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The temperatures are dropping and you’ve started getting out the winter clothes, but did you ever think about your poor router feeling the chill? JessEm has your router covered with their Rout-R-Jacket… oh wait, it’s not that kind of jacket? Let’s try this again.

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Unless you have a fully enclosed router table, collecting all the dust you produce can be hard. About a year ago we covered the Dust Bucket, a sheet metal box that encloses your router to catch the dust. JessEm’s Rout-R-Jacket is a similar type of enclosure, except it’s made out of fabric.

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JessEm designed the Rout-R-Jacket to fit their own router stands, which measure about 26″ wide by 22″deep. The jacket fits over the legs of the stand and zips up on each corner. Around the outside of the jacket JessEm provides pockets to store all of your router accessories and collect wrenches. To connect to your dust collection system they provide a 4″ fitting on the bottom and a 2-1/2″ fitting on the side.

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You’ll pay $150 for JessEm’s Rout-R-Jacket before tax and shipping.

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8 Responses to Is Your Router Feeling Cold?

  1. Kris says:

    The tool pockets are nice, but 150 clams? Seems like a stiff tariff to me.

  2. Old Coot says:

    For $150.00, a lingerie model must install it and return often to clean it. Sheeze! You can get a decent size/quality camping tent for that kind of money; like this one, for example: http://www.amazon.com/Peaktop-Family-Camping-Persons-Bedroom/dp/B0024D7LSK

  3. Rusty says:

    Yeah I don’t get it. For $20 you could just make a plywood enclosure, probably less if you had some leftover material.

  4. dreamcatcher says:

    When will this “build your own” router table craziness end. I have said it before and I will continue to make the stance that tool companies need to develop and sell complete integrated, purpose built “table routers” just like they make table saws.

    I bet you’re looking at $700 in assembled router table and accessories in that photo. An what do you get? A flimsy stamped steel stand, a particle board top and fence, a cordura blanket, and a few overpriced aluminum extrusions.

  5. dreamcatcher says:

    I just looked it up and actually that picture depicts $1310.00 of JessEm product!

    Oh, yeah…..then you still got to buy the router.


  6. Rusty says:

    “I will continue to make the stance that tool companies need to develop and sell complete integrated, purpose built “table routers” just like they make table saws.”

    You mean, like, um, shapers?

  7. murph3899 says:

    Contractors trashbag and a handfull of neodynium magnets. Done.

  8. dreamcatcher says:


    While to the untrained eye they may seem very similar, anyone who has used both knows quite well that a shaper is not a router table nor vice versa.

    I know what I said and meant it well.


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