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After many months of work, we're very proud to announce the all-new kregtool.com, featuring more information, more resources, more videos... and just plain more!  Take a few seconds to visit the new site, then come back here to post your comments, criticisms, questions, and general thoughts!


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Thanks James. Looking forward to hearing everyone's comments!
Much better than the old one. I like the fact that you have the store on it as well. I was wondering about the recent purchase to download the cabinent making. I just purchased the deck jig, screws, two quick bit drill bits a collar and also two drivers for screws and I didn't see a code in there for anything. Where would it be at?
Looks like you shut out Canadians, but maybe it was unintentional as it asks for State or Province as well as ZIP or Postal Code
Very Nice!
I was often frustrated with the old site. For whatever reason I had trouble finding things. Navigating the new site seems a lot easier.

On the page http://www.kregtool.com/Pocket-Hole-Jigs-Prodlist.html the 2nd line in the label for the TV spot seems strange to me:
TV Spot
This is an Application and should be first.

As a side note, I suggest making the Basic Cabinetmaking download free to anyone, not just purchasers. Because it goes completely through a common project (class of projects, actually), it leaves no question what it takes for the jig to deliver the desired results. Because of that, for me it is a more compelling sales pitch than anything else I've seen. I only bought the jig after a strong endorsement from a trusted source - and even then I was slow to buy.
My personal feeling about the new site is positive. I think it not only contains more information but seems to be easier to find information and explore what others are doing and their interest. I saw a few kinks that need attention but I'm sure you will work out the bugs. It is an enjoyable site to explore.
Great site. Will be spending more time here.
Thanks!

James Waller said:
Looks like the code you need is from a "Kreg Pocket Hole Jig" only and will be on the retail product packaging.

Robert A. Schriner said:
Much better than the old one. I like the fact that you have the store on it as well. I was wondering about the recent purchase to download the cabinent making. I just purchased the deck jig, screws, two quick bit drill bits a collar and also two drivers for screws and I didn't see a code in there for anything. Where would it be at?
Nice - but I only spent a few seconds. I noticed the new deck system jig, which I bought through Amazon as I need to resurface my deck this summer including railings. I e-mailed handyman mag about the project to see if they wanted me to document the project for the mag - they never got back to me but I am going to document the project anyway and see if anyone is interested.
It is much more enticing then the old site. Information is easier to find and I love have more videos. Great work!
Just viewed the new web site. Like the looks of it. Easy to get around on. NICE job guys. Only one suggestion for an update.
Make the pictures clickable to view larger images. Keep up the work in it.
Love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And finally we can buy direct. Great Job.

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