Expired Hot Deals

[Brettwood] MicroJig Tool for Table Saws and Routers $75

  • Last Updated:
  • May 22nd, 2020 1:56 pm
[OP]
Deal Addict
Dec 15, 2005
2771 posts
231 upvotes

MicroJig Tool for Table Saws and Routers $75

Deal Link:
Price:
$75
Retailer:
Brettwood
Couldn't find any PM opportunities but this was the best price. Shipping cost was about $20 when I ordered 2 of them.

Normally $99 was the best price for the advanced model I could find.
They have both the initial model and the advanced model.

Here
Last edited by TomRFD on May 22nd, 2020 1:36 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: added price to title
My Heatware
Location: Toronto
4 replies
Member
Dec 13, 2016
202 posts
94 upvotes
Of course I just bought bought one of these this week !!!

I went with the Grr-ripper Advanced as I found it on sale for $88.99 at Busy Bee Tools (free local pickup if you happen to have one near you) https://www.busybeetools.com/products/g ... rojig.html

$60 for the regular Grr-ripper is a pretty hot deal, with shipping costs obviously less hot but still a good deal I think. If you want or need two, for $120 + $20 shipping I think that's pretty hot, doubt you'd find a better price elsewhere for such a niche product

I know Lee Valley carries some Microjig products but don't know if they price match or not (I tried to call but could never get through to them on the phone)
Jr. Member
Aug 14, 2007
138 posts
16 upvotes
That's a good price but that's I think I'm just going to build my own. I already have some decent push sticks I'm fond of that I've made but I do want to make a couple of these:

Deal Expert
May 30, 2005
45056 posts
5603 upvotes
Richmond Hill
roxtc wrote: That's a good price but that's I think I'm just going to build my own. I already have some decent push sticks I'm fond of that I've made but I do want to make a couple of these:

The one in this video isnt' recommended, they use metal parts. The whole point of the MicroJig is that it's all plastic.

You can get knockoffs for around $35-40 on eBay/Ali, FYI. I have one and it's decent.
Artisan woodworker crafting live edge tables, end grain cutting boards, and other home decor
Silver Coins | Philips Wake-Up Light with Radio | Heatware
Deal Fanatic
User avatar
Jun 11, 2001
9309 posts
1516 upvotes
Agreed, i guess if he 3d printed those metal parts... and screws+knobs too i guess then it would be quite nice... then again with all that effort just go buy a microjig, lol.
Jon Lai wrote: The one in this video isnt' recommended, they use metal parts. The whole point of the MicroJig is that it's all plastic.

You can get knockoffs for around $35-40 on eBay/Ali, FYI. I have one and it's decent.
...zzz...zzz...zzz...

www.heatware.com

Top