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Ozito 850W Router

Latest review: On opening the box and assembling, I found the unit would not plunge as was stuck in place. After lubricating I got it to the point where it was somewhat usable. After the first 4 cuts, the unit


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


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


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


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Latest review: This is a 1600W plunge router which has been superseded by the very similar model PRG-632VK.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


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