Home Depot has the Ridgid 12" Sliding Compound Miter Saw w/ Adjustable Laser (MS1290LZA) for $399 with free in-store pickup or $55 shipping to home. 15 Amp miter offers bevel cuts in both directions, exactline laser alignment system and a 0-61 degree miter range.
Retail: $599

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    cvbn Ben's cred: 127
    Posted 11:56 am PST 12/13/13

    ridged name is licensed to home depot,for power tools batteries only last 1 year

    Home Depot will not warranty defective tools after a certain time date after purchase

    The difference is that the plumbing tools and the regular power tools are made and warranted by two different and separate corporations. The plumbing related tools are made by Ridge Tool and the hand held and stationary power tools are made by TTI/OWT for their exclusive sale


    you must register for 3-Year Limited Warranty
    you must register your product and submit proof of purchase for processing approval

    within 90 days after purchase. Register by logging on to www.ridgid.com, click on “Product Registration,” and choose the appropriate product category. Log into your personal account, if you do not have one, create an account. Then click ‘Register New Product’. Include all qualifying RIDGID brand product information: complete model and serial numbers for each serialized piece of equipment, including batteries and chargers. If you don’t have access to the internet, enclose a letter with the following information: First name, last name, e-mail, date of birth, phone number, address, city, state, zip code, model number from package, and the model/serial number of all qualifying serialized tool(s), battery(s), and charger(s) if applicable. Then mail the online confirmation print out or the hand written letter with your original receipt (making a photo-copy of your receipt to keep for your records is recommended) and the original UPC from the qualifying products package to: RIDGID® Hand Held and Stationary Power Tool Technical Service, PO Box 1427, Anderson, SC 29622 for processing and approval.All registrations must be made under the name of an individual person. Within approximately 6-8 weeks after completion of the registration process and approval, you will receive confirmation via email or US mail that will include your Customer ID…

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    bclinton Ben's cred: 192
    Posted 1:08 pm PST 12/13/13

    I have all ridgid power tools. Have replaced 6 batteries so far. They last about like any other battery. Everytime I got a free replacement. Can't beat that! You must register for the LSA to get the lifetime though...

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    Teleman Ben's cred: 292
    Posted 2:50 pm PST 12/13/13

    Good saw, but price seem high, unless you are going crazy, you can get 10" saws in the 100 dollars price range.

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    tman01 Ben's cred: 17
    Posted 3:13 pm PST 12/13/13

    Teleman wrote:
    Good saw, but price seem high, unless you are going crazy, you can get 10" saws in the 100 dollars price range.


    Apparently you don't do much carpentry, as you obviously don't understand the value of that extra 2" of blade diameter.

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    Teleman Ben's cred: 292
    Posted 3:52 pm PST 12/13/13

    tman01 wrote:
    Teleman wrote:
    Good saw, but price seem high, unless you are going crazy, you can get 10" saws in the 100 dollars price range.
    Apparently you don't do much carpentry, as you obviously don't understand the value of that extra 2" of blade diameter.


    Oh but I do. Ya the 2" is great, like I said, most home users don't need that 2". My favorite tool is my 10" miter-box saw, use it allot. Trimmed a house, built a fence, built a garden shied, the electric miter-box was one of the greatest inventions for everyone.

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    dennis007 Ben's cred: 273
    Posted 4:01 pm PST 12/13/13

    If precision is not in the dictionary than $100 saw will do. I bought a 12" sliding from Harbor Freight for $130 clear with coupon. After cutting few crown molding, I understand why it was set at that price. When it come to tools, I always say, buy it for life don't go cheap. DIY will paid for the tools itself on long run.

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    RagMaN Ben's cred: 111
    Posted 12:21 pm PST 01/9/14

    Never use batteries, my extension cord is never dead when I try to use it.
    Also, Harbor Freight has this saw every day for 199, on sale for 123 this month.
    ....chicago elecctric, it does the same thing for half the price....or even less if you go get a coupon.

    Why do people pay so much for the same nonsense.

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