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1. Hitachi C10FSH 10" Dual Bevel
$445.00 list($649.00)
2. Hitachi C10FSB 10" Dual Bevel
$149.99 list($541.00)
3. Hitachi M12V 3-1/4 HP Electronic
$379.00 list($1,169.00)
4. Hitachi C8FB2 8-1/2" Sliding Compound
$299.99 list()
5. Hitachi NV45AB2 Roofing Nailer
$199.00 list()
6. Hitachi NT65MA2 2-1/2" 15 Gauge
$309.00 list($419.00)
7. Hitachi NR83A2 2" to 3-1/4" Full
$348.00 list($466.39)
8. Hitachi NV65AH Siding Coil Nailer
$369.99 list($499.99)
9. Hitachi NV75AG Coil Siding-Framing
$189.99 list($299.99)
10. Hitachi Power Tools UU610 Universal
$289.99 list($654.95)
11. Hitachi C10RA2 10" Portable Table
$499.99 list($599.99)
12. Hitachi 725297 Framing Nailer
$309.99 list($359.99)
13. Hitachi NR83A2S 3 1/4" Full Round
$179.99 list($189.00)
14. Hitachi C10FCH 10" Laser Compound
$239.00 $220.00 list($259.00)
15. Hitachi DS18DMR 18-Volt Cordless
$299.99 list($399.99)
16. Hitachi Power Tools EC119 2.5
17. Hitachi NR90AD 3-1/2" Clipped
$249.99 list($299.99)
18. Hitachi N5008AC Sheathing Stapler
$599.99 list($1,346.00)
19. Hitachi C15FB 15" Heavy Duty Miter
$379.99 list($419.00)
20. Hitachi NR65AKS Strap-Tite Metal

1. Hitachi C10FSH 10" Dual Bevel Slide Compound with Laser
list price: $699.00
our price: $469.00
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Asin: B00007J8CH
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 179
Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars
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Hitachi’s redo of the well-built C10FS took a great saw and made it better. Laser cutting line? Done. Taller fence? Done. More legible scales? Done. The soft-start, belt-driven, 12-amp motor reduces vibration, and you get the same impeccably smooth ride on the slide that its predecessor offered, thanks to Hitachi’s linear ball-bearing system. At a mere 44 pounds, it’s a great contractor saw for job site work, trimming studs, crown molding, plywood, decorative veneer and hardboard, even aluminum sash materials--and unlike other saws, it bevels left and right. This Hitachi is dead-on accurate every time, with a smooth action and comfortable, secure grip. Our favorite update to this saw is undoubtedly the laser cutting line--who wouldn’t want that? It’s a little spendy for the average home woodworking hobbyist, but with tools, you really do get what you pay for.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more


  • Hitachi exclusive 5 year warranty
  • New laser cut guide delivers highly accurate cuts
  • New high flip fence design for extra support
  • Frontal bevel scale makes reading angles easy
  • Soft-start, belt-driven, 12-amp motor reduces vibration for superior results

Reviews (30)

5-0 out of 5 stars HITACHI C 10FSH
I am an amatuer wood worker. I thorughly researched all the competing saws including Makita, Bosch, PC, and Delta. My father in-law has owned the 8 1/2" Hitachi sliding miter saw for over 10 years and attests to Hitachi's reliability. The 10 inch saw gives greater capacity and flexibility. The Hitachi saw was delievered in perfect adjustment. It is smooth and powerful. The laser line makes aligning cuts a pleasure (especially for far sighted individuals) and is a definite time saver. The standard 40-toothed blade leaves such smooth cuts that I haven't needed to use the bonus 72-toothed blade that was included. My criticisms are the table could be bigger, the power cord should be longer and there should be an adapter to easily hook it up to a vaccum system. This is an extremely well made tool that will not disappoint.

5-0 out of 5 stars Solid, accurate, repeatable. Love this saw.
I am a garage woodworker and I wanted precision cross cuts for cabinetmaking. I have had the Hitachi for six months and use it a lot.

The saw starts soft and cuts beautifully with the enclosed blade. The angles are true out of the box -- this is not a saw that requires much assembly or permits much adjustment. The laser feature is point 'n shoot simple.

I hook this saw up to my shop DC. I was not crazy about the bag dust collector (it's not awful, but it is a bag to clean up). I attached a 2.5" DC fitting with a bit of surgery and duct tape. Works fine and is reasonably clean. I clamp the saw to my workbench and fold the saw for storage underneath when not in use. Setup is well under a minute.

BTW, if you are training kids to work wood, this is a terrific first powersaw. The laser ensures precise cuts and as a slider, it is far easier to control than most power saws. My 11 year old uses it safely with supervision.

My other power tools are DeWalt and Bosch, but Hitachi invented compound sliders and I have no regrets about choosing this one.

