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Manufactured by Europe's leading Worktop Jig company, the Belfast Sink Jig is used with a standard straight router to create accurate cut-outs for single and double width sinks. Incorporates the essential undersink drip groove facility. Use with a 30mm guide bush. Supplied with 6 nylon pegs.

Manufactured by Europe's leading Worktop Jig company, the Belfast Sink Jig is used with a standard straight router to create accurate cut-outs for single and double width sinks. Incorporates the essential undersink drip groove facility. Use with a 30mm guide bush. Supplied with 6 nylon pegs.
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1 of 2(50%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for Unika Belfast Worktop Jig
Review 1 for Unika Belfast Worktop Jig
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Would you recommend this product? Yes
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great
24 Oct 2013
By
, herts
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"This is the only choice when fitting a belfast sink. I fitted our kitchin myself and the guy in one of the diy stores suggested using a jigsaw to cut the hole, but after some test runs on a spare piece of worktop that wasn't working and didn't give me the finish that i wanted as the sink is a central point of focus, so ordered this for next day delivery to store. Tested it on a spare piece of work top and worked well. Then cut the hole on the worktop and looks great, instructions are only a photocopy and worth noting that you should only router 10mm at a time, you will also need a couple of g clamps to fix this in place. a bit expensive as it only took me about 30 mins to test and then cut the hole. but it does look good with the sink now in place."
Review 2 for Unika Belfast Worktop Jig
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Would you recommend this product? No
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Poorly manufactured
21 Aug 2012
By
, Croydon
"Jig has a small block with a centre line to assist in aligning the jig.
Unfortunately the centre line marking is nearly 3mm out of position. I had to remark the line with a permanent marker.
Maybe no big deal, but if you were to use the jig without checking the alignment markings, you would get a nasty cutout in the worktop.
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