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CPO Outlets via Rakuten.com [rakuten.com] has a Ryobi 10 in. Compound Miter Saw with Laser Line (Refurbished) for $75.99. Use code HOME20.

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A sliding miter saw increases the possible with of a board. The max width on my sliding miter is 12 inches. It's much less for a non sliding saw. I know many people will say that you use a table saw for wider cuts because it's more accurate, but I just can't justify the extra space required. I'm at best an intermediate when it comes to my wood working, so I can get buy with just a sliding miter saw. As for recommendations I'll leave it to the experts.
Table saw is for ripping, I just cant use my portable one for cutting wider boards, it's just a pita.
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Not sliding, no thanks. If you're getting a mitre saw, just spend a few bucks more for sliding, almost a necessity.
A sliding 10 in miter saw is no where near this price. By your logic, I would just say spend a few more bucks and buy this saw and a table saw so you have a much more versatile set of tools.
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Nah. I prefer a cheapie 10" miter saw....and spend the extra money on a nicer table saw. If I need to cross cut larger pieces, it's much more accurate to build a cross cutting jig for the table saw.
I was so happy when I moved to a slider from my regular 10-inch non-slider, but it does get heavier so I also invested in a rolling stand.
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So I'm also new to the whole woodworking things and I'm looking at downsizing from a 12" sliding to 10" non-sliding. I'd like to build a small station and the sliding makes it stick out the rear an extra foot or more. I'm all down for the cross cut sled.
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There is only one good reason to get a slider and that is because a non-slider doesn't have enough capacity for the boards that you want to cut.

But that comes at a cost of not only more money, but more weight, a bigger footprint, and more moving parts which results in less accuracy.
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need a miter saw for a bunch of moulding, this price is wayyy cheap, picked one up, hope it holds out
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Can not believe that no one has commented on how this saw does not have detents.

Regarding the sliding/non sliding. Non-sliding 10" work really good for carpentry (which is different then woodworking) . With a max cut of 2x6 they work great for framing in homes and other general construction needs. Also extremely useful for "Demo"-Day as you cut down material for reuse or to reduce size.

Recently did a demo and with a standard 10" miter saw and a new 24 tooth blade tore down all the lumber. By the time I was done going through the wood and nails my blade lost 11 carbide tips. Would have never put a nicer miter saw through that abuse.
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Can not believe that no one has commented on how this saw does not have detents.
It does. "...with stops at 0-, 15-, 22.5-, 31.6- and 45 degrees".

https://www.ryobitools.com/power-...-laser_636
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Anyone know what kind of warranty this refurb has?
I've never bought from this site, but most refurbs are 90 days, however, I have seen some places do 30. If you want to protect yourself, squaretrade, but the more I look at this product, I don't think it's worth it. I've found this new for $110, I'd rather have peace of mind and a full manufacture warranty. Also, I agree, since it doesn't slide, I'd pick of the Harbor Freight model.
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Re: slider vs non slider: Money and weight aside and just speaking capabilities, a 12" dual bevel compound slider is obviously the most robust. There are times where a 10" non slider would not be ideal. For example, doing a 45 degree bevel cut on 6" base trim. You could flip and rotate the board around with a 10" non slider, but hard to align it right. I'm not recommending one way or another, but want to note that for some cuts, it is not as easy as just flipping the wood over (e.g. it would be this easy for a non bevel cut), but doable. Reference in image below of miter cut vs bevel cut.

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Re: cutting metal: Yes to what others said that it is not the best for your saw. I personally picked up a 14" cut-off saw from Harbor Freight for this purpose. In hindsight, a 6" like below would have been just as good, cheaper, and taken up less space. An angle grinder works great, but if you are making a lot of cuts, not ideal. I was making several cuts for an aluminum lattice for my fence.

https://www.harborfreight.com/6-i...61204.html
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My kid used my miter saw to cut some exhaust pipe for his car. He did change the blade to something more suitable but when he was finished I found I could not rotate it in the base smoothly anymore. I had to take it apart and get the metal shrapnel out from between the base and the turntable. It is fine now but I wouldn't recommend cutting metal or aluminum on your miter saw. I have the Harbor Freight 6" cut-off saw which is what he should have used.
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I've never bought from this site, but most refurbs are 90 days, however, I have seen some places do 30. If you want to protect yourself, squaretrade, but the more I look at this product, I don't think it's worth it. I've found this new for $110, I'd rather have peace of mind and a full manufacture warranty. Also, I agree, since it doesn't slide, I'd pick of the Harbor Freight model.

Yeah, I decided against it when I read the Amazon reviews. Seems like the precision of the cuts is sadly lacking. Who want inside and outside corners to not match up?
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Yeah, I decided against it when I read the Amazon reviews. Seems like the precision of the cuts is sadly lacking. Who want inside and outside corners to not match up?
Where are you reading this? I did an Amazon search for RYOBI ZRTS1345L and couldn't find it.
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I bought this saw as a refurb a little over a year ago. I've used it probably half a dozen times and it seems okay.

My only complaints about it are that the laser is powered by 2 batteries, which is kind of a pain. Also when you tighten the handle that keeps the saw straight or at a particular angle (on the horizontal plane) the tightening causes the cutting angle to shift just slightly so you have to take that into account when you start tightening it down.

For my infrequent use it is totally fine though and this is good price; I paid $112 on Amazon.
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I was holding out for the expensive cordless version but at this cheap price I succumbed.
Icing on the cake: Rakuten site says we are also getting $14.10 in Rakuten points.
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