Rated 4 out of 5Â by DiyRay Does the job jig
This is a decent quality piece of kit. I'd seen a Trend jig demonstrated on You Tube and went for a 'Trend' because I thought it would be quality - and it is.
On the You Tube demo the guy had nice chunky metal pegs that are inserted into the jig as guides, with his 'Trend' so I was a tad disappointed when the pegs that come with this one are plastic. I guess that you get the metal ones with the more expensive model. Provided you're fairly careful with this jig and don't go throwing it around it should last a reasonable amount of time. Professional fitters might want to go for the more expensive one, with the metal pegs.
Still, at Â£89.99 this ain't cheap, but I've used it for two scribe joints and associated Bolt Slots (12 altogether), as well as a couple of straight edges and 100mm curves and it's been pretty straight forward.
The instructions are fairly clear as well (only noticed one error, which was quite easy to spot, but it does make me wonder whether manufacturers actually use their products to test out the instructions)
I've only given it 3* for reliability, because, although I only bought it the other day, I think, once I knock one of those pegs, they will either snap, or bend, fairly easily.
But, overall, a nice piece of kit, just a bit expensive !
15 Nov 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by cheshirecatconstruction does what it says on the tin
worktop jig, very good rigidity so will not bend when clamping like some cheaper ones and comes with pins which not all do.
13 Nov 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by k12bod Does the job
Had to buy this to replace the one I broke and although it is slightly different from the previous one I had it still works just as well.
16 Jun 2014
Rated 3 out of 5Â by gerbal value for money
This jig is good very user friendly comes with instructions on use if followed does good job. Value for money is ok a piece splintered of base still useable has guarantee will exchange will let you know outcome
21 May 2014