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I saw an ad for the Kreg Jig in The Family Handyman magazine and I checked out their website. I was deciding whether to buy the Kreg Jig Mini or the Kreg Jig. My wife convinced me to buy the Kreg Jig and not the Mini. I'm glad I listened to her as it saved me a lot time with the Kreg Jig. There were many projects I wanted to do but some of these projects had obstacles I haven't figured out yet. One would be building a table frame and then securing the frame to the table top. I would normally use L brackets but it's hard to get a good snug fit. The Kreg Jig solved these problems for me and it opened a lot of new possibilities. I also used the drill bit on it's own without the Jig as a countersink. Love the clamp as it made drilling multiple holes very easy. One other concern I had before buying the Jig was that you had to use screws especially made for the Kreg Jig and that's where they get you. Like those extremely expensive ink cartridges for printers. But after doing some research I found that the Kreg Jig screw prices are comparable to regular screws and some cases cheaper. They also sell them at the local Home Depot. The only two complaints is one; the removable drill guide would create a little nick in the drill bit and when you are resetting the guide it does not slide as smoothly due to the nick, and two; I find it hard to slide the Kreg Jig up and down in the clamp. But all in all worth the investment and looking foreword to doing more projects.
I've been using this thing on my wife for about a year. First thing first. Don't bother with any of the low power settings. Nothing will happen. Don't bother to wait three weeks between treatments. It isn't nearly powerful enough to need that long and it would take over a year to notice much difference. This thing does work, but slowly. It hurts some, but that depends on where you are zapping. As I have been doing my wife's bikini area, it causes her to jump occasionally. Most of the time, no big deal and she says it is nothing like getting waxed down there.