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Milwaukee 6955-20 (SER B26A) 12" Dual-Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw Parts

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Thrust Bearing

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M5 X 12mm Flat Head T-20 Screw

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M5 X 13mm Pan Head T-25 Screw

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M8 X 25mm Pan Head T-45 Screw

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M5 X 7mm Pan Head T-25 Screw

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M5 X 18mm Hex Socket Set Screw

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M5 X 13mm Pan HD T-25 Shoulder SCR

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Fence Label

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Cable Clamp

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12" Sliding Miter Base

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Fixed Fence

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Left Fence (Moving Fence)

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Right Fence

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Rack

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Belleville Spring

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Wrench Clamp Obsolete - Not Available

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Potentiometer Cover

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Miter Scale

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Lock Knob Bolt

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Miter Base Foot

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Handle Grip

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Potentiometer Plate

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Blade Wrench

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Tolerance Ring

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Table Bolt

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M8 Prevailing Torque Nut

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M4 X 6mm Pan Head T-20 Screw

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M4 X 8mm Pan Head T-20 Screw

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M5 X 13mm Pan Head T-25 Screw

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M5 X 10mm Pan Head T-25 Screw

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M5 X 7mm Pan Head T-25 Screw

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M5 X 18mm Hex Socket Set Screw

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Screw, Metric, PN HD (PT)

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K50 X 35mm Screw

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Fine Adjustment Label

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Slide Label

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Fine Adjustment Warning Label Obsolete - Not Available

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LCD Assembly

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Cable Clamp

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Calibration Switch

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Slider Table Obsolete - Not Available

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Switch Mount (Miter)

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Bearing Cap

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Fine Adjustment Tube Gear

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Reduction Gear

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External Retaining Ring

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Retaining Ring

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Spring

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Miter Detent Spring

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Fine Adjustment Return Spring

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Spring Cap

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Tolerance Ring

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Cover (Detent Mech.)

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Detent Lever Handle

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LCD Cover Obsolete - Not Available

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Fine Adjustment Knob Obsolete - Not Available

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Lock Knob Bolt

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LCD Lens Cover

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Best Milwaukee Miter Saw

We can all agree that miter saws help make more accurate cuts for any woodworking project. If you are new to woodworking, or just trying to find a good cordless Miter Saw, you may have a few questions as to which saw is right for you.

We have reviewed two different sizes of Milwaukee brand cordless miter saws below. We also cover some popular safety features as well as the pros and cons of both machines. Keep reading to find the best Milwaukee miter saw in 2020. 

Are you looking for some general information on miter saws or other tools? Check out our complete resource guides on Miter Saws, Table Saws, Chainsaws, Band Saws and Circular Saws. These guides have all the information you need. You will be able to find history, the different types of the tool, top brand sold, and more!  

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At A Glance:

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Milwaukee Miter Saw 10 In

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The Milwaukee 2734-20 M18 “Fuel” 10-inch model has all of the top specs covered for being an on the job power tool. It is cordless and can cut accurately all day at the job site. This power saw only weighs about 45 pounds, so it is not very heavy and works great on a stand.

Things that We Liked

  • The Staging light is very convenient and shows you exactly where the cut is going to be. It is different from the laser, as this method uses a shadow to show you, but it is visible in Daylight as well.
  • The 9 amp M18 series battery lasts all day. It is rated for 400 cuts. The battery level is visible from the handle which is also super convenient.
  • The Glide rails go inside the body of the saw, making it really easy to transport. It locks in place. I don’t have to worry about breaking or bending any glide arms.
  • Let’s face it; it is battery powered, which is almost a necessity for a miter saw now.

Things That We Didn’t Like

  • Making a 45-degree bevel cut is a pain; you have to completely remove the fence in order to use this feature. It adds to the work time and could have been entirely avoided in the design phase.
  • If you are cutting anything but light trim, it does not give you 400 cuts on a full battery. A mix of 2 x 4’s and 2 x 6’s yielded maybe 250 total cuts before having to switch out the battery. Still not bad, but you’re going to want an extra battery on hand.
  • The bevel handle adjustment is on the back of the Saw, it is not that big of a reach, but you are really close to the blade when making an adjustment.

