Ryobi ONE+ONE Brushless 36V Dual-Bevel Sliding Miter Saw

http://www.mr-buildit.com/ryobi-oneone-brushless-36v-dual-bevel-sliding-miter-saw/

Let’s be honest, as weekend warriors and DIYers, we need our tools to be ready for setup and teardown, since we might not have the permanent room in our garage/storage shed. That’s where the all new RYOBI ONE+ONE Brushless Dual-Bevel 10″ Sliding Miter saw comes in as a perfect solution to the minimal work space setup.

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Sliding head provides maximum capacity for up to 12 inch cross-cuts.

The easy cary handle allows for a well balanced transport from storage to job setup.

Adjustable EXACTLINE laser alignment system accurately aligns cutline with blade.

Uses 2 ONE+ 18-Volt batteries (Compatible with all ONE+ 18-Volt batteries) for 2X the power – 36-Volt max power.

Extended miter ranges from 45° left to 50° right to accommodate a wide variety of cuts.

Brushless motor provides longer runtime and longer life.

Over 800 cuts per charge with Ryobi P194 batteries.

Dual Bevel design allows the user to move the saw, not the material, for faster and more accurate cuts.

FINAL THOUGHTS. I am NOT being paid to say this. I really like this saw. Just like any battery powered tool out there on the market, they have a tendency to go from full power-to slowly getting weaker and weaker as the power is emptied from the battery. Well, Not this saw. I put this thing to the ultimate test by using it to build my backyard deck. The saw handled everything from 2x6s, pressure treated 2x8s, 2x10s and 2x12s using the stock blade the comes with the saw. It did not stall or bog-down AND, I only had to recharged the 2 batteries ONCE! It also weights less than my stationary RIDGID 10″ sliding miter saw. So in closing, I give this thing two thumbs up. The gang at RYOI have knocked this one out of the park.