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Ryobi 15-Amp 10" Sliding Compound Miter Saw w/ Cutline Indicator (Refurbished) EXPIRED

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Direct Tools Outlet has Ryobi 15-Amp 10" Sliding Compound Miter Saw with LED Cutline Indicator (Refurbished, ZRTSS103) for $89.99. Shipping is a flat rate $9.99.

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Includes:
  • ZRTSS103T Miter Saw with LED
  • 40-Tooth Carbide-Tipped Blade
  • Table Extensions
  • Work Clamp
  • Blade Wrench
  • Dust Bag
  • Operator's Manual
Features:
  • 15 Amp, 4600 RPM motor with 12 in. Cross Cut Capacity
  • Includes: 10 in. 40-Tooth Carbide Tipped Blade and Accessories
  • LED Cutline Indicator provide improved cut accuracy
  • Sliding head provides maximum capacity for up to 12 in. cross cut
  • Miter stops located at the most common crown molding angles 0°, 15°, 22.5°, 31.6°, and 45° left and right for quick cut settings
  • Miter Detent Override: Quick action lever bypasses miter detent index points with one simple motion
  • Machined cast-in miter scale for accurate table alignment
  • Electric brake stops the blade in seconds
  • Spindle lock for easy single wrench blade changes
  • Extended miter range from 47° left and right to accommodate a wide variety of cuts
  • Fixed Dust Port maintains the ideal position to optimize dust collection efficiencies for both plunge and sliding cuts
  • 1-1/4 in. dust port provides connection to standard dust collection systems to help keep work area clean
  • Horizontal "D" handle for improved comfort

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    • This price is $80 lower (47% savings) than the list price of $169.99.
  • About this product:
    • 1-Year Reconditioned Warranty
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RYOBI 15 Amp 10 In. Sliding Compound Miter Saw with LED Cutline Indicator (Factory Reconditioned) is $89.99 at Direct Tools Factory Outlet.

https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com...t/ZRTSS103
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lenser asked this question on 01-13-2022 at 10:17 AM
01-13-2022 at 10:17 AM
Is your Chicago one sliding?
inquisitive asked this question on 01-13-2022 at 10:31 AM
01-13-2022 at 10:31 AM
No, but that is one use for it. Search online for miter saw.... You'll see other uses.
phoenixgck asked this question on 01-13-2022 at 10:41 AM
01-19-2022 at 04:26 AM
With a dry cut diamond blade that will cost about as much or more than the saw, it will cut porcelain tile with a lot of dust, but a wet saw is a much better option. The Ridgid 7" wet saw with stand and an extra blade was like $170 when on sale. A decent 10" wet saw will be considerably more money.
pootytang66 asked this question on 01-31-2022 at 11:26 AM

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I bought this last time the deal came around, and my saw arrived in a large box with no protection whatsoever. I was on a trip at the time and the box sat outside for a few days and got rained on. Even so, once I let the saw dry out for a couple of days I had a look and it was in very good condition, with only a couple of scratches on the aluminum table surface.

I looked up a couple of Youtube videos on how to calibrate a miter saw, bought a carpenter square on amazon for $8, and checked on the blade alignment. I found the miter 0 degree angle was perfect, but the bevel was a bit off. Thankfully they make both the miter angle and bevel angle easily adjusted, so after a few iterations of adjusting and checking I was able to get my saw nice and square.

Here's the video I ended up using to check the fence-to-blade alignment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aB-QJ1B6toY

Although it did take a bit of extra work to get the saw set up, I think it was an excellent deal and I've already used it to build the Ana White garage shelves and used the sliding feature to cut a 10" wide shelf to length for the laundry room. The LED blade shadow feature is really cool, and I found it to be accurate. I will say the dust extraction port is pretty much useless, so you may want to do your cutting outside to avoid getting sawdust everywhere, as it ejects a lot of dust at high speed. I haven't tried cutting any bevels or non-90 degree angles yet, so I don't yet know how accurate the detents are.
Was $78 last week. Almost all the reviews I could find were that it is poorly packaged when shipped leading to misaligned blades which is a no-go for me. If you have a store near you, its worth checking out in person but delivery is a problem with these "factory reconditioned" items. Note, this is not "factory blemished" which is almost always brand new.
Not a bad saw, got one last time and it was thrown into a box and shipped without any packing material.
It survived ok, guess it is a well built saw.

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Not a bad saw, got one last time and it was thrown into a box and shipped without any packing material.
It survived ok, guess it is a well built saw.
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In for one!
Been waiting for a deal on a 10" sliding miter saw. Thanks!
Can finally knock out a couple projects around the house that have been waiting.
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Was $78 last week. Almost all the reviews I could find were that it is poorly packaged when shipped leading to misaligned blades which is a no-go for me. If you have a store near you, its worth checking out in person but delivery is a problem with these "factory reconditioned" items. Note, this is not "factory blemished" which is almost always brand new.
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bought, but concerned since factory recon and not blemished
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any free shipping codes?
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Good for what it is, I owned one and upgraded to a 12" dewalt sliding miter saw. There was too much play and flexibility in the ryobi and it was hard to get consistent 45% cuts for framing.
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Bought this last time it was this price. Arrived in an extra large cardboard box, on its side, in the driveway, with no packaging whatsoever. Somehow it was still in near perfect condition (one small scratch). Works great, and I'm very happy about it. This poor shipping seems pretty common from what I've read, but often product is alright. I'd read into the warranty and return policy before buying. Great deal if it turns out well for you. Good luck!
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Was $78 last week. Almost all the reviews I could find were that it is poorly packaged when shipped leading to misaligned blades which is a no-go for me. If you have a store near you, its worth checking out in person but delivery is a problem with these "factory reconditioned" items. Note, this is not "factory blemished" which is almost always brand new.
I bought this last time, reconditioned. As others have mentioned, it was just thrown in a big box without any protective packaging. However, it fit fairly securely in the box; very little wiggle room. I don't see how the way it was packaged & shipped would cause misaligned blades. It's possible of course, but I suspect the misalignment is just inherent to this low cost harry homeowner model, because reviews for brand new ones mention how the angle stops (e.g., 45 degree) as well as the 90 degree aren't exact. But for most homeowner projects the minor imprecision isn't something to fret over. You can work around it.
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I bought this last time the deal came around, and my saw arrived in a large box with no protection whatsoever. I was on a trip at the time and the box sat outside for a few days and got rained on. Even so, once I let the saw dry out for a couple of days I had a look and it was in very good condition, with only a couple of scratches on the aluminum table surface.

I looked up a couple of Youtube videos on how to calibrate a miter saw, bought a carpenter square on amazon for $8, and checked on the blade alignment. I found the miter 0 degree angle was perfect, but the bevel was a bit off. Thankfully they make both the miter angle and bevel angle easily adjusted, so after a few iterations of adjusting and checking I was able to get my saw nice and square.

Here's the video I ended up using to check the fence-to-blade alignment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aB-QJ1B6toY

Although it did take a bit of extra work to get the saw set up, I think it was an excellent deal and I've already used it to build the Ana White garage shelves and used the sliding feature to cut a 10" wide shelf to length for the laundry room. The LED blade shadow feature is really cool, and I found it to be accurate. I will say the dust extraction port is pretty much useless, so you may want to do your cutting outside to avoid getting sawdust everywhere, as it ejects a lot of dust at high speed. I haven't tried cutting any bevels or non-90 degree angles yet, so I don't yet know how accurate the detents are.
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i have this, works generally well, not very accurate on the angles though but does a good enough job to install laminate flooring.
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Not a bad saw, got one last time and it was thrown into a box and shipped without any packing material.
It survived ok, guess it is a well built saw.
Mine was shipped with lots of packing materials. Actually the packing materials doubled the whole weight.

The saw works well, but it is pretty long with sliding rods behind. Not a good option in garage.
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Homedepot has this new on sale at near the all time lowest price ($179)

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../306939218
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I bought the smaller version and was worried about the packaging after reading some of the reviews here. It was thrown in the box but did have some shredded cardboard and some padding in there with it. Turned out OK for me. Other than it being cheaper now ...
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