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Direct Power BP1020E 1020W Router £22.34 @ Screwfix

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banned6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
Been looking for a cheap router for a small job i have and this seems to fit the bill perfectly.

Variable speed Router with spindle lock. 5 x router bits, 30mm guide bush and parallel guide supplied.

* 1/4" Collet
* Variable Speed
* Dust Extraction Facility
* Spindle Lock
* Rubber Coated Grip
Max. plunge stroke 44mm. No load speed 11000-31000rpm. Weight 3.6kg.
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banned#1
http://www.screwfix.com/sfd/i/cat/45/p3308145_x.jpg

Gets some er, godd revuse

"i got this router about 6 months ago because my bosch router bluw up on a job i got this in a hurry and i thort i will be replasing it in a copale of weeks but its such a good router thers no need it cuts kitchin 30mm worktop whith no problems
it relly is a grate router i wood recommend it to trade or diyer"


Surely screwfix aren't selling these to 5yr olds?



Edited By: gerbil1 on Aug 31, 2010 07:35: ,
#2
Have you ever heard the expression "People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones"?
I've just browsed your comments history and its full of spelling mistakes, punctuation errors and grammatical mistakes.

gerbil1
http://www.screwfix.com/sfd/i/cat/45/p3308145_x.jpg

Gets some er, godd revuse

"i got this router about 6 months ago because my bosch router bluw up on a job i got this in a hurry and i thort i will be replasing it in a copale of weeks but its such a good router thers no need it cuts kitchin 30mm worktop whith no problems
it relly is a grate router i wood recommend it to trade or diyer"


Surely screwfix aren't selling these to 5yr olds?


banned#3
mrmr25
Have you ever heard the expression "People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones"?
I've just browsed your comments history and its full of spelling mistakes, punctuation errors and grammatical mistakes.

gerbil1
http://www.screwfix.com/sfd/i/cat/45/p3308145_x.jpg

Gets some er, godd revuse

"i got this router about 6 months ago because my bosch router bluw up on a job i got this in a hurry and i thort i will be replasing it in a copale of weeks but its such a good router thers no need it cuts kitchin 30mm worktop whith no problems
it relly is a grate router i wood recommend it to trade or diyer"


Surely screwfix aren't selling these to 5yr olds?





Whilst my punctuation may not be great, it sure is better than the reveiw i quoted above.

Also, May i ask why you wish to inimidate a new member, when as far as i can see, i have contributed nearly as much in the week i have been a member as you have in 3years and 8 months?

Edited By: gerbil1 on Aug 31, 2010 08:09: ?
#4
Great find OP for anyone wanting a router for very limited use. Hot!

May i ask why you wish to inimidate a new member, when as far as i can see, i have contributed nearly as much in the week i have been a member as you have in 3years and 8 months?

Gerbil1, the value of contributions is measured in quality of comments on the deals rather than the sheer quantity of posts. As mrmr25 observes, stones and glasshouses, especially given the quality of the above quote!
#5
Need to add the delivery charge of £5 to the price

Don't tell the wife but I've ordered one, here goes some more iffy woodwork. Cheers op

Edited By: simplyjimbo on Aug 31, 2010 09:31: .
#6
simplyjimbo
Need to add the delivery charge of £5 to the price



You can pick them up instore if people have one, so no need for the p+p.
#7
philmitchell
simplyjimbo
Need to add the delivery charge of £5 to the price



You can pick them up instore if people have one, so no need for the p+p.


True, but not all of us are that lucky. So to play by the rules its best to have both prices i guess to save on getting any cold votes which you know will only happen

Edited By: simplyjimbo on Aug 31, 2010 10:04: to
#8
Think it must be out of stock as wont let me add to basket

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