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|04-12-2013 07:36 AM|
anyone else get one thats not square? very annoying, I ruined a lot of wood before I realized it.
I had to return mine.
they couldnt give me a refund since I used paypal to pay, ( ) but the refund on the giftcard turned out to be for the list $250 price.
since im stuck buying sears now I just hope the next one I buy is square
|03-04-2013 05:37 AM|
You receive a plastic Id (as with grocery or other patron-ids, you get two key-fob ids and one CC size). This must be presented at checkout -- no just matching your phone number when you lack your Id.
You then begin getting a monthly flyer with the coupons inside; it takes a month for the flyer to start arriving by the last week of the preceding month. Coupons are good from receipt until the last day of their month. [My first flyer arrived the afternoon of the 31st and became obsolete that night!]
Member-offers require the coupon be presented at checkout (as opposed to accepting your Id and automatically crediting the coupon -- [I]snarl[/I ]. The would leave you scrod for the first month except that you can print out the coupons on their internet page. (They said it may take 24 hours for your membership to be recognized.)
I'm unsure I'll need the membership after one year, but it's helped me stock-up with a lot of tools I'll only use lightly.
|03-04-2013 02:47 AM|
|03-04-2013 01:54 AM|
I also want to buy this one, how to become a member? I saw $170 in website
|03-03-2013 11:32 PM|
Price is up to $224.xx now. (Product info page still shows the $170.99 price, but it jumps up when added to your cart).
|03-03-2013 08:26 PM|
|03-03-2013 08:17 PM|
sliders have dramatically higher cut capacity.
a 10" slider is the sweet spot. plenty of cut capacity, and its light enough for most people to move it around easily.
7" sliders are good too, almost as much capacity as a 10" slider.
12" sliders are monsters that are just way too heavy to be easily portable.
|03-03-2013 06:10 PM|
|fourml8r||if ur a homeowner and are only going to buy one miter saw you would be much better off with a high quality FIXED (Non-sliding) miter saw. Fixed saws are much more accurate and craftsman tools are not that great to being with. Their quality has dropped dramatically over the years.|
|03-03-2013 05:58 PM|
Without being insulting, I would agree with you.
|03-03-2013 05:56 PM|
|johnkubik||Finally can finish my robot.|
|03-03-2013 05:40 PM|
i was on the purchase-confirmation page for this when I checked the Harbor Freight email (for those who are "members"). The HF '12" Double-Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw with Laser Guide ' is $130 this month (again, maybe just for members), and the reviews are enthusiastic (though several suggest the alignments should be adjusted).
In its day, Craftsman would have been a selling point, but today? Meh... 'think I'll go HF instead.
|03-03-2013 05:03 PM|
|liquidiq||Thanks OP, added a saw blade and applied my Shop Your Way Rewards points (recently got $10 in free points for registering a CC) for a total of $166.26 after tax.|
|03-03-2013 04:09 PM|
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|03-03-2013 02:52 PM|
|sensia||I did quit a bit of research on sliding miter saw. Eventually bought a 7 1/2 inch sliding saw from Lowes see here . It is more than enough required for me. Best part, I can swap blades between my circular saw and miter saw. And it is accurate as well.|
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