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$629 -Milwaukee M18 FUELtm 12in. Dual Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw with ONE-KEY Kit — One Battery, Model# 2739-21HD

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Northern Tool has the Milwaukee M18 12 inch miter saw kit for $629 ($649-$20 using promo code 269021). Note: They are backordered until mid to late July but I was able to order one. Hopefully my order doesn't get cancelled. Just so you know this company has a reputation for cancelling orders, but I've had good luck with them.

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Good deal, but I think the Dewalt 60 volt version is a better buy since it comes with an AC adapter.
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I may be stupid and thinking of another model (if there is one?) but couldn't this be found for under $500 at Home Depot periodically?
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I may be stupid and thinking of another model (if there is one?) but couldn't this be found for under $500 at Home Depot periodically?
There are 2 smaller ones and this saw comes in various combinations of battery or accessories at different price points. However, there are not multiple models or generations of each if the 3 sizes.
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I may be stupid and thinking of another model (if there is one?) but couldn't this be found for under $500 at Home Depot periodically?
I have never seen it below 600.
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There are 2 smaller ones and this saw comes in various combinations of battery or accessories at different price points. However, there are not multiple models or generations of each if the 3 sizes.
Ahh yep must be the smaller ones I've seen, thanks
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This seems like a good deal. The one that comes with the 8 amp battery is usually 600 on sale. 30 bucks more for a bigger battery sounds great.
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Unless you're a contractor on the job site, or are headed somewhere for a day or two with no access to power, are cordless miter saws and angle grinders really a thing for common folk? It just seems like they require so much power that it makes both economic and efficiency sense to get the more powerful and cheaper corded counterpart. Can someone comment on this. Just trying to rationalize this.
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Unless you're a contractor on the job site, or are headed somewhere for a day or two with no access to power, are cordless miter saws and angle grinders really a thing for common folk? It just seems like they require so much power that it makes both economic and efficiency sense to get the more powerful and cheaper corded counterpart. Can someone comment on this. Just trying to rationalize this.
I was able to get 2 of the Milwaukee 10" miter saws, including a 9 ah battery with each saw, for $159 each, delivered. This was about 2 years ago. I have a number of Milwaukee tools, so the bigger batteries were much appreciated.
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Unless you're a contractor on the job site, or are headed somewhere for a day or two with no access to power, are cordless miter saws and angle grinders really a thing for common folk? It just seems like they require so much power that it makes both economic and efficiency sense to get the more powerful and cheaper corded counterpart. Can someone comment on this. Just trying to rationalize this.
I use all cordless now. I would never go back to corded. Power is there with the HO batteries.
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Unless you're a contractor on the job site, or are headed somewhere for a day or two with no access to power, are cordless miter saws and angle grinders really a thing for common folk? It just seems like they require so much power that it makes both economic and efficiency sense to get the more powerful and cheaper corded counterpart. Can someone comment on this. Just trying to rationalize this.
I don't have any outlets in my garage except for the garage door opener so I really appreciate the flexibility and convenience of battery operated tools.
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Unless you're a contractor on the job site, or are headed somewhere for a day or two with no access to power, are cordless miter saws and angle grinders really a thing for common folk? It just seems like they require so much power that it makes both economic and efficiency sense to get the more powerful and cheaper corded counterpart. Can someone comment on this. Just trying to rationalize this.
For Home owners? Ryobi. And the cordless grinder makes sense because what home owner is using it for anything other than cutting some tile or cutting off metal?


For contractors? Dewalt/Milwaukee/Makita. Cordless makes sense because FFFF houses with 1 exterior outlet locked behind the lanai screen door 🤯

+ space saver when you don't have to carry an 5k ft extension cord and all the tools have a 5ft cord to wrap around the tool.

+ time saver. Slap a battery on her and good to go. No outlet hunting, no cord wrangling, no extension cords running through flower beds, no accommodating the length of your cord, no tripping off breaker box from high power tools, etc.

I think that covers it. Oh and your coworkers won't laugh at you for cheaping out by buying corded.
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Unless you're a contractor on the job site, or are headed somewhere for a day or two with no access to power, are cordless miter saws and angle grinders really a thing for common folk? It just seems like they require so much power that it makes both economic and efficiency sense to get the more powerful and cheaper corded counterpart. Can someone comment on this. Just trying to rationalize this.
I have one and am very much a DIYer. Having flexibility to move stuff around the garage without worrying about cords and tripping is a big plus. In addition, if I need to do some serious cutting and want to avoid blowing up my garage with sawdust I just wheel it outside no issues. Plus this has a dust bag but the dust port is compatible with the M18 backpack vacuum too. Nice when you want to go mobile.
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I was able to get 2 of the Milwaukee 10" miter saws, including a 9 ah battery with each saw, for $159 each, delivered. This was about 2 years ago. I have a number of Milwaukee tools, so the bigger batteries were much appreciated.
Wow. That was a real slickdeal
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Unless you're a contractor on the job site, or are headed somewhere for a day or two with no access to power, are cordless miter saws and angle grinders really a thing for common folk? It just seems like they require so much power that it makes both economic and efficiency sense to get the more powerful and cheaper corded counterpart. Can someone comment on this. Just trying to rationalize this.
My general vote on this is no; you get more bang for buck with corded tools for the most part.

If money is no object, why not? They're easier to move around and the power is certainly there these days.
But for my $$ and my advanced-DIY type usage I'll stick with corded for anything stationary like a miter saw, or power hungry like a grinder. Cordless dremel-type tool for small cutoffs and such, large cheap corded grinder for the rare heavy usage.
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