Ryobi TSS100L 10" Sliding Compound Mitersaw

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Ryobi Tools


This Ryobi 13 Amp 10" Sliding Compound Mitersaw with Laser features 9 positive miter stops with ball and detent action for precision cuts. It has a 10" carbide-tipped blade for a smooth cut and an electric brake that stops the blade fast for added safety. The saw comes with an Exactline laser that provides a guide line for cutting. It also comes with table extensions that offer added support when you're working with large pieces.
* Spindle lock for easy single wrench blade changes
* Easy-to-read scales on miter table, miter fence, and bevel for added convenience
* Cord wrap area provides quick storage
* Right and left table extensions provide extra support when working with longer workpieces
* Dust bag (included) helps keep work area clean
* Ergonomic handle with overmold for added user comfort
* Heavy-duty 13-amp motor for the most demanding applications
* Electric brake stops the blade in seconds
* Carbide-tipped blade provides a smooth, clean cut
* Exactline™ laser guide gives you a cut reference line
* Motor: 120 V ~ 60 Hz, 13 Amps
* Motor Speed: 5,000 RPM
* Blade Arbor: 5/8"
* Blade Diameter: 10"
* Cutting Capacities:
0° miter cut: 2" x 12"
45° miter, 0° bevel cut: 2" x 8"
0° miter, 45° bevel: 2" x 12"
45° miter, 45° bevel: 2" x 8"

WOOD magazine review

Single bevel saw with support extensions

Review Summary

+ Hit: Extension wings add 10" of workpiece support left and right. – Misses: The miter detents on this saw felt the least positive in the test: A small bearing drops into shallow cutouts. It’s the only test saw without crown-molding detents, and its short left-side fence allows tall workpieces to tip backward when cutting. This saw bevels only to the left, and the blade guard gets in the way when making 45° beveled cuts.
The guard does not lock out of the way for blade changes, you cannot adjust the throat-plate kerf opening, and there’s no onboard storage for the blade-changing tool.

Detailed Ratings

out of 5





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