Aldi 1200W router ( woodwork not network ) £24.99 in-store
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Aldi 1200W router ( woodwork not network ) £24.99 in-store

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Found 13th Sep 2011
It's a 1200W router
It's £24.99
It has a 3 year warranty

I bought one, didn't really need one but always fancied getting one to see what they did. Cheapest I'd found elsewhere in the past was around £45 at Toolstation, so this one fits the bill just nicely.

There's also a separate 12 piece TCT router bit set for £6.99.

For DIY ( or just messsing around with wood! ) I cant see you'll get a better deal

31 Comments

Haha woodwork not network

Is this a gigabit router?

waby1234

Is this a gigabit router?



lol still chuckling over the title

Should be hot for the title alone!! ROFL indeed.

waby1234

Is this a gigabit router?



Well the bits are 6.99 for 12, so a gigabit will be around 14 million quid.

I thought the 12 piece TCT router bit set for £6.99 was a steal at that price!

is it wireless.

spamcan61

Well the bits are 6.99 for 12, so a gigabit will be around 14 million … Well the bits are 6.99 for 12, so a gigabit will be around 14 million quid.



Hot from me!

Can you get firewall protection with this?

Bought one of these last year just to do one job on my new kitchen , worth it's weight in gold for that but doubt I will use it again

buy it! well worth it plus 3 year warranty

Made some speaker stands using a router.

heated

http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/media/offers/01_11_week_37/Product_detail_Wk37S.jpg

a picture can only help!

spamcan61

Well the bits are 6.99 for 12, so a gigabit will be around 14 million … Well the bits are 6.99 for 12, so a gigabit will be around 14 million quid.


hahaha classic :-D

damn it, not a router! A 1200W router would be good :-)

Heat added for the title

Hur hur hur plunging

I'm so confused lol.

unless they've changerd them, the only downside with these is that they are metric bits. Most routers from places like B&Q are imperial because the wood (even though sold as metric, is really imperial sized). Metric can be a problem. If you're trying to get 6mm (really 1/4") into a 6mm channel, you'll have fun.
Edited by: "rnem170" 16th Sep 2011

Banned

Only a muppet, most likely from Birmingham, could possibly confuse one with the other as the pronunciation is completely different! Such anomalies within the English Language must really confuse those foreigners ( the more I look at that word the more it seems I've spelt it wrong), and indeed those Birmingham gentlemen trying still trying to get to grips with learning proper England!

are you fishing for a bite with the 'England' comment?

Would give my right arm for a 1200 watt wireless router.....imagine the range on that beast!!!

Excellent router for the price, and a very useful tool to have around, even more so if you combine with the router table they're also doing, which makes it ideal for cabinet work etc.
http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/media/offers/01_11_week_37/Thumbnails_2x2_Wk37.jpg

Can't think of a use? well, if you fancy giving your kitchen a facelift, and don't want to spend much money doing it, have some MDF panels cut to your door sizes, and then use the router to create a panelled effect door with a V bit, then create a bevelled edge all around, apply your chosen finish, sink in the hinges and viola!, a transformed kitchen for the price of a few MDF sheets and some paint.
When I used to do kitchen fitting, a router was probably the 2nd most useful power tool we used, especially once our biscuit cutter was stolen.This is a very decent product for the price, and if I didn't already own one, would deffinately buy, heat added!(_;)
Edited by: "HAL2000" 17th Sep 2011

bulkomuff

Only a muppet, most likely from Birmingham, could possibly confuse one … Only a muppet, most likely from Birmingham, could possibly confuse one with the other as the pronunciation is completely different! Such anomalies within the English Language must really confuse those foreigners ( the more I look at that word the more it seems I've spelt it wrong), and indeed those Birmingham gentlemen trying still trying to get to grips with learning proper England!



How's the pronunciation different? I've always read the name of these things in my head as "rooter", the same as the network device.

haha. i know this would be a hit.

have some heat OP.

Banned

r ow ta!

hot from me

bulkomuff

Only a muppet, most likely from Birmingham, could possibly confuse one … Only a muppet, most likely from Birmingham, could possibly confuse one with the other as the pronunciation is completely different! Such anomalies within the English Language must really confuse those foreigners ( the more I look at that word the more it seems I've spelt it wrong), and indeed those Birmingham gentlemen trying still trying to get to grips with learning proper England!




ONLY A MUPPET LIKE YOU, is that what u mean? lol
Edited by: "junaid" 19th Sep 2011

bulkomuff

Only a muppet, most likely from Birmingham, could possibly confuse one … Only a muppet, most likely from Birmingham, could possibly confuse one with the other as the pronunciation is completely different! Such anomalies within the English Language must really confuse those foreigners ( the more I look at that word the more it seems I've spelt it wrong), and indeed those Birmingham gentlemen trying still trying to get to grips with learning proper England!



Where has your sense of humour gone? Your comment is ridiculous. Is your reference to Birmingham something to do with my locality?

Cold.

No WIFI.
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