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Craftsman 10'' Single Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw EXPIRED

mmarsha9 43 March 1, 2013 at 06:47 PM in Home & Home Improvement (2) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 03-03-2013 at 08:24 AM View Original Post
Sears has Craftsman 10'' Single Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw for $171 - $15 off with promo code SEARSTOOLS = $156 with free shipping. Thanks mmarsha9

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Been waiting for this saw to go back on sale. Sale price is $189.99, add any $10.01 filler to make total $200.00 and use Promo Code "SEARSTOOLS" and it will take an additional $35.00 off making it $154.99 Cool for Saw and 10.01 for whatever else you want. I ordered an extra 10 Inch saw blade for my filler.

Total Savings off saw is roughly $95.00!!!

http://www.sears.com/craftsman-10...ockType=G1

Can't wait to pick mine up tomorrow!!
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#3
It's actually $200 - $35 = $165. I didn't have an extra $10 off. Could that have been a promo?
Last edited by mswillis5 March 1, 2013 at 06:56 PM
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Well if you think about it, I bought a saw blade for 11.69 and the miter saw which is $189.99. So the saw is still 189.99 and I bought the blade to bring my total to a minimum of $200.00.

Order Date: 01-Mar-2013

Initial Subtotal:
$189.99
Tax:
$12.39
Your Savings:
$35.00
Total:
$167.38
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#5
this is a really solid saw for the price (whether you get it for $155, $165, or $189). i know many will flock to the HF Chicago Electric version of this - but do yourself a favor and read the reviews for the HF one.

i got this during the last Craftsman Club Week and have used it twice to cut molding.
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i prefer the dewalt
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Quote from timtim2008 View Post :
i prefer the dewalt
Nothing wrong with Dewalt, if I wanted to spend $400- $500, I would've bought one too. But you can't go wrong for a near perfect 5 Star Saw for the price.
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Quote from mmarsha9 View Post :
Nothing wrong with Dewalt, if I wanted to spend $400- $500, I would've bought one too. But you can't go wrong for a near perfect 5 Star Saw for the price.
only kidding (see pic)
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only kidding (see pic)
I would assume the wife didn't like that pic??? LOL EEK!
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#10
very tempting!! I've been looking at getting a miter but wanted a DeWalt...for what I need (or don't need it!) for, this would do the trick.
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Quote from rpearlberg View Post :
very tempting!! I've been looking at getting a miter but wanted a DeWalt...for what I need (or don't need it!) for, this would do the trick.

You can't go wrong, especially for the price! It also is rated high and my father has one a couple years older and his works great. Going to pick mine up today, just need to find another project to work on for my first cut.
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#12
The skill 12" goes on sale for under $140 once and a while. I got that one and im very happy with it.
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Quote from nizzy1115 View Post :
The skill 12" goes on sale for under $140 once and a while. I got that one and im very happy with it.
I looked at the Skill saw's too. Did you get the sliding one for $140???
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Some of the reviews are not good. Cheaply made and inaccurate. Would probably suffice for homeowner stuff, but any type of pro-use (me) I doubt it would hold up to. I did not thumb down the deal, just commenting. Craftsman used to be the go-to brand, but I suppose its really not all their fault. Home Depot and Walmart are destroying them.
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Quote from Fogmoose View Post :
Some of the reviews are not good. Cheaply made and inaccurate. Would probably suffice for homeowner stuff, but any type of pro-use (me) I doubt it would hold up to. I did not thumb down the deal, just commenting. Craftsman used to be the go-to brand, but I suppose its really not all their fault. Home Depot and Walmart are destroying them.
Valid points, I too have found some really top notch saws that a lot of pro's recommend and still have some bad reviews. I think it's fair to say that nowadays, it's difficult to find any product that some consumers just don't like for whatever the reason. I am by far no wood working pro, however, all the saws I researched had some bad reviews regardless of the brand or who sold them. For example, the Ryobi 10 Inch sliding Miter saw at Home Depot for $199.99 that has a total of 86 reviews and only has a 4 star rating. The problem I have with that saw is that any bad reviews were all the same issues, laser off, poor quality plastics, etc. The Craftsman one I purchased has 243 reviews yet still has a 4.5 star rating.

Again, for anyone who wants a above average Sliding Miter Saw for the price, you can't go wrong with this. If someone has a higher budget, then the game changes. I factor my evaluations not just based on the reviews, but also on the value of the product. Value takes into consideration, Cost, Quality, etc.

Thanks for not giving this a thumbs down though.
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