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Hitachi C10FCE2 10-Inch Compound Miter Saw

What do you mean you don’t own a miter saw? Well, it’s hard not to own one now, with this steal/deal over at Amazon on Hitachi’s C10FCE2 10″ compound miter saw: $100 with free shipping. The 15A motor pumps out 1,950 watts of power for a top speed of 5,000 RPM.  Sporting that “aggressive” green Hitachi coloring, the saw features a 4″ tall pivoting fence, rubberized grip for reduced vibration, clamping vice to lock down your material, dust bag, and a carbide blade.

If you want even further savings on this model, check out the refurbed link where you can pick this up for $64 plus shipping.

C10FCE2 10″ Saw [Hitachi]
Via Amazon [What’s This?] (B000V5Z6RG) [What’s This?]
[Reconditioned Sales]
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11 Responses to Dealmonger: Hitachi 10" Compound Miter Saw $100

  1. forlerm98022 says:

    never owned a Hitachi tool are they any good?
    well written story by the way.

  2. Fred says:

    Our 18 miter saws are almost equally divided between Makita and Bosch – but we have many Hitachi pneumatic nailers – and have kept buying them because they hold up well. I’ve had particularly good luck with their angled finnish nailers and coil roofing nailers. We also use some of their construction staplers and 1 inch roofing stapler.

  3. Andy says:

    I have one of these, and it’s a nice saw! I’ve used a couple of Dewalts, and I’d say it’s almost as good. But it can be had cheaper than $100 – it’s $75 including shipping at
    (reconditionedsales.com). No affiliation, just a satisfied customer.


  4. ToolFreak says:

    This is $99 all the time at Lowes, and with their summer $10 coupon, it goes down to less than that even after tax.

  5. Dan Kitchen says:

    I’ve used Hitachi compound chop saw and a sliding compound Hitachi, and they both were fine. Nothing too fancy. They don’t have a lot of bells and whistles, and they seem accurate enough. I used them both to install trim and they both were accurate enough to do that.

  6. Peter says:

    Which vice does this saw feature? Smoking? Gambling? Staying out late at night? Get a grip! A vise clamps with a twist, but releases with a counter twist. A vice clamps without request and never lets go. I feature both vices and vises, by the way.

  7. Hank says:

    Great tip on the recon site. Thanks.

  8. dan says:

    I’ve got 5 of these things in the field right now- they hold up about as well as the makitas they’ve replaced (even in the hands of the rough goons i employ), and are cheaper to replace when they mysteriously walk away (likely due to the rough goons i employ).

  9. Fred says:

    Re Dan Says:

    Isn’t it amazing how steel and aluminum seem to evaporate into thin air!
    While the heat of the summer sun might be expected to be the cause , I find that it happens even more in the winter when its dark and cold.

  10. SuperJdynamite says:

    If current times voltage equals watts, then volts equal watts divided by amps, which means 1950 / 15 = 130 volts? Am I missing something?

  11. hjablomy says:

    yeah, these days plenty of different voltages are tossed out for the standard 110/120/125 and even 130. Although it just means that if you test the voltage of what you are plugging it into that multiplied by 15A (not really sure if it would draw quite that much except under heavy load) the number you get would be the actual wattage.

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