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[Lowe's] Metabo 10inch Miter Saw $129 -$10 off w/newsletter signup

Metabo/hitachi miter saw 10 inch.

$129 but can be $119 at Lowes sign up for the newsletter, using the dot trick with your gmail works as well for an extra
$10 off

Also $129 at amazon. Has really good reviews
https://www.amazon.ca/Metabo-HPT-C10FCG ... s=1&sr=8-5
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Newbie
Sep 18, 2007
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Thank you! I had been looking at jigsaws as a budget way to cut some wood, but this is what I actually want!
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Oct 16, 2018
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clottedcream wrote: Thank you! I had been looking at jigsaws as a budget way to cut some wood, but this is what I actually want!
Reviews are not the best.
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Lookingfordeals911 wrote: Reviews are not the best.
Reviews are exactly what I would expect for a low priced tool. Some unhappy folks, but lots of positive reviews as well.
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Oct 16, 2018
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rkjredflag wrote: Reviews are exactly what I would expect for a low priced tool. Some unhappy folks, but lots of positive reviews as well.
Would this be able to cut let's say a 4 x4?
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Lookingfordeals911 wrote: Would this be able to cut let's say a 4 x4?
I think a 10” blade will typically do a 3.5” deep cut, which should just barely get you through a 4x4 nominal post in a single pass at 90 degrees. Most would probably recommend a 12” if you are doing a lot of 4x4s though.

I’ve done 4x4s on my 7-1/4” saw, but it’s a bit of a pain since it takes multiple passes. It’s passable for an occasional cut.
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Jun 7, 2016
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Thanks OP picked one up from Amazon, according to CCC it is at its lowest price right now.
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Nov 8, 2007
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Ottawa
My neighbor bought one a while ago and said its good as a cheap cutting tool for framing, docks, garden bed, etc. but buy another one for finishing stuff for that goes in your house.
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Jul 20, 2011
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GTA
non-sliding 10 inch, cut ability limited, but for this price it's fine.
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May 7, 2007
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Peterborough
I bought one last year. It's rebranded Hitachi. Works great. Used it on 5 major renovations. Just make sure you have an assortment of blades for specific materials. I also have a 12" for bigger jobs.

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