UJK Technology Extended Nose Quick Change Shank Pocket Hole Drill
UJK Technology Extended Nose Quick Change Shank Pocket Hole Drill

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UJK Technology Extended Nose Quick Change Shank Pocket Hole Drill

Code: 506508

  • Hex shank extended nose M2 HSS pocket hole drill bit
  • Enables the joining of thicker material
  • Suitable for UJK, Trend and Kreg pocket hole jigs
  • Longer tip provides greater thread depth
  • Supplied with preset depth stop for 50 or 60mm screws
  • Double groove, compatible with all makes of tools
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Frequently Bought Together

  • UJK Technology Extended Nose Quick Change Shank Pocket Hole Drill
  • UJK Technology Mini Pocket Hole Jig Only
  • UJK Technology Torx T20 Screwdriver Bit 150mm Pkt 2
  • UJK Pocket Hole Plug Cutter
Total: £56.85

In Detail

A high quality hex shank stepped drill bit designed for use with pocket hole jigs. A parabolic flute design and unique longer tip profile result in a stronger joint and fast production. The extended tip measures approximately 23mm resulting in an increased thread depth and a firmer grip when using 50 or 60mm screws in thicker material. (Supplied with preset depth stop for 50 or 60mm screws.) The cutting spur is on the side rather than a center point which also gives added strength. The shank is machined with a double groove and is compatible with all makes of tools. Suitable for UJK Technology, Trend and Kreg pocket hole jigs. A standard stop collar is needed when using with shorter screws, supplied separately.



Model UJK Pocket Jig Drill Bit
Reviews (7)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 1.5 out of 5 based on 7 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews


Alan Samson

2 November 2016


When I first bought the mini jig kit I thought it was fantastic. How had I managed for so many years without it. But then the drill snapped. I went online to order a replacement but stopped at the checkout to read the reviews. It seems that this is a common problem so the chances are that my replacement will go the same way. I cancelled the order and will go back to the old tried and tested methods of jointing until such time as ujk either redesign the drill bit or supply a cheaper alternative.


9 September 2016

Pocket hole drill

Hmm, I purchased the ujk full works pocket hole jig about 12 months ago, and used it to drill about 40 pocket holes. The drill bit snapped on me where the small dia. Meets the larger one. This was about a week ago. Got a replacement at full price ( ! ) The old one had failed in fatigue failure mode. The replacement one will not fare any better. The small radius at the root is very roughly ground, thereby giving cause for surface cracks then propagating into full fatigue failure. NOT GOOD ENOUGH UJK. Finally I wonder why the drill is made from expensive M35 cobalt alloy. Yes if it was for drilling steel, but it's not, it's for drilling WOOD. It would be far better to use HSS for this purpose. Thus reducing costs. My guess is that the manufacturers, (made in Austria) have hoodwinked ujk into buying expensive cobalt steel drills for their pocket hole jigs.

Steve GPDM

9 March 2016

Pocket Drill Bit

Saw the reviews about tip breaking off so was nervous about buying one at this price. Was advised just to be careful. Did just that but came across a different problem in that after drilling half a dozen holes, all in softwood, the bit appeared to lose it's edge. Axminster agreed to replacing it and returning the original, but despite being happy with the concept, I won't be buying another if the replacement bit does the same thing. This is not like Axminster and I think they should look for an alternative supplier.


22 February 2016

Not fit for purpose

I'm a huge Axminster fan and have bought many of their products. Unfortunately, this one simply isn't fit for purpose. Like the other reviews, the bit keeps breaking off where the tapered section meets the wider part. I've just broken my second bit and I've drilled maybe 20 pocket holes. Axminster replaced the first one without quibble and I'm hoping they'll do the same with this one.

David West

18 October 2015

Mini Pocket Hole Jig

I purchased this jig kit very recently and after a slight problem with delivery due to lost invoices which delayed things slightly I was looking forward to assembling some cabinets today that I am making for a motorhome project, four holes in and the tip snapped off the drill.
As I live in Jersey I have to rely on the post etc. to get spares or supplies which will hold up my project.
Looking at the other reviews and studying the actual drill bit it is obvious that there is a problem with manufacturing and design of the drill bit.
I would suggest that there are two areas that need slight modification,
1) there should be a small radius at the point the tip starts from the main shank which will increase the strength at this point as a sharp change will always be weaker.
2) I believe that there may be an issue with the tempering/hardness of the drill bit at the junction where the tip extends from the main body.
I look forward to seeing an improvement in the reliability and the design of the drill as I cannot afford to by drills and the holdups that are caused by a regular failure of a a key part of the system

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