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Compact and easy to use router. 35mm plunge and three position, variable depth stop turret.

Compact and easy to use router. 35mm plunge and three position, variable depth stop turret.
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2 of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for Makita RP0900X/2 900W Plunge Router 240V
Review 1 for Makita RP0900X/2 900W Plunge Router 240V
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makita router
24 Nov 2013
By wg04
, Bristol
"my second and updated version of this router as my other one sprouted legs! I was so impressed the first time around after 10 years of professional use that nothing else would compare. However the newer version I was sadly disappointed by the box as the spanners don't fit where they should and have got lost down inside of the plastic pocket also no where to store router bits in the compartment after the packet supplied has been opened.apart from that a good workhorse for the price"
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Review 2 for Makita RP0900X/2 900W Plunge Router 240V
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Fantastic tool
12 Nov 2013
By adpsimpson
, Belfast
"Excellent router, light and easy to control, consistent and smooth output.
Carry case is a frustrating joke though. Spanners don't ever snap back into place, there's no place for the plug to sit, there is a special location for router bits IN THEIR RETAIL PACKAGING, and parts can get lost forever down the back of the internal moulding. Mine went straight in the bin. Adds frustration to an otherwise excellent tool."