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Ryobi ONE+ 18V Cordless 7-1/4" Compound Miter Saw (Tool Only) w/ Blade & Wrench

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Home Depot has Ryobi ONE+ P553 18-Volt Cordless 7-1/4" Compound Miter Saw (Tool Only) w/ 24-Tooth Blade & Blade Wrench on sale for $99. Shipping is free or select free curbside pickup where available. Thanks colorwolf

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  • P553 Compound Miter Saw
  • 24-tooth carbide-tipped blade
  • Blade wrench
  • Dust bag
  • Work clamp
  • Operator's manual
  • Note: Battery and charger sold separately
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The Ryobi 7-1/4 inch cordless miter saw is on sale at Home Depot for $99. The lowest this has been was $80+shipping at DTO.

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Max cross cut on this saw is 4 1/4", so no go on the 5 1/4" base board unless you flip it. But this is a cool little saw that can be fairly useful to a home own with minimal storage like an apartment. You are limited to cutting 2x4s but it will cut most trim, common base molding (3 1/4"), chair rail, trim molding, etc. It would also work on "real" hardwood floor as those boards tend to be thinner (2" - 4") compared to engendered or laminate.

A 10" or 12" sliding miter saw would be the best, but they are heavy, cost a lot and take up a lot of room.
With 7.25" blade, this saw would have very limited application that you likely need another miter saw down the road. The dual battery sliding miter from Ryobi had been on top of my wish list. Last month, you may get it for $270 new after discount which was a decent (though not the best) deal for it.
7.25" miter saw would not cut 5.25" baseboard. A 10" non sliding may do it with some adjustment. A sliding dual bevel miter saw will give you much better flexibility. 2x4 is the limit of this 7.25" miter can handle. It may not even work well for a flooring project. You need at least a 10" miter for many job while a sliding 10" would be good for most job.
I just found the Ryobi dual battery 10" sliding miter still has the $50 off going on right now. If you have the 15% off coupon from DIY workshop or other source, you can get it at $233. Even cheaper if you purchase with discounted gift card.

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With 7.25" blade, this saw would have very limited application that you likely need another miter saw down the road. The dual battery sliding miter from Ryobi had been on top of my wish list. Last month, you may get it for $270 new after discount which was a decent (though not the best) deal for it.
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With 7.25" blade, this saw would have very limited application that you likely need another miter saw down the road. The dual battery sliding miter from Ryobi had been on top of my wish list. Last month, you may get it for $270 new after discount which was a decent (though not the best) deal for it.
Can you expand a bit on your comment? Kind of a novice here....

What would this do well? What would you need a different. miter saw for?

Would this work well for 5 1/4 baseboard? How about just cutting the ends off boards?
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Can you expand a bit on your comment? Kind of a novice here....

What would this do well? What would you need a different. miter saw for?

Would this work well for 5 1/4 baseboard? How about just cutting the ends off boards?
7.25" miter saw would not cut 5.25" baseboard. A 10" non sliding may do it with some adjustment. A sliding dual bevel miter saw will give you much better flexibility. 2x4 is the limit of this 7.25" miter can handle. It may not even work well for a flooring project. You need at least a 10" miter for many job while a sliding 10" would be good for most job.
I just found the Ryobi dual battery 10" sliding miter still has the $50 off going on right now. If you have the 15% off coupon from DIY workshop or other source, you can get it at $233. Even cheaper if you purchase with discounted gift card.
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Can you expand a bit on your comment? Kind of a novice here....

What would this do well? What would you need a different. miter saw for?

Would this work well for 5 1/4 baseboard? How about just cutting the ends off boards?
Max cross cut on this saw is 4 1/4", so no go on the 5 1/4" base board unless you flip it. But this is a cool little saw that can be fairly useful to a home own with minimal storage like an apartment. You are limited to cutting 2x4s but it will cut most trim, common base molding (3 1/4"), chair rail, trim molding, etc. It would also work on "real" hardwood floor as those boards tend to be thinner (2" - 4") compared to engendered or laminate.

A 10" or 12" sliding miter saw would be the best, but they are heavy, cost a lot and take up a lot of room.
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Thank you both, @rolfeskj and @billcsho.

I guess I should wait for a better deal on a larger one.
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Thank you both, @rolfeskj and @billcsho.

I guess I should wait for a better deal on a larger one.
Check this one out:

https://slickdeals.net/f/14467637-ryobi-15-amp-10-in-sliding-compound-miter-saw-tss103-139?
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Max cross cut on this saw is 4 1/4", so no go on the 5 1/4" base board unless you flip it. But this is a cool little saw that can be fairly useful to a home own with minimal storage like an apartment. You are limited to cutting 2x4s but it will cut most trim, common base molding (3 1/4"), chair rail, trim molding, etc. It would also work on "real" hardwood floor as those boards tend to be thinner (2" - 4") compared to engendered or laminate.

A 10" or 12" sliding miter saw would be the best, but they are heavy, cost a lot and take up a lot of room.
Yes, this little saw will work great for most of what a home owner needs to miter (regular baseboard, shoe mold, quarter round, thresholds, chair rail, window/door trim, brickmold, etc.). Larger stuff like framing materials, decking, and click flooring can usually be cut plenty accurately with a circular saw instead.

However, if taller baseboard or large crown is planned a larger saw would be needed.
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Not sure if you can still get it but Craftsman made a 7 1/4 battery powered slider which I love. Got a decent deal on it and have been happy. It's portable, tiny, and slides so you can cut a ton of stuff.
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I've been looking at this one and waiting for it to come on sale, but I managed to grab the 10 inch Makita cordless slider during clearance for $300.

Depending on your use case, purpose, and space, this may be a better idea for light duty use.

While I love the Makita, it is quite large and unwieldy and the only time I needed to use the slide function was for 6 inch plus boards.

I would totally pick this up if you're doing 2x4s and don't require the cutting capacity.
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Been waiting for this, having a little battery powered miter is very convenient for quick little project cuts like 2x4s, and for bigger cuts I just flip them over. Wish it had a lazer though..
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I've been looking at this one and waiting for it to come on sale, but I managed to grab the 10 inch Makita cordless slider during clearance for $300.

Depending on your use case, purpose, and space, this may be a better idea for light duty use.

While I love the Makita, it is quite large and unwieldy and the only time I needed to use the slide function was for 6 inch plus boards.

I would totally pick this up if you're doing 2x4s and don't require the cutting capacity.
I thought the 10" Makita slider was overkill, too. But then I found out that if you are building anything robust a slider really helps. I was able to cut 4x4 very accurately and cleanly. 2x6 for garden beds, no problem. I could build an entire mini house with just this slider if I wanted to.
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For my "skills" in wood work lol this one is more than enough for me. Plus I own 9AH battery I bought this year.
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With 7.25" blade, this saw would have very limited application that you likely need another miter saw down the road. The dual battery sliding miter from Ryobi had been on top of my wish list. Last month, you may get it for $270 new after discount which was a decent (though not the best) deal for it.
Even a slider in 7 1/4" would work for most DIY jobs.... and besides light weight, less power consumption, the blades are considerably cheaper. With all the modern tools, very few can turn out the quality our forefathers did with hand tools... and pretty quick at it.
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