Metabo HPT Lightweight Large Table Miter Saw, 10-Inch

Last updated: March 30, 2023

You'll get high precision with this miter saw, which has a bevel range of 0- to 45-degree bevel stops that can be adjusted using your thumb. The dual bevel means you can both miter and bevel to the right or left for extra flexibility. It weighs only 24.5 pounds so you won't fatigue easily while using it.

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Product Details

Key Takeaway: The 24.5-pound design of this miter saw makes it easy to maneuver while you're using, as well as comfortable to carry from one job site to another.

In our analysis of 39 expert reviews, the Metabo HPT Lightweight Large Table Miter Saw, 10-Inch placed 5th when we looked at the top 11 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The Metabo HPT C10FCGS 10-inch compound Miter saw is lightweight for easier transport. The 15 amp motor generates a no-load speed of up to 5000 RPM for making crosscuts and miter cuts with ease. This miter saw offers a bevel range of 0-45 degrees to the left to provide clean and accurate bevel cuts. It is designed for woodworkers who demand precision, reliability and versatility on the job.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Low Cost – this is a budget friendly saw and trust me, the price is worth it. It is half the price of saws in this class, but the quality doesn’t lack.
Comes with a thumb actuated positive stops for quick miter adjustments.
This is a dual bevel miter saw, so you’ll get both mitering and beveling to the left and right with respectable ranges.
Very lightweight so it’s really easy to carry to different job sites

What reviewers didn't like

No Laser Guides – Laser guides do a good job at helping you make sure proper cuts are being made with every cut. Unfortunately, this one doesn’t have a laser guide on it. However, you can learn to make those straight cuts with trial and error.
Some users had issues with the aluminum body not lasting
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