Bosch Colt Router

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Bosch Colt Router

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Bosch Colt Router

Great for binding work & pickup cavities.
A practical combination of power and compact size.

We chose the Bosch® Colt router as the ideal companion for the MacRostie Binding Trimmer and our TrueChannel Binding Router Jig. It has a smooth-running single-speed 1-hp. motor, featuring circuitry to help maintain constant speed under load, for clean cuts. The sturdy removable cast-aluminum base provides convenient thumbscrew adjustment of routing depth.

Specifications
Motor: 1 hp. 5.6 amp, 672 watts, 35,000 rpm at no load
Base opening: 1-9/16" diameter (39.69mm)
Plunge depth: 1-3/16" (30.16 mm)
Height with base: 7-3/4" (196.85mm)
Collet: 1/4", with front spindle lock for easy one-wrench bit changes
Power cord: 10-foot length
Weight: 3.3 lbs (1,5 kg)

The Bosch Colt Router is a 120-volt AC electrical appliance with a U.S. standard Type A plug with two flat parallel prongs, ungrounded.


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Best small router I've ever used

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I've been using these guys since high school. They're awesome! Strong enough to stand up to about any species of wood, light enough to safely manipulate for binding work and other tricky routing jobs like that, and they don't vibrate like crazy like a lot of other palm routers do. I've had mine for 5 years now and its still running great.

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STEW MAC should have been selling a router like this YEARS ago.

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As a guitar builder using a router, the key is "SMOOTH CONTROL." I have been using this router and the Bosch Laminate Trimmer since they came out. 5 Stars! All other routers are too large and too powerful. This router is just right for Electric and Acoustic guitars. It's also very versatile. Buy one now, before you chip out another flamed maple top or back with a big router. This is also a very competitive price.

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Easy to handle

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First time use of a hand held router. Very easy to control and it doesn't torque out of your hands. It operates smoothly and with a brand new bit it cuts flawlessly (just cut in steps). No tear out cutting the binding channels on my first acoustic build! Just follow the instructions and do your climb cuts first and finish counter clockwise. Very impressed with this router, it does the intended job and very user friendly.

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