Performance Power 1020W 230V Plunge router PRO1200A

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Performance Power 1020W 230V Plunge router PRO1200A

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Performance Power 1020W 230V Plunge router PRO1200A Performance Power 1020W 230V Plunge router PRO1200A
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This plunge router is great high speed cutting, trimming and shaping.

  • 18000-31000 rpm no load speed
  • Variable speed control
  • Maximum 60 mm routing capacity and 60 mm plunge stroke
  • Includes 1/4" collet & 8mm collect

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  • Guarantee - 2 year

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Performance Power 1020W 230V Plunge router PRO1200A
Power output 1020W
No load speed 18000-31000 rpm
Speed control Variable speed control
Maximum cutting capacity 60mm
Maximum plunge stroke 60mm
Depth adjustment Variable
Tool holder ¼" and ⅜" collet
Cable length (m) 3m
Weight (kg) 3.3kg

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Bosch POF 1200W Plunge router POF 1200 AE

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