Festool OF 1010 EBQ-Plus GB Wood 1/4" Router 240V - £309 @ Amazon
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Festool OF 1010 EBQ-Plus GB Wood 1/4" Router 240V - £309 @ Amazon

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Found 20th Mar
Significant saving on the usual price. I paid £349 last year. Only four left.

Yes you can get a router for £34.90, and no it isn't gigabit or even fast ethernet and I don't think this will work with your Sky Wifi.

Product DescriptionProfiling, grooving, rebating, and routing dovetails – these are just some of the applications of the OF 1010. It has a wide range of technical solutions at the ready for these tasks and more. Rounding, chamfering, rebating and profiling edges, Grooving rear panels, recessing dovetail batons or routing plasterboard with the guide system (edging technology)

Box Contains1 x Router
1 x Ø 1/4" clamping collet (6.35 mm)
1 x Ø 8 mm clamping collet
1 x side stop
1 x guide rail adapter
1 x SYS 3 T-LOC


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Link says £357.99 so either expire or adjust price.. Just lazy by the OP

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Good effort on a top quality tool but you know which way this is going when the "er in doors" finish the washing up.

There is a warehouse one for £241.21, no 20% off though
Edited by: "nougat" 20th Mar
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Would a 1/2" router not be better?
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Would a 1/2" router not be better?


Depends what you're using it for. I tend use my 1/4" the most personally, but a 1/2" is better under a table, and better for doing kitchen worktop joints really.
Edited by: "ThanksForThat" 21st Mar
Added heat just for the brand, outstanding.
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ThanksForThat9 h, 10 m ago

Depends what you're using it for. I tend use my 1/4" the most personally, …Depends what you're using it for. I tend use my 1/4" the most personally, but a 1/2" is better under a table, and better for doing kitchen worktop joints really.


Yes that's what I was thinking as a 1/4" tends to not have the depth of plunge for worktops etc but the 1/2" is a lot heavier and bulky for fine work.
That big handle looks like it could be a pain and might get in the way, looking to get a new 1/4" router as my brace of old ELU mof 96's are on their last legs.
Not sure what the graphs you use add to the posts both your and others. Taken on their own they have little validity, and are abstract at best with no credit of reference given to the original source, not looking for Harvard referencing but some kind of acknowledgement to the source you seem to rely on so heavily might be useful.
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