been thinking of selling my big triton for a while,ive only used it to make one door.
I mostly use smaller routers as i have use of a large spindle moulder for the big stuff.
cost me £200 a few months ago
And is imho way beyond other pro models in terms of design and features
When its mounted in a table ,you can change from a sprung plunge to a geared winder handle,this is essential for easy raising and lowering,you're not fighting against the action of the spring,get it roughly then use the micro winder to get it spot on
When you change the bit ,the spindle comes right through the base and then locks solid so you only need one spanner,and tightening the collet requires only a quarter turn to lock it
the on switch ,lights up when the router is plugged in and has a spring loaded cover that closes over the switch when you switch off,no way you can accidently switch it back on.
I'd rate it on par to festool but half the price
Heres a pic [and one half of my home workshop/bike repair area
Im looking for £120 +£20 for insured postage,+ you're still saving £60-£70 on a new one
This has had so little use id class it as new,besides its industrially rated[8 hours a day 5 days a week for 10 years should be its lifespan]
so id consider my use ,testing.
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