Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 3
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Finn Consider expendable
For a $20 power tool, it helps to be realistic. The spring holding the button to lock the collet came off as soon as I picked up the tool, so had to use tape to hold on before it had even been used. The base has to be taken on and off each time the bit is changed and is not machined well, so a bit of a hassle. That said, I had two doors I needed to cut out of drywall. This did the trick and they look great. If you use regularly, spring for the roto-zip. If you need to do a quick, small job and don't mind the hassle, this will work.
July 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DrywallRyan Good drywall router
I hang a lot of drywall and this is the perfect cheap router to have. Snagged it on sale and it's perfect for doing those outlet and light cutouts. Came with the belt handle broken and no instruction manual, but it didn't really matter, Best of all it's corded so there are no dead batteries to deal with. Great cheap router, no sense paying like 80 buck for a rotozip. Nice simple tool that does what it's supposed to do and doesn't try to do more than it can do well. Comes with 2 different bit attachments to do two different bit sizes- I use the smaller one for doing outlets.
February 7, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Emmy Bit too big
I bought this on sale for doing drywall cutouts. It worked well except the bit is too wide. It produced too much dust. And it would not hold smaller bits. It is also very heavy.
December 26, 2012