Milwaukee 7-1/4” M18 Fuel

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The Milwaukee 2233-21 Miter Saw is the 7-1/4 inch model that does most jobs perfectly fine. This model is perfect for home use, or even just a quick baseboard job. It is capable of cutting a 2 x 4, But I wouldn’t recommend using this saw specifically for that.

Things That We Liked

  • This saw only weighs 28 pounds, making it really easy to carry to the job site or even around my home.
  • We have to mention the L.E.D. light again, as it is a great feature, there is a switch, and it works from the trigger.
  • The Smaller blade gives really accurate cuts for most daily cuts. And you don’t have to remove the fence to do a 45-degree cut!

Things That We Didn’t Like

The Glide Rails cannot be stored away easily, meaning they are always exposed. The guide that holds them in place is pretty solid, but I think if Dust gets built up in there, it may need to be serviced some more.

The bevel adjustment is not as easy as bigger models, and there is no handle to adjust it.

The L.E.D. light flickers on and off sometimes. Sightline is good sight, and you can even see it in the daytime, but sometimes it doesn’t turn on after a lot of cuts.


Best Milwaukee Miter Saw

Miter Saw Safety

Check out this Quick Video on Miter Saw Safety. You always want to make sure that you are following all safety precautions when using any power tools.

Milwaukee Miter Saw Parts

Hopefully, you won’t need to replace any parts on your Milwaukee tools, but if you do, you can easily download a parts price from their website. This gives you the part numbers, UPC codes, and prices for certain parts. On the same page, you can easily search for specific catalog information, wiring instructions, and MSDS sheets.

Their parts pricing seems pretty standard, in comparison to other manufacturers, and with Milwaukee’s Lightning Fast Repair Guide, you can quickly see how much a repair will cost you before sending it in if the tool is not under warranty.

Milwaukee Miter Saw Stand

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This accessory makes carrying the 7-1/4 “inch model super easy. It is also extremely light, and the opening below the saw makes it easy to pick up and move. With the 7-1/4 inch saw, the total weight is only about 60 pounds.

The mounting brackets are adjustable so you can use the stand with many different Milwaukee tools. If you are a huge Milwaukee tool fan, then this stand is nice, but they’re certainly are better ones out there.

Best Milwaukee Miter Saw

About Milwaukee

Milwaukee Tool Company was started in 1924 with the sole purpose of creating high-quality power tools.One of the unique features of the Milwaukee tool company is the E-repair service. You can ship it in from any Fed Ex center, whether it has a warranty on it or not. They will repair most tools in 7-10 days. It gets fixed by Milwaukee and sent back to via Fed Ex! You just mail it off, and it comes back fixed!

Milwaukee also has an e-bates program which gives you cool upgrades and free stuff if you purchased from a valid retailer. They continuously have different promotions going on in their e-bates program. For instance, if you get the M18 10 Inch Miter Saw, you can get a free battery from Milwaukee.

Our Take

We like both saws for different reasons. The 7-1/4 inch saw is handy for light jobs, like baseboards or trim. I like using this one around my house for quick fixes, but for anything more than a small trim, I need the 10” saw.

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If we had to pick between the two, the Milwaukee 10-Inch would be our first choice–it does everything that the 7-1/4 inch does, and it is not too big or bulky. The 10-inch also comes with that free battery, which is a bonus. Check the prices here.

Are you looking for more guides on miter saws? Check out some of our most popular guides, Best Ryobi Miter Saw 2019: Which One Should You Buy?, Home Depot Miter Saws Buying Guide: Our Top Picks, Best Chicago Electric Miter Saw – Buyer’s Guide, Best Bosch Miter Saw: See Our Top 3 Picks, and Miter Saw – Everything You Need To Know.

