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Metabo 10inc compound miter saw $99

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Metabo got me all worked up but it was just Metabo HPT. Which means it's Hitachi basic 10" miter saw, single bevel. Nothing wrong with that, but it's limited.
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The 12" Metabo with laser is $199 and 11% in store rebate at Menards
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Its been less. You can get this for between $80 and $90 on sale after coupons at Lowes, Rakuten, Amazon (Prime Day), etc. Hitachi blades also have mixed reviews. Diablos are always the safer bet.
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This is not Metabo or anywhere near the quality of that professional line of tools.

What it is is a Metabo HPT. In other words, it's just a rebadged Hitachi.

But I'm sure this kind of confusion is what the new owners of Hitachi Power Tools were aiming for - which is a pretty sleazy business practice.
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