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Kobalt 7-1/4" 24-Volt Max Dual Bevel Sliding Compound Cordless Miter Saw EXPIRED

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Lowe's has Kobalt 7-1/4" 24-Volt Max Dual Bevel Sliding Compound Cordless Miter Saw (KMS 0724B-03) on sale for $99. Shipping is free, otherwise select in-store pickup where available. Thanks Cobra795

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Sale valid through 12/3/19. Includes 5-year limited warranty.

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Appears this price at all the stores near me, but YMMV. Zip 16066 for reference.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-7...1000638905

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"Pointless?" I own a trim carpentry business and I own this saw. I also own a Dewalt 12" plug-in model that's a terrific tool. It's also heavy as hell and needs to be plugged in! Keep in mind that the Kobalt is a *sliding* saw and will cross-cut a 2x10 at 90 degrees. It's also light as a feather compared to the Dewalt and plenty powerful to cut 2x material. It's now my go-to saw 95% of the time and has replaced the Dewalt in my van. I use the Dewalt when I'm doing framing or using crown stops and a stand with extensions. BTW, a 4Ah battery should last you all day. It typically does for me. I LOVE this saw. And at $99... please. They're practically giving it to you.
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Stop trolling. That comment alone verifies your carpentry skills or anything closely related. This is an incredible tool in the right hands. Especially mobility wise.
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Would have been a good idea to put the blade size in the title IMHO.

FYI: This is not the usual 12" blade, if you were thinking what a sweet deal it was, but 7-1/4" (the same size blades as a regular circular saw).
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Good deal, a couple in stock near me. Tempting. No battery included just fyi.
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Would this be good to build stairs with with? I was thinking this or the Ryobi. Which would be better?

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../306939218
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Would this be good to build stairs with with? I was thinking this or the Ryobi. Which would be better?

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../306939218
For the actual steps, sure. (of course that depends on the runs of each step) If you're building stringers too, then no. That would be a circular saw.

Keep in mind, this requires the kobalt 24v battery which isn't included. The ryobi is plug-in.
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Would have been a good idea to put the blade size in the title IMHO.

FYI: This is not the usual 12" blade, if you were thinking what a sweet deal it was, but 7-1/4" (the same size blades as a regular circular saw).
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10 available near me. I already have a 12 Incher
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So is this different than the bf deal? Can I use an in store coupon on this?
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I can't comment on the quality of this particular saw, but I have the Ridgid battery powered 7-1/4" slider and absolutely love it. It is super portable, has plenty of power, makes really accurate cuts, and can handle surprisingly large pieces.

People scoff at the blade size, but for me the small size is a big attribute in that it flexes less and requires a smaller motor to spin which puts less stress on the hinges and slides leading to much less slop than my bigger saws like the DWS780.

Battery powered is probably not necessary most of the time, but I like to being able to plop my saw wherever without having to worry about running an extension cord, and I can get hundreds of cuts before swapping in another battery.
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"Pointless?" I own a trim carpentry business and I own this saw. I also own a Dewalt 12" plug-in model that's a terrific tool. It's also heavy as hell and needs to be plugged in! Keep in mind that the Kobalt is a *sliding* saw and will cross-cut a 2x10 at 90 degrees. It's also light as a feather compared to the Dewalt and plenty powerful to cut 2x material. It's now my go-to saw 95% of the time and has replaced the Dewalt in my van. I use the Dewalt when I'm doing framing or using crown stops and a stand with extensions. BTW, a 4Ah battery should last you all day. It typically does for me. I LOVE this saw. And at $99... please. They're practically giving it to you.
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Killer deal since they discontinued the ridgid version I haven't found a decent deal on it. Now I just need a battery deal or maybe I'll jump on a combo kit
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7.25" blade and battery powered = pointless. there is a reason its $99
Stop trolling. That comment alone verifies your carpentry skills or anything closely related. This is an incredible tool in the right hands. Especially mobility wise.
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plenty around me, but no battery is a bummer, debate debate... any way this could use other brands battery even with some mod?
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Would this be good to build stairs with with? I was thinking this or the Ryobi. Which would be better?

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../306939218
Few things to notice are... Ryobi has 12 inch cross cut capacity at 90 deg. But not dual bevel. If you are cutting wider boards for broader steps I would consider ryobi
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