Cheap DIY Router £18.99 @ Ebuyer incl. delivery
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Cheap DIY Router £18.99 @ Ebuyer incl. delivery

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Found 27th Feb 2016
A cheap and cheerful woodworking router (no, it won't make your wifi better!) for those who only need one occasionally. I doubt it will be craftsman quality but worth getting just for one job at this price.

Ebuyer blurb:

Extra Value 1050W Electric Router

A must-have tool for woodworkers allows you to accurately cut into wood, slot cutting or curve cutting, shaping, edging and rebating to making decorative designs and grooves. Do not use this machine to cut plastic, metal or other materials.
Specifications:

Voltage/Frequency 230V - 50Hz
Power 1050W
No load speed 11,500 - 30,000 / min
Cutting depth 44mm
Spindle diameter 6mm
Max. Cutter diameter 8mm
Sound pressure LpA 92,5dB(A) k=3dB(A)
Sound pressure LwA 103,5dB(A) k=3dB(A)
Vibration level ah= 5,538m/s2 k=1,5 m/s2
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i have one job so thanks for posting
Whats the 5ghz signal like on this, looks like you can chop and change aerials, what a great idea
DeezM

Whats the 5ghz signal like on this, looks like you can chop and change … Whats the 5ghz signal like on this, looks like you can chop and change aerials, what a great idea



I'm not sure as mine hasn't arrived yet but a no load speed of 11,500 - 30,000 must be a lot of internets per minute. Probably
Thanks OP.
I've wanted a router for ages but not had enough to do with it to justify the normal sort of prices.
Thanks OP
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Just be aware if you want to use the kitchen set router bits with this one they won't work you need one that will accept 12.7mm shanks not 8mm as this one
Hoppie

Just be aware if you want to use the kitchen set router bits with this … Just be aware if you want to use the kitchen set router bits with this one they won't work you need one that will accept 12.7mm shanks not 8mm as this one



​thanks for that... was going to get one to do my worktops...
good find worth a shot.
Wow. I knew ebuyer solder routers but I didn't know they sold routers.
thanks and ordered. i find the quarter inch router great for doing fine work like cutting in butt hinges on doors etc .
dont forget the 5% quidco
Edited by: "cadmus" 27th Feb 2016
anyone know when Lidl will next have their routers in stock?
Good price for an occasional use tool! Ordered for whenever I find a use for it.
They also sell jigsaw's but I think some of the pieces are missing ebuyer.com/738…606
mcek

anyone know when Lidl will next have their routers in stock?


Someone in Purchasing perhaps?
realtek

They also sell jigsaw's but I think some of the pieces are missing … They also sell jigsaw's but I think some of the pieces are missing http://www.ebuyer.com/738083-extra-value-400w-jigsaw-fi-tl-pwr-606


....jigsaw's what?
I just can't figure out how to connect this to my computers
Apart from the tool in this deal, there's all the others making router jokes.
No wifi?
Krizzo3

No wifi?


Are you five years old? oO
chocci

Are you five years old? oO


Must be, he forgot to say "Cold, no WiFi"
chocci

Are you five years old? oO


A five year old could tell if a device had wifi. tut.
MrFizzy

Wow. I knew ebuyer solder routers but I didn't know they sold routers.


Why do they solder them, are they refurbished?
Oneday77

Must be, he forgot to say "Cold, no WiFi"



These come in handy, but there is some skill required, we were restoring solid wood kitchen doors, and I had a carpenter recut the edges with one, but needed to make a frame for the roller to slide on, anyway the end result was brilliant
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