots of otherwise smart people do some rather stupid things. The "right mind" aspect is a bit judgemental as well have *all* done some things in our projects which when viewed by others would call our skills and knowledge into question.

The test is perfectly valid for showing the actual strength of a pocket joint. it's more of a physics lesson on screw vs dowels.
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if you order online does it include the holiday version? i dont see anywhere it mentions the extras
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Lots of otherwise smart people do some rather stupid things. The "right mind" aspect is a bit judgemental as well have *all* done some things in our projects which when viewed by others would call our skills and knowledge into question.

The test is perfectly valid for showing the actual strength of a pocket joint. it's more of a physics lesson on screw vs dowels.
That joint, by design, will pivot around the upper corner putting a crapload of stress on the lower screw. Of course it will easily fail by simply pulling the screw out and you'd be an idiot to design something load-bearing using a short coarse thread wood screw in a joint like that.

But in normal non-harebrained use, such as a common stretcher, the other end of that piece will be supported which eliminates the pivot point and moves the potential failure of the joint, if not the wood itself, to literally shearing the screws off which would take a ton more weight than Mathias's idiotic test.

When used properly in the right materials, there's absolutely nothing wrong with pocket hole joinery and that video is so biased and idiotic that when I saw it I immediately unsubscribed from his channel. He should go back to designing Blackberries.
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So if I'm an ignorant DIY-er do I need this? I'm not building furniture, mostly just fixing shed doors and maybe building forts for the kiddos.
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So if I'm an ignorant DIY-er do I need this? I'm not building furniture, mostly just fixing shed doors and maybe building forts for the kiddos.
probably not
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This or Porter cables version?
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Someone is going to post this so here it is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apsH8eBfjVA

There are many flaws for this test so the test is invalid. You need to know what pocket joints are good for and don't use it for something that it is not design to do. Is like you buy a lambo and complain you cannot fit a sheet of plywood in the trunk
I am never going to get the time back from watching that useless video....
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if you order online does it include the holiday version? i dont see anywhere it mentions the extras
Read OP's title line. Then read, description 1st bullet from OP's link. Then, realize you're wrong.
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Pocket holes are excellent for pulling joints together where other clamping methods are impractical or impossible. I use them all the time, augmented typically by dominoes if necessary..
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This or Porter cables version?
The advantage of the Porter Cable is that it automatically adjusts for different stock thicknesses, but I don't find that I need to adjust for different thickness very often in a project and when I do it takes less than a minute with Kreg.

Otherwise, the Kreg has the advantage that the drill block can be removed and taken to the workpiece which is very useful for pieces that are too large to get to the bench or for repairing broken cabinets/furniture.
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