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Newbie_Neil

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Hi all

I found this on the Ubeaut site (Oz).

"I got the Triton router from Bunning for $346. Their base price was $399 but true to their advertising they beat the best price I could find by 10% and I got a cheap router."

We are talking Australian dollars here, at 2.5 to the pound. :shock:

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Neil
 

Barry Burgess

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Newbie_Neil":1amyfkol said:
Hi all

I found this on the Ubeaut site (Oz).

"I got the Triton router from Bunning for $346. Their base price was $399 but true to their advertising they beat the best price I could find by 10% and I got a cheap router."

We are talking Australian dollars here, at 2.5 to the pound. :shock:

Cheers
Neil
They are being sold on Ebay for £150 to £175 (new)
The one a bought had B&Q bar codes on it and was new & not opened.
 
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I know :roll:

Roger got one a while back for (I think) £150+VAT from ebay :cry: :cry:
 

devonwoody

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Triton was recently taken over by another Australian company (GMC) so I expect there is some sales tactic in progress at th moment.
I've had my Triton 3 years and its a bargain at £150 (you do need to fit a saw in addition to this price)
Even the NVR switch on the table must be worth nearly a third of this price.
 
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