Craftsman 12 in. Dual Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw $339.99 (Reg. $600) + Free Store Pickup - Sears
Craftsman 12 in. Dual Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw $339 (Reg. $600) + Free Store Pickup ~ Sears
Sears has the Craftsman 12 in. Dual Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw on sale for $399.99 (craftsman club price, free to join), adding code SEARSTOOLS takes an additional $60 off, bringing the total down to $339.99. The regular price is $599.99. Store pickup is free, or have it shipped free with SYWM.
•Linear bearing rail slide system allows for accurate cuts up to 12 in. wide boards
•Upfront bevel lock allows for bevel angle changes without reaching behind unit
•Quick cam miter lock for upfront locking of all miter angles
•Tall sliding fences provide extra work support on both sides of blade for crown molding, baseboard cutting
•Front mounted Laser Trac™ System - projects a laser accurate pre-alignment line on workpiece for precise miter,bevel, crosscuts and compound cuts
•Telescoping solid extension tables on both sides of blade with built-in stop blocks for repetitive cuts
•Powerful 15 Amp Motor, 4200 RPM (no-load speed), provides the power needed for heavy duty jobs
•12 in. diameter 60-tooth Carbide Tip Saw Blade, stays sharp and makes clean cuts
•Miter cuts up to 47° degrees Left & Right, and 60° Right - 10 Positive Stops 0°,15°,22.5°,31.6°,45° (L & R), 60° (R)
•Dual Bevel capacity cuts up to 47° degrees left & right, 5 Positive stops at 0°,33.9° and 45° (L & R)
•Includes hold down clamp, dust bag, blade wrench and owner's manual
I posted this awhile back for $5 more and it received a fair amount of attention.
Not everyone needs a miter saw this big, but for a name brand 12" sliding dual bevel this is a good price.
No idea why this isn't more popular here. Craftsman "Professional" miter saws are pretty good and this is a very good price.
Any idea how it compares to the Dewalt DWS780?
Yes, curious how these compare with the "big" names like Dewalt, Delta, Hitachi, Milwaukee, etc. I've heard that Craftsman tools aren't what they used to be. I have a Hitachi 12" so I don't need one anyway, but I'm interested to know!
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