4-0 out of 5 stars Motor is small - Noise is loud
I bought this saw after read all review on Amazon web site. The saw arrived almost two weeks later. UPS dropped it in very good shape. I didn't use it yet, I just gave it a test and these are what I found: like other review , the saw is good except the noise.
This saw has 12Amp motor but the noise is much louder than some 15Amp motor saws.The bevel stops at 33.9 degree is corect but at 30 degree on mine is at 29 degree but I don't know how to adjust it. If Hitachi fix those prolems it would be a five star miter saw.

5-0 out of 5 stars other reviews right on - a great saw with some minor flaws
Bought the C10FSH as an upgrade to the DW703. Would say that
the other reviews are right on the money. Saw was set up
properly right out of the box, and makes fine and accurate
miter and bevel cuts. Very solid, no slop. Soft start is

Before you buy, you should be aware of the following shortcomings:
*the safety switch takes some getting used to. To me, it is a pain.
*the laser does in fact have about 1/64" of run-out. It is
correct at the fence side of the cut. Since this problem
has been mentioned by so many reviewers, I have to assume that
Hitachi considers this a feature. To me, it is no big deal.
*My biggest beef is that there is no vernier on the miter
table. On the DW, it is very easy to change the miter angle
in accurate 1/4 degree increments. Not so w/ Hitachi.

All in all, I got what I expected.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good but not great. It could and should be.
The major feature of this saw is that it can make both a right and left bevel cut since the motor is up out of the way. That is the reason for the belt drive. However, the laser guide is only on one side of the kerf which negates most of the advantage of having a laser. The competition has solved this by having two laser lines, one on each side of the kerf or by having a line that is a big as the kerf.
My saw, which I have had for over a year now, the laser line is off about 1/64th at the end of the extended line. It can be set for the exact mark at the inside of a cut but will be off at the outside mark by 1/64th. In other words the kerf and the laser do not track exactly.
Otherwise, this saw has performed very well. It would be simple for Hitachi to make an upgrade for the laser and give instructions on how to correct the misalignment. I was unable to get anyone to even listen to me when I called the national office. ... Read more

2. Hitachi C10FSB 10" Dual Bevel Slide Compound Miter Saw
list price: $649.00
our price: $445.00
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Asin: B00007J8CG
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 356
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Take the versatility of a fully functional dual bevel compound saw, add in a smooth operating slide, throw a 12 amp, single-phase 60 Hz motor "under the hood," and you’re got the Hitachi C10FSB 10-inch dual bevel sliding compound miter saw. This saw works effectively in both wood and aluminum sash applications. A built-in soft-start feature, electronic speed control, and a no load speed of 3,800 rpm combine to ensure clean, accurate miter, bevel, compound, slide, groove, and press cuts every time. The slide works almost effortlessly and can handle work pieces up to 3-11/32-by-12-9/32 inches or 3-9/16-by-11 inches, with press cutting capabilities for narrower work pieces up to 3-11/32 inches square. For bevel, miter, and compound cutting, the saw bevels 45 degrees right and left of center, with a miter range of 0 to 45 degrees left and 0 to 57 degrees right. Positive stops are provided at the most common miter angles, but the saw can be positioned securely at any point along the scale. For added versatility, the saw’s vice assembly mounts on either the right or left side of the base and can be raised or lowered according to the work piece height. Blades are easy to remove and install. A polyethylene V-belt protects the saw’s motor against overload.--Carl Thress ... Read more


  • Hitachi exclusive 5 year warranty
  • Belt-driven motor with soft start and electronic speed control
  • Deflection guard that disperses chips away from operator and helps align cut lines
  • Linear ball bearing slide rail system prolonged accuracy
  • Positive miter locking system that holds firm at any angle

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars great saw
Just bought my second saw. My first one still works great, I just couldn't pass up this great price. This saw cuts strong and true. The problem of the dual bevel system was fixed in this newer version. I use this saw every day and it works great. A plus.

5-0 out of 5 stars great saw bad amazon
This is the slide compund miter to own! I've been using this saw for years and it works flawlessly and lasts through much use and abuse. I decided to get a new one this year because the price and promotions made it hard to pass up.
HOWEVER! The saw arrived without any sign of the free extra blade, or the mail in rebate form for a free drill. when I tried to find a phone number to call to get help from amazon...I could not find one any where on their web site, or on my receipt! I submitted two e-mail help requests and got no response. Amazon has really dropped the ball on customer service!
I finally called Tool Crib (AKA AMAZON) and got a customer service number from them 800-201-7575 and am in the process of sorting out the extra blade. For the free drill you'll need to print and mail a form found through various links from the saw page. Good luck!

5-0 out of 5 stars THE BEST SLIDER
This is an improved model of an already great tool! It was always the smoothest running and cutting saw before! Now it has easier to read markings on both bevel and table angle settings. Possitive angle notches in the table. Dual bevel and the belt drive is sooooo nice! The free blade is one of the best out there for cabinet or trim work. Buy it and you'll be hