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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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#16
Yeah, you are usually going to have to spend at least 300 if you want a solid Miter saw...more like 500 for a good slider. Dewalt is pretty good, Delta used to be good not sure about today. I have never even used a laser; I am old school....lasers are for ;-)
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#17
got this a few weeks ago, I was waiting on a deal and pulled the trigger at $175, this is even better.

so far it has exceeded my expectations, very well built, smooth action, cuts well. one woodworking magazine gave this the best value for the money award.

and much better than the $200 home depot ryobi. you most certainly cant do anywhere near as good for under $300
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I got the HF Chicago version of this a few months back for $75 and even then hesitated because of alot of the reviews. But is there that much difference for double the price for basic molding? I planned to use it as a chop saw for flooring so I'm not too upset, just wondering if anyone has used both this and the HF version.
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I added the Deluxe Miter Stand for $116.99
http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_1015...916490000P

Total price for both is $306.98

The SEARSTOOLS coupon code is $35 off $200 or $60 off $300

Pre-tax checkout price of $246.98 for miter saw and rolling stand
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Quote from Evan55 View Post :
got this a few weeks ago, I was waiting on a deal and pulled the trigger at $175, this is even better.

so far it has exceeded my expectations, very well built, smooth action, cuts well. one woodworking magazine gave this the best value for the money award.

and much better than the $200 home depot ryobi. you most certainly cant do anywhere near as good for under $300
Glad to hear! Thanks for the feedback. So could someone tell me how a deal gets moved to the front page deals?

Quote from babydealshunter View Post :
I added the Deluxe Miter Stand for $116.99
http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_1015...916490000P

Total price for both is $306.98

The SEARSTOOLS coupon code is $35 off $200 or $60 off $300

Pre-tax checkout price of $246.98 for miter saw and rolling stand
I like that stand, but I am just going to put mine on a work bench for now. Maybe down the road. Glad everyone could take advantage of great deal.
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#21
I have this one and the biggest gripe I have is the plastic retention clip for the miter gauge (on the bottom). This will wear out with normal use sooner rather than later. As a comparison my 12" ridgid has metal parts and not plastic.
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Just purchased this for my husband last week and he loves it.
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#23
For a spring project, im planning on building a wooden gate and pergola. I already have the Ridgid X4 set that includes a circular saw. Do I need this?
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Quote from rbreding View Post :
I have this one and the biggest gripe I have is the plastic retention clip for the miter gauge (on the bottom). This will wear out with normal use sooner rather than later. As a comparison my 12" ridgid has metal parts and not plastic.
yeah that's the one thing that is really sucking with Craftsman stationary power tools these days. they switched over to plastic clips for nearly everything - from fence clips, to miter saw stand clamps, you name it...

on almost every Craftsman stationary power tool you will find people complaining how the plastic clip or clamp broke after just a few uses - and the part itself is a fortune to order. it really sucks how they have cheapened things out to the point where you almost need to buy the extended warranty if you don't want to be screwed later.

for the miter stand that i have, after a plastic clamp broke i basically just made my own to replace it. it was a b*tch but it works way better and i am thinking of making a few others now that i went through the trial and error of the 1st one.
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Quote from Medic311 View Post :
Quote from rbreding View Post :
I have this one and the biggest gripe I have is the plastic retention clip for the miter gauge (on the bottom). This will wear out with normal use sooner rather than later. As a comparison my 12" ridgid has metal parts and not plastic.
yeah that's the one thing that is really sucking with Craftsman stationary power tools these days. they switched over to plastic clips for nearly everything - from fence clips, to miter saw stand clamps, you name it...

on almost every Craftsman stationary power tool you will find people complaining how the plastic clip or clamp broke after just a few uses - and the part itself is a fortune to order. it really sucks how they have cheapened things out to the point where you almost need to buy the extended warranty if you don't want to be screwed later.

for the miter stand that i have, after a plastic clamp broke i basically just made my own to replace it. it was a b*tch but it works way better and i am thinking of making a few others now that i went through the trial and error of the 1st one.
This is a great saw for the price. Put a new blade on it, ignore the laser, and the fact that the dust bag will not catch a single grain of saw dust, and you'll have a saw that that compares to any high end ones. I bought this a year back and have used it for a few houses worth of trim and molding and can't be happier with my purchase.
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Quote from DlickSeals View Post :
I got the HF Chicago version of this a few months back for $75 and even then hesitated because of alot of the reviews. But is there that much difference for double the price for basic molding? I planned to use it as a chop saw for flooring so I'm not too upset, just wondering if anyone has used both this and the HF version.
The 12 inch double bevel is on sale for $129.99 currently
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Quote from Medic311 View Post :
yeah that's the one thing that is really sucking with Craftsman stationary power tools these days. they switched over to plastic clips for nearly everything - from fence clips, to miter saw stand clamps, you name it...

on almost every Craftsman stationary power tool you will find people complaining how the plastic clip or clamp broke after just a few uses - and the part itself is a fortune to order. it really sucks how they have cheapened things out to the point where you almost need to buy the extended warranty if you don't want to be screwed later.

for the miter stand that i have, after a plastic clamp broke i basically just made my own to replace it. it was a b*tch but it works way better and i am thinking of making a few others now that i went through the trial and error of the 1st one.
Shoot a pic or post it the replacement clip you made please .....
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#28
now its showing up on sale for $170. Now harder to justify "filler" for coupon
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Quote from Gooch25 View Post :
This is a great saw for the price. Put a new blade on it, ignore the laser, and the fact that the dust bag will not catch a single grain of saw dust, and you'll have a saw that that compares to any high end ones. I bought this a year back and have used it for a few houses worth of trim and molding and can't be happier with my purchase.
FWIW, ive found the laser to be more accurate than the laser on any other power tool Ive used.
Still not hard to just lower the blade to see where it hits though.

the blade that comes with the saw isnt too bad. its a solid 60t carbide blade.
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i prefer the dewalt
I have the Dewalt. I love it but hate it when taking to job site. It's too heavy for a slider!
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