|Item Weight||58.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||28 x 22.5 x 19 inches|
|Item model number||R4120|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||90-Day satisfaction guarantee policy, Limited 3-year warranty, Lifetime Service Agreement|
Ridgid R4120 Saw, 12-Inch Compound Miter with Laser
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- Ergonomic D-Handle - for improved grip and handling
- 15 Amp Motor - heavy duty motor powers through the most difficult cuts
- Work Clamp with Quick-Release Lever - securely holds material in place
- Sliding Miter Fence - provides support for wider material. Adjusts for bevel cuts
- Repeat-A-Cut Marking Surface - allows user to mark fence for repetitive cuts
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My saw (which was bought at the orange big-box store) came with a powder-coated stamped steel stand. Very basic but functional. The one gripe that I do have about this saw is that the bolt holes in the saw base do not line up exactly with the holes in the stand. I don't think I've ever used the detachable vise. The cutting capacity is pretty good. It will easily cut a 4"x4".
All in all, I think it is a good middle of the road saw. It's not a seven hundred dollar Bosch, but is alot better than a 99 dollar Ryobi. I've been happy with it.Read more ›
I used to have the DeWalt 10" and it came with everything calibrated, so I was surprised I had to for the Ridgid.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is my first miter saw but I like the way It moves to predefined angles or it moves smoothly to any angle. The cut is more than accurate for my use. Read morePublished on April 13, 2014 by Puffer Bradley
Just bought a house, alot of remodeling. Saw looks like new and has worked well so far. We will see this summer, deck project is coming.Published on March 15, 2014 by Dave sobeck
Came quickly. Reconditioned state was indistinguishable from new minus the "reconditioned" letters burnt into the handle. But that's okay. It's a tool, not an art piece. Read morePublished on June 26, 2013 by Chuck Redding