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27.75 in. Adjustable Angle Clamping Miter Box with 22 in. Saw

$3799
  • Easy angle adjustment and slip resistant grip
  • Quick cam clamp holds material for accuracy
  • Saw with induction-hardened teeth included
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Product Overview

The Stanley Clamping Miter Box with Saw is designed to easily make precision cuts in wood. It features simple angle adjustment for most applications and a slip-resistant grip for comfort and control. The box comes with a saw that has induction-hardened teeth for a longer cutting life.
  • Simple angle adjustment for most applications
  • Induction-hardened teeth for longer cutting life
  • Makes precision cuts in wood
  • Slip-resistant grip for maximum comfort and control
  • Saw included
  • Clamping action



  • California residents

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27.75 in. Adjustable Angle Clamping Miter Box with 22 in. Saw

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
24
Product Length (in.)
27.75
Product Width (in.)
8.7

Details

Features
Saw Included
Hand Tool Type
Miter Box
Individual/Set
Individual
Number of Pieces
2
Product Weight (lb.)
8
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
n/a

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.1
    out of 352 reviews
  • 86% recommend this product
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Useless—buy different brand
I bought this new. The metal saw guides are not 90° to the base, resulting in crooked cuts every time. There is no adjustment for squaring the guides. Badly engineered. I tried using 0.025” thick aluminum shims to get close. See photos. Buy a powered miter saw instead and avoid this brand like the plague. Also bought a B&D Workmate and it too was badly made.
by Stanley miter saw
Response from CSJul 2, 2021
Thank you for providing your feedback on this unit. I am sorry to hear of the issue you are having. I'd like to speak to you about this issue. If you are interested in speaking with me I can be reached by email at wecare@sbdinc.com and reference case # 13497845.Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you STANLEY BLACK AND DECKER Customer Care
    Poor Quality - Out of Square
    I thought this would be an upgrade to the yellow plastic box. WRONG! So many things wrong with this phony tool. I went back to the plastic box, I can make better cuts with that. The unit I received was not "Square". Look at the photo. Every cut I made, regardless of stroke technique, clamping of the trim to the metal brace technique, body english, the country tune that was playing on the radio, the intense face I was making.... NOTHING would eliminate the crooked cut. :( I found the saw cradle and uprights were not square to the gray bed, not even close. And it does not help that that saw guides are soft flimsy plastic, and the blade, NO rigidity, very thin and short. At least you get a rigid blade with the yellow box saw. Simply put, poor quality components. It is so far off! Out 1/4 inch over a 3 1/4 inch piece of trim. Don't wast your time with this. Borrow your neighbors electric unit. Most of those tend to make much better cuts.
    by JD
    Response from SBD_Product ExpertOct 2, 2020
    Hi JD
    Thank you for providing your feedback. Your feedback will help us to better our current and future products.  Please contact support at 800-544-6986 if you have any additional questions or concerns that we may assist you with. Please reference case #12385071.  
    Thank you
    Deeris
      5 people found this helpful
      Works well except...........
      I use the saw for cutting smaller pieces of exotic hardwood. If I need to trim 2" or less the piece wants to tip/fall into the 1/2" deep, upside down V miter degree indicator. Even with clamps (and you better get some) the wood eventually tips downward. The cure: Cut a 1/2" piece of scrap wood to fill the upside down V depression. Photo shows mod.
      by Justify
        • Recommended Product
        5 people found this helpful
        I am a rookie DIY’er and decided to add quarter round and purchased this box saw and I am so happ...
        I am a rookie DIY’er and decided to add quarter round and purchased this box saw and I am so happy I did. Was very easy to assemble and use. To help me with the project I cut templates to be familiar with cuts and what I needed for joining; once I figured out the cuts it couldn’t get any easier with the product. I would recommend and think it was worth the money; I had the yellow plastic box saw in the past and this is definitely much better.
        by Lil2
        • DIY
        • Recommended Product
        3 people found this helpful
        Assembly was quick and easy. Saw and miter box are quite sturdy and results have been excellent....
        Assembly was quick and easy. Saw and miter box are quite sturdy and results have been excellent. The body of the miter box is metal not plastic. Adjusting for different angle cuts is done by simply pushing a button and moving saw to desired angle. Have had the saw and miter box for about two weeks and have used it almost daily.
        by KATHLEEN
        • DIY
        • Verified Purchase
        • Recommended Product
        4 people found this helpful
        Junk. Handle literally fell apart on the first stroke of the first cut. Plastic disintegrated. Cu...
        Junk. Handle literally fell apart on the first stroke of the first cut. Plastic disintegrated. Customer service was useless. I wanted a new handle. They want me to send the saw to their warranty facility at my expense. Garbage ever since Black and Decker bought Stanley. Would give it zero stars if possible.
        by MoKGandhi
          6 people found this helpful
          This Clamping Mitre Box with Saw is an unbelievable value. Solid, great-quality construction, on...
          This Clamping Mitre Box with Saw is an unbelievable value. Solid, great-quality construction, one of the very few with a 60-degree set angle, and the price is very much worth the investment! Thank you Home Depot!
          by TMac
          • Verified Purchase
          • Recommended Product
          6 people found this helpful
          The blade is an impressive 20+ inches but don't be fooled. The effective cutting capacity (the wi...
          The blade is an impressive 20+ inches but don't be fooled. The effective cutting capacity (the widest stock you can cut) is 6 5/8 inches. This is actually 1 3/8 inches less that the cheapie $8.95 block/saw kits. When I read about the 20" inch blade, I bought this item to cut 10" shelving stock. Common sense told me that 20 inch blade should easily cut 10 inch stock. I guess I was wrong. I made a jig that allowed me to cut the stock, but it was a complex contraption. Also the blade that comes with this item is not very durable and does not keep it's edge well. Generally I like Stanley tools---This item being the exception.
          by MarksterNC
            • Recommended Product
            6 people found this helpful
            Easy to set up, accurate. I specifically purchased this to install shoe molding in a couple of ro...
            Easy to set up, accurate. I specifically purchased this to install shoe molding in a couple of rooms in my home. I couldn't justify a power miter saw for a simple shoe molding installation (darn it). The yellow vertical pegs are nice to easily clamp the moldings into place. This is a very good economical tool for small jobs without the huge expense of a power miter saw.
            by HandymanJim
            • Verified Purchase
            • Recommended Product
            7 people found this helpful
            I used this saw to cut baseboards and chail rail...
            I used this saw to cut baseboards and chail rail moulding. It was easy to use and cut perfectly. he only problem I has was the baseboard was 2 inches taller than the saw would allow. I was able to make it work by only using one of the guides (very slow and steady) at the start of the cut until i cut down far enough to reach the 2 guide and then finish the last half inch freehand. Once the cut was started the saw would stay on course because the blade was strong enough to not bend. The saw has pre-set angles 45,60,75 & 90 but I have an old house that has settled quite a bit so not all corners were square. I wish there was a way to cut a 42 or 43 degree angle. I have used it everyday for the past few months and the blade is still sharp.This saw is not going to work for compound cuts needed for the Crown moulding so I guess I'll have to get a different one. Over-all it was a good investment for the money.
            by NANNETTE
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