HiKOKI launches the M3612DA 36V cordless router

Cordless router

HiKOKI Power Tools has launched another cordless world first with the announcement of its M3612DA 36V brushless router. Whether it’s grooving, bevelling, cutting, copying or engraving, with the HiKOKI cordless router, buttery-smooth shape cutting into timber materials has never been easier.

The M3612DA 36V router is powered by HiKOKI’s ground-breaking 36V Multi Volt batteries, delivering the shunt, grunt and high cutting performance you would normally expect from a mains-powered tool. What’s more, thanks to the Multi Volt battery, you can now work anywhere – including building sites where mains power is not available or not allowed. A high efficiency brushless motor rounds off this must-have tool for woodworkers and the trade.

Easy to operate, the router does not hang around with a fast-cutting speed. Compact and lightweight, HiKOKI has packed the tool with a high specification. With a collet chuck capacity of ½in, its main body stroke is 50mm and it weighs 3.8kg, giving the user a sure and powerful feel when in use. It also comes with a wrench, straight guide, dust collector set, template guide and ½in and ¼in collet chucks – all backed by an outstanding five-year warranty subject to terms and conditions.

Following hot on the heels of another HiKOKI industry first, the cordless portable rebar cutter/bender, the M3612DA 36V cordless router also fulfils the promises made by HiKOKI that it will be bringing innovation and world class technology into the marketplace, as it has done throughout its 70-year history.

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