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Erbauer ERB380ROU 2100W Router 230-240V Product Code: 81664

Powerful router with pre-set plunge depth stop and fine depth adjustment for easy, precise cutting and shaping of different materials. Supplied with accessories, 3 router bits and carry case. Not suitable for use with a router table.


  • ¼" & ½" Collets
  • Variable Speed
  • Adjustable Parallel Fence
  • Dust Extraction Facility
  • Spindle Lock
  • Depth Adjustment
  • Lock-Off Switch
  • 16/30mm Guide Bush
  • Speed Control Dial


Max. plunge stroke: 50mm. No. load speed: 11,500-28,000rpm. Weight: 4.7kg. Includes Plug.
Additional Information
Technical Specification
  • Brand : Erbauer
  • Product Type : Router
  • Power Output (Watts/Kw) : 2100 W
  • Corded or Cordless : Corded
  • Total Product Weight : 4.7 kg
  • Model No : ERB380ROU
  • Pack Size : 1
  • Switch Type : Lock-Off Switch
  • Carrying Facility : Carry Case
  • No Load Speed : 11,500-28,000 rpm
  • Power Voltage Supply : 230-240 V
  • Carry Case/Bag Included : Yes
  • Manufacturer Guarantee : 2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)
  • Pieces in Pack/Case : 1
Product Contents
ERB380ROU, parallel guide, spanner, dust adaptor, centring pin with ring screw, 2 x guide bushes (16 and 30mm), 3 x router bits (straight, v-groove and round), router mat and carry case.
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Erbauer ERB380ROU 2100W Router 230-240V is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 220.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Router for the money This is the third router Iv purchased in the last 10 years or so and I must say, for the money I spent, this has to be the best one yet. Its well worth trying, and it comes with an array of attachments although I would recommend purchasing new router bits to use on this product if you want a professional finish.
Date published: 2017-11-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from As good as a top brand. Thought I’d give one of the little guys a chance and he’s come up trumps. Usually stick to big name brands like Makita or Bosch bits this router has performed to stone same standard as all the bigs names. Worth the money on every level. Would recommend to anyone.
Date published: 2017-09-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Erbauer Router Great bit of kit needed one as my trend router failed looked around for best price & feature checking it would work with my router jig, it even came with a jig bush & uses the pro 1/2'' bits. More thank happy with it also the fact that it has 2 year guarantee.
Date published: 2017-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Router Yes! Great bit of kit and I use lots of different tools for my job. I love the feel of it and it's very powerful. Recommend to anyone!
Date published: 2017-09-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor Used for 2 worktop joints started off great ,lovely to use but on the second miter bits of copper wire started to come out of the housing and router started vibrating.will return and get a makia
Date published: 2017-09-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Router Decision This is my first router so a little nervous of purchasing an item when I wanted a router that was great value and great quality but also offered and ease-of-use for the first time user I must say I have been very impressed by All the above and functionality and I would not hesitate in recommending this purchase to not only my friends but professional trade people with the added bonus of a great discount at Screwfix on the bank holiday weekend
Date published: 2017-08-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Needs improvement Bought this after reading first few pages of reviews. I decided to try it with the prospect of self fitting new oak kitchen worktops. I was concerned that my old router, rated at 1250 kw would not be up to the job. After collecting the new machine I tested it on some off cut oak. Firstly I needed to fit to 30mm guide bush for use with a kitchen worktops jig. The guide bush was very poorly made. It was out of shape and had a nick in it. I was perturbed to note that the overall diameter of the bush was in excess of 80mm. I searched the internet and no one but no one appears to make one of this size. The only commercially available ones are much smaller than this one. Therefore the possibility of finding a replacement or buying one of a different size is nil. I also noted that to fit the guide bush required inserting two countersunk bolts secured with tiny nuts through holes on the baseplate. There appeared to be quite a bit of play so that I couldn't be certain that the guide bush was properly centered. Fortunately I have an appropriated sized self cantering bit to ensure that it was. The holes in the base plate should really be threaded. Those small hex nuts are ridiculous. Anyway I persevered and fitted a good quality straight cutting blade albeit one that I had used on one joint previously. I began my test run which seemed to be going ok gradually taking a few millimetres at a time until the plunge seemed as if it would go no further and sadly quite a way before reaching the 40mm depth required to complete the cut through my oak. It appeared that the bellows type dust covers on the two legs were restricting the plunge action. It appeared that I would have to undo the cutter and lower it slightly in the shaft. I didn't like this solution fearing that the blade might not be so stable. That is when I hit the next problem. I could not get the blade out. It was stuck solid. I therefore re tightened it and set up somewhere where I could exert more downward pressure on the machine. With all my weight I managed to force the plunge down a bit further. Far enough to complete my cut. I then returned to the problem of removing the old blade and replacing it with a new one so that I could begin making the joints proper on my worktops. It was absolutely stuck solid. I removed the locking nut completely and pulled away with some pliers. Eventually it came out but sadly still encased in the collett. I sprayed penetrating oil all over the shaft and collett and left it to soak for a while. When I returned the blade with collett still attached into the shaft I screwed the lock nut loosely back on. Still the blade would not come out. I solved it by locking onto the blade with mole grips and repeatedly hitting the grips with a hammer. Far from ideal. I thought that as usual I must be very unlucky in buying a bad example out of a sea of good ones. I decided to take another look at the reviews but this time start on the back pages. Here I found many poor reviews many highlighting similar and differing problems. These reviews stretch back years yet nothing has been done by the company to remedy these problems. For the price this machine has the ability to be very good once a little bit more attention is paid to quality control. Come on Screwfix sort out the problems and you may have a winner here.
Date published: 2017-08-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good Router But Some Issues Product: Erbauer ERB380ROU 2100W Router (81664) Purchased: August 2015. It feels like a good product and typically cuts well but there is a tiny bit of lateral movement and that can really cause issues on worktops joints. Initial impressions are good and these include: a.) Good solid and heavy weight to the tool. b.) Collet adaptors for 1/4” and 1/2” is a bonus. c.) Soft start with induction motor with variable speed which is easy to use. d.) Quality flex (thickness and length) given. However some things were also immediately apparent: 1.) The dust extraction is a toy and a waste of space. Yes, it partially helps reduce dust but it also obscures you from being able to see your cutting even though it is transparent. 2.) The plunge guide is terrible and inherently flawed/defective. Its made of aluminium but the setting needle is steel and after a days adjustment the plunge guide is all pitted and you begin to find some movement. The plunge guide should be made of steel. You can also see the pitting happening in the video demonstration clip. 3.) The springs for adjusting the depth seem to jump when raising and lowering when setting the depth gauge. They seem a little firm (you can see this on the video clip) 4.) The jig guide and base of the router at times stick on the jig. It’s just not as smooth as you’d want it, but works most of the time without that experience. I’m off to see if I can get a steel replacement plunge guide or my money back from ScrewFix due to this issue. I hear I won't get a replacement guide because there are no spares for Erbauer. Here’s hoping ScrewFix's customer services is still as good.
Date published: 2017-08-21
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