The Easy Way to Build with Wood!
The Kreg Jig® K4 is the perfect choice for do-it-yourselfers and anyone new to pocket-hole joinery. Whether you're building your first set of garage storage shelves or making simple repairs around the house, the Kreg Jig® K4 can help you finish the job in less time, and with far less effort than you ever thought possible. Its simple design gives you the confidence you need to get started, and you'll have your project finished in no time with joints as easy as "Drill. Drive. Done!"
3-Hole Drill Guide with Hardened-Steel Core
The 3-hole Drill Guide lets you make perfectly placed pocket holes in a wide variety of material widths and thicknesses—from 1/2 in to 11/2 in in 1/8 in increments. Every Kreg® Drill Guide features a hardened-steel core that carries a lifetime guarantee. The core shrouds the bit and supports the workpiece through 100% of the drill-stroke, resulting in minimal bit deflection, reduced tear-out, and a clean, pluggable pocket hole.
Large Clamping Recess
The large clamping recess makes it easy to secure your jig to your workbench using Kreg multi-purpose Face Clamps or any common bar clamp or C-clamp.
The Kreg Jig® K4 ft s rear-mounted clamp design has been around since the first Kreg Jig®. Its proven design offers incredible rigidity and uncompromising workpiece holding strength. Adjustments are as easy as releasing the locknut and rotating to the correct setting.
Glass-Reinforced Nylon Body
The blue body of every Kreg Jig® K4 is made from a heavy-duty, glass-reinforced nylon. This unique composite material offers the resiliency and flexibility you need, with the strength and durability Kreg customers have come to expect.
Unlike competing jigs with a shallower angle of approach, the Kreg Jig® K4 features an optimized drilling angle, specifically designed to increase driving efficiency and minimize the overall size of the pocket hole. The result is a compact pocket hole, less than 11/2 in in size.
The Kreg Jig® K4 in cludes one wood-chip relief hole for every Drill Guide hole to keep the drill bit clear of excess wood chips, minimizing drill-torque, increasing the longevity of your drill bits, and allowing you to complete a perfect pocket hole in just one plunge.