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Ryobi One+ 18V Cordless 7-1/4" Compound Miter Saw $99

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Home Depot has Ryobi One+ 18V Compound Miter Saw for $99

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Can I put a blade on this if I take the cover off? Like the 10 or 12"
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No free electrostatic sprayer? …fail 😜
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Can I put a blade on this if I take the cover off? Like the 10 or 12"
The top half is a whole piece with the body. I don't think you can install a bigger blade easily
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No free electrostatic sprayer? …fail 😜
If you buy a Refurbed or Blemished P553 saw from Direct tools for $56 or $72, you'll get a free sprayer. https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com...=miter+saw

I personally would wait and see if they have a 'Free Ship' sale on Black Friday (or Cyber Monday).
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Quote from kekeke :
Can I put a blade on this if I take the cover off? Like the 10 or 12"
You in a hurry to lose your fingers or something?
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The top half is a whole piece with the body. I don't think you can install a bigger blade easily
There is a reason that guard is there. Wood dust, debris especially when u hit a knot is dangerous. I tend to look at the point the blade engages the cut. Would not recommend doing that without any type of guard or fear of being blinded by sawdust.
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There is a reason that guard is there. Wood dust, debris especially when u hit a knot is dangerous. I tend to look at the point the blade engages the cut. Would not recommend doing that without any type of guard or fear of being blinded by sawdust.
I'm not going to remove it even if it's removable. Just answer his question.
Thank you anyway for your kind suggestion. Safety is always the first.
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Quote from kekeke :
Can I put a blade on this if I take the cover off? Like the 10 or 12"
I have had this saw for a few years and see no way to put a larger blade on.
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Make sure you understand how limited this tool is in terms of lumber it will cut:
Basically just 2x4's: "Up to 2x4 cutting capacity and 4-1/4 in. cross cut capacity"
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Make sure you understand how limited this tool is in terms of lumber it will cut:
Basically just 2x4's: "Up to 2x4 cutting capacity and 4-1/4 in. cross cut capacity"
But it's perfect for most things a typical home owner is ever going to have to miter. Such as door and window trim, brickmolding, shoemold, quarter round, normal sized baseboards, small crown, picture frames, etc...

Framing materials can usually be cut accurately enough with a circular saw.
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The 10 inch sliding version is $179 right now and often sells for less. I'd get that instead if there is any chance that you will cut anything more than trim and molding (deck, porch, flooring?). The extra utility is easily worth it IMO.
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I love this miter saw. I've used it to cut 2x4s, bamboo flooring, door/window trim, etc. It also easily adjusts for horizontal and vertical angles.
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What a bummer .. The sliding version is not on sale ☹️
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How long the battery last on this?

I was thinking of getting a corded because I just don't see a battery last thing long and draining quickly
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