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McKeller 1020 watt Router was £24.99 Now £9.99 Instore or plus £5 delivered @ Focus DIY
McKeller 1020 watt Router was £24.99 Now £9.99 Instore or plus £5 delivered @ Focus DIY

McKeller 1020 watt Router was £24.99 Now £9.99 Instore or plus £5 delivered @ Focus DIY

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This comes with a nice parallel guide, 5 Straight Router Bits & a hole cutting attachment. Even has a 2yr warranty!

Variable Speed 11500-34000 RPM
Maximum Plunge Depth 37mm
6.35mm and 8mm Collets
Depth Gauge
Dust Extraction Facility
5 Straight Router Bits Included
1020 watt

24 Comments

802.11n?

my local poundland had some McKeller Router Bits, about 5 or 6 in a little wooden box, i should of picked some up for when i get one of these h&r added

What the heck is this?

Will this help me get on the internet? :whistling: :roll: :whistling: :roll: :whistling:

Bird_Man;5043030

Will this help me get on the internet? :whistling: :roll: :whistling: … Will this help me get on the internet? :whistling: :roll: :whistling: :roll:



Well, you could use it to route a groove in the back of some skirting board to hide your cat5e cable :whistling:

Whats 1200 watts in mbps?



saayinla;5042920

What the heck is this?



A router is a woodworking tool used to rout out (hollow out) an area in the face of a piece of wood.

Will this work with Virgin Broadband?

sinjin_smythe;5043786

Will this work with Virgin Broadband?



No, ADSL only.

Maximum Plunge Depth! :w00t:......:giggle:.....H&R Hot!!!

is this more relaible than BT's Home Hub?

A "router" is actually another form of sat-nav system. It is handy because it requires the use of a mains lead trailing behing your car but this ensures your unit never suffers from a flat battery.

super i can use my £5 voucher up for this

Probably a stupid question given the price. But are these any good?

Keeping the thread ON TOPIC these routers are cheap (presumably Chinese) rebadged items. Many other stores (eg Netto, Wickes etc) do diifferently badged versions of these. I did have a Wickes one but it broke after one use (dodgy power button) and build quality is generally poor. These generally go for £15 to £20 so for £10 its still a good deal if you want a router for occassional use..............

Psychotext;5044868

Probably a stupid question given the price. But are these any good?


Don't expect a quality item but they are okay. Did you have a particular job in mind you wanted to use it for or is it just to dabble?

gari189;5044878

Don't expect a quality item but they are okay. Did you have a particular … Don't expect a quality item but they are okay. Did you have a particular job in mind you wanted to use it for or is it just to dabble?


Dabbling mostly. I have another cheap one I bought a while ago but the plunge lock on it is so bad that I'd consider it unsafe (it can easily unlock without any warning whilst you work).

Psychotext;5044974

Dabbling mostly. I have another cheap one I bought a while ago but the … Dabbling mostly. I have another cheap one I bought a while ago but the plunge lock on it is so bad that I'd consider it unsafe (it can easily unlock without any warning whilst you work).



Be fine for dabbling but I'm not sure how much better this would be than your existing one....

Worth a look for £9.99 though I suppose. I get 5 more crappy router bits if it's rubbish.

Thanks for the advice.

where do I plug the RJ-11?

lol, only joking, quite a good deal - voted hot

Been looking for a cheap router to fix under the router table. Doubt my local Focus will have any though.

Sadly mine didn't have any.

Is this 802.11b or g?

ok i think that's enough of the router jokes. its getting a bit stupid in here now:roll:
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