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Hitachi C10FCH2 10-Inch Miter Saw with Laser

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  • Laser Marker
  • Large Pivoting Fence
  • External Access Carbon Brush
  • Large table for material support
  • Weighs only 26.5-pounds
  • 15 Amp motor
  • , powerful for the toughest cutting jobs
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number C10FCH2
Item Weight36.2 pounds
Product Dimensions23.2 x 19 x 16 inches
Item model numberC10FCH2
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Voltage120 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsattachments
Batteries Included?No
Warranty Description30 Day Satisfaction Guarantee and 5 Year Warranty
Technical Specification
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #998 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight36.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableJanuary 1, 2008

Product Description

Product Description

Hitachi C10FCH2 15-Amp 10-Inch Compound Miter Saw with Laser Marker

The Hitachi C10FCH2 10-Inch Compound Miter Saw with Laser Marker provides smooth, accurate miters and crosscuts in a variety of workpieces, including wood, plywood, decorative panels, soft fiberboard, hard board, and aluminum sashes. Its flexible miter angles and compound cutting capability provide versatility on the job. An ideal tool for trim carpenters, framers, and woodworkers who demand precision and reliability, the C10FCH2 features Hitachi's exclusive Laser Marker System for exact alignment and predictable blade location.

C10FCH2 Compound Miter Saw
Tool Specifications
Blade Diameter10"
No-Load Speed5,000
Miter Angle Range0°-52° L & R
Bevel Angle Range0°-45° Left
Weight26.5 lbs

Positive miter stops let you select preset points at specific angles. View larger.

Adjust the bevel up to 45 degrees to the left for precision cuts. View larger.

Dust collector keeps saw's interior components dirt-free.
Compound Feature for Precise Miters and Bevels
Hitachi designed the C10FCH2 for versatile, easy use. The thumb-actuated positive miter stops allow for simple miter adjustments between zero and 52 degrees. This design allows you to easily change the angle of the cutting blade for creating miters in crown molding and other trim pieces. And with a bevel range of 45 degrees to the left, the Hitachi C10FCH2 provides gorgeous bevels on the first try.

The 10-1/2-inch TCT saw blade (included) makes easy work of delicate trim and other woodwork, and the large extended flip fence raises to four inches to allow for accurate cutting of large workpieces up to 2-5/16 inches high and 5-21/32 inches deep.

Laser Marker Technology for Perfect Cuts Everytime
Hitachi equipped the C10FCH2 with its exclusive Laser Marker System, which can be activated before the blade is in motion for exact alignment and predictable blade placement. Simply line up the laser with your mark on the workpiece, and the saw blade will make an exact cut along the laser guide. As long as your measurements are right, your cuts will be, too!

Chock-Full of User-Friendly Features
The C10FCH2 has plenty of features to help you make the perfect cut the first time. To start, a 15-amp motor generates a no-load speed of up to 5,000 RPM for making crosscuts and miters with ease, even on the toughest cutting jobs.

For ease of use, a comfortable horizontal handle with a vibration-reducing elastomer grip keeps you in control at all times, a large table provides a stable guide and sturdy support, and a built-in clamping system holds your workpiece in place.

The C10FCH2 also includes a dust collector that minimizes accumulation of dust and particles in your both your workspace and the saw's interior components, keeping your jobsite clean and prolonging the life of the tool. An added bonus, easily accessible carbon brushes will help your saw perform for the long term.

Weighing just 26.5 pounds, the C10FCH2 is the lightest tool in its class, making it the most portable 10-inch compound miter saw with laser marker on the market.

Durably built, this tool is backed with an industry-leading five-year warranty. It is compatible with the UU610 Miter Saw Stand from Hitachi.

About Hitachi: A Tradition of Innovation
Hitachi Power Tools (Hitachi Koki USA, Ltd.) provides professional-grade power tools for a variety of applications, including woodwork, metalwork, concrete, drilling, cutting, and fastening. Hitachi is a leader in power tool research and development and has achieved many firsts in the power tool industry, including creating the first-ever sliding compound miter saw to combine the capacity of a radial arm saw and the convenience of a miter saw. Today, Hitachi continues the tradition of innovation and engineering with new features in addition to classic quality.

What's in the Box
C10FCH2 Compound Miter Saw with Laser Marker System, 10-inch TCT Saw Blade, extended fence, dust bag, vise assembly, box wrench, and hex bar wrench.

Make precise cuts with the exclusive Laser Marker System.

Important Information

Bulb Voltage
120.00 Volts

Customer Reviews

Laser is perfectly aligned right out of box.
I love having the laser to line up my cuts, though it is hard to see in bright sunlight.
The only thing i can say bad about it, isnt really bad.
M. Haack

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130 of 132 people found the following review helpful By OrangeFireFish on September 20, 2011
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This is a decent miter saw for the money, I've seen it here for as low as $107 or so, so it might be worth your while to wait for a good deal.
That being said, at $150 things change and the saw is much less of a good deal.

1) Reasonably well built, sturdy
2) Good powerful motor- saw can handle most framing materials, hardwoods, and lumber with ease- up to the width of a 2x6 in one pass.
3) Lots of goodies included- laser, material clamp, extension bars. In this respect this is a good package that is all inclusive. If you shop around you'll see that some of the higher end saws lack these essentials.
4) Stock 24T Hitachi blade is surprising good for general use. Though it might not be as fine as you like for cutting hardwoods, for MDF, framing lumber this works just fine. You'll want to get a higher tooth count blade to avoid chipping out and for smoother cuts on hardwood and plywood.
5) Light, and portable- a big plus if you are a contractor hauling it from jobsite to jobsite. Non-issue if set up for permanent bench top use.
6) Miter stops are generally good and give positive feedback. Locking down for overriding the miter stops is easy and secure.
7) Warranty is unparalleled- five years. Hitachi will stand by this for the years to come.

1) Laser is not very accurate out of the box- you will need to align your laser to either blade left or right- pick one, and stick to it for all your cuts. I've seen saws come from the factory with the laser center aligned- no good and you'll have to guess each time. I don't like lasers for miter saws in general, but it comes with it, so you might as well learn to use it properly.
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74 of 77 people found the following review helpful By M. Haack on February 7, 2008
While I am not new to power tools (I am an avid DIY'r, and HVAC tech). This was my first purchase of a powered compound miter saw. I had no problems with the manual that came with it, besides who really reads those? The unit for the most part is self explanitory. I had it mounted to my bench downstairs in about 20 mins, plus 15 mins to go to the hardware store for some lag bolts. Operation and adjustments were easy. Cuts like a dream. The only thing i can say bad about it, isnt really bad. I would have liked to be able to cut 8" baseboard with it but it doesnt have the capacity. I should have done more research prior. But for all my other uses, crown moulding, quarter-round, trimming out a window, I had fun and they look great. I would recomend this saw for those who arent looking to spend an arm and a leg. Plus as an added bonus, it's super light for mobility.
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54 of 57 people found the following review helpful By HMMWV TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 30, 2010
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Normally I'm a dewalt loyalist, but to be honest what drew me to the hitachi saw was the folding frame style fence and sub frame/fence on the right side (optional) that extend its flexibility to hold onto longer pieces of wood and provide support over a longe distance. That combined with the clamp system hitachi designed for left or right hand feed lets you setup your workpiece firmly in the fence, turn on the laser, and make the cut with your hands nowhere near the wood becuase it is so well clamped down. I've had miter saws kick off pieces when I square up the end of a feed piece and this system doesnt have that tendency due to the clamps provided (you get a hand tightened t-nut in the base, a 3/8" rod, and then another vertical clamp to that rod that drops down to your workpiece with a 1.5" disc which you can twist down to hold the work in place securely. No hands required during the cut. Avoiding any kickback is a nice feature during operation of the saw.

I make picture frames using an electric brad nailer and this miter saw. There is some truth to the negative review - the bolt to unset the 45 degree detent is torqued down more than need be. I used a dewalt metric impact wrench to loosen that bolt, then found that the table had detents at all the normal angles you would want to cut. Once in the detent, finger tightning was all that was required to keep it in place.

I bought the model with the laser which I found to be exceptionally accurate indicating where the finished edge would be and where the kerf would be. The laser is turned on with a covered on/off switch and can stay on forever since it draws power from the AC line while you are stacking your wood and clamping it down with the built in clamp.
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36 of 42 people found the following review helpful By John Schaben on March 20, 2009
I got this saw a couple of weeks ago and couldn't be happier, I only gave it 4 stars because I haven't had it long enough to wring it out the way I usually do. I especially like its light weight, around 30lbs. I have limited space in my shop so I can store it in corner somewhere and when I need it I just stick it on my workbench and clamp it down with a couple of C-clamps. I was especially impressed by the smoothness for such a light saw. When I first got it I was expecting a lot of vibration but that was not the case. Laser, blade, mitre and bevel are right on. It really wants to have the extension tables though, I didn't get them with this saw but expect I will add them later. Hold down clamp is a little awkward but usable, I will likely change that with some sort of cam lock later.
Some reviewers had trouble with the instruction manual but I thought they were fine. Considering that more and more stuff is made elsewhere and the poor snooks writing instruction manuals are likely not writting in their native language, you kinda need to read through syntax and sentence structure errors to grasp the concepts. Throw in a few typo errors from the printer and it is easy for some to write off the manuals as worthless.
All in all, I think Hitachi is a highly underrated product. This is the first I have owned but I have borrowed and rented other products and they are definatley a products that deserve serious consideration. They are generally lower priced and you can find some real bargains in the remanufactured market.
This is a follow-up - I did find one thing I wasn't to happy about. I was making some picture frames and found that the laser isn't that helpful on mitre cuts.
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