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I got the hitachi branded one last time this was this price (except then it was c grade).
The reviews are poor on these for some nutty reason just like the table saw but i have both and like both.

Only thing i note with this saw after trueing some things up is there is a bit of slop in the detents, but they're accurate, you move to the degree, then just shift right and lock. I've checked a few with my squares and they're on the money. Once you get used to that movement it's no big deal, move, shift right lock.

The turn plate is a bit wonky level wise with the wings at certain angles, not a big deal for most things as wings are true.

soft start prevents saw jerking but blade rpm is a bit low even ramped up, for finer stuff def want a fine tooth blade. Be sure to let it get to speed.

the front locking is nice (but i expect wear there over time as most of that bevel, locking,etc stuff is plastic) but hitachi parts are available and cheap.

That said, where else can you get a close to wall, sliding dual bevel, front locking bevel for this price works fine for most carpentry and certainly anything for rough framing or baseboards and crown (with a bit of care)

I'm dead square on smaller material, but i haven't checked say a 12" board or ply as i don't do that size lumber and for ply i use cross cut sled on ts for accuracy.

Edit: meant to add also you do have to remove the top right extension for full bevel right but so are most miter saws (due to the motor location). The light is nice, very helpful. the led is a pain to set and i never use those anyways but you either need to remove the guard or move guard -> play with adjustment -> lower guard -> repeat,etc.

It's not a perfect saw buck heck weeny 7 1/4 ones without front bevel lock and dual bevel are this much, use it and upgrade later if you need the 12" capacity or something more. Rpms are on the slower side i forget the spec off top of my head but it's not a high rpm saw

also be sure to read the manual if things are not true it's all detailed how to adjust there.
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What's the quality compared to new?

This is $129 shipped for me. I had bought one from amazon new for $199 ($212 after tax).

Not sure if I should cancel my amazon order before it ships and get this one.
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I'm sure they may be out there somewhere but I've never seen a 10" dual bevel miter saw of any brand for this price and I've been looking for awhile. I had been watching SD for a long time and eventually bought the Harbor Freight single bevel 10" slider but really wanted a dual.

Pulled the trigger on this and will try it head to head with the HF and just sell the one I don't want to keep locally. Great post, OP!!!

FWIW $18.69 was the shipping cost FedEx ground to FL...
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What's the quality compared to new?

This is $129 shipped for me. I had bought one from amazon new for $199 ($212 after tax).

Not sure if I should cancel my amazon order before it ships and get this one.
$279 new on Amazon right now...so you still got a really good deal.
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Great page of info on the name brand.
https://www.protoolreviews.com/ne...hpt/36030/
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Got one. Thank you!
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In for one, this looks like a REALLY great deal. Even at $130 with shipping. looks like it ALSO comes with a 40 tooth blade!

10" 40T TCT Saw Blade (310878)
Dust Bag (998845)
Vise Assembly
13mm Box Wrench (940543)


Blade Size - 10"
Full-Load Current Amps - 15
Slide Type - Fixed Rail
No-Load Speed - 3,200/RPM
Miter Angle Range - 0-55 degree L & 0-60 degree R
Bevel Angle Range - 0-48 degree L/R
Max Cut 0 Degree - 11-1/2" x 3-1/2" 12-1/2" x 2-1/2"
Max Cut Miter - Left/Right 45 Degree 8" x 3-1/2" 8-3/4" x 2-1/2"
Max Cut Bevel - Left 45 Degree 11-1/2" x 3-1/4" 12-1/2" x 1-5/8"
Max Cut Bevel - Right 45 Degree 11-1/2" x 1" 12-1/2" x 3/4"
Laser Marker - Equipped
LED Light - Equipped
Saw Blade Drive System - Gear type
Front Bevel Lock Lever - Equipped
Tool Dimensions ( W x L x H) - 23-13/16" x 30-3/16" x 26-1/16"
Miter Cutting Range - L 55 degree R 60 degree
Bevel Cutting Range - L/R 48 degrees
Weight - 45.6 lbs
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I got the hitachi branded one last time this was this price (except then it was c grade).
The reviews are poor on these for some nutty reason just like the table saw but i have both and like both.

Only thing i note with this saw after trueing some things up is there is a bit of slop in the detents, but they're accurate, you move to the degree, then just shift right and lock. I've checked a few with my squares and they're on the money. Once you get used to that movement it's no big deal, move, shift right lock.

The turn plate is a bit wonky level wise with the wings at certain angles, not a big deal for most things as wings are true.

soft start prevents saw jerking but blade rpm is a bit low even ramped up, for finer stuff def want a fine tooth blade. Be sure to let it get to speed.

the front locking is nice (but i expect wear there over time as most of that bevel, locking,etc stuff is plastic) but hitachi parts are available and cheap.

That said, where else can you get a close to wall, sliding dual bevel, front locking bevel for this price works fine for most carpentry and certainly anything for rough framing or baseboards and crown (with a bit of care)

I'm dead square on smaller material, but i haven't checked say a 12" board or ply as i don't do that size lumber and for ply i use cross cut sled on ts for accuracy.

Edit: meant to add also you do have to remove the top right extension for full bevel right but so are most miter saws (due to the motor location). The light is nice, very helpful. the led is a pain to set and i never use those anyways but you either need to remove the guard or move guard -> play with adjustment -> lower guard -> repeat,etc.

It's not a perfect saw buck heck weeny 7 1/4 ones without front bevel lock and dual bevel are this much, use it and upgrade later if you need the 12" capacity or something more. Rpms are on the slower side i forget the spec off top of my head but it's not a high rpm saw

also be sure to read the manual if things are not true it's all detailed how to adjust there.
Thanks for the context - super helpful.
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Bought this in September under the Hitachi name from Big Sky. Paid a touch more.

Hitachi C10FSHC 10" Sliding Compound Dual Bevel Miter Saw with Laser (Renewed A)
SKU: A-C10FSHC

Subtotal $119.95
Shipping & Handling $22.58
Grand Total $142.53

Mine was basically indistinguishable from new. This is probably the 5th refurb item I've bought from BigSky and never once been disappointed by item condition. Bought the leaf blower, weed eater, circular saw, this miter saw.... something else. Both of the gas tools didn't even smell like gas. Especially the leaf blower, ain't no way it had ever been used.
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I would be all over this had I not just bought the Ryobi Single Bevel Sliding Miter Saw from Home Depot on Black Friday.

Kinda wish I would have waited. I would rather have dual bevel. Oh well...
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Bought this in September under the Hitachi name from Big Sky. Paid a touch more.

Hitachi C10FSHC 10" Sliding Compound Dual Bevel Miter Saw with Laser (Renewed A)
SKU: A-C10FSHC

Subtotal $119.95
Shipping & Handling $22.58
Grand Total $142.53

Mine was basically indistinguishable from new. This is probably the 5th refurb item I've bought from BigSky and never once been disappointed by item condition. Bought the leaf blower, weed eater, circular saw, this miter saw.... something else. Both of the gas tools didn't even smell like gas. Especially the leaf blower, ain't no way it had ever been used.
Ditto, except mine was a rat. Heavily used. A used blade. Laser and light both broken. Back stop was warped. Dust collection bag ripped. My mistake was trying to fix it instead of sending it back. They offered for me to send it back but it didn't make financial sense to me for a $100 saw. They sent new parts and I wired up the new laser, switches, circuit board, but left the LED on it figuring LEDs don't burn up. Well the LED was shorted so that blew the new board so they had to send another. They didn't even respond to my last message. They just sent the parts.

What a fiasco. I used it on a flooring remodel and I liked the way worked except for the soft start taking too long to spin up the blade so that I could make a cut. Waiting 3 seconds every cut stinks. I have a Dewalt 12" but wanted something lighter. I should have bought a 7 1/2 as this is still somewhat heavy. If I only had one saw this is a good size.

On the upside I like being intimate with my tools and I now know the ins and outs of this machine. And I learned to never ever take the plastic guard off. Just unbolt the disc its mounted to. Lost about an hour trying to put that back together. If time is money this saw cost me more than the Dewalt.

Big Sky was pretty good about it. Not stellar but I would buy from them again without hesitation. The saw itself is pretty good for DIY folks. It's a gamble what grade saw you'll get so if it sucks, send it back and they will likely send a new one.
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I've been looking at this saw for a while. I loved the old Hitachi saws. I wanted something with Zero Rear Clearance, and this, the Delta, the Bosch, and the Makita are the only saws that meet that. The single bevel Hitachi is usually $99 so this is a good price. I think they have a newer version too, and I'm not sure if that corrected any of the issues with this version. Even for chop cuts, this is a good deal.
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What's the quality compared to new?

This is $129 shipped for me. I had bought one from amazon new for $199 ($212 after tax).

Not sure if I should cancel my amazon order before it ships and get this one.
i got one grade-c 6 months ago for $130. it didnt ship in the original box, but else it was almost spotless. i couldn't tell the difference with a new unit. there was just a little scratch on the back of the base.
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I would be all over this had I not just bought the Ryobi Single Bevel Sliding Miter Saw from Home Depot on Black Friday.

Kinda wish I would have waited. I would rather have dual bevel. Oh well...
i also got the ryobi and returned it for this saw. the build quality is substantial higher. and much more pleasant to use as it produce less noise.

i know it is a bulky heavy item to pack and return, but you wont regret it.
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