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RYOBI ONE+ HP 18V Brushless Cordless 10 in. Sliding Compound Miter Saw Kit with 4.0 Ah HIGH PERFORMANCE Battery and Charger PBLMS01K - $249.99

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11-25-2022 at 10:40 AM.
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Really good deal. I paid $221 for it in September after the return hack. This is dang near the same price if you keep the stand. Amazing deal if you don't need the stand and return.
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11-25-2022 at 10:43 AM.
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Quote from ohheyitspaul :
Really good deal. I paid $221 for it in September after the return hack. This is dang near the same price if you keep the stand. Amazing deal if you don't need the stand and return.
Buy this and return the saw using the old receipt.
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11-25-2022 at 10:47 AM.
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Quote from ohheyitspaul :
Really good deal. I paid $221 for it in September after the return hack. This is dang near the same price if you keep the stand. Amazing deal if you don't need the stand and return.
90 day return policy. Like the other suggested, you can return the new saw with the old receipt
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11-25-2022 at 10:53 AM.
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Buy this and return the saw using the old receipt.
Quote from BananaPeel09 :
90 day return policy. Like the other suggested, you can return the new saw with the old receipt
Good call! - Going to do this
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11-25-2022 at 11:08 AM.
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I also got this on the last deal and have used it quite a bit so far. Pretty powerful for battery powered. When I cut 2x12s you do have to cut a little slower and have a good sharp blade. Either score with multiple passes or slowly push thru the whole cut. If you try to cut too fast, it'll stop but quickly restarts with a handle release and restart. Very nice if you have a few extra Ryobi batteries. We finished a project and I had put the saw/stand back in our shed then decide to add an extra trim piece. I just took the trim piece and made the cut in the shed without setting up the stand or having to worry about power source (no electric in shed-so corded versions would have had to be brought out & setup)

on that previous deal, I paid 177 after tax. I ordered the stand at a different store than the saw. picked up the saw and immediately cancelled the stand. Got the refund back in 2 days.
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11-25-2022 at 11:09 AM.
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I guess if you're taking to a job site but i do not understand wireless stationary tools in a shop where you have outlets everywhere
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11-25-2022 at 11:16 AM.
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I guess if you're taking to a job site but i do not understand wireless stationary tools in a shop where you have outlets everywhere
Agreed. If I had a shop with it permanently setup up and outlets, I would definitely opt for a traditional plug in. Especially if you factor in that this saw really should be running off a higher ah battery and to have back ups could be costly vs just plugging in. Metabo makes a hybrid plug&and battery powered miter saw if someone wants the best of both worlds.
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11-25-2022 at 11:49 AM.
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Thanks OP, just bought one! Been eyeing this 10 inch cordless miter saw for a while!
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11-25-2022 at 11:53 AM.
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Quote from jeff44jeff :
I also got this on the last deal and have used it quite a bit so far. Pretty powerful for battery powered. When I cut 2x12s you do have to cut a little slower and have a good sharp blade. Either score with multiple passes or slowly push thru the whole cut. If you try to cut too fast, it'll stop but quickly restarts with a handle release and restart. Very nice if you have a few extra Ryobi batteries. We finished a project and I had put the saw/stand back in our shed then decide to add an extra trim piece. I just took the trim piece and made the cut in the shed without setting up the stand or having to worry about power source (no electric in shed-so corded versions would have had to be brought out & setup)

on that previous deal, I paid 177 after tax. I ordered the stand at a different store than the saw. picked up the saw and immediately cancelled the stand. Got the refund back in 2 days.
I had the same experience but you seem OK with it whereas I am not. Not only does it stall out on every cut (except for a direct cross cut on relatively dry board), but I also notice a lot of blade wobble on the miter cut - it leaves a significant wave edge on those cuts. It also just feels weak and is light to the touch - attaching the edges is also a big pita.

This is supposed to cut a 4x6? No way.

I was told buying a higher capacity battery and a better blade would help, but that's bogus that it can't operate with what it's sent with? If I buy a bigger battery and a new blade now I'm adding enough cost where it approaches what I paid on the DeWalt 12" slider ($250)
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11-25-2022 at 01:03 PM.
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Quote from alchemista :
I had the same experience but you seem OK with it whereas I am not. Not only does it stall out on every cut (except for a direct cross cut on relatively dry board), but I also notice a lot of blade wobble on the miter cut - it leaves a significant wave edge on those cuts. It also just feels weak and is light to the touch - attaching the edges is also a big pita.

This is supposed to cut a 4x6? No way.

I was told buying a higher capacity battery and a better blade would help, but that's bogus that it can't operate with what it's sent with? If I buy a bigger battery and a new blade now I'm adding enough cost where it approaches what I paid on the DeWalt 12" slider ($250)
Where'd you get a Dewalt 10" cordless slider?

I knew they did a 7-1/4" and I think a 12", but it's nowhere near $150'ish.


This Ryobi saw isn't for everyone, that's for sure. But if you're already committed to the Ryobi system, an at-home DIY'er who's not using it every day like a contractor would, or just need something a little more portable from time to time, it's a good solution.

The saw + batteries is normally $399 (MSRP) and usually on sale for $300-350. To get both for $250 is a pretty sweet deal.

Now, my use case is trim boards, fencing, maybe the occasional 4x4 or 2x12, but again, I'm coming from a DIY standpoint. If I was a contractor or handyman, I'd never even give this a look.
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11-25-2022 at 02:14 PM.
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Where'd you get a Dewalt 10" cordless slider?

I knew they did a 7-1/4" and I think a 12", but it's nowhere near $150'ish.


This Ryobi saw isn't for everyone, that's for sure. But if you're already committed to the Ryobi system, an at-home DIY'er who's not using it every day like a contractor would, or just need something a little more portable from time to time, it's a good solution.

The saw + batteries is normally $399 (MSRP) and usually on sale for $300-350. To get both for $250 is a pretty sweet deal.

Now, my use case is trim boards, fencing, maybe the occasional 4x4 or 2x12, but again, I'm coming from a DIY standpoint. If I was a contractor or handyman, I'd never even give this a look.
12" was about $250-260 after a recent hack deal. Add $20 for a good blade and $50+ on a higher capacity battery to this and you're getting close to an excellent 12" dewalt slider.

So, if this device can't perform at it's $145/165 price, then I think you should add the cost of a blade and a higher capacity battery to even consider this, and then suddenly it's not a very good deal.
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11-25-2022 at 02:39 PM.
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12" was about $250-260 after a recent hack deal. Add $20 for a good blade and $50+ on a higher capacity battery to this and you're getting close to an excellent 12" dewalt slider.

So, if this device can't perform at it's $145/165 price, then I think you should add the cost of a blade and a higher capacity battery to even consider this, and then suddenly it's not a very good deal.
You must be referring to the 12" corded Dewalt + stand if you're referring to it being hackable. I'm pretty sure it's still available if that's a better fit for you. But the 12" Dewalt battery operated model is closer to $800, and downtimes $500-600 on sale with no stand.

If you're looking for a $150'ish corded saw, there are a ton of options. But to find a battery operated 10" (not a 7-1/4") with a battery / charger is much harder.

I sold my Dewalt DWS779 (12" corded miter saw) because it was 55 lbs and an unwieldy mf to use when I needed it. I kept the stand, so now all I need is a new saw - this is perfect for me, since I've already got a dozen 4AH batteries. Even if I need to buy a new blade for $30'ish, and to be sub-$200 all in on a 10" 18V saw is a slick deal, IMO.

But again, it's not everyone's use case. I'm not trying to plow through 2x12s all day, or build cabinets in my garage. I can afford to take an extra 10 seconds to cut through a board, 2-3x a year for $400'ish in cost savings (and not having to get into another battery tool system).

YMMV.
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11-25-2022 at 03:07 PM.
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I guess if you're taking to a job site but i do not understand wireless stationary tools in a shop where you have outlets everywhere
I had the 7 1/4" cordless and after a while, it donned on me that I don't need cordless power tools since I use them all in my garage...ended up selling that miter saw and the cordless power just crapped out cutting red oak.

Definitely if portability was in the mix, the cordless variations are great though. The guy I sold the cordless miter saw to couldn't believe how light it was when he picked it up.
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11-25-2022 at 03:22 PM.
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Can this cut a 4x4 with one pass?
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