Latest review: Bought mine 4 years ago now. Has been ok. Few issues to start off with. The dial adjustment for spead works loose. The spring lever that holds the router at depth works loose awell. After fidling
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
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
Latest review: Wanted a good router to fit in router table without spending $500. Was comparing the Ryobi RT1600 with the Makita M3600G. The Ryobi at Bunnings looked like a good deal with 1600W motor, soft start,
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
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.
Latest review: This is a 1600W plunge router which has been superseded by the very similar model PRG-632VK.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
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
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
Latest review: Claims to be able to cut up to 5mm thick steel plate, sadly not true as the top half of the tool flexes on the flimsy base plate and starts to wander off the cut even when using a piece of steel