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I have been looking at cheap nasty router tables. Thinking about it I know you get what you pay for.
I have see this on Amazon
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Triton-RTA300-P ... PREP693JWY
I reckon I might be better off going for this with a skil router http://www.amazon.co.uk/Skil-1830-1100- ... PREP693JWY
and the Charnwood NVR switch for another twenty quid from Amazon all up about £180.00
I dont fancy making my own router table, I am after something to build into an existing wooden workbench.
The other option I have found within my recently expanded budget is this http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/200666333490? ... 1423.l2649 which looks tempting but is it any good?

Your thoughts and experience appreciated.

Many thanks, Chunko'.
 

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chunkolini":2u6e7i61 said:
I have been looking at cheap nasty router tables. Thinking about it I know you get what you pay for.
I have see this on Amazon
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Triton-RTA300-P ... PREP693JWY
I reckon I might be better off going for this with a skil router http://www.amazon.co.uk/Skil-1830-1100- ... PREP693JWY
and the Charnwood NVR switch for another twenty quid from Amazon all up about £180.00
I dont fancy making my own router table, I am after something to build into an existing wooden workbench.
The other option I have found within my recently expanded budget is this http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/200666333490? ... 1423.l2649 which looks tempting but is it any good?

Your thoughts and experience appreciated.

Many thanks, Chunko'.
Hi there I bought this one below a couple of weeks ago , I had the same dilema as yourself. I have been very pleased with the design and have built mine into my workbench I have put the legs away for when I get some more floor space when I intend to build a cupboard around the frame....I think at the price its a very good deal

http://www.rutlands.co.uk/workshop-&-po ... uter-table
 

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thecoder":wz4lyrtw said:
chunkolini":wz4lyrtw said:
I have been looking at cheap nasty router tables. Thinking about it I know you get what you pay for.
I have see this on Amazon
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Triton-RTA300-P ... PREP693JWY
I reckon I might be better off going for this with a skil router http://www.amazon.co.uk/Skil-1830-1100- ... PREP693JWY
and the Charnwood NVR switch for another twenty quid from Amazon all up about £180.00
I dont fancy making my own router table, I am after something to build into an existing wooden workbench.
The other option I have found within my recently expanded budget is this http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/200666333490? ... 1423.l2649 which looks tempting but is it any good?

Your thoughts and experience appreciated.

Many thanks, Chunko'.
Hi there I bought this one below a couple of weeks ago , I had the same dilema as yourself. I have been very pleased with the design and have built mine into my workbench I have put the legs away for when I get some more floor space when I intend to build a cupboard around the frame....I think at the price its a very good deal

http://www.rutlands.co.uk/workshop-&-po ... uter-table

I have just noticed that they have knocked another tenner off the price :evil: just my luck :D :D
 

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thecoder":3gj4k6oe said:
thecoder":3gj4k6oe said:
chunkolini":3gj4k6oe said:
I have been looking at cheap nasty router tables. Thinking about it I know you get what you pay for.
I have see this on Amazon
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Triton-RTA300-P ... PREP693JWY
I reckon I might be better off going for this with a skil router http://www.amazon.co.uk/Skil-1830-1100- ... PREP693JWY
and the Charnwood NVR switch for another twenty quid from Amazon all up about £180.00
I dont fancy making my own router table, I am after something to build into an existing wooden workbench.
The other option I have found within my recently expanded budget is this http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/200666333490? ... 1423.l2649 which looks tempting but is it any good?

Your thoughts and experience appreciated.

Many thanks, Chunko'.
Hi there I bought this one below a couple of weeks ago , I had the same dilema as yourself. I have been very pleased with the design and have built mine into my workbench I have put the legs away for when I get some more floor space when I intend to build a cupboard around the frame....I think at the price its a very good deal

http://www.rutlands.co.uk/workshop-&-po ... uter-table

I have just noticed that they have knocked another tenner off the price :evil: just my luck :D :D

Im gona get slated for this but here goes.....I have a couple of decent brand name routers and my original first one that I bought from Wickes for 40 odd quid with a 2 yr guarantee that serves me well and im safe in the knowledge that if goes pear shape within 2 yrs they will replace or refund...
 

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Mr coder I was looking at that one as well.
Dropping the price is downright mean.
I think a decent table is the way to go, get a cheapish router in a decent workstation and upgrade if/when it dies horribly.
I need a NVR switch but thet are not too expensive.
For height adjustment I reckon a screw car jack might do the job.
Has anybody got any experience of the Fox thing?
 

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chunkolini":37tzxebk said:
Mr coder I was looking at that one as well.
Dropping the price is downright mean.
I think a decent table is the way to go, get a cheapish router in a decent workstation and upgrade if/when it dies horribly.
I need a NVR switch but thet are not too expensive.
For height adjustment I reckon a screw car jack might do the job.
Has anybody got any experience of the Fox thing?
Chunko the Rutland one just lifts out of the table allowing easy changing of the cutters
 
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