UJK Technology Pocket Hole Jig
UJK Technology Pocket Hole Jig
£99.96 (£83.30 Ex. VAT)

UJK Technology Pocket Hole Jig

Code: 503726

  • Make strong hidden joints, fast and easily produced
  • Furniture making, kitchen fitting, strong frames and carcases
  • Use for a wide range of material thickness 12-36mm
  • Clear metric scales
  • Perfect joints, no need to pre-drill mating workpiece
  • All metal parts so no flex in the jig
  • Bench mounting
  • Supplied with M2 spiral drill bit and collar
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Frequently Bought Together

  • UJK Technology Pocket Hole Jig
  • UJK Technology Portable Plate for Pocket Hole Jig
  • UJK Technology Washer Head Pocket Hole Screws Trade Pack
  • UJK Technology Torx T20 Screwdriver Bit 80mm Pkt 2
Total: £134.76

In Detail

Pocket hole joinery is all about making strong, hidden joints that are fast and easy to produce.

The UJK Pocket Hole Jig is all you need to do this, suitable for many applications from furniture making to kitchen fitting, giving very strong frames and carcases. A strong, hidden joint is produced using a jig and drilling a hole at an angle into one workpiece, then joining it to a second workpiece with a self-tapping screw. Speed comes from the fact that the self-tapping screw eliminates the need to pre-drill the mating workpiece. This avoids many alignment problems caused by having to lay out and drill for aligning fasteners as with dowel, biscuit and mortice and tenon joints. Strength comes from the self-tapping screw as an internal clamp, eliminating clamping the joint as the glue dries. Save time and the frustration of clamping, as well as the problems associated with pulling the assembly out of square with clamping pressure. This well made jig has all metal parts for added strength and can easily be mounted on a bench. Use for a wide range of material thickness 12-36mm, clear metric scales allow for ease of use.

Supplied with high quality M2 specially designed European made spiral drill bit and collar

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Pocket hole joint

Joinery made fast, clean and easy

With pocket hole joinery you can make strong, hidden joints that are suitable for many applications and situations.

The UJK Technology Pocket Hole Jig opens up a host of possiblities, helping swiftly make frames for furniture, kitchen fitting and more; the list is almost endless. Whether you are a complete beginner or a seasoned professional, this jig will make a great addition to your tool kit and will give years of reliable usage.

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What makes pocket hole joinery so good?


Self tapping screws eliminate the need to pre-drill the mating workpiece, this also avoids alignment problems.


The screw acts as an internal clamp and is stronger than a biscuit, dowel or tenon. Constant clamping force combined with today's glue technology makes for a very strong wood-to-wood bond

Learn how to use it

Watch our video and discover how to set up the jig and make your first pocket hole joint.

Add the optional accessories and make it portable and truly versatile

The Portable Plate allows you to remove the jig from the bench mounted unit and use it as a portable jig. The Quick Realease Clamp securely holds the portable plate to the work when drilling and can also be used to clamp the joint together while fixing.



Model UJK Pocket Jig
Reviews (15)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.3 out of 5 based on 15 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



22 December 2017

Well engineered and easy to use.

Brought this a couple of years ago to edge fix custom routed moldings to the edge of veneered MDF panels (moldings where rebated, and only 12mm MDF, so couldn't biscuit joint). Fast and effective. Has been used for numerous other tasks since and always been happy with it.

Peter ing

23 April 2017

Axminster Pocket hole jig

I bought this to machine some cross noggins in a summerhouse I had built which I am insulating and panelling the construction meant that skew nailing was not an option. Like another reviewer I hadalso bought gd Rutland one some years previously however had not had the chancl to use it when I tried to set it up if was such a poor design I gave up. I have admired the design and build quality of the UKJ equipment especially the Pocket hole jig. So I tool the plunge and bought one a couple of weeks ago. Have to say I can believe what a pleasure it was to use the build quality is superb and far superior to any of he others currently on the market. I was a bit worried about the longetivity of the drill bit as if had some negative reviews in earlier post's however the have obviously sorted the problem out now because I drilled 120 holes without issue. My recommendation would be to ditch the cordless for this job and use a mains powered drill the cordless just don't have the rpm to clear the swarf dust extraction and numerous plunge cuts are the key.

Would thoroughly recommend this product forget the Kreg , Trend and Rutland versions you will not regret buying this product if it used properly


10 June 2016

Overpriced & rarely used.

I bought this a good few months ago and wanted to give it a fair go before reviewing it.
It is tedious to set up - after using cheaper ones, they do the job fine and are quicker to set up, which is what you want with pocket holes. Whenever I'm looking to put something together quickly this pocket hole jig has rarely served to save time over other techniques.

The clamping base set up doesn't seem to have many useful applications - most jobs you want to take the jig to the workpiece rather than the other way around.

Finally, the drill bit broke recently during use (nothing particularly heavy). Doesn't seem great when this is double the price of other jigs.

I don't go for pocket holes often, so if you use them all the time you might like this jig, but I see no benefit over the cheaper ones I've used.


15 January 2016

Very sturdy build

Delivery was very rapid, 4 days instead of 6, I live in Portugal. I am very impressed with the strongly built base and fittings. I was sent a new style bit, the M35, which I guess is meant to solve some of the problems reported with the older bit. This one has special edges which make for a cleaner cut when drilling the pocket hole. It also drills the hole faster than other bits that I have tried. A feature that I did not know about until the jig arrived was a set of 5 lines on the top. If you draw a line in the middle of a strap of wood that is about 6 cm wide you can line this up with the centre line on the top of the jig and the two lines on either side indicate how far apart the two pocket holes will be bored. This is very useful as you can see clearly that you can fit the pocket holes inside the edges of the wood and can slide the workpiece along and reclamp to drill a third hole at an even spacing if you wanted extra strength in the joint. The clamp is very easy to adjust to get a good reliable grip on the wood. I have only done a few test bores and am keen to get on with my first project.

Philip Davies

17 November 2015

Some reservations

After less than 60 pockets, encountered a knot & broke the drill bit! This will work out very expensive should this reoccur. Noted that the holdfast dented material so slackened it off slightly, probably causing the breakage. Jig would benefit from non-slip material on faces, greater surface area on clamp. Now looking at silver steel to make zip bit! Possibly the bits are tempered too hard?
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