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1... Can't speak on what you have available to you.. no experience w/ any of the equipment...
2... Add trade show demos, 30 day buy backs, returns for no reason, factory quality control failures or any other reason you can come up w/...
the buy back program...
somebody buys a Bosch router or for that matter any Bosch tool and uses to do their project..
they return it when they finish (real cheap rental) or abuse it or or or or before the 30 days is up... (this happens a lot)..
all those tools go to a recon center here in the US and are completely over hauled and sent back out to be sold...
3... for decades (almost 4) I have bought Bosch recons as 1st choice and never once have I had an issue..
FWIW... Bosch CS/TS hands down is absolutely outstanding...

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I'm a commercial operation...
and I own A LOT of Bosch...
FWIW.. Milwaukee tools is the same way or at least they use to be..
lost touch w/ them since their take over...
My VOE says PC should rank in there w/ your line of thinking...
Agrred Stick however PC has made some less durable lines as well as milwaukee DW to cater to the Box stores. IME Hilti and Bosch ae great products only down side to Hilti is cost but I bought a hammer drill one day had it on tailgate pulled out realized I forgot it backed right over it. Guy at store had a new one waiting as I walked in with the aftermath. I was amazed that a it was no hassle replace and b i wasnt the first person to do that there. As far as Recon tools I purchase a lot of my milwaukee stuffs recon they offer same warranty as new most time it was like you said demo model, or trade show. Some buyback most time they look and function perfect worse thing I had was a couple scratches on a tool once nothing more than cosmetic.

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