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Metabo HPT 12" 15-Amp Dual Bevel Compound Miter Saw

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Lowe's has Metabo HPT 12" 15-Amp Dual Bevel Compound Miter Saw (C12FDHM) on sale for $179. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where available. Thanks JamaicaMiHappy

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This saw is typically $299, when it goes on sale on a good deal the price is $200. For $179 its a pretty good deal. I am not sure if its location based but check it out if you are looking for a Miter saw.

The C12FDH 12 inch dual compound miter saw with dual bevel features; exclusive laser marker system for cutting accuracy. The saw Head bevels to the right or left- allowing the material to stay securely in place for ultimate cutting efficiency. It cuts various types of wood, crown molding, plywood, decorative panels, soft fiberboard, hardboard and aluminum sashes.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Metabo-H...1000883818

Metaba - 12" blad 15 amp sliding double bevel $299. https://www.lowes.com/pd/Metabo-H...1000990786

The Dewalt miter saws are also on sale:
https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-1...1000145735
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Last Edited by corazones May 12, 2020 at 01:13 PM
It has been this price on Lowe's for many weeks. Same price on Amazon.

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This is a very good deal, however, a 10" sliding would be more useful than a 12" non-sliding unless you are cutting something very thick.
Agree on the space advantages of a 10" slider. BUT, keep in mind that in this price-range/product level the 12" non-slider is always going to be more accurate than a slider. See the reviews/threads about the 10' slider that's been a SD recently. Accuracy is not it's strong point. FWIW, I have the 12" Hitachi version of this saw I got last year. It's great, if a little huge. Eventually I hope to sell and pick up a 10" slider. But if I do that, I'm holding out of a Bosch or Makita

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In for one. That's a great deal.
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This is a very good deal, however, a 10" sliding would be more useful than a 12" non-sliding unless you are cutting something very thick.
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In for one. That's a great deal.
I was also able to get an extra 10% off using the new credit card promo. Ended up to be $161 + tax. The did not have any on the floor and had to fish one from the top shelf in the aisle.
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This is a very good deal, however, a 10" sliding would be more useful than a 12" non-sliding unless you are cutting something very thick.
Thanks, good insigth. I was wondering about the benefits of sliding vs. non-sliding.
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Thanks, good insigth. I was wondering about the benefits of sliding vs. non-sliding.
Another benefit of 10 for me is it's the same size as a table saw so I don't have to stock blades in two sizes. Just picked up 10 sliding to replace my Kobalt, hopefully slide doesnt get stuck as much
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Another benefit of 10 for me is it's the same size as a table saw so I don't have to stock blades in two sizes. Just picked up 10 sliding to replace my Kobalt, hopefully slide doesnt get stuck as much
Thanks, thats a good perk! I checked the price of the Metabo 10" sliding from lowes and its a $399. I would love to have that feature though. When i did my basement trims I used a 10" single bevel Metabo and it was small and nimble but bothersome to figure out the angles and fllip the trim side to side, hoping its a good investment.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Metabo-H...1001039926
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Another benefit of 10 for me is it's the same size as a table saw so I don't have to stock blades in two sizes. Just picked up 10 sliding to replace my Kobalt, hopefully slide doesnt get stuck as much
....... sounds like you might know this answer: any idea what would happen (bad) if using a 10" blade with a "12"" slider, please?
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Would prefer a 10" slider, but still good deal.
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Is it just Me, or has Lowes.com removed the "Search at neighboring stores" button?
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Would prefer a 10" slider, but still good deal.
Couldn't a 10" blade fit/work safely in a 12" machine?
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What would be a good price for the 10" slider?
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