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20% off all whiteside router bits at woodcraft. use code sawdust for free shipping.

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Great bits from a great American company - I have been very happy with the many carbide bits and end mills I have purchased, even a massive 4" end mill to cut some deep mortises in hardwood!
This is a hot deal. Whiteside are great bits, all I buy.

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Is it just me or every time I see this logo I see Wholefoods? 😂 I think they even use the same font
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This is a hot deal. Whiteside are great bits, all I buy.
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Great bits from a great American company - I have been very happy with the many carbide bits and end mills I have purchased, even a massive 4" end mill to cut some deep mortises in hardwood!
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Wow, this is great for some expensive but really good quality bits. I was waiting on a deal for their spiral up cut flush trim bit so this helps make that $175 price tag a little more bearable...
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Great deal! These are some of the best on the market
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Great deal, got the 4 pc 1/4 shank for my trim router. Whiteside bits rarely, if ever, go on sale.
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How do they compare to Bosch and Freud?
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This is a hot deal. Whiteside are great bits, all I buy.
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Great deal! These are some of the best on the market
Do you know anything about the "Astra coated" Whiteside bits that Bits & Bits sells? Jonathan Katz-Moses gushes about them a lot, but they sell for nearly double the price of the same bit from Woodcraft -- and Woodcraft isn't exactly known for being a discount seller at that. I usually trust JKM's input, but it's hard to believe any kind of coating can double the value of a router bit.
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Do you know anything about the "Astra coated" Whiteside bits that Bits & Bits sells? Jonathan Katz-Moses gushes about them a lot, but they sell for nearly double the price of the same bit from Woodcraft -- and Woodcraft isn't exactly known for being a discount seller at that. I usually trust JKM's input, but it's hard to believe any kind of coating can double the value of a router bit.
Sorry I don't know, but I am skeptical. I too usually like JKM but I feel like he's been doing some obvious product placement lately.
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The 1955 rabbeting bit set will be $38 next week
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The 1955 rabbeting bit set will be $38 next week
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Sorry I don't know, but I am skeptical. I too usually like JKM but I feel like he's been doing some obvious product placement lately.
Yeah, and I don't mind him hocking his own designs; I've even bought a good bit of stuff from his web store. He's been praising B&B for a long time, though. I'm sure they are a good company, but that price difference is hard to swallow unless it somehow more than doubles the life of the bit. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.
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I bought a set of Whiteside round over bits (1/4" - 3/4") and have used them on quite a few projects over the past 3 years - speakers, tables etc. Still very sharp and I've had no issues with them. Definitely would recommend these if you're looking for some quality router/CNC bits.
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