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Milwaukee® M18 FUEL™ 2733-20 Cordless Miter Saw, 7-1/2 in Dia Blade, 5/8 in Arbor/Shank, 3-1/2 in Cutting, 48 deg Miter, 48 deg Bevel

  • Arbor / Shank Size: 5/8
  • Bare Tool / Kit: TOOL
  • Bevel Capacity: 48
  • Blade Size: 7-1/2 in Dia
  • Cutting Capacity: 3-1/2
  • Miter Capacity: 48
  • Type: Cordless
  • Battery Type: REDLITHIUM® XC5.0
  • Bevel Stops: 45/48
  • Blade Type: Carbide Tipped
  • Housing Material: Wood
  • Manufacturer: Milwaukee Tool
  • Manufacturer #: 2733-20
  • Slide: Dual Bevel
  • Speed: 5000
  • Voltage Rating: 18

The M18™ FUEL™ 7-1/4 in dual bevel sliding compound miter saw was designed for the demand needs of the professional carpenter and remodeler. Designed to increase productivity and efficiency on the jobsite, the 2733 combines the best in accuracy, portability and performance. Weighing in at only 28 lb with battery, the M18™ FUEL™ 7-1/4 in dual bevel sliding compound miter saw is the lightest weight saw in its class. Dual bevel functionality provides users the most efficient and productive way make a variety of different cuts without flipping or turning the work piece. The combination of the POWERSTATE™ brushless motor and M18™ REDLITHIUM™ XC5.0 battery delivers over 600 cuts per charge for all day run time on a single charge.

Milwaukee® M18 FUEL™ Miter Saw, Cordless, Tool, 7-1/2 in Dia Blade, Carbide Tipped Blade, 5/8 in, 5000 rpm, Dual Bevel Slide, Cutting Capacity: 3-1/2 in, Miter Capacity: 48 deg, Bevel Capacity: 48 deg, Bevel Stops: 45/48 deg, 18 VDC, REDLITHIUM™ XC5.0 Battery, Wood Housing

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Miter Saw Station Upgrade: Milwaukee 6955-20 Miter Saw

I remember back when I was helping my dad renovate our old split level home in Allentown, PA. We did everything with a circular saw, a corded drill, and some well-used hand tools. What I wouldn’t have given for a Milwaukee 2734-21HD miter saw back then. Of course, back then, the concept of a cordless miter saw wasn’t even in our imaginations. Today I use a miter saw for a variety of tasks including crown & base molding, cutting composite railing for decks, and other general construction tasks. Switching to something like the Milwaukee cordless dual bevel miter saw would only be possible if I had the power and runtime needed to get my work done.


This is a new category of sorts for Milwaukee. While they’ve tackled—quite well, actually—cordless circular saws and cordless reciprocating saws, the cordless miter saw is unique. To come up with one that’s an effective compound slider is even more impressive.


We got our first sneak peek at the Milwaukee cordless dual bevel miter saw when they announced their new Milwaukee FUEL tools for 2015. At the time it was under a blanket, and we weren’t even allowed to take photos of it. Now we get to see what the production version has to offer the professional trim carpenter and contractor.

Milwaukee Cordless Dual Bevel Miter Saw Features

From the name you can gather that the Milwaukee cordless dual bevel miter saw is, well, a compound dual bevel saw. A large rear paddle lets you swing this cordless 10-inch miter saw left or right, and it locks into the expected crown bevel stops.

Milwaukee M18 sliding miter saw bevel paddle

Before you get to that, however, you need to install the included 60-tooth blade. This revealed our first pleasant surprise. When getting ready to insert the blade I locked down the slide to keep it from drifting and lifted up the blade guard.

And it stayed up!

Milwaukee M18 sliding miter saw blade guard

Sometimes it’s the simple things in life that bring a smile to tool reviewers’ faces. Yes, the guard will stay up provided you don’t bump it. It’s enough to allow you to remove the retaining bolt and washer (righty-loosey, lefty-tighty) and install the included 10-inch fine finish blade. Since Milwaukee includes a nice 60-tooth carbide blade, it furthers the impression that the company is targeting the trim carpenter with this tool.

