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DEWALT 20-Volt Max Lithium-Ion 7-1/4 in. Cordless Miter Saw ($239.99)

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20-Volt Max Lithium-Ion 7-1/4 in. Cordless Miter Saw
I found this miter saw on clearance for $239.99

http://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWALT.../205983654

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The DEWALT DCS361M1 Miter Saw allows you to take a Miter Saw just about anywhere you can go. No need to lug around generators or extension cords with this DEWALT cordless miter saw. Includes DCB200 20-Volt Max Battery, DCB112 12-Volt - 20-Volt Max Charger, carbide blade, user's guide, blade wrench and material clamp.
Utilizes a 20-Volt Max battery pack (DCB204) which provides on average, 183 cuts of 2 in. x 4 in. pine or 275 cuts of 3-1/4 in. pine baseboard
Integrated XPS cross cut positioning system provides adjustment free cut line indication for better accuracy and visibility
Capacity to cup up to 3-5/8 in. nested crown and 3-1/2 in. base vertically, will cut 2 x 8 lying flat
Adjustable stainless steel miter detent plate with 10 positive stops improves productivity and ensures cutting accuracy
Oversized bevel scale makes bevel angle adjustments accurate and easy
Compact, lightweight design (30 lbs.) allows for easy transport and storage
Cam lock miter handle delivers quick and accurate miter angles
Precise miter system and machined base fence support optimize durability and cutting accuracy
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Ymmv would be my guess.
yup... and the first line of the OP confirms.....................
"First post go easy....YMMV"

thanks for letting us know again though Wink
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Great price for this saw, which seems to be $350 everywhere else. Note that Home Depot clearance deals are almost always in-store only with varied pricing and the website won't accurately reflect availability or price.

If you are not already invested in the DeWalt tool line-up, you may want to consider the Ridgid option. It has a bigger battery, is lighter weight, gets more cuts, hasa brushless motor and lifetime coverage which includes batteries. https://slickdeals.net/f/9810311-rigid-brushless-cordless-sliding-miter-saw-169-home-depot-b-m-ymmv?v=1&src=SiteSearch
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Maybe you should thank yourself and ask OP to put in title.
or maybe you could actually help the OP, who said it's his first post, and read a bit more than the title only... then provide some feedback, to him, letting him know it would help people like yourself that don't actually read the OP that a "YMMV" should be in the title.

but, by all means, read the title of a thread, don't read the OP, and comment in the thread restating what the OP said in the first line.
keep up the good work champ.
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Ymmv would be my guess.
Amazing guess...since he said it in the first line of the original post. smh
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Great price for this saw, which seems to be $350 everywhere else. Note that Home Depot clearance deals are almost always in-store only with varied pricing and the website won't accurately reflect availability or price.

If you are not already invested in the DeWalt tool line-up, you may want to consider the Ridgid option. It has a bigger battery, is lighter weight, gets more cuts, hasa brushless motor and lifetime coverage which includes batteries. https://slickdeals.net/f/9810311-rigid-brushless-cordless-sliding-miter-saw-169-home-depot-b-m-ymmv?v=1&src=SiteSearch
But Ridgid Suuuuuuucks. a bigger battery, but lower quality cells. Lighter because it's cheap, low quality garbage. Add a flexvolt battery to this Dewalt and you're cutting all day with a quality, precision, smooth saw. Actually try the two and the Dewalt win hands down.
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But Ridgid Suuuuuuucks. a bigger battery, but lower quality cells. Lighter because it's cheap, low quality garbage. Add a flexvolt battery to this Dewalt and you're cutting all day with a quality, precision, smooth saw. Actually try the two and the Dewalt win hands down.
Considering your considerable track record of hating on everything Ridgid regardless of your experience with it, that criticism should be taken with a huge grain of salt and your Flexvolt battery idea will add at least $150 to the cost of this saw.
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Great price for this saw, which seems to be $350 everywhere else. Note that Home Depot clearance deals are almost always in-store only with varied pricing and the website won't accurately reflect availability or price.

If you are not already invested in the DeWalt tool line-up, you may want to consider the Ridgid option. It has a bigger battery, is lighter weight, gets more cuts, hasa brushless motor and lifetime coverage which includes batteries. https://slickdeals.net/f/9810311-rigid-brushless-cordless-sliding-miter-saw-169-home-depot-b-m-ymmv?v=1&src=SiteSearch
I found both the DeWalt and Ridgid in store for clearance pricing.

I went with the Ridgid not for the price but because it bevels to both sides. The price did help, but for 239 the DeWalt is also a great saw AND it gets you into their cordless lineup. Im a Milwaukee guy myself, but Milwaukees cordless miter is just too big and expensive (I have a corded 12" Bosch for the really big stuff)

The LLSA is a bonus (regardless of everyones opinion on how well it works or doesnt, Ill at least register for it)
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Considering your considerable track record of hating on everything Ridgid regardless of your experience with it, that criticism should be taken with a huge grain of salt and your Flexvolt battery idea will add at least $150 to the cost of this saw.
I'm sure I put less hate on ridgid then you promote it in every post. Who's paying retail on SD for batteries?! that's stupid to even mention msrp. I'm getting those batteries for 65.
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I'm sure I put less hate on ridgid then you promote it in every post. Who's paying retail on SD for batteries?! that's stupid to even mention msrp. I'm getting those batteries for 65.
You must not read many of my posts if that's the conclusion that you've drawn. Regardless, I'm sure that others would like to know where you are getting Flexvolts for $65.
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You must not read many of my posts if that's the conclusion that you've drawn. Regardless, I'm sure that others would like to know where you are getting Flexvolts for $65.
You can get close to 65 on eBay but Im guessing a lot of them might feel a little warm.

Or some came from deals where HD was stupidly giving battery packs away NOT on receipts so you could "buy" a tool and get the pack completely free. Then possibly maybe return the tool without them even knowing you got the pack for free.
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WTF! Showing $399 for me in NJ? Funny thing is on the brickseek site it's showing the MSRP as $349? Anyone see anything close to Philly for the $239 price?
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WTF! Showing $399 for me in NJ? Funny thing is on the brickseek site it's showing the MSRP as $349? Anyone see anything close to Philly for the $239 price?
In-store clearance pricing won't be accurately shown on the website.
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