Foreman Pocket-Hole Machine

Average Review (13):

Professional-Grade Pocket-Hole Machine at a Consumer-Friendly Price

  • One pull of the handle starts the motor, clamps your workpiece, and drills perfect pocket holes
  • Powerful 110-volt motor
  • Comes with 3/8" hex-shank drill bit (QUIK-BIT)
  • Works with materials from 1/2" to 11/2" thick (12-38mm)
  • Adjustable fence to position workpiece for precise pocket depth
  • Two spring-loaded stops for repeatable accuracy
  • Clear markings in the table that make it easy to position the fence
  • Compatible with the Micro-Pocket™ Bit and Heavy-Duty Bit

$449.99 USD

ITEM No.: DB210

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Professional-Grade Pocket-Hole Machine at a Consumer-Friendly Price
Built with professionals and hobbyists in mind, the Foreman Pocket-Hole Machine is packed with features that will have you building with twice the speed and half the effort of a standard pocket-hole jig. The Foreman DB210 offers all of the same features and capabilities of our professional-grade machines in a machine that’s versatile, portable, and extremely affordable.

Extremely Easy to Setup and Use
Create pocket holes with amazing speed and accuracy time and time again. Simply pull the large control handle to start the powerful 110-volt motor, clamp your workpiece securely in place, and raise the drill bit through the table. This simple operation drills a precisely-placed pocket hole at the perfect depth in materials from 1/2" to 11/2" (12-38mm) thick.

Precise Pocket Depth and Repeatable Accuracy
To ensure perfect pocket hole placement, the Foreman DB210 features a tool-free adjustable fence that positions your workpiece for precise pocket depth, and a pair of adjustable, spring-loaded stops that provide repeatable accuracy. Plus, clear markings in the table make it easy to position the fence for your material thickness.

Creates All Three Types of Kreg Joints
The Foreman comes with a standard 3/8" Kreg stepped drill bit to get you started—for materials from 1/2" to 11/2" (12-38mm) thick. It’s also compatible with the Kreg Micro-Pocket™ Bit to create more compact pocket holes in thinner stock, and the Kreg HD (Heavy-Duty) Bit for creating strong joints in 11/2" (38mm) and thicker stock.

Portable and Durable, with Ample Workspace
The Foreman’s lightweight yet durable construction allows for hassle-free transportation—perfect for use in your shop, around your home, and on-the-go. Even with this portability, the Foreman still features a large table with ample workspace.

Built-In Storage and Dust Collection
You’ll love the built-in storage tray—the perfect place to store extra bits and accessories, keeping them close-at-hand. The Foreman also includes a dust collection attachment to keep your work area clean.




Drill Bits

Comes with standard Kreg 3/8" (9mm) Stepped Drill Bit
Also accepts Kreg Micro-Pocket™ and HD drill bits


Polyurethane base; cast-aluminum tabletop

Clamping Capacity

Material from 1/2" to 11/2" thick (13-38mm) 


20 lb.


Entire Unit: 15"H x 19"L x 29.5'D  (380mm x 482mm x 750mm)
Tabletop: 14" x 231/2"  (355mm x 597mm)


1 year


Kreg Foreman Pocket-Hole Machine, adjustable fence with spring-loaded stops, dust-collection attachment, Kreg Stepped Drill Bit and drill guide, drill bit setting block, and owner's manual


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Manual North American Manual
Global Manual

Reviews for "Foreman Pocket-Hole Machine"

Average Review:

If you going to make alot of pocket holes its a no brainer

I originally heard about this from Jaybates' youtube channel. A recent house renovation means there's a ton of projects to be completed. I'm really glad to have bought this, I can knock out 100 pocket holes in under 30mins all spaced evenly all straight. I think if I had to do this by hand then drawers would have been shelves. Now its extra drawers just because. Minus one mark as I experienced a few screw tips poking though though not much maybe a .5mm. It seems a common thing for pocket holes in general. I followed all the set up and advice switched to clutched drill still had a few poke through on me. Which is odd because its the same settings/material. If I was to guess it would be the bit heating up or user error not pushing the part flush to the fence? It would be nice if there were clearer markings on the fence in 1mm increments.


By simon kelly

June 17, 2020

Game changer!

I’ve been wanting this for a while and my husband got it for me for Xmas today. It’s even better than I thought. Not very loud and so much less sawdust There is virtually nothing left in the pocket hole like the manual one. I finally am looking forward to (& not dreading) making 25 pocket holes for my next table!! Love Kreg!!


By Diane Neumann

December 25, 2019

Foreman pocket-hole machine

I am the owner of a construction company and I have been using the Foreman for about a year now. This is definitely a must-have tool on your jobsite whether you are working on decking, exterior trim, interior trim, or cabinetry. The foreman is lightweight and durable giving me the ability to keep this tool in my work trailer at all time. Once the foreman is on the job site it’s ready to use within minutes. A few small adjustments depending on the size of the material and you’re ready to go. Another great feature is the dust collection port allows you the ability to easily connect a vacuum and keep the work area clean.


By Dan Desjardin

January 22, 2018

This little magic machine

I have owned this machine for about 3 years now. It is amazing how well it works for a noncommercial unit. I have built more than 120 cabinets in the last few years and I can tell you. If your a pocket hole fan. This is the machine for you. Even tho I own a small cabinet company, I use this machine. It saves time which saves money. Never had any problem at all with it. Worth five times what I paid for it.


By Chris Terry

January 4, 2018

I love my DB210 - Foreman Pocket-Hole Machine

I used to have a small pocket hole jig, and it was a lot of work and took a lot of time. In 2015 when they came out with the DB210-Forman Pocket-Hole machine, I checked on the web site, and I watched videos and that made my decision to buy one. It's the best thing I ever did, when I bought that machine. It's so easy and simple to use, and I just go crazy making pocket holes, and the job looks very professionally done. Before I was scared to make tables and chairs, and with that machine I made tonnes of projects with that machine, and I love. I would recommend it to anyone that does woodwork. For the price, it's well worth it. Thanks Martial


By Martial Dupuis

April 28, 2017

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