Perfect holes everytime I am adding a few cupboards to my kitchen and had to move the hinges on a door to the other side. I looked around and this seemed to be perfect for the job. It was. Its very strong and so simple to use. It also from a well known tool company so i had no hesitation in buying it. It does the job perfectly and allowed me to change the hinge. For the price you can’t go wrong.
Easily added alternate hinge holes in cut down doors for my IKEA fitted wardrobes I was a little concerned how to hold this square when to get an even finish and even considered borrowing a pillar drill. In actuality, Hard to see in the pictures but it has a central point like a flat wood bit so it easy to keep square even with a batter drill as long as you don’t rush it. Took a couple of minutes per hole, taking my time, checking depth and avoiding any noticeable damage around the edges, Made a decent enough job of it. Would have given it 5 starts if it was designed with…
Did the job, but not a âlong lastingâ tool! It was just about OK for the job I bought it for, but now is blunt!I needed a dozen holes in a kitchen worktop, to fit the underside clamps at the joints.The workshops are good quality ones from IKEA.The first hole was so easy, and I had to remember to stop sharpish before the cut went too far.After that it got slowly less efficient, and by the last hole I was having to stop and cool the cutter two or three times.It did the job, but itâs not much use now.
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