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[Summit tools] Bosch Dual glide 10 inch - $450

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Bosch Dual glide 10 inch - $450

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450
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31%
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Summit tools
Bosch 10 incher for $450. Sells for $650 at home depot and $729 at Rona and Lowes. If you're daring and lucky, you could even pricematch at the big 3 for an additional 10% off to be just over $400. The model # at summit tools say RBCM10GD but just CM10GD everywhere else so pricematch is not likely.

12 incher available too for $560.

Very well reviewed tool. Saves a lot of space in the workshop/garage due to its innovative arm design.

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Last edited by CDRoot on Jun 10th, 2021 7:43 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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The RB in front of the model number is just their code for Bosch. If you look at any of their other brands they do the same thing (eg. Milwaukee tools have ML in front of the regular number). HD might still not honour it but it's worth arguing.
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Still my dream mitre saw. I'm doing OK with the Rigid 10" sliding tho.
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razrsharp wrote: Still my dream mitre saw. I'm doing OK with the Rigid 10" sliding tho.
Haa that's the one I have too. I really want this bosch but I can't justify it.
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I was looking at this, really liked the compact sliding mechanism since it can get close to the wall.
But the 1 year warranty really sucks especially for the cost, so went with a Dewalt which offers 3 years.
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CDRoot wrote: Haa that's the one I have too. I really want this bosch but I can't justify it.
I waited forever for the Bosch to go on sale. When the Rigid deal came around, it was too good to pass up. It's nowhere near as good, but zero regrets though.
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razrsharp wrote: I waited forever for the Bosch to go on sale. When the Rigid deal came around, it was too good to pass up. It's nowhere near as good, but zero regrets though.
Actually I have the Ryobi one. It's been good to me mostly. It's not as accurate but since I squared it up, it's been fine. Can't go wrong with the Rigid warranty.
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Ryobi vs Rigid, if I want to start buying power tools which brand should I go with? I dont want a ton of different chargers. I already have a Bosch drill set but I dont want to continue with the Bosch brand (too expensive).

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Slawek wrote: Ryobi vs Rigid, if I want to start buying power tools which brand should I go with? I dont want a ton of different chargers. I already have a Bosch drill set but I dont want to continue with the Bosch brand (too expensive).

TIA
If you're a weekend warrior, Ryobi is pretty good. They have a huge selection of tools for an affordable cost.
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Amazing Miter saw, I have the 12 inch version GCM12SD and I love it. I've had a 7 1/2 inch Sliding Kobalt and the Makita Sliding 10 inch LS1017L.
Hard to describe just how smooth the gliding system feels, and saved over a foot compared to the Makita by propping it directly against the wall, even going from a 10 inch to the 12 inch Bosch.
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I just tried to price match with online chat, but they told me I have to call for the price match as they need to verify stock in store. So if you're going to price match try calling in.
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Good luck with the price match! I love Summit Tools, but they're hard to price match because they're behind the times when it comes to their website
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How is it to cut crown molding 4.5 or higher?
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I'm also trying to justify a change of saws.
I have the DeWalt 12" non-sliding saw now, so the Bosch would give me more width of cut, but less height
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raskal wrote: I'm also trying to justify a change of saws.
I have the DeWalt 12" non-sliding saw now, so the Bosch would give me more width of cut, but less height
Sliding one are heavy, if you want portable stick with compact one.
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CDRoot wrote: Bosch 10 incher for $450. Sells for $650 at home depot and $729 at Rona and Lowes. If you're daring and lucky, you could even pricematch at the big 3 for an additional 10% off to be just over $400. The model # at summit tools say RBCM10GD but just CM10GD everywhere else so pricematch is not likely.

12 incher available too for $560.

Very well reviewed tool. Saves a lot of space in the workshop/garage due to its innovative arm design.

I have one. Awesome saw. But heavy as hell. Not travel/mobile friendly.

Just happened to pair it with this stand. See thread I just created.

princess-auto-toughbuilt-universal-quic ... y-2470495/

Or for those in the TO area. Atlas has the T4B stand for $229. This stand is awesome.

https://www.atlas-machinery.com/T4B/
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paaji wrote: Sliding one are heavy, if you want portable stick with compact one.
A DeWalt 12" is also heavy. But portability is not a concern for me
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raskal wrote: A DeWalt 12" is also heavy. But portability is not a concern for me
Is it as heavy as OP's mom?

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