13 Best Battery Miter Saw

Here is an interesting quote for you for you to ponder:

“When did we see each other face-to-face? Not until you saw into my cracks and I saw into yours. Before that, we were just looking at ideas of each other, like looking at your window shade but never seeing inside. But once the vessel cracks, the light can get in. The light can get out.”
― John Green, Paper Towns

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Top 13 Battery Miter Saw

1
DEWALT 20V MAX 714Inch ( Cordless (DCS361M1))
Product Highlights:
  • integrated xps cross cut positioning system for better accuracy and visibility
  • adjustable stainless steel miter detent plate has 10 positive stops
  • oversized bevel scale
2
DEWALT 12Inch Miter Saw ( Bevel, Compound (DWS715))
Product Highlights:
  • power and durability: 15 amp, 4,000 rpm motor
  • miter detent plate improves productivity and ensures cutting accuracy: adjustable stainless steel miter detent plate with 14 positive stops
  • miter dentent override that allows you to override the miter stops and adjust to the desired setting without the saw slipping into the miter detents. arbor size is 5/8 inches
3
DEWALT DHS790AT2 FLEXVOLT 120V ( (includes 2 Batteries & Fast Charger))
Product Highlights:
  • flexible - power of corded. freedom of cordless. the world's first battery that automatically changes voltage when you change tools
  • runtime; up to 289 cross cuts in 3-1/4" baseboard molding
  • powerful 120v brushless motor provides longer runtime compared to brushed motors
4
DEWALT Sliding Compound Miter ( 12-Inch (DWS779))
Product Highlights:
  • powerful 15 amp, 3, 800 rpm motor delivers extended power and durability
  • exclusive back fence design cuts up to 2x16 dimensional lumber at 90 degree and 2x12 at 45 degree
  • super efficient dust collection system captures over 75 percent of dust generated
5
Metabo HPT Compound Miter ( Table, 10" 24T TCT Miter Saw Blade (C10FCGS))
Product Highlights:
  • 10" compound miter saw
  • same tools. new name. hitachi power tools has renamed to metabo hpt
  • miter angle range: 0-52, to the right and left for increased flexibility
6
Makita XSL06PT 18V X2 ( Miter Saw With Laser Kit (5.0Ah))
Product Highlights:
  • powered by two lxt batteries; x2 lxt technology delivers more power, speed and run time without the hassles of a cord
  • makita built electronically controlled bl motor delivers 4, 400 rpm for faster and smoother cutting
  • the bl brushless motor eliminates carbon brushes, enabling the bl motor to run cooler and more efficiently for longer life
7
DEWALT DHS716AT2 FLEXVOLT 120V ( Fixed Miter Saw Kit)
Product Highlights:
  • flexible - power of corded. freedom of cordless. the world's first battery that automatically changes voltage when you change tools
  • runtime; up to 289 cross cuts in baseboard along with best in class vertical capacity against sliding fence
  • cutline blade positioning system; adjustment free cutline indicator
8
DEWALT 20V MAX 714Inch ( Tool Only (DCS361B))
Product Highlights:
  • integrated cut line cross-cut positioning system provides adjustment-free cut line indication for better accuracy and visibility. capacity to cup 3 5/8in nested crown and 3 1/2 base vertically
  • adjustable stainless steel miter detent plate with 11 positive stops improves productivity and ensures cutting accuracy. oversized bevel scale makes bevel angle adjustments accurate and easy
  • compact, lightweight design (30 lbs.) allows for easy transport and storage
9
Ryobi P3650B Neone 18volt ( Bevel Sliding Miter Saw)
Product Highlights:
  • brand new in box. the product ships with all relevant accessories
10
Makita XSL02Z 18V X2 ( Compound Miter Saw, Tool Only)
Product Highlights:
  • powerful bl motor delivers 5,700 rpm for fast cutting
  • weighs only 28.2 lbs. with battery (battery not included) for easy portability
  • large dimensional lumber cutting capacity: 2" x 12" at 90degree and 2" x 8" at 45degree

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