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CRAFTSMAN V20 7-1/4-in-Amp 20-Volt Max Single Bevel Sliding Compound Cordless Miter Saw $199

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Lowe's has the CRAFTSMAN V20 7-1/4-in-Amp 20-Volt Max Single Bevel Sliding Compound Cordless Miter Saw (CMCS714M1) on sale for $199. Shipping is free, otherwise select free curbside pickup where available.

Note, availability for curbside pickup will vary and may be limited.

Includes:
  • 20-volt max battery
  • 20-volt max​ battery charger
https://www.lowes.com/pd/CRAFTSMA...1000669257
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Created 05-20-2020 at 07:24 AM by PoloM
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Being that it includes a battery and charger makes this a good option for those looking for a cordless tool. I have not been able to find other cordless tools offer something in this price range.
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How much worse than Makita cordless sliding do you ppl think this is? It's like 1/3 the cost even with the Makita on sale
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don't really need cordless, just broke my dad's 20 year old miter saw because I wanted to change the blade and the bolt snapped.

is it better to get this or a 10" corded one on sale?
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don't really need cordless, just broke my dad's 20 year old miter saw because I wanted to change the blade and the bolt snapped.

is it better to get this or a 10" corded one on sale?
10" corded. Unless you buy an extra battery or two this thing is worthless. Imagine using it for a project and the battery dies. Now you're sol.
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This would probably be okay for someone new to using a miter saw or a DIYer that want's to do an occasional project.
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10" corded. Unless you buy an extra battery or two this thing is worthless. Imagine using it for a project and the battery dies. Now you're sol.
It comes with a charger ...
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It comes with a charger ...
Your point? It still takes an hour or two to charge the battery. Still a major disruption.
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Your point? It still takes an hour or two to charge the battery. Still a major disruption.
That, and your neighbor giggling at you when they see you using it. Smilie
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Anyone actually use this? I'm curious how it compares to other cordless miters, like maybe the 24v Kobalt. I'm not a carpenter, but I'm constantly dragging my old beat up miter saw and extension cords up and down my property for various DIY projects. I love the idea of the portability here, if it works...
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Your point? It still takes an hour or two to charge the battery. Still a major disruption.
So just go charge the battery and go do something else. Do you go to every cordless tool thread and say this same thing?
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So just go charge the battery and go do something else. Do you go to every cordless tool thread and say this same thing?
Nope. Only the ones where people ask a question to the community for advice on which option to choose. I was trying to help. What's your excuse?
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This would probably be okay for someone new to using a miter saw or a DIYer that want's to do an occasional project.
And hide battery from kid
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