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Triton MOF001

Triton MOF001

2.0 from 5 reviews




  • 14 reviews

Not worth the money


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 router, which I did and couldn’t really see the difference in performance. I still love other Triton products, just not their router.

Date PurchasedMar 2015

janakaGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC

  • 29 reviews



Don't ever buy Triton tools as their piece of crap rubbish garbage they cut out on you and the company is not in Australia and you can't find any parts for it .if you do buy one put it in the bin if it doesn't work that's all it's good for

Date PurchasedNov 2016


  • 3 reviews

Good features but unreliable


My router is 6 years old. I have had problems with the electronics. The speed sometimes varies, and it occasionally just gives up the ghost, half way through a session, and won't switch on. The switch is illuminated, but it won't fire up. Then, if I remove it from the table, jiggle it about and try it one last time before I bin the bloody thing, it'll fire up again - until the next time. I've only kept it because it works so well with the Triton Router Table, but I'm going to chuck the whole lot out next time this happens, and start again.

Date PurchasedOct 2011
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  • 4 reviews
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Faulty product and pathetic warranty service


DavidMetropolitan Adelaide, SA

  • 28 reviews

Great features, poor reliability


Questions & Answers



will this router be able to be fitted into an early triton work station ie Mk 3? this will have a bearing on my purchase for a triton router
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thank you

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I'm not 100% sure but i think so. I would suggest posting your question to somewhere like woodworkforums.com.au as they have a dedicated section for triton and routers also, you will find people on there that own one or the other or both. Good Luck.

If you are spending 300+ on a router i would suggest going with a Makita or Hitachi. My Triton is now starting to exhibit the same issues that i had fixed the first time, not going to bother fixing it again. I believe the Mk3 uses a universal plate mounting system for the router so you should be able to fit almost any make to it. If not then tables are easy to make from MDF if necessary

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