|Product Dimensions||12.17 x 8.2 x 17.42 cm; 2.2 Kilograms|
|Item Model Number||2723-20|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Maximum Power||900 Watts|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Included Components||1/4-Inch Collet|
|Item Weight||2.2 kg|
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M18 FUEL Compact Router (Bare Tool) 2723-20
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- POWERSTATE Brushless Motor: Power of corded compact routers and higher SPM to complete cuts in hard woods
- REDLINK PLUS Intelligence ensures maximum performance and protects from overloads, heating and over-discharge
- Variable speed dial ranges between 10,000 and 31,000 rpm, providing precise control for clean edges and details
- Macro Adjust button allows for fast macro-adjustments and 1.5" of adjustable range
- Fine adjustment screw allows for precise adjustments beyond 1/64" increments
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The MILWAUKEE M18 FUEL Compact Router combines power, speed and accurate depth adjustments to deliver clean accurate cuts in a variety of materials and applications. The compact router leverages the POWERSTATE Brushless Motor and REDLINK PLUS electronics. This delivers the power of corded 1.25 horsepower trim routers and best-in-class 31,000 RPM delivering users with power and speed for clean, quality cuts in hard materials. With an M18 REDLITHIUM XC5.0 battery, the cordless compact router cuts up to 250ft of 3/8" roundovers in red-oak, providing users with all-day run time with fewer trips to the charger. The handheld router is equipped with a micro-adjust dial and macro-adjust button, giving users fast and accurate depth adjustments for highly accurate work. A variable-speed dial with speed from 10,000 to 31,000 RPM gives users control in all applications. The trim router also features a sturdy 4" sub-base plate giving users stability, and dual-LED lights illuminate their work surface. The M18 FUEL Compact Router is compatible with a plunge base and an offset base (sold separately).
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I love the mw trimmer. Smooth start up. The switch is a little bit annoying as it has a thick rubber gasket over it but besides that it’s got a great feel/ balance is unreal. Very quiet. Massive base plates.
Only thing I wish they had was a ball bearing attachment as a copy cutter. My old makita ones had it but the new battery makita ones doesn’t come with it either. I’m not sure why these big brands don’t supply it. It was great so the bearing didn’t leave a mark or you could offset a straight cutter.
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The dust shroud is phenomenal! Working very well. Some say it’s a lil loose on the left side where you attach the shop vac, and yes it is slightly, but excellent on dust collection!! The Milwaukee in my opinion is a far better deal then the Dewalt that sells for 199.99 & all you get is just the “Bare” tool. Now the Milwaukee I bought for 159.99 here on amazon but usually sell for 179.99 and you get the dust shroud, two base plates which you have to purchase extra for the Dewalt. The Milwaukee is thinner & leaner then the Dewalt, the Dewalt has more girth to it. This may matter depending on the size of your hands. I have small hands & me personally I like the feel of both of them. I prefer the on/off switch on the Milwaukee better, it’s on the front, so me being right handed it’s easier to turn on/off, where the Dewalt is on the right side & ergonomically I have to always use my left hand to turn on/off. This is why it’s going to be my dedicated plunge router. Now this is all personal preference and what works for you. So you make the call. When the battery is dead it dies instantly. This was not an issue for me, just making anyone aware just Incase your making a money pass to maybe check battery before making that run, I do not have a professional shop, it’s my tinkering hobby that I love. I am strong considering buying a second One just for the convenience of having the multiple bits going and not having to stop & change things out. I only say this cause I think this highly of this lil beast.
I also regard it as safe--the shaft stops in a heartbeat when you shut it off. And the switch is well positioned to access when readying to turn it on for a task. Further, the dust collection is quite good--something that is really appreciated with a tool that naturally produces a lot of debris!! I first purchased a Makita 18 volt cordless router and, while ok, it pales in comparison. This is the only cordless router that I own and, really, the only one I want or need.