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Interesting that this saw is essentially the same weight as the 12" so, if you can afford it, you might want to just get the 12" version.

I've had the previous iteration of the 12" for the past few years and it is a pretty good saw and I generally like it. The stock blade is garbage though so budget for and expect to replace that. The blade being rubbish confuses me since Bosch owns Freud and while Freud uses fairly soft carbide, their blades are significantly better than the included blade.
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I prefer 10" version of this saw over 12" for any home DIYer looking for this.
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Interesting that this saw is essentially the same weight as the 12" so, if you can afford it, you might want to just get the 12" version.

I've had the previous iteration of the 12" for the past few years and it is a pretty good saw and I generally like it. The stock blade is garbage though so budget for and expect to replace that. The blade being rubbish confuses me since Bosch owns Freud and while Freud uses fairly soft carbide, their blades are significantly better than the included blade.
Try pricing the blades. 12" are about 3x more. Also, if you have a table saw it's probably 10" as well so you can interchange blades.
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Try pricing the blades. 12" are about 3x more. Also, if you have a table saw it's probably 10" as well so you can interchange blades.
Yup I always get 10" miter saws so I can just buy 1 size of blades to interchange with my table saw.
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10" saws have less blade deflection making them better for fine finish work
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Try pricing the blades. 12" are about 3x more. Also, if you have a table saw it's probably 10" as well so you can interchange blades.
I have a 12" tablesaw. :^D

That said, I wouldn't run a mitersaw blade on my tablesaw as the negative hook angle is undesirable on a tablesaw.


And for anyone complaining about blade deflection on a 12", there is FAR more deflection in the hinge/slide/whatever mechanism than the blade.

If you want a TIGHT precise saw, get a non-slider saw. The old Makita LS1040 is an EXTREMELY precise saw with nearly no play.
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Yup I always get 10" miter saws so I can just buy 1 size of blades to interchange with my table saw.
You don't have a rip blade on your table saw and a crosscut blade on your miter saw?
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You don't have a rip blade on your table saw and a crosscut blade on your miter saw?
You don't change blades on your saw? Depending on what wood I'm working with and what I'm doing I change blades all the time.
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I have a 12" tablesaw. :^D

That said, I wouldn't run a mitersaw blade on my tablesaw as the negative hook angle is undesirable on a tablesaw.


And for anyone complaining about blade deflection on a 12", there is FAR more deflection in the hinge/slide/whatever mechanism than the blade.

If you want a TIGHT precise saw, get a non-slider saw. The old Makita LS1040 is an EXTREMELY precise saw with nearly no play.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTQolAMubMU

Please watch this video.
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Quote from tCLOCK :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTQolAMubMU

Please watch this video.
Oh snap
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Stumpy doing a "Paid Promotion" isn't exactly an "Oh Snap" moment for a blade debate.

The danger of the types of blades IS an issue, but the durability, and quality of cut is the more pressing issue. The hook and T styles make a difference.

Also, using 1 blade for a miter, then a table saw and inter changing them is a pain in the ***.

I'm not going to use brad point on hardened steel... Blade quality, as well as type (even in overhyped, or overpriced blades like Diablo, or Ridge) have reasons for being different hook's or t-count..
Ok so make a rebuttal video and disprove his points.
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Wow way too much work... go ahead enjoy paid advertising. It all depends on how much you need quality and performance. Tools of trade vs all clad, there is a place for each.
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Edit:
For price reference, this has been available for less in the past.
Maybe wait for supply and demand to change situations again.

https://slickdeals.net/f/13892093-bosch-cm10gd-15-amp-corded-10-in-dual-bevel-sliding-glide-miter-saw-with-60-tooth-carbide-saw-blade-for-399-99?src=SiteSearchV2Algo1
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