Trend Snappy Countersink & Plug Cutters 4 Piece Set
Plug that hole.
Well made. Good quality. If you have never used a plug cutter before, practice on scrap wood first. Use a pillar drill for cutting the plugs for best results. Drilling the holes for the plugs is a piece of cake?
19 May 2015
Great plug cutters
Quite expensive but great performance. Used for oak skirting boards - cut the plugs quickly and reliably using my cordless drill at low speed.
2 Mar 2015
Very good so far
I bought a set of these with mixed feelings since I always read reviews before buying something online.
The plug cutter is very sharp and works well, it is important to keep the drill speed low to prevent burning the cutter out. I tested it with my cordless drill but will use it predominantly in my drill press.
The countersinks work well, I cannot comment on reliability since I haven't owned them or used them very long.
Overpriced for what they are, but I don't mind paying for quality.
28 Jan 2015
For hardwood-don't bother
Bought one set, counter sink bit worked no problem, when I started to use plug cutter used little pressure and it skated across the wood so increased pressure by hardly anything and it snapped like a chicken's neck.
Changed them, tried in softwood first to warm it up, still had skating issue but did manage to make a plug but not clean and tidy at all, then I used in the hardwood again got 2 plugs, both rough again, and then it snapped again, so swapped for another make that use the other design and it sliced through it with ease.
Trend may be good at some things this is definetly not one them.
23 Nov 2014