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Dang, but want that double bevel.
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damn, wish this was the 716
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Also available at Home Depot for the same price for anyone interested.
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I just bought the Ryobi 10 inch sliding miter TSS103 for $179. Is this better than the Ryobi? Should i return and get this one?
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For what?
For me personally as a homeowner diyer, I don't need the double bevel very often but it does come in handy every now and then. I've only used it maybe a handful of times in all my years of projects (weird trim pieces). Having said that, I'd wait for a double bevel deal if I were in the market. If a double bevel sliding saw had a great deal, I'd probably buy it.
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For me personally as a homeowner diyer, I don't need the double bevel very often but it does come in handy every now and then. I've only used it maybe a handful of times in all my years of projects (weird trim pieces). Having said that, I'd wait for a double bevel deal if I were in the market. If a double bevel sliding saw had a great deal, I'd probably buy it.
I got the Dewalt miter saw 8" battery with double bevel. Weight 35lbs, can carry it with one hand. It will take care 90% of DYI task. The 12" is huge
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I bought it from Amazon. They have the same deal.

DEWALT 12-Inch Miter Saw, 15-Amp, Single Bevel, Compound (DWS715) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07P8QT...GXCG48KRBX
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Just a fyi, you can still use 10 inch blades on the 12 inch saws to save money. I have the 779 dewalt and after having it for 2 years I would actually get this or the 719. Dewalt sliding mechanism is meh compared to whats out there now. Lots of play but all sliders get play after a while. I use a cross cut sled now for wider stock so don't need the slider
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You can just flip the work piece so there's really no need for double bevel.
You're definitely right. Double bevel is a luxury, so is sliding
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Quote from TealSparrow167 :
You can just flip the work piece so there's really no need for double bevel.
It's not exactly the same scenario. First you have to do subtractive math on it that way which can be less accurate if you need a fine trim. If you have any sensitive pieces, you may not want a finished side to be pressed against the metal as you cut. Flipping boards and reversing angles also takes some extra mental math and labor.

Yes you can workaround those things, but a double-bevel is a feature that resolves all those. So, if you want simplicity and efficiency, then a double bevel is a very handy feature. It's one of those things you end up wishing you had.

Is it a "need"? No, but neither is a miter saw. You can always just use a hand-saw and a fixed saw guide right? Smilie
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