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Good news for all who own the Bosch Colt trim routers; Bosch will soon be releasing a new plunge base. I was not given the date they would be available but they are on the way.

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Hi Mike

Thanks for the info it's about time I love that little router, SLP ?? (price)

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No pricing yet BJ; the information came from Bosch national customer care. I will update when they get me the info.

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I'm watching for that too.

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That's good news! Thanks for the heads up!

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One more thing I NEED to get.
Thanks for the heads up,
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Awesome, Mike! I sure like mine as it is; all it's been missing is plunge capability!!

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Good news! I had sent Bosch a note awhile back about them letting the competition get ahead of them.
Look forward to seeing it.
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Default Single handed plunge?

I hope that the plunge can be used single handed. Most plunge bases change the small router into a two handed affair. For doing detail work the plunge action could be very shallow and internalized in such a way as to allow you to grip the Colt like you do now. If it puts handles way outboard of the router and you have to use 2 hands, you might as well just go for your mid-sized router.
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