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

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pooper wrote: I would personally not go for anything less than 10" sliding dual bevel with laser or led guide. Rigid make a decent good value one.
If you plan on doing lots of trim, dual bevel is super important to avoid frustration.
I would agree. Though depends on what he plans on doing, what their budget is, do they plan on moving it often.
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engineered wrote: I would agree. Though depends on what he plans on doing, what their budget is, do they plan on moving it often.
Yeah I agree, although buying the single bevel for a small job, THEN trying to do miters a year later on it, you know, because you think you have a saw that will do the job........ which it does..... sorta......measuring inside and outsides, doing the math in your head, adjusting, measuring, cutting, scrapping, re cutting :D
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stealth wrote: Depends what you use it for.
I rarely use my circular saw…just if I’m cutting plywood or something.

But I’ve used my mitre saw for lots of hardwood flooring and framing jobs.
A small mitre saw is useful for most hardwood flooring and some laminate. Framing? I guess if time is not a problem then yes you could use it for that as well. Unfortunately my clients wouldn't be happy with how much I'd have to charge if I used a mitre saw.
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Is this sufficient for floor change project ?
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DrunkCPU wrote: Do I need a smaller one if I already have a 12"? Tempted to buy......
I have a 12" Dewalt and a Kobalt (Lowe's brand) 7-1/4" slider. Set up properly and using a quality fine tooth blade, the little 7-1/4" does a good job. If I have to trim out a room using MDF, I'll bring the 7-1/4 with me, because the Dewalt weighs as much as a Civic and takes up almost as much room.
If I need to cut larger material such as decking, I'll bring the Dewalt along.
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krypton wrote: Is this sufficient for floor change project ?
Hardwood, yes. Laminate, you may have to flip the board to complete the cut. It's not a big deal, because the end cut will be under quarter round or baseboard.

You'll still need a jigsaw, though.
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eforblue wrote: how is the 10-Inch Compound Mitre Saw ($128) compare to this 7-1/4 -Inch Sliding Compound Mitre Saw?
It looks good online but when you get hands on it in the store it feels very cheap. The arm has lots of play side to side. It’s very minimalist and basic and the actual bevel indicator is adjustable meaning there is room for error. Don’t get me wrong, if I needed a saw for a few small framing projects I would’ve picked it up, but I spent a little bit extra on something that felt significant higher quality. I had a little bit bigger project to tackle. I am a big Ryobi guy, all my power tools with exception to the Mitre saw are Ryobi. I found a good deal on a used Dewalt mitre saw with a newer diablo blade so I snagged that instead.

My brother bought the 7-1/4 sliding a couple years back and regrets not just getting a standard 10” as the sliding use is limited for most basic diy people
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This will work for 99% of people. An added bonus the blade replacement is cheap.
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What re people's thoughts on the 10 inch sliding mitre saw from Home depot? the one for $199?
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What will be a better 10inch mitre saw to get? I am looking to build some raised garden beds this summer.
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eforblue wrote: What will be a better 10inch mitre saw to get? I am looking to build some raised garden beds this summer.
What else will you use it for?

Anything will get you through that job and much more.
Comes down to how often you will use it and if you need a bigger blade for cutting thicker material.
“Better” sometimes is intangible if it isn’t fully utilized.
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I got one. Thanks OP. I need to cut some 1x6’s for shelving
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Gave my 10" slider to my brother in law and picked up this saw. Covers 90% of the cuts I need. Other 10% grab the square and a skilsaw.
Huge difference in size compared to my old 10".

Great quality btw, it's small size seriously helps deflection, and it's accurate.
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I bought the 15A, 10" version of this a couple of weeks ago, for $199 +tax, and a better 60T blade to put on it.

It was for one job. I'm happy with it for the price, and for how often I will use it in the future.
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This is on a red tag liquidation at St-Constant for 69$
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7 1/4" is not big enough.

10" is nice and not heavy.

We try the 7 1/4" and it not work good for us.

When 10", make sure the slide is not sloppy. Some low end 10" slide is very sloppy.

We have good luck with the Bosch.
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It’s also $99 online as well
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Smartchen wrote: It’s also $99 online as well
Also don’t forget 1.15% cash back from GCR
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krazykanuck wrote: This is on a red tag liquidation at St-Constant for 69$

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Wow...that is cheap! Anyone else see a similar deal in the GTA?
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MikuGirl wrote: 7 1/4" is not big enough.

10" is nice and not heavy.

We try the 7 1/4" and it not work good for us.

When 10", make sure the slide is not sloppy. Some low end 10" slide is very sloppy.

We have good luck with the Bosch.
Of course you'd have good luck with the Bosch, its about 4 times the price Face With Tears Of Joy

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