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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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Got this exact one on eBay for $100. This is a great deal. The laser is a tad inaccurate but it can be adjusted. Just something to keep in mind.
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I'd take a look at the Metabo (Hitachi) 10" compound miter saw instead, it's only $24 more on Amazon ($99 shipped) but you get a new (non refurb) saw with a 5 year warranty, positive detents, a more powerful motor, a laser that doesn't require separate batteries, and greater fine tuning-adjustment.

https://www.amazon.com/Metabo-HPT...B07PX44JQM

Lowes also has a number of the Hitachi saws on sale, including their flagship 12" zero clearance sliding compound miter saw for just $329.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Hitachi-...1000092953

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Broken after 5 uses ... man
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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.
Clearly you don't do trim work.
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I picked up the Hitachi for around this same price from acmetool? and it came with a free 60t blade.
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i bought this saw because it is lighter than other 10" saws while having the same amount of power and was very disappointed.

not stable, hence less accurate cuts is my main problem. build quality is also low. it doesn't feel good in your hand. the locking mechanism is a pain and slow. inacurate laser. the color faded after being exposed in the sun during job days. etc. it works fine but you cant expect anything more.

i sold it and got a hitachi saw for just 25% higher price and it simply doesnt even compare.
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I'd take a look at the Metabo (Hitachi) 10" compound miter saw instead, it's only $24 more on Amazon ($99 shipped) but you get a new (non refurb) saw with a 5 year warranty, positive detents, a more powerful motor, a laser that doesn't require separate batteries, and greater fine tuning-adjustment.

https://www.amazon.com/Metabo-HPT...B07PX44JQM [amazon.com]

Lowes also has a number of the Hitachi saws on sale, including their flagship 12" zero clearance sliding compound miter saw for just $329.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Hitachi-...1000092953 [lowes.com]
$10 cheaper..

https://www.amazon.com/Hitachi-C1...7273&psc=1
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$10 cheaper..

https://www.amazon.com/Hitachi-C1...7273&psc=1
That's an Amazon recert/refurb, I'd take the brand new saw with the warranty for $10 more.
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That's an Amazon recert/refurb, I'd take the brand new saw with the warranty for $10 more.
Me too, but I see nothing about a warranty for the $99 link. I do see a 5 year warranty for the same saw for $119.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07LG24...B07GXC3JG9
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Me too, but I see nothing about a warranty for the $99 link. I do see a 5 year warranty for the same saw for $119.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07LG24...B07GXC3JG9
https://www.metabo-hpt.com/us/mai...Metabo-HPT ... 5 years
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I don't have this but bought the harbor freight saw back before I realized this was only like $20-$30 more and this price is about the same. The harbor freight is crap. It works once you buy a decent blade but it feels unsafe using it. You can't see the laser, the lock mechanism sometimes fails down or up. It's hard to adjust the slider, it jams with sawdust, and just feels plain cheap. If your on the fence about the two, don't buy the harbor freight.
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I don't have this but bought the harbor freight saw back before I realized this was only like $20-$30 more and this price is about the same. The harbor freight is crap. It works once you buy a decent blade but it feels unsafe using it. You can't see the laser, the lock mechanism sometimes fails down or up. It's hard to adjust the slider, it jams with sawdust, and just feels plain cheap. If your on the fence about the two, don't buy the harbor freight.
I wouldn't buy the HF or the Ryobi. You can get the refurb Hitachi for $72 at the same place: CPO via Rakuten with the same code HOME20. https://www.rakuten.com/shop/cpo-...HITRC10FCG
You'll also get 15% back in Rakuten pts. You may be charged tax ,ymmv depending on State.

I have lots of Ryobi 18V from other deals and most of it's decent for what it is. But with these corded miter saws, I'd take Hitachi all day.
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Anyone have practical experience with this unit? Particularly interested in comments regarding runout on the cuts.
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I bought one of these for $100 a few months ago and put an Irwin Marples 50 tooth blade in it. I'm very pleased with its performance, clean cut, pretty good accuracy, don't expect the angle markers to be "on" you need to check your angles with an angle finder to be sure you've got it accurate. I haven't attempted to adjust the fence to fix this yet so I can't say how that works. I bought Harbor Freight's miter saw stand for $90 on sale - and I would say that it's basically a necessity for this sort of tool (and I recommend that item as well).
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Anyone have practical experience with this unit? Particularly interested in comments regarding runout on the cuts.
To reduce tear out you will want a good sharp high tooth count blade, and good underside support. For the best result you want to make a zero clearance insert out of MDF or plywood so that the cut through slot is only as wide as the blade. Hope that helps. I get really good results with just a new 50 tooth Irwin marples blade without messing with the zero clearance though so a good blade goes a long way. Basically no tear out.
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