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Skil 1827 2-hp Plunge Router

Average reader rating
4.5
out of 5
Brand:
Skil
Model:
1827
Price:
$90

Description

With new Soft Start Technology and an updated design, the new 1827 plunge base router is ideal for the beginning to intermediate woodworker.

Soft Start Technology for reduced start-up torque(smoother start-ups) and longer motor life
1/2 In. collet capacity for larger profile applications
Micro-fine depth adjustment for precise cuts
Dual-position on/off switch for user convenience and better control
Soft Start Technology for reduced start-up torque(smoother start-ups) and longer motor life
1/2 In. collet capacity for larger profile applications
Micro-fine depth adjustment for precise cuts
Dual-position on/off switch for user convenience and better control
Depth rod and adjustable turret for repeatable plunge routing applications
Quick clamp release lever for easy motor adjustments and removal
Variable speed for optimal control
LED site light for improved visibility and powered tool alert
Soft-grip control handles for increased comfort and less fatigue

Base Diameter:
Base Opening:
Cliplister ID Request Key:
Collet Capacity:
Max. Tool HP:
Name:
No Load RPM:
Plunge Depth:
Voltage:
Weight:
6-11/16"
1-9/16"
1827
1/2" and 1/4"
2
1827 (F0121827AA)
10,500-25,000
2"
120V
8.6 lb
Includes:
1827 Motor Unit
Aluminum Plunge Base
Chip Deflector

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Skil router 1827 /1830

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Very strong construction. Smooth plunge. 1/2 & 1/4 collets. Soft start is amazing. Variable speed holds steady. LED work lights work well. Poweded all the router bits with ease. Long power cord. Great value.

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