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RYOBI ONE+ 18 Volt 7 1/4 In. Compound Miter Saw (Factory Blemish) $80

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7 1/4 just seems tiny, I feel my 10" is too small. Does anyone here use one like this?
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7 1/4 just seems tiny, I feel my 10" is too small. Does anyone here use one like this?
I have a corded version of this I bought as my very first stationary saw. It's decent enough, and have used it for cutting pretty much everything (rips, cross cuts, fiber cement, PVC, etc). It holds up, although the gutter is a tad annoying to clean.
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7 1/4 just seems tiny, I feel my 10" is too small. Does anyone here use one like this?
I got this saw as part of a bundle and it's perfectly functional. However, to your question, yes it is small, especially given the arm is fixed. It's great for smaller cuts or if you are just starting out. I'm looking for 10 or a 12 now as my projects get bigger.

I will say, I have ordered a few "blemished" Ryobi parts from Direct Tools and have not had any issues yet. Also, compared to new, this price is pretty decent.
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I got this saw as part of a bundle and it's perfectly functional. However, to your question, yes it is small, especially given the arm is fixed. It's great for smaller cuts or if you are just starting out. I'm looking for 10 or a 12 now as my projects get bigger.

I will say, I have ordered a few "blemished" Ryobi parts from Direct Tools and have not had any issues yet. Also, compared to new, this price is pretty decent.
I picked up a corded jig and circular saw from them both pre owned and I have to say they are solid. The circular looked brand new. The base plate on the Jig had some damage but they sent out replacement parts 30 sec after I called them.
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7 1/4 just seems tiny, I feel my 10" is too small. Does anyone here use one like this?
I was thinking the same. Maybe it would be good for a secondary saw you could keep tucked away and use for the occasional small cuts without setting up a big one? Or if you don't have to cut anything more than a 2x4, like for cabinetry, I guess.
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I was thinking the same. Maybe it would be good for a secondary saw you could keep tucked away and use for the occasional small cuts without setting up a big one? Or if you don't have to cut anything more than a 2x4, like for cabinetry, I guess.
I like the idea of having as a secondary saw also for the portability aspect. Also, I can use at the back of my property on projects where i don't have power without dragging out the generator...
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THE $30 jig saw is also a decent deal. not great, but if you can split shipping between 2 items its worth a look.

https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com/Products/Power-Tools/Saws-%26-Cutters/Jig-Saws/RYOBI-ONE%2B-18-Vol... [directtoolsoutlet.com]

frustrating thing is, i just tried calling to find out if i could combine the jigsaw with a pretty hefty order that i made yesterday, that most definitely hasnt shipped(considering my order from 2 weeks ago hasnt shipped yet). and they said "they had no way to do that with their system."

aka, no, they wont do that. kind of crappy as they used to have free shipping over a certain price.

pretty sure they do that in order to make sure you only combine shipping on a sale item and an average priced item. unfortunately, for me anyways, that results in me not making quite a few orders as the shipping puts a lot of things closer to HD new prices.
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I was thinking the same. Maybe it would be good for a secondary saw you could keep tucked away and use for the occasional small cuts without setting up a big one? Or if you don't have to cut anything more than a 2x4, like for cabinetry, I guess.
its a coordless tool. its not meant to serve primary duty. basically a chop saw for 2x4s and trim that can also do some mitered edges.
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7 1/4 just seems tiny, I feel my 10" is too small. Does anyone here use one like this?
I spent awhile working as a finish carpenter and one of my most used tools was a 7 1/4" miter saw, albeit it was a slider. 7 1/4" is perfect for most trim and will also cut 2x4's. A lot of our jobs involved quickly cutting trim and door/window casings as well as making things like jamb extensions.

The nice thing about a 7 1/4" miter saw, especially a battery operated one, is it becomes highly portable. Our 12" miter saws were heavy and a pain to transport/set up if you're just doing small quick cuts, especially inside.


That being said has anyone used this? I'm not sure if this is their second or third generation of this saw but it looks almost identical to the Craftsman C3 version as do some of Ryobi's other 18V tools so I'm wondering if those were just rebranded (like the 18V nail gun which is awesome).

I have the craftsman 18V C3 7 1/4" miter saw and after about a month of use it struggled to cut anything and everything. I picked up a second at a Sears closing and it had the same problem. I tried changing the blade as well as other servicing and couldn't fix it.

The C3 line is antiquated compared to what Ryobi is putting out now and Ryobi's batteries are much better so maybe those issues have been taken care of?
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7 1/4 just seems tiny, I feel my 10" is too small. Does anyone here use one like this?
If you want to do crown molding, this is not your tool.
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THE $30 jig saw is also a decent deal. not great, but if you can split shipping between 2 items its worth a look.

https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com/Products/Power-Tools/Saws-%26-Cutters/Jig-Saws/RYOBI-ONE%2B-18-Vol... [directtoolsoutlet.com]

frustrating thing is, i just tried calling to find out if i could combine the jigsaw with a pretty hefty order that i made yesterday, that most definitely hasnt shipped(considering my order from 2 weeks ago hasnt shipped yet). and they said "they had no way to do that with their system."

aka, no, they wont do that. kind of crappy as they used to have free shipping over a certain price.

pretty sure they do that in order to make sure you only combine shipping on a sale item and an average priced item. unfortunately, for me anyways, that results in me not making quite a few orders as the shipping puts a lot of things closer to HD new prices.
what kind of applications would/could i use a jigsaw for ?
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7 1/4 just seems tiny, I feel my 10" is too small. Does anyone here use one like this?
My wifey says 10" is bigger.
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This saw is GREAT for two things if you need a small first time saw just to rip some 2x4 or smaller or putting in some small baseboard trim. Also extra points for it being just a compound you can sit this in a garage or a shed and it takes up very little room. but where this saw really shines is as a secondary saw, I use this just as much as my 12inch Dewalt sliding saw because instead of lugging that thing on a cart (100+ pounds together) around I can pick this up with one hand to go make smaller rough cuts. If you already have a large 10/12 inch saw and wanted something lighter and smaller to get smaller work done this is where it is at. THE ONLY complaint I have about this saw is the dust collection on Ryobi saws is non-existent I'd say anywhere between 60-75% of sawdust goes everywhere but the collection bag.
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what kind of applications would/could i use a jigsaw for ?
Last time I used it was to scallop the top of a privacy fence. I guess anywhere you need to do a tight cut or a shape.
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