Author Topic: "MT Makita" range in Oz ???  (Read 922 times)

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Re: "MT Makita" range in Oz ???
« Reply #1 on: October 11, 2016, 11:02 AM »
$150AUD for a 1650w 12.7mm plunge router ... it MUST be garbage ... but is it?

There's a range of these "MT" tools, all cheap as Ozito [blink] [huh]

I bought their "Orange" brand of this router about 10 months ago to sit in a router lift permanently and it is one of the cheapest pieces of kit that has not missed a trick.  They are made in the same factory.  Very nice, balanced router.  Only reason I got this was to remove the handles as my Festool OF routers would not fit in the router lift  8)