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Not sure how often I would use this, but it sure looks like it would be handy when I needed it.
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Everything I have in Bosch has been real work horse...
great longevity and better CS/TS...
there's no reason to suspect this tool will be any different..
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Everything I have in Bosch has been real work horse...
great longevity and better CS/TS...
there's no reason to suspect this tool will be any different..
Agreed, the 1 thing that makes me hesitate is it adds another charging station, to the 3 I already have.
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Agreed, the 1 thing that makes me hesitate is it adds another charging station, to the 3 I already have.
I have the full complement of Bosch 12V and only use one charger to keep up...

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Looks like it would be convenient for sign making. No cord to futz with. Clear plastic base which makes it even better. Odd shape and I notice it's being held by the open throat--too close to a spinning blade to suit me.

The more I do, the less I accomplish.
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Very interesting tool, I bet it goes over big, you don't have to hunt for a current bush either, to charge just plug into the cigarette lighter outlet.
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12Volts will need impossible 100AMPS to get to 1200Watts
Will be a waste of money.

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Will be a waste of money.
if it was DeWalt...

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if it was DeWalt...
Dewalt MADE IN USA with 3 years warranty
Bosch router now Assembled in Mexico with parts from Communist China. (used to be made in USA). Usually only 1 year warranty. 2 years warranty in AU.

Dewalt, Makita only makes 18V trim routers.
Bosch 12V should be called "a rotary tool" just like the Dremel (also owned by Bosch)

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you clearly lack Bosch VOE...

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