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15 Amp Corded Electric 10 in. Compound Miter Saw with Quick-Mount System and Laser

  • Left/right lock-off switch for both right and left-handed users
  • Die cast aluminum fence with ruler markings for accurate cutting
  • Laser cutline guide for fast and accurate cuts
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Product Overview

Compact yet powerful, this 10 in. miter saw is an ideal entry level saw for a beginning workshop. The Quick Mount System lets you mount the saw on the stand in 3 easy steps so you can spend less time with setup and more time on your project. Nine positive stops for quick and accurate settings of common miter angles. Dust bag helps keep work area clean.

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Price
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Ratings
(41)
(39)
(10)
(10)
Miter Saw TypeCompoundSliding CompoundSliding CompoundSliding Compound
Cordless/ CordedCordedCordedCordedCorded
Bevel TypeSingle BevelSingle BevelDual BevelDual Bevel
Power Tool FeaturesElectric Brake,Laser Guide,Positive StopsElectric Brake,Laser Guide,Lockout Power Switch,Positive StopsDust Collection,Laser Guide,Positive StopsDust Collection,Laser Guide,Positive Stops
Maximum Cutting Thickness (in.)3.5123.53.5
Blade Diameter (in.)10 in10 in12 in12 in
Included AccessoriesLaser GuideLaser GuideBag,Blade(s),Clamp,Laser Guide,Side ExtensionBag,Blade(s),Clamp,Laser Guide,Side Extension
Cuts Through Nylon,PVC,Plastic,WoodNylon,PVC,Plastic,Wood
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
19
Product Height (in.)
16
Product Width (in.)
20
Table Length (in.)
18
Table Width (in.)
8

Details

45 Degree Crosscut Capacity Maximum
2x4" dimensional lumber
90 Degree Crosscut Capacity Maximum - Left
4x4" or 2x6"dimensional lumber
90 Degree Crosscut Capacity Maximum - Right
4x4" or 2x6"dimensional lumber
Amperage (amps)
15
Arbor Size
0.625
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Compound Miter Saw
Bevel Type
Single Bevel
Blade Diameter (in.)
10 in
Color Family
Red
Condition
New
Cord Length (ft.)
6
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Dust Collection Method
Bag
Included Accessories
Laser Guide
Maximum Cutting Thickness (in.)
3.5
Maximum Degree Bevel Cuts - Left
47
Maximum Degree Bevel Cuts - Right
0
Maximum Degree Miter Cuts - Left
45
Maximum Degree Miter Cuts - Right
45
Maximum miter capacity
45
Maximum Speed (rpm)
5000
Miter Saw Type
Compound
No Tool Blade Change
No
Portability
Bench
Power Tool Features
Electric Brake,Laser Guide,Positive Stops
Product Weight (lb.)
25
Reconditioned
No
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
3 Year Limited Warranty, with registration

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.3
    out of 41 reviews
  • 79% recommend this product
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Mine developed some problems
Cuts well, the laser line is convenient. Note that the '10 inch' refers to the blade diameter (I guess); you can't cut anything bigger than a 2x6 with this saw. I personally found the safety on the handle occasionally inconvenient, as some pieces are easier to cut if you can retract the guard with your right thumb (which I can no longer do with this saw), but I think that's probably a minority opinion. However, this saw developed a couple of problems within a year of my getting it. First, the diecast aluminum fence warped slightly over time, probably because of inadequate strain relief (annealing) in the manufacturing process. Where the left and right fence were initially aligned, the fence casting contracted over time so that they are now about 2/3 of a degree out of plane with one another, and some unknown amount out of square with the blade. No longer possible to cut a square end to something without first figuring out which half of the fence to use (and they may both be off). Second, the laser guide got knocked out of line somehow so that it now points a couple of degrees to the left of the actual cut. It may be possible to fix it somehow, but why would it get out of line in the first place?
by bbartlog
  • DIY
16 people found this helpful
Complete package
This miter saw is perfect for a home workshop saw that has the features needed for home projects. It's lightweight so it would be easy to move around if you need to, but can be bolted down onto your workbench if you want it stablized. It ripped through it's first project with ease, cutting fast and sharp without splintering up the wood, the miter settings are easy to use and it has detentes for common cuts. The blade was easy to control with very little friction allowing for precise control (useful for a check cut, but typically you're ripping all the way through anyway) The cutting surface has grooves cut into it to keep your work sliding around on the aluminum plate. The laser was pre-calibrated on mine so I didn't have to adjust it, lining up dead center of the cut. I am frequently of the opinion that it's worth buying quality in tools, and I wouldn't classify this as cheap, it's solidly built and I don't suspect it'll be falling apart through any of my moderate-heavy home usage (I couldn't say for work-site level usage). Yet it's priced like a cheaper no-name brand saw.
by Kellen
  • DIY
  • Recommended Product
13 people found this helpful
Daily use mitre saw at a value
The packaging for the saw appears to be sufficient. The box was in tact and the saw unit was encased in foam (see image). Very minimal assembly is required for several of the add on parts (see image). It should take 5 minutes or less to snap the parts on or thread them in. The saw unit itself is built well and has been reliable thus far. The unit is light weight and easy to move around when moving from project to project. The compound mitre abilities come in handy when working with trim or multiple angled cuts. It is nice to have an option to lay the flat side of trim/molding material down when making the cut to ensure the cut true. The 9 common stops make for quick adjustments and true straight, left angle, and right angle cuts at common angles. The provided rough cut blade works well for rough cuts but it is just that - a rough cut blade. Finish work will require 40+ tooth blade. Blade changes are not tool-less but not complicated either. The laser line is accurate with the understanding that(at least in my case) it is always aligned to have the drop off on the right side (see image). Take notice as to where the teeth of the blade land on the material prior to cutting. The horizontal clamping system does work and is a great safety addition for making cuts in 4x4's. I would likely not use the clamping system if I was trimming out a room or making a lot of cuts as it takes more time to thread in the clamp that it does to simply hold a small piece of material in place. The the extended fence does not line up flush against the fence on the base (see image). This is not a major issue but beware, if you hold the material up against the extended fence it could throw the angle of the cut off by a few degrees. This can be avoided by ensuring the material is flat against the fence on the aluminum base. The small metal guide that holds the dust bag up broke off from the tension ring that attaches to the back of the saw (see image). This causes the dust collecting bag to sag down and likely blocks some of the dust from making it into the bag. I am not sure if the damage occurred in shipment, while in my possession, or if it was faulty but find it is a minor flaw. I have removed the collecting bag as I have found the dust chute works best with an active dust collector/shop vac, not a passive bag.
by schlafe
  • DIY
  • Recommended Product
23 people found this helpful
Great chop saw....
Great chop saw.
by Shima
  • Verified Purchase
This saw meets all the expectations. Highly recommend
This saw meets all the expectations. Highly recommend
by Larrs
  • Verified Purchase
  • Recommended Product
4 Star Review
Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by Gabriel
  • Verified Purchase
I am giving 1 star because the laser lens gets clogged after the first cut of pressure treated lu...
I am giving 1 star because the laser lens gets clogged after the first cut of pressure treated lumber, and because of that the red line does not exist anymore until I use a brush to clean it. I don't know if other users are having the same problem, but I didn't have this issue with my previous miter saw (Craftsman).
by Edu
  • Verified Purchase
Excellent value for the money. Quite versatile. ...
Excellent value for the money. Quite versatile.
by Washer
  • Verified Purchase
Very good for all kinds of projects around the house
Very good for all kinds of projects around the house
by Ed
  • Verified Purchase
  • Recommended Product
First time using this saw, I went to change the blade and the bolt was so tight, I couldn't remov...
First time using this saw, I went to change the blade and the bolt was so tight, I couldn't remove it. I stripped several bits in the process. I returned this and purchased a Rigid product from Home Depot which I am very pleased with.
by eddie
  • Verified Purchase
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