More Milwaukee M18 Miter Saw Features

Miter cuts are easy, and the Milwaukee M18 miter saw has a very familiar mechanism that’s simple to use. The deck has a stainless steel detent plate, and there are 11 miter locks with an override. We gave the miter lock adjustment screw an additional 180-degree turn to get it to lock more securely to the base. Before that, we could defeat the lock by applying just a little pressure to the arm.

Milwaukee 2734-21HDP miter saw miter detents

The saw is designed to work with the new Milwaukee M18 9.0 Ah High Demand lithium-ion battery which has a full 162Wh of power capacity. Just one battery delivers around 400 cross cuts of 2×4 on the Milwaukee 2734-21HD miter saw.

Milwaukee 2734-21HDP miter saw 9Ah battery

Cutting capacity in this saw is impressive, and a lot of manufacturers have been successfully figuring out ways to extend both vertical and horizontal cuts. the Milwaukee cordless miter saw can cut base up to 5-3/4″ in height or nested crown up to 5-1/4″ against the fence. Lay a board down and at 90 degrees you can cut through a 2×12.

The Milwaukee cordless miter saw’s dual bevel system has 9 stops which you can bypass by pulling the large paddle all the way up. Possibly the most impressive feature is the LED which is positioned right over the front of the blade. It activates automatically, but you can also trigger it with the flick of your finger (We’ll let you guess which one). This gives you a shadow cut line that shows you exactly where the blade is going to contact the workpiece. We first saw this technology on the DeWalt DWS780 miter saw. Back then we said every miter saw should use that system. I’m thankful you apparently can’t patent a shadow.

Milwaukee 2734-21HD Miter Saw Specifications

  • Blade: 10-inch, 60-tooth (included)
  • Speed: 4,000 RPM
  • Vertical capacity (base): 5-3/4 in.
  • Vertical capacity (crown): 5-1/4 in.
  • Horizontal capacity (45/90 degree bevel): 2×12 in.
  • Horizontal capacity (45-degree miter): 2×8 in.
  • Miter: 50/60 degrees (left/right)
  • Stainless steel miter plate (11 detents)
  • Bevel: Dual 48/48 degrees with 9 detents
  • Shadow cut line indicator
  • Top and Side Carrying handles
  • Run-time: Up to 400 cuts (w/9.0 Ah battery)
  • Sliding, removable fences
  • Easy access blade change
  • Includes: Miter saw, RedLithium High Demand 9.0Ah battery, M18/M12 Rapid Charge Station, 60-tooth carbide-tipped blade, clamp, dust bag
  • Weight: 45 lbs.
  • Price: $499 (bare tool) $599 (kit)
  • Warranty: 5-years

Using the Milwaukee M18 Dual Bevel Miter Saw

Of the available cordless miter saws on the market that we’ve reviewed, the Milwaukee cordless dual bevel miter saw falls in the middle of the pack for portability. A nice rubber over-molded top handle and stainless steel side handles provide some portability, but the saw is generally bulky. As far as weight goes, it beats many competitive saws from Ridgid and DeWalt by 10 pounds or more. By the numbers this saw is lightweight. Only a couple saws like the Hitachi C10FSB give it a run for the money. Still, I found that the next tool I was keeping my eyes out for was an updated Milwaukee miter saw stand to carry it around on.

With that heft, however, comes some decent build quality. From the FUEL brushless motor to the stainless steel miter deck and heavy-duty bevel controls, there’s no skimping on quality or parts. The Milwaukee cordless dual bevel miter saw is, if anything, well-constructed.

Milwaukee 2734-21HD Miter Saw shadow lineShadow Line & Bevel Cuts

I loved the shadow cut line. Regardless of what blade you put on the saw, you get a dead-accurate line with the exact kerf of your blade. There’s no guessing how much material you’ll be shaving off with the blade. This saw also has very little blade deflection, so your cuts are more accurate. For trim carpenters, this is a huge issue, and it’s nice that the portability of this saw doesn’t take away from its accuracy.

For right bevels your need to remove the right-side fence, but the Milwaukee 2734-21HD makes that easy. You just loosen the rear screw and slide the fence to where the provided notch clears it. Both fences slide and remove easily. The included clamp is useful, but we wish it had a quick-adjust mechanism for reaching its minimum and maximum height for quickly.

Milwaukee M18 Cordless Miter Saw fence removal

Clean Cuts & Dust Collection

Cuts on the Milwaukee M18 miter saw were smooth with the included 60-tooth blade, and it left nice clean edges. You could hear the saw slow a bit under load when cutting dimensional lumber. The speed drop wasn’t so noticeable as to cause concern, however. Swapping out the blade for a 24-tooth general construction model helped speed up cuts but at the expense of the edge smoothness. For crown, base, chair, and cove molding, you’ll want to stay with a 60-tooth blade.

Dust collection is very unusual with this saw—as are the bottom-mounted slide rails. Because the rails slide out from the bottom of the saw, the dust port is at a lengthy fixed distance from the blade. The Milwaukee 2734-21HD uses a chute that funnels the sawdust from the blade, along this chute, and into the dust bag. At first, we thought there was no way this could be effective, but the bag captured a considerable amount. With dust collection, it was even more impressive. Make no mistake, you’re going to leave a ton of dust around the saw and on the ground if you just use it with the included bag. Many won’t care much about this, but it’s good to note in case you’re planning to use this saw indoors without dust collection.

Milwaukee M18 Miter Saw Kenny

Milwaukee 2734-21HD Portability

One last note here is that Milwaukee went through great lengths to design their cordless miter saw to be portable. They seemed to cut out a lot of weight by using fancy grids and struts across much of the metal. You can see this especially around the saw arm and the base. One unfortunate consequence of this is that this saw is a veritable dust magnet. After just a few cuts there was dust trapped in just about every crevice imaginable. A good practice is going to be blowing this saw off with a compressor at the end of the day. If you want to keep it clean, you won’t have much choice. Vacuuming it takes too much time due to all the nooks and crannies.

Milwaukee cordless miter saw flooring

We did use the new Milwaukee cordless miter saw to cut some Pergo Outlast laminate flooring, but we kept the saw outside to minimize dust issues. It cut cleanly—even using the included blade.

Milwaukee M18 Miter Saw Review Conclusions

I used the Milwaukee 2734-21HD cordless dual bevel miter saw for several weeks. I can honestly say that I really like it—cord or no cord. It’s nice to be able to ditch the cord. I don’t have to worry about whether the battery will last. If the Milwaukee 9.0Ah battery has a full charge, just get started. Making more cuts in a day than it will handle is unlikely.

Though this is technically a “lightweight” tool for its class, I plan on keeping the Milwaukee miter saw mounted to a stand. It’s easier (for me) than lugging it around by the handles.

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Deal of the Day: Milwaukee M18 Fuel Cordless Miter Saw Kit Plus Bonus 9.0Ah HD Battery (5/6/2017)

Milwaukee M18 Fuel Cordless Miter Saw with Bonus Battery

Over at Home Depot, today’s deal of the day features numerous Milwaukee cordless tool kits, the most appealing deal being their M18 Fuel brushless miter saw kit.

The M18 Fuel miter saw kit, 2734-21HDP, comes with a bonus M18 9.0Ah High Demand battery, for 2 total. So you get the miter saw, Rapid Charger, and (2) 9.0Ah battery packs, for $479 on sale.

The kit regularly sells for $599 elsewhere. The bare tool is typically priced at $499.

From what I can tell, most retailers are offering the bonus kit, 2734-21HDP, in place of the standard 1-battery kit, 2734-21HD. So for the sake of price comparisons, I’m considering the bonus bundle at $599. If you consider the 1-battery kit at that price, this becomes an even better deal.

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This is a great deal for a very good saw. It’s not a perfect saw – dust collection could be better – but the same can be said about nearly every miter saw I’ve ever used.

If you’re looking for a cordless 10″ sliding miter saw, this is a very tempting model. It’s also one of very few pro-grade cordless miter saw options of any size.

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Deal ends at 4am ET 5/7/2017, unless supplies sell out sooner.

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