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Hikoki M3612DA/J2Z 36V Brushless 1/2In Variable Speed Router (Body Only) £214.80 delivered @ Anglia Tool Centre

£214.80
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I think this is possibly the only 1/2 inch router on the market at the minute and the general feedback seems to have been very good. If you already have Hikoki batteries then this is a very cheap deal.

HiKOKI M3612DA/JPZ 36V BRUSHLESS 1/2IN VARIABLE SPEED ROUTER (Body Only)

  • Compact and lightweight, designed for smooth groove cutting, window cutting and many more applications
  • Low profile, light weight and compact size for improved manoeuvrability
  • 36v MultiVolt battery and brushless motor deliver incredible power to match corded routers
  • Capable of handling heavy workloads and cutting at faster speeds
  • Easy to access handle lock-on switch for added safety
  • Newly designed locking lever for easier to set and more accurate depth adjustment
  • Dual LED lights for excellent visibility of the work area
  • Spindle lock enables easy bit charges to save you time
  • Speed control dials for greater flexibility across multiple applications
  • Dust collection integration for cleaner working
  • Collect Chuck Capacity: 12mm, 8mm, 6mm or 1/2in, 1/4in
  • Main Body Stroke: 50 mm
  • Battery Voltage: 36 V
  • No Load Speed: 11,000 - 25,000/min
  • Dimensions with battery (length x height x width): 148 x 280 x 275 mm
  • Weight (incl. battery): 3.8 kg
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    Is this the one that goes in and out?
    I'll get me coat...
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    I don't need one, but I recognise that a cordless router would be amazing.
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    Looks based on the classic Hitachi M12 corded router which I've used for years and is tough as nails, trouble is I'm a all about Dewalt now (with a bit of Makita and Milwaukee thrown in), so this deal is not for me.
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    Seems a good price for the unit. Not sure how it’s performed on worktops etc but the 18v dewalts and makita are the nuts for smaller jobs. Chorded are a thing of the past
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