|Item Weight||37.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||32 x 28 x 24 inches|
|Item model number||70716|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||2|
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WEN 70716 10-Inch Sliding Compound Miter Saw
|Price:||$105.34 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Powerful 15 amp motor supplies 5500 RPM
- Bevel anywhere from 0 to 45 degrees to the left and miter up to 52 degrees in both directions
- Includes 60-tooth carbide tipped blade, dust collection bag, support arms, fence and hold down clamp
- Spacious worktable and powerful saw provide a max cutting capacity 3.25 inches thick and 11.5 inches deep
- Weighs in at a mere 30 pounds and is backed by a 2-year warranty
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|Included Components||Bare-Tool||bare-tool||Bare-Tool||case||24T Carbide Tipped Blade, Hold Down Clamp, Dust Bag, Blade Wrench, Manual||Bare-Tool|
|Item Dimensions||28 x 32 x 24 in||—||13 x 21 x 13 in||16.25 x 30.5 x 15 in||16.5 x 24.12 x 18.12 in||—|
|Voltage||—||120 volts||120 volts||—||120 volts||120 volts|
Remember when one saw provided all the versatility you'd ever need? The WEN 10-inch Sliding Compound Miter Saw allows for straight, miter, bevel and compound cuts all in one reliable and compact machine. Bevel anywhere from 0 to 45 degrees to the left and miter up to 52 degrees in both directions. With 15 amps of slicing power and 5500 RPM, you'll be able to easily tackle boards up to 3.25 inches thick. The spacious work table provides room for boards up to 11.5 inches in depth to fit. Included is a 60-tooth carbide-tipped blade for dependable and precise sawing and a dust collection bag to minimize post-sawing clean up. Despite providing you all of these features and more, the WEN 10-inch Sliding Compound Miter Saw still weighs in at a mere 30 pounds. This combined with the carrying handle makes transportation from workshop to the job site and back simpler than ever. The work table includes two support arms, a fence and a hold down clamp while the automatic blade cover retracts upon operation to minimize accidents and maximize safety. And because this is a WEN Product, our 10-inch Sliding Compound Miter Saw comes backed by a 2-year warranty, a friendly customer help line and a nationwide network of trained service technicians all to make sure that you remember WEN. Miter, bevel, and compound cut all with one compact and lightweight saw. Remember when you only needed one saw for the job? Remember WEN.
Top Customer Reviews
for something I would rarely use.
The Wen 70712 fills this niche with a quality tool for the least amount of money.
95% of this tool is made from aluminum and plastic which makes it very light weight.
After the correct set up, the tool cuts straight, and should make any weekender or hobbyist happy.
If I was a professional, I would look elsewhere for a beefier tool.
The only real bummer about the whole tool, is the itty bitty dust bag you get. I actually thought it was
a joke. When I went to put it on, it just ripped from expanding the spring. Also, the pull out material rods
are a little short.
I did all the trim in our 1500 square foot house with this. I also built two decks with railings (20x20) and (12x16). The thing is a beast. I did buy a more expensive blade for it (a diablo), and still haven't used the original blade, so I can't speak to the blade quality. You have to make some cuts slow because the motor is slightly under powered. And there aren't proper stops at any of the commonly used angles, but what do you expect for less than $200. All in all, if you aren't using this chop saw in a professional setting, it is more then sufficient. If you do construction projects on a regular basis, spring for a Dewalt. (Although I do think sliding 12" is overkill, you don't really need that much cutting surface usually a 12" fixed or a 10" slider would do).
Plan on getting a good blade. Plan on adjusting often. And plan on being a bit frustrated until you get the thing figured out. If you're going to be using it more than just every once in a while, spend another hundred bucks and get something good.
P.S. The saw came missing a lock screw for the clamp post. I contacted Wen (now going on three weeks ago) and still haven't seen the screw.