Why spend $60 when you can build it for $30...
Okay, so I could have bought a Long Ranger remote dust collection switch for $60, but I wanted something I could use for both 110v and 220v machines. I had a 25 amp heavy duty 3 pole contactor lying around from another project, and though about using the cheap $19 remote controlled outlets to operate it. I found a remote switch on ebay that was a little simpler setup, and the result is below.
The box is a small breaker box, it wasn't my first choice, but it works. The outlet is divided into two sides, one is switch A, the 'big' switch, and the other is an auxiliary switch that will run my radio. This makes use of the two switches on the remote.
The power cord is an old air conditioner extension cord I had laying around, I will probably make a custom length cord when I figure out where best to mount it.