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At $100 This is a very good deal.

I got my Hitachi Compound Miter Saw with out the laser about 7 years ago on a woot deal for $75 + $5 Shipping and came with a 7 year warranty.

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Saw is already available at Lowes for same price (may be without laser), plus other additional discounts.. see this thread..
https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/10479984
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Got the non laser version at lowes for $79. Is the laser worth the extra $20 for around the house use?
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Got the non laser version at lowes for $79. Is the laser worth the extra $20 for around the house use?
Tune it so it matches the cut, and it is very useful. Somewhat harder to use during high sunlight conditions.
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i have the 12" dual bevel version of this saw and love it.
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Got the non laser version at lowes for $79. Is the laser worth the extra $20 for around the house use?
Nope, it's not worth it. These can fall out of calibration and it is not hard to line a cut up with a miter
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Been using the non laser version to finish my basement and do other random projects. Great tool, I use it often
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Saw is already available at Lowes for same price (may be without laser), plus other additional discounts.. see this thread..
https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/10479984
I don't see it for 99
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Scooped this up with a 4 year protection from square trade for less than $120. Plus 5% back with Amazon card. Killer deal! Thanks OP!
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I don't see it for 99
The $99 price is YMMV, unfortunately..
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Question: anyone recommend a decent sliding miter saw? I need to cut wider pieces, at the moment 15 in floor panels. I saw the kobalt at lowes for 199 and with 25 off its 174... any suggestions would help.
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Nope, it's not worth it. These can fall out of calibration and it is not hard to line a cut up with a miter
Agreed. Don't trust a laser unless you're doing rough cuts that can be off by 1/8
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Question: anyone recommend a decent sliding miter saw? I need to cut wider pieces, at the moment 15 in floor panels. I saw the kobalt at lowes for 199 and with 25 off its 174... any suggestions would help.
If it's a floating floor, your cuts should all be covered by trim, so you've got quite a bit of wiggle room in cut quality and accuracy. You might just want to use a compact little battery powered circular saw and eyeball it for quick cuts or use a jig for better accuracy: https://www.kregtool.com/store/c4...-cuttrade/

While the sliding miter saw gives you a larger cut capacity than a non-slider, it'll lose some accuracy, costs more, and takes up much more space. In my experience, it's the little stuff like trim that really needs the accuracy of a miter saw and the bigger stuff like floating floors or framing is fine with the quicker cuts provided by a circular saw.
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