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Kreg K4 Pocket-Hole System w/ Face Clamp, R3 Drill Guide & 50 Screws

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HomeDepot.com has Kreg K4 Pocket-Hole System w/ Face Clamp, R3 Drill Guide & 50 Pocket-Hole Screws on sale for $99.97 - $15 Rebate = $84.97. Shipping is free. Thanks JPZ-CO

Note: Rebate may also be submitted online here (select the Pocket-Hole Jig Model K4H-19 option).
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Rebate is valid on purchases made from November 1, 2019 to January 31, 2020.

Original sales receipt, UPC label from box, and completed rebate form are required to claim rebate. Forms must be received no later than February 29, 2020 to qualify. Allow 6-8 weeks for processing.

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If you include the rebate, brings the total to 84.97+tax

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From amazon review if you get just the R3:


One tip- if you're buying this for any project that is made out of 2x4's, this 2 barrel jig isn't what you want. The barrels are too close together for 2x4's. Kreg makes a 3 barrel jig, I believe it's their 100 dollar kit, and you'd use the outside barrels on 2x4's. With this 2 barrel jig, you have to move the jig to drill the 2nd hole on 2x4's. So, in hindsight, I would've bought either the single barrel jig, or the 3 barrel. I'm sure this one has it's uses with other dimensions of lumber, but I work with 2x4's a lot.
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How does this compare to the K4 Master Set deal that Lowe's has on sale for $124?
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How does this compare to the K4 Master Set deal that Lowe's has on sale for $124?
For $35 more, I hope a lot better
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How does this compare to the K4 Master Set deal that Lowe's has on sale for $124?
The master system is see at Lowes is $139. It comes with a portable base, dust collection attachment, and material atop, but no R3 jig.
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Looks like there's no rough equivalent on amazon, but it's basically the same price as just the K4 by itself. The R3 kit with a clamp would add $45.

It still drives me nuts that I can't get my veterans discount with online purchases. It'd make this deal even better.
If you go into the store with the online receipt they should be able to retro actively adjust the price.
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Looks like there's no rough equivalent on amazon, but it's basically the same price as just the K4 by itself. The R3 kit with a clamp would add $45.

It still drives me nuts that I can't get my veterans discount with online purchases. It'd make this deal even better.
Not like everyone would just click on the box and claim to be a veteran to get discount if they could
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Not like everyone would just click on the box and claim to be a veteran to get discount if they could
Lowe's has a process for this. The discount gets added to your account.
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I wonder if this will last until tomorrow so I can stack with Menards 11% rebate.
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DIYer just getting into woodworking...

How much more joinery work would I need to be doing to make the $50+ over an R3 jig worthwhile?

How often would you pull out the R3 to use if you already had the K4? Just wondering how much of an incentive having the R3 in this kit would be?

Thanks for the feedback!

EDIT: I guess when you factor in the clamp and even screws (both of which I'd likely get anyway) with an R3 then that gap seems to make this deal super compelling?
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Not like everyone would just click on the box and claim to be a veteran to get discount if they could
They have ways to vet that you have served... You can either set that up in person and link it to your account, or use IDme. So no they can not just use it.
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They have ways to vet that you have served... You can either set that up in person and link it to your account, or use IDme. So no they can not just use it.
If you have a HD account, you can do exactly that. Once you prove eligibility it is linked to your HD account.
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DIYer just getting into woodworking...

How much more joinery work would I need to be doing to make the $50+ over an R3 jig worthwhile?

How often would you pull out the R3 to use if you already had the K4? Just wondering how much of an incentive having the R3 in this kit would be?

Thanks for the feedback!

EDIT: I guess when you factor in the clamp and even screws (both of which I'd likely get anyway) with an R3 then that gap seems to make this deal super compelling?
From amazon review if you get just the R3:


One tip- if you're buying this for any project that is made out of 2x4's, this 2 barrel jig isn't what you want. The barrels are too close together for 2x4's. Kreg makes a 3 barrel jig, I believe it's their 100 dollar kit, and you'd use the outside barrels on 2x4's. With this 2 barrel jig, you have to move the jig to drill the 2nd hole on 2x4's. So, in hindsight, I would've bought either the single barrel jig, or the 3 barrel. I'm sure this one has it's uses with other dimensions of lumber, but I work with 2x4's a lot.
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