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CPO Outlets via eBay has Ryobi TS1345L 10" Compound Miter Saw w/ Laser Line (Manufacturer Refurbished w/ 1-Year Warranty) on sale for $77.99. Shipping is free. Thanks JMBauer74

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CPO Commerce on Ebay has the Ryobi 10 Inch Compound Miter Saw w/Laser line (Refurb) for $77.99

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One Year Warranty through CPO Commerce

Also available at Direct Tools Factory Outlet for $74.99 [directtoolsoutlet.com] (Thanks steppedinit) OOS

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ryobi-10...8334!US!-1
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This is not sliding and hence you will be limited on cutting a max of 5.5 inches. If your needs are minimum or have a table saw then it is a decent buy.
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Uh, that's why they make sliding compound miter saws. They are the best of both worlds, because you can lock the slide and use it as a compound or use the slide for larger cuts.
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Compound miters have different applications than sliding miter saws. and are used primarily for making compound cuts, for example when you are doing framing.


Compound miters are not supposed to slide. If you need a sliding miter, you're probably using it mostly as a chop saw for making straight cuts. If you're cutting miters and bevels, then go with the compound.
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Nice price. Too bad the 18v Ryobi miter never has a deal like this.

DTO has CPO for $74.99 with one year warranty https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com.../ZRTS1345L
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Nice price. Too bad the 18v Ryobi miter never has a deal like this.

DTO has CPO for $74.99 with one year warranty https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com.../ZRTS1345L [directtoolsoutlet.com]
Thanks. I'll include link in post as well.
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Nice price. Too bad the 18v Ryobi miter never has a deal like this.

DTO has CPO for $74.99 with one year warranty https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com.../ZRTS1345L [directtoolsoutlet.com]
Good tip. Since Direct Tools and Ryobi are owned by the same company, I'd much rather go through them for a refurb then from some third party selling on eBay.
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Good tip. Since Direct Tools and Ryobi are owned by the same company, I'd much rather go through them for a refurb then from some third party selling on eBay.
CPO Commerce is a reputable tool reseller. They're a big name in the business.
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This is not sliding and hence you will be limited on cutting a max of 5.5 inches. If your needs are minimum or have a table saw then it is a decent buy.
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This is a good deal for a decent saw. But as crazyal pointed out, it does not slide, so you're limited in the size of the material you're sawing. I find the 5.5" frustratingly limiting and will soon upgrade to a sliding model.
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This is not sliding and hence you will be limited on cutting a max of 5.5 inches. If your needs are minimum or have a table saw then it is a decent buy.
Compound miters have different applications than sliding miter saws. and are used primarily for making compound cuts, for example when you are doing framing.

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This is a good deal for a decent saw. But as crazyal pointed out, it does not slide, so you're limited in the size of the material you're sawing. I find the 5.5" frustratingly limiting and will soon upgrade to a sliding model.
Compound miters are not supposed to slide. If you need a sliding miter, you're probably using it mostly as a chop saw for making straight cuts. If you're cutting miters and bevels, then go with the compound.
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This or the Hitachi on Lowes for $99?? ( lowes coupon will bring it same price)
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This or the Hitachi on Lowes for $99?? ( lowes coupon will bring it same price)
I know which one you're talking about. I would go with the Ryobi. From what I've heard, the Ryobi is a bit more solid.
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This or the 10" sliding from Harbor Freight for about $20 more with 20% coupon???

https://www.harborfreight.com/10-...61971.html
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Compound miters have different applications than sliding miter saws. and are used primarily for making compound cuts, for example when you are doing framing.


Compound miters are not supposed to slide. If you need a sliding miter, you're probably using it mostly as a chop saw for making straight cuts. If you're cutting miters and bevels, then go with the compound.
Uh, that's why they make sliding compound miter saws. They are the best of both worlds, because you can lock the slide and use it as a compound or use the slide for larger cuts.
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Uh, that's why they make sliding compound miter saws. They are the best of both worlds, because you can lock the slide and use it as a compound or use the slide for larger cuts.
Sure, but if you're doing a lot of large cuts, it makes more sense to use a table saw. They're more versatile than a sliding miter when cutting things like plywood.

Nothing wrong with any of them. It just depends on what you plan on using them for.
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