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RYOBI 15 Amp 10-Inch Sliding Compound Mitre Saw $188 after coupon

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[Home Depot] RYOBI 15 Amp 10-Inch Sliding Compound Mitre Saw $188 after coupon

Was in the market for a mitre saw after some failed attempts at a project trying to do 30 degree bevel cuts with a circular saw. Needless to say, the circular saw just wasnt cutting it. After some quick research I found this Ryobi mitre saw that seemed like a good deal.

Its marked down from $259 for $198 but you can apply the $10 off in store subscription coupon code to bring the price down to $188. This is a great price point for a 10" sliding mitre saw and is more in the ball park of non-sliding 10" compound mitres.

Model # TSS103 Store SKU # 1001238260

RYOBI introduces the 15 Amp 10 -Inch Sliding Mitre Saw. Designed to perform angled cuts up to 45° on 8 -Inch boards, this 15 Amp 10 -Inch Sliding Mitre Saw includes an LED cutline indicator for more accurate cuts. Perfect for cutting common crown molding angles, the quick action lever allows users to override any of the preset stops to easily lock in any angle. Backed by the RYOBI 3-Year Manufacturer's Warranty, this Sliding Mitre Saw includes a laser, a 10 -Inch carbide tipped blade, table extensions, a work clamp, a blade wrench, a dust bag, and an operator's manual.

Heavy-duty 15 Amp motor to easily cut through larger material
Trigger lockout, for added safety
Increased table size for additional material support
LED cutline indicator
Maximum crosscut dimensions: 90° - 3-1/2 -Inch x 12 -Inch, 45° - 2 -Inch x 8 -Inch
Sliding head provides maximum capacity for up to 12 -Inch wide boards at vertical bevel
Includes (1) 15 Amp sliding compound miter saw, (1) 10 -Inch carbide-tipped blade, 1 work clamp, 1 blade wrench and 1 dust bag


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very good find! i use ryobi myself but i got the 7" kobalt for 109 and its pretty good already to cut my stone project

if i can rewind i would buy 10" saw instead of 7 1/4"
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good deal on a good tool.
been using a ryobi sliding compound saw for about 10 yrs now. other than the laser guide breaking off, its been solid.
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Good deal for a decent tool.

Definitely go for a 10" if you can over a 7 1/4".

I was just in the market for a miter saw until I was gifted an old one by my dad. Put a new blade on it and it's good enough now but I wish it had some of the newer features like the nicer fence, extra clamp and you know, not rusted in a bunch of places, haha.
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EvanFBC wrote: How useful is a dual bevel?
After doing craploads of baseboards and crown mouldings... i'd say very.
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gatander wrote: I have been happy with my Kobalt Mitre Saw 7 1/4 that goes on sale twice a year from Lowers for $99.99.

https://www.lowes.ca/product/mitre-saws ... 5lw-857240

Not saying that the Kobalt is a better saw, just letting people know about another deal that might pop up occasionally for a lower price.
Agreed, this is another great deal. It will come down to the intended usage. If the smaller blade will be sufficient, this would be the way to go. Most of my research found that 10" will be pretty much all youll need for anything a home owner will throw at it. Most people that need 12" are doing this for a living
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Make sure your cuts square and that you can rotate the fence enough if it doesn't.

I have several Ryobi saws and planer, but seems like nothing is straight, flat or square, and sometimes they can't be adjusted to be either.
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devil2k wrote: Make sure your cuts square and that you can rotate the fence enough if it doesn't.

I have several Ryobi saws and planer, but seems like nothing is straight, flat or square, and sometimes they can't be adjusted to be either.
Looks like you can adjust the fence on it to get it square
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This thing is OOS @ all HD close to me.
Basically I would have to order it online for $198 so it is a YMMV deal.
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govas19 wrote: This thing is OOS @ all HD close to me.
Basically I would have to order it online for $198 so it is a YMMV deal.
How is the ability to order it online at the sale price a YMMV?
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CaptainCrash wrote: How is the ability to order it online at the sale price a YMMV?
Online sale price is $198.
The op put it at $188 with a $10 store discount which does not apply to online orders. Hence the YMMV for the extra $10.
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govas19 wrote: Online sale price is $198.
The op put it at $188 with a $10 store discount which does not apply to online orders. Hence the YMMV for the extra $10.
So really the deal is $198 with a YMMV coupon. Still a good deal without it
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CaptainCrash wrote: So really the deal is $198 with a YMMV coupon. Still a good deal without it
There you go.
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What do you do for a stand for this or kobalt?
Presumably all that's needed for trim and casing?
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Not sure how the 10$ off is YMMV, when it is on the website. Already subscribed? Make a new email if you want the $10 off.
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azn_dan wrote: Not sure how the 10$ off is YMMV, when it is on the website. Already subscribed? Make a new email if you want the $10 off.
In-store only. Not all Home Depots have stock so YMMV.
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audi_rs wrote: Looks like you can adjust the fence on it to get it square
Yes you can, but on mine I've rotated as much as it possibly could go but it's still not square.
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I purchased a ryobi mitre saw last winter and finally got around to unboxing it a couple of months ago. FWIW I was shocked at how rickety it seemed right out of the box... the price was decent though.

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