This model has been discontinued by the manufacturer. High points: Easily accessible and visible speed control and power switch when the router is mounted in a table.…
Low points: Bit-height adjustments under the table are tedious. There’s no coarse adjustment, and the fine-adjustment knob is close to the router’s body. Router must be lowered when changing bits in the table to get the wrench past a base protrusion. The most expensive router in our test, and a 1/4" collet is not included. More points: The depth-stop rod can be zeroed and is easily adjusted to fine-tune the cutting depth. However, the scale is graduated in millimeters.
Ease of Use
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