Kreg 720Pro Is BAD! I Made It Better!

I got the Kreg Pocket Hole Jig 720Pro to review and compare to the Kreg K5. I’ve been using the Kreg K5 pocket-hole jig for almost four years now. I’ve drilled more pocket holes than I can count. I think if you’re deciding between the Kreg 720Pro vs the K5, you should get the K5. The K5 is a much better made jig than the 720Pro. The Kreg 720Pro is poorly designed and feels cheap. These are my thoughts.

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0:00 Intro
0:56 Pocket Hole King
1:40 Unboxing Kreg 720Pro
2:42 720Pro Self Adjusting Clamp
4:07 Adding 720Pro Extension Wings
5:54 720Pro Dust Collection
6:28 Kreg Messed Up
7:44 Kreg 720Pro Drilling Pocket Holes
9:16 720Pro Compact Mode
9:30 Mounting 720Pro to a Board
10:50 I Fixed the Kreg 720Pro
12:20 Kreg 720Pro is Cheap
13:48 Outro

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