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JCB 2100W 240V 1/4" & 1/2" Router PRT210J2 - £55 @ B&Q (instore)
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JCB 2100W 240V 1/4" & 1/2" Router PRT210J2 - £55 @ B&Q (instore)

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Posted 20th Jul

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JCB 2100W 240V 1/4” & 1/2” Router PRT210J2

Clearance down to £55 from £105

Had stock in Taunton, Somerset

This 1/4” & 1/2” router is great for pattern and groove cutting, trimming and shaping, chamfering in hard and soft wood.

11500-28000 rpm no load speed
Variable speed control
Maximum 50 mm routing capacity and 50 mm plunge stroke
Includes 1 x 6.35mm (1/4”) collet, 1 x 12.7mm (1/2”) collet, 1 x parallel guide, 1 x spanner, 1 x dust adaptor, 2 x template guide (16mm/30mm), 1 x centre pin

Features and Benefits

Micro-adjustment on both the parallel fence and router depth for precise cutting
Soft start to eliminate tool jumping out of position on start up
Variable speed provides greater control when working with different materials
Constant speed control maintains working efficiency under high loads
Guarantee - 3 year


Technical Specifications

Power output 2100W
No load speed 11500-28000 rpm
Speed control Variable speed control
Maximum cutting capacity 50mm
Maximum plunge stroke 50mm
Depth adjustment Depth adjustment
Dust extraction Dust extraction facility
Handle type Soft grip handle
Locking device Spindle lock
Tool holder 6.35 / 12.7mm
Cable length (m) 3m
Weight (kg) 5kg
Carry case Box
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8 Comments
Looks identical to an erbauer one I've got,not a bad tool for the money but certainly better quality out there.
Will this router make Talktalk any more reliable
TiscaliSurvivor20/07/2019 10:56

Will this router make Talktalk any more reliable



Yes.
The more RPMs, the more MB/s download speeds you get.
Does it have 5g WiFi?
How much would people say you have to spend to get a good 1/2" router? Any recommendations?

I was tempted by this one but the reviews say something about the handle not being at the right angle. :/
kinobestew12320/07/2019 18:41

How much would people say you have to spend to get a good 1/2" router? Any …How much would people say you have to spend to get a good 1/2" router? Any recommendations?I was tempted by this one but the reviews say something about the handle not being at the right angle. :/


I use a Hitachi M12VE nearly everyday and it's an amazing piece of kit. You can get it some places for around £140. The build quality is excellent and it can cut through anything cleanly with a sharp bit
Is this a wireless router? Will it work through walls?
Agree with greendayadam regarding the Hitachi/hikoki then you've got DeWalt and Makita for a bit more.as with most tools it's personal preference.
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