R2400 Trim Router Review
One of the easiest trim routers to hold is the Ridgid R2400, a heavy-duty variable speed tool with electronic feedback for consistent speed and power and a very nice fence
This router excelled in many ways, but its flaws were hard to ignore. It has a sturdy metal base, a smooth soft start, a ball-bearing guide, and the second-best fence after the Festool. Although I would have preferred the rounded top to be flat, the small diameter of the housing made it one of the easiest machines to hold. Unfortunately, the small baseplate had a crown in it that made the machine wobble while making cuts. Also, the fine adjustment function didn’t work well enough to be useful, and removing the motor from the base to change bits was a hassle.