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Ozito 850W Router

Latest review: Cutting 6mm mdf and broke two 1/4" cutters due them them working loose and moving away from the base. Impossible to get bits tight. An expensive mistake $79 on the router and $60 worth of

Makita M3600G

Latest review: Wanted a 1/2" router, and didn't want to pay several hundred, I saw the Makita M3600G, 1650 watts of power and appears well made. Has spindle lock and great collet assembly. Doesn't have soft start

Makita RP2301FC

Latest review: I've had this router for over a year. Very smooth operation. Build quality is awesome. The router may be abit heavy, however its very stable. I have no hesitation in recommending this router to

Dewalt D26204K-XE

Latest review: Intoduction: Some of you might be thinking "5 Stars, isn't that just some form of confirmation bias?" but the truth is, for what this kit can do, the accessories included, and the price charged, I

Ozito RTR-040

Latest review: So this is the same as CJAY bought, just has about 4 times the number of accessories. I am really impressed with this also, saw CJAY's review and purchased one. Very easy to use, heaps of power and

Dewalt DW621 Plunge Router

Latest review: I've owned this router for the last several years and would defintely support someone else buying it for its intended use. It's versatile, reliable, and despite being a bit less powerful than other

Festool OF 2200 EB

Latest review: have had several different routers in my hand, festool OF 2200 EB, is the most powerfull, little peace of machinery, even tbough i pressed it harder than i would have done normally, the temperature

Makita RT0700CX

Latest review: I bought this product on the basis of my past experience with Makita products. (good quality and reliability). On first use of this great little router I discovered the base protector (which serves

Millers Falls Log Splitter 40-Ton

Latest review: Freight took 12 days from Bayswater! Normally overnight -Told me all sorts of excuses. Sent wrong unit . I ordered Electric start sent recoil start, said they upgraded motor, unfortunately no where

Makita RP1800

Latest review: Firstly I am a builder not a backyarder so I know my tools. This is the second Makita Router I have bought. They were a good router which needed a new fence design which is dated and inaccurate. I

Ozito PRG-631VK

Latest review: This is a 1600W plunge router which has been superseded by the very similar model PRG-632VK. This older model can present a serious SAFETY HAZARD to the user (see below). Hopefully the later model

Bosch GOF 1600 CE

Latest review: I bought this router last year and only used less than 10 times so far, and its dead. I was routing dovetail, i felt it struggled on end grain, it slowed down and almost stalled. I stopped and

Triton TRA001

Latest review: I bought this to place into a (non-Triton) router table and generally it performs well. It is easy to adjust in the table and the soft start feature is good with such a powerful router. Mine arrived

Triton MOF001

Latest review: I use Triton tools, but this router was a disappointment. The machine broke down during a lengthy session of woodworking. The replacement cost was so high that it was cheaper to purchase a new

Hafco Woodmaster Sliding Router Table RT-100

Latest review: This Router Table is so poorly constructed that it is near impossible to get accurate and square cuts. The sliding table is not flush with the stationary table and it also slides poorly. The clamping

Bosch POF 1200 AE