|Item Weight||8.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15 x 13 x 8 inches|
|Item model number||PR20EVSK|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 Year Repair or Replacement of Parts|
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Bosch PR20EVSK Colt Palm Grip 5.6 Amp 1-Horsepower Fixed-Base Variable-Speed Router with Edge Guide
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- Variable-speed palm-grip router kit; soft-start and quick-lock systems
- 5.6 amp motor with 15,000 - 35,000 rpm; depth adjustment system and finger support pockets
- Aluminum construction and soft-grip
- Includes palm router, drop-forged collet and shaft wrenches, collet, fixed base, straight-edge guide, case
- 11.8 pounds; 1-year warranty
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Includes router, guide, case, base, collets, and shaft wrenches. View larger.
Rubber over-molded grip allows for stable, one-handed operation. View larger.
The PR20EVSK owes its robust performance to a 1.0-horsepower (the highest rating for small routers), 5.6-amp motor that spins at a variable speed of 16,000 to 35,000 RPM and has a soft-start that reduces startup torque. Additionally, depth adjustment is simple with the PR20EVSK: just align and lower the motor and then lock the router in position with the clamping level. Micro-fine adjustments are equally effortless thanks to the wheel on the back of the router's base.
To help you match the correct speed to the job, the included instruction manual features a chart showing the speed of each dial position, along with a list of the routing tasks that each setting may be used for.
User-Friendly Features for Flexibility, Comfort, and Reliability
This user-friendly tool offers simple, straightforward operation. First, the collect accepts standard 1/4-inch bits to give you job flexibility, with an impressive maximum diameter of 1-5/16 inch. For added convenience, a front spindle lock on the motor means easy, one-wrench bit changes, but a shaft wrench is also included for those who prefer to use two wrenches.
In addition, the speed dial is conveniently mounted on top of the tool body for easy access. An added bonus, the motor housing has a palm-shaped, rubber over-molded grip that allows for stable, one-handed operation. Finally, weighing about three pounds, the PR20EVSK offers a surprisingly rugged aluminum fixed base that's durable, solid, and reliable.
Constant Response Circuitry for Stable Motor Speed
This model includes Bosch's "Constant Response" circuitry, which monitors and maintains speed under load for consistent performance and overload protection. Constant Response works by detecting tough loads and then increasing power to maintain the selected RPM. Working with stable speed lets you concentrate on controlling the router, so you'll always make clean, burn-free cuts.
Additionally, a quick-clamp system allows the motor to be easily adjusted and moved from base to base. For further convenience, an angled cord exit keeps the router's cord safely out of your work area.
The PR20EVSK comes with a one-year warranty.
What's in the Box
Router, straight edge guide, carrying case, fixed base, 1/4-inch self-releasing collet, drop-forged collet, shaft wrenches, and instruction manual.
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Top Customer Reviews
As with many tools out today, the manufactors have a reason for suppling instructions for use. Small procedures left out in operation which result in poor results are often blamed on the tool.
Like the old saying goes, " If you make it idiot proof, they just make a better idiot." Buy this tool and you can not go wrong when it is used for what it was intended.
Making hinge morteses is a snap because the router doesn't grab or try to move off track. You can use the edge guide to help you make the mortese straight. All of the cutting so far has been in red oak and oak vineer plywood. It performs well in both.
The bits are easy to change, and the depth is easy to set. A well thought out tool and well worth the price. I use it all the time in my shop now. I wouldn't be without it.
Here's what I like:
1. The soft start feature is nice, and I like having variable speed.
2. The router is comfortable to hold.
3. Cutting depth adjustments (once you figure it out-see below) are easy and accurate (especially compared to the PC laminate trimmer.
4. The router has enough oomph to do what I need it to do. It's not a full sized router nor do I expect it to behave like one.
What I don't (didn't) like, and what I did to make it work for me:
1. The spindle lock is, well, not very good. It's very difficult to hold the lock in place while loosening the collet. Using a small wrench to hold the spindle is the way to go (see other posts).
2. The base locking mechanism didn't seem to work at first...the depth of cut kept slipping. Then I noticed you need to twist the router in its base into the locked position (marked on the housing). If you do this, the depth does not slip.
3. Inserting the router motor in the base is a pain. The small pin in the base needs to align with the slot in the motor housing. The action of installing the motor in the base seems "wrong"...it's not a smooth action and feels like it needs to be forced. By adjusting the locking lever (loosen it) and by paying attention to the locations of pin and slot, I'm almost used to the operation. Maybe after another 100 or so insertions it will be smoother.
4. The square base that comes with the router is too small and it won't take a routing collar. Spend the $10 on the round base...it makes using the router much more pleasant.Read more ›
The first problem and still never resolved was also mentioned by R. Lock "elak57" on an Aprils 20, 2006 review. It has to do with not having the bit perfectly 90deg to the base. Very important for morticing with a guide - the bit kept hitting the guide and took a lot of fussing to work.
Second to go out was the stop lock for the bit change . It just kept slipping making loosing the bit a bear. Dangerously I would just not tighten it down so much so I could get it out later. We got a new tool and have not had this problem yet but the new too...
Third started running erratically. It seamed there was a short at the speed control or at the supply coming into the tool? Sent it back.
Fourth the box is the same size as the jigsaw box. Great right, lots of extra storage, bits and bases. Sure if the router would fit with a bit in it!!! You have to reset the base to its lowest position to fit. And in a hurry I grabbed the wrong box (not really the fault of bosch. dough.)
I LOVE the feel and power of this tool, it has done miles of round overs and freehand mortices but I will go back to my porter cable because this tool has cost so much more in wasted time than 10 porter cable trim routers and the last one we had is 2 years and going.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great little router and comes with a case and en edge guide. Have have bought three of these from Amazon. One for me and two for gifts. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Rob
I never really saw the need for a big dedicated router. I don't have any big bench tools like a table saw, a planer, or a band saw, but the hand tools I do have are some the finest... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Bjoerk
portable and easier to use in hand. I leave my full size in the router table.Published 26 days ago by Daniel
Great with a flush bit to cut laminate and pine trim and worked excellent with a 1/4" round over bit.Published 1 month ago by Hunter
My first time using a router. Using a Yonico bit with a guide bearing. I easily made a straight line on my first try. Soft start & automatic variable speed features are very nice. Read morePublished 1 month ago by RoadWearier