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Ryobi 15 Amp 10" Sliding Miter Saw w/ Laser EXPIRED

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This Miter Saw with Laser has earned 4.4 stars overall (out of possible 5) based on 276 Home Depot customer reviews.

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Must resist....Wife will use this on me if I buy it....
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If you only need if for household purposes, I'd go with the Ryobi. Even if you assume the HF is of comparable quality (dubious at best), 12" is overkill for home use. You'll end up saving a good chunk of money buying 10" blades, as opposed to 12". And since the 10" is a slider, it can likely cut any dimension you're likely to encounter.


I've got a 10" Hitachi (non-slider) that I picked up for about $25 less than this deal. When I saw this posted I began to regret my purchase, but ultimately think I made the right decision. I don't need the extra capacity that the sliding function brings, and the Hitachi is quite compact. Saving space and money trumps having a cool feature that I don't need. I think the same logic applies to your decision, the 12" is probably more than you need.
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I bought this exact saw on BF two years ago and it came with the free stand for $169. This is easily one of the best purchases I have made. The fact this it slides allows you to make the longer cuts you need on 2x6's and up. Having the ability to slide out basically removes the need for a 12" saw like you used to need to make those cuts.

I've used this saw for 4 different laminate wood floor installs, building a chicken coop and several trim jobs as well as cutting limbs into campfire lengths. It has plenty of power and is built with great quality.

The only issue I have with it is the laser. It lines up about 1/8" off the blade, so you can't put the light on your line to cut. IMO this makes the laser worthless. I have not looked into adjusting it or anything.

Being a big name like Ryobi and having Home Depot's return policy, I would absolutely recommend you buy this. If for some reason its not for you, you can simply return in.
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Still $199 here, but I was able to get a customer rep apply the discount after placing the order.
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Our community has rated this post as helpful. If you agree, why not rep polly.wog?
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Sweet! That's a great deal! Note that sale doesn't start until tomorrow.
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very good deal. thanks!
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is this a good saw?
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is this a good saw?
It's not a bad saw at all. Yes there are better ones that cost more but this one will be able to handle most projects being a slider and all
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It's not a bad saw at all. Yes there are better ones that cost more but this one will be able to handle most projects being a slider and all
awesome. I was just in the store and I looks like a pretty good saw.. sounds like it's Perfect for me.. homeowner DIY 'er
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Just bought one to replace my Crastfman version. The craftsman is garbage that is always off a degree or two on a basic crosscut. It's been very frustrating. Hopefully this one does a better job.
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is this a good saw?
Great bang for the buck. I have this saw and it was a huge upgrade from my old basic 10" craftsman non-slider. Yeah it's homeowner grade, but you're not going to get anything else this nice for this price. I put mine on a ridgid folding stand when they were on sale for $99.

I paid $149 for this saw during a post xmas sale a couple years ago, this is a fantastic deal.
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It's not a bad saw at all. Yes there are better ones that cost more but this one will be able to handle most projects being a slider and all
Anyone who how the harbor freight 12" slider would compare to this WRT quality for household purposes only?
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Awesome deal. In for one and I was hours away from pulling the trigger on a 7 1/4" Craftsman Slider I saw on eBay.
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will I need to buy a stand for this? if so, any recommendations for a very casual diy'er?
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