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MyNeighborElHoardo 840 306 June 14, 2016 at 10:19 PM in Tools (5) More Lowe's Deals
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Promoted 06-15-2016 by Randy71 at 09:56 AM View Original Post
Lowes.com has a couple of Miter Saws on sale for the prices listed below. Shipping is free or select free store pickup. Thanks MyNeighborElHoardo

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Edited June 15, 2016 at 07:46 AM by wuzzy
One day deal at Lowe's on the Kobalt 7-1/4-in 9-Amp Bevel Sliding Laser Compound Miter Saw for $79. Looks like it matches previous deals from last year on the same saw.

http://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-7-...aw/3512783

There's also the Hitachi 10-in 15-Amp Bevel Compound Miter Saw for $99, again matching previous deals, which is a weekly deal.

http://www.lowes.com/pd/Hitachi-1...aw/1005467

Personally I'm not sure which I'll be picking up but both seem well liked.
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#3
Why get a 7-1/4" sliding compound miter saw versus a 10"?
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Dead? showing $139 for the Hitachi.
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Quote from polly.wog View Post :
Why get a 7-1/4" sliding compound miter saw versus a 10"?
Cost for features, and the blades are cheap too.

But yeah, I have the 10" Hitachi nod
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Quote from polly.wog View Post :
Why get a 7-1/4" sliding compound miter saw versus a 10"?
The blades are cheaper, and it is easier to port around. The 10" is more expensive to buy and own... however, my sliding 10" can cut a 2x12, which is an enormous plus. The 10" for $99 is not sliding though.

Great price on a well reviewed saw, if you are looking for 7.25".

Not dead on my screen, both available at the quoted price.
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Last edited by ten80 June 15, 2016 at 12:52 AM
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Quote from sfgiants200 View Post :
Dead? showing $139 for the Hitachi.
Try another zip, you can do the parcel free shipping.
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$79.00 Was $129.00
SAVE 38% thru 06/15/2016

Apply Lowe's $10 off $50 Promo Code
Final price = $69


http://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-7-...aw/3512783

Ideal for moulding and framing cuts, this Kobalt 9-amp sliding compound miter saw delivers 5,000-RPM of power. Positive miter and bevel stops provide accurate placement of most-used angles. The tall aluminum fence provides plenty of support, while a clamp stabilizes the material during miter, bevel and compound cuts. The vertically-mounted laser guide projects an accurate pre-cut line for precise alignment and increased accuracy. The die-cast aluminum construction means the saw is lightweight and easy to move from storage to the jobsite.
9-amp motor delivers up to 5,000-RPM for a variety of applications
Accepts 7-1/4-in blade
45° left and right miters and 45° bevel for added versatility
Tall, die-cast aluminum fence gives support during setup and cutting
3-year limited warranty
Dual slide rail system with linear bearings allows for smooth and accurate operation
Spindle lock allows for safe blade changes
Vertically-mounted laser guide projects accurate pre-cutting line for precise alignment, and a 1-1/4-in dust collection port works with a standard wet/dry vacuum
Maximum crosscut up to 2-in x 8-in, ideal for moulding and framing cuts
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Last edited by sarge1238 June 15, 2016 at 04:58 AM
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I have had this kobalt for almost 3 years. I love it. I also have a larger chop saw, but this little guy is used most of the time instead. Its much lighter, and it is not often im cutting a board that is larger than its cut capacity. The laser kinda works, but I dont really rely on it.
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Link??
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http://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-7-...aw/3512783

Heck of a deal! 4.5+ out of 5 stars with 209 reviews. I'd buy one if I didn't already have a Hitachi.

I've found their tools to be good and inexpensive.
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Last edited by Lakee911 June 15, 2016 at 05:00 AM
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Hmmm....this kobalt or the 10" Hitachi that's $99 ( can use $20 off $100 to get it at $80).

http://m.lowes.com/pd/Hitachi-10-...aw/1005467
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I own the 12" version of the hitachi and it is a great saw.
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Quote from wanderlai View Post :
Hmmm....this kobalt or the 10" Hitachi that's $99 ( can use $20 off $100 to get it at $80).

http://m.lowes.com/pd/Hitachi-10-...aw/1005467 [lowes.com]
It depends on whether you need the sliding function or not. The Hitachi has a larger blade and can handle taller lumber but does not slide while the Kobalt has a smaller blade but slides and is better for trim and shorter but wide lumber.
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