Miter saw Black Friday discounts represent one hell of an opportunity to purchase what is otherwise an expensive piece of hardware for your work shop.
Most online retailers will give some pretty substantial discounts one Black Friday so if you are in the market for a new miter saw then this is probably one of the bet times to buy.
Retailers tend to change there prices depending on demand and it's not uncommon for the price of a miter saw to change several times over the month of November.
You can also find significant savings in January, however Black Friday miter saw deals are usually the biggest of the year.
Below we have listed the top miter saws available online, prices change throughout the day so be sure to not miss out on any deals.
The DWS780 is DeWalt's top of the range miter saw.
It uses what DeWalt call their XPS system for increased accuracy. The XPS shines an LED along the length of the blade.
Unlike laser systems the shadow that is cast by the LED should always be perfectly in line with the blade, whereas a laser guide can move out of alignment when you change the blade.
The DeWalt DWS779 vs DWS780 are almost the same saw.
The two models look almost identical and in many ways they actually are.
The DWS779 does not have the XPS guide system as per the DWS780. Instead it uses a more traditional laser guide.
Same 15 Amp motor, 3800 RPM, miter and bevel angles as the 780, usually at 2/3rds of the price.
Bosch's top of the line miter saw the GCM12SD has one distinctive advantage over most of the other saws on the market; it needs very little rear clearance room.
Instead of a rail based system it uses an Axial-Glide system to almost eliminate the need for rear clearance of the miter saw arm.
As an added bonus the axial glide system also allows for slightly larger cutting capacity of 14 inches horizontally and the base has built in extension to help support longer pieces.
Hitachi's mighty C12RSH2 is a 12 inch double bevel compound miter saw.
Just like the Bosch above the C12RSH2 also requires little to no rear clearance meaning you can mount it on a smaller workbench it required.
Hitachi have also thought considerably about longevity as the servicing and swapping of the carbon brush is a pretty simple affair.
It can handle crown molding up to 7-1/2 inches and has a 15 Amp motor giving a no-load speed of 3,800 RPM.