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Confusion over TRA001 router models 2000w or 2400w?

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I'm looking at buying this router. Does anyone know what the deal is with the w number?

I can see them on sale as either 2000w or 2400w and some places are telling me the 2400w is also 2000w at the same time? So im really confused.


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I look at the amp ratings when I am considering purchasing a power tool.

Triton site states this is a 2400W.

The US sites state 15Amp.

This is a big router. In this particular case, consider this is one of the most powerful hand held routers on the market.
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