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RYOBI 10 Amp 7-1/4 -Inch Sliding Compound Mitre Saw - $99

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[Home Depot] RYOBI 10 Amp 7-1/4 -Inch Sliding Compound Mitre Saw - $99

Unadvertised, out of stock online, in store only. They could be clearing then out.

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Would this work for wood working hobby?
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DirtPoor wrote: Would this work for wood working hobby?
It's a saw, so yes.
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Aug 2, 2014
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7 1/4 is pretty small. I'd rather a 10" which is often in the 150-200 range on sale.
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alexrok wrote: 7 1/4 is pretty small. I'd rather a 10" which is often in the 150-200 range on sale.
sorry noob here. what does 7 1/4 means. is it the diameter for the blade?
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coolgk wrote: sorry noob here. what does 7 1/4 means. is it the diameter for the blade?
Yes, that's correct. But also keep in mind this is a sliding mitre saw allowing some bigger cuts than a normal non sliding 7 1/4
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Jul 13, 2009
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was about to post that 10" inch is only $28 more but then saw the sliding part.
is this a good tool to have for occasional use or a circular saw is better?
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dorje wrote: was about to post that 10" inch is only $28 more but then saw the sliding part.
is this a good tool to have for occasional use or a circular saw is better?
Good deal considering its compact if you're only going to be cutting 2x4 2x6. Etc.
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how hot is this deal? been looking for a miter saw
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I've got the 7 1/4" and the slider is not smooth at all. Wonder if it's a case of you get what you pay for.
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Aug 2, 2014
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Yes it's the diameter.

I will say that the sliding is a benefit like others have mentioned, but the max cut of 1.5" without using the slide is a bit of a red flag to me. I feel like a slightly larger saw will be infinitely more useful. I use my ryobi sliding 10" for so much more than I was able to use my smaller fixed non sliding and I can imagine the 7/14 will be limited in a similar manner.

I guess my point is, a slightly larger saw will be a lot more useful for a lot longer- and will be a hotter deal because you won't be buying twice. If you're cutting 2x4s and 2x6s which this seems to be aimed at, I think a circular saw would be a better choice until a more featured mitre saw is available. You might be able to do some trim work that a circular saw is less aimed toward, but that's the only benefit I see.
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Jan 4, 2010
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This is a good deal for house diy stuff. You can cut baseboards, floors, trims. I have been shopping on Kijiji and FB marketplace and the cheapest used sliding miter is $220+. 10 inch would be nice for bigger project, but i find it big and heavy to move around. You don’t really need the 10” to cut baseboards. And you want the sliding and the angle tilting ability, i wouldn’t buy the compound miter.
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Jordanferras wrote: any clue on the regular price of this item?
I believe it was $129 regular price.
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alexrok wrote: 7 1/4 is pretty small. I'd rather a 10" which is often in the 150-200 range on sale.
It's 128. I just checked

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