the only thing I know about the Triton, is that I would like to have one, but cannot afford it. But what I have seen some of the guys say, is that it has a built-in collet-locking mechanism, which only works in a particular position. You may be having problems related to that mechanism. If possible, upload photos (you can do so if the photos are on your own PC), showing clearly the position of the collet in relation to the base of the router at the sticking point, and if possible, the collet itself. One of the guys who have the same machine, will be able to advise. BTW, from “a few years ago” there may have been a model change - specify which one you have (TAsomething).
As far as the Bosch goes, it would be most unusual to find a dud straight out of the box. First thing to check, is whether the plug is actually making contact with the wall socket. If it has a Shuko-style plug, they sometimes give problems in that regard. If you have one of those contactless voltage testers, you may be able to see whether there is voltage on the Power cord when plugged in and switched on 9or even switched off, for that matter). If nothing, suspect the plug-socket contact. If there is voltage, you either need to wait until end of lockdown and take it to Bosch Service (I don’t know where you live, but the guys at the Service Centre at 35 Roper St in Jhb are very helpful), or be prepared to take the machine apart yourself. But before you do that, rotate the speed selector (red knob on one side of the case towards the top) a few times, in case the pot has become gundged up.