Hot New Tools: Issue 92

A jig with a few new moves

Kreg 300-Series Pocket-Hole Jigs

Kreg’s new 300-series pocket-hole jigs will please beginners and experienced woodworkers alike. As with earlier models, this new jig works perfectly well in its standard, two-hole configuration. What’s new is that the parts can separate and be used independently. The modular design allows you to slip a fully functional jig into a tool belt, or sneak a pocket screw into a tight space for an on-site repair. For larger projects, users can join multiple guides and spacers (sold separately)

together to create custom multi-hole drilling jigs. 

The 320 kit includes two drill guides, each with a material-thickness stop and anti-slip base, a hex wrench with a built-in thickness gauge, and a universal clamp adapter. My favorite improvement is the easy-set drill bit and stop collar. The stepped bit now has standard dimensions engraved on its shank, and comes with a windowed stop collar to make bit setup stone simple.

—Tester, Joe Hurst-Wajszczuk


  • 320 double drill-guide kit (shown) $39.99.
  • Engraved dimensions on bit, guide, and thickness gauge/wrench simplify jig set up.
  • Spacers can be added or removed for custom pocket-hole spacing.
  • Clamp adapter works with trigger-action clamps as well as Kreg clamps.
  • Suitable for material from 1⁄2" to 11⁄2" thick.
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