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Makita LS0815FL Light
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Chris   June 18, 2014   0   2  
For those of you wanting a small portable miter saw with a big cutting capacity, Makita has introduced their new Model LS0815F 8-1/2-inch Dual-Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw. Other than their 18V Miter Saw, it has been more than a few years since Makita has come out with a compact slider, and I am sure it will be a welcomed addition.
Hot Deal: Ridgid 12-inch Sliding Compound Miter Saw Plus Stand
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Chris   January 15, 2014   0   1  
If you are in the market for both a 12-inch miter saw and a miter saw stand, HomeDepot has quite the deal for you. For a limited time they have paired up the Ridgid MS1290LZA Sliding Compound Miter Saw w/ Laser and the AC9945 Miter Saw Utility Vehicle (MSUV) stand for only $499. The saw regularly sells for $499 and the MSUV normally sells for $199. A savings of $199 isn't bad.
Bosch Announces New Portable 8-Inch Sliding Compound Miter Saw
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Chris   January 08, 2014   0   1  
Just a few months after announcing their new 10-inch Axial-Glide Miter Saw, Bosch is continuing to expand their miter saw line with the addition of the new CM8S 8-Inch Single Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw. Bosch says they are answering user demands by coming out with a lightweight compact saw for greater jobsite convenience and portability.
Chris   May 19, 2011   0   0  
One of the most requested tools I see talked about online is the cordless miter saw, and when Makita announced their first 36V lithium-ion tool I always expected them to come out with a 36V miter saw. Well I guess that for now I am still left waiting because Makita chose to go with 18V to power their new LXSL01 cordless miter saw. Though I can't say that I am disappointed with their decision, because their 18V line is super popular and already having 18V batteries will be a plus, if not a must. ...
Chris   November 10, 2010   0   0  
No, its not a 10-inch axial glide like many are hoping for, but it is new none the less. Or is it? It appears to be exactly the same as the previous 4410 except for the trigger handle. Instead of using the user rotatable handle, the 4310 uses a fixed handle. I was never a fan of the old handle anyways, so this is no loss. There might be some other minor changes, but basically it is the same saw. The 4310 will retail for less, so this new model appears to be a way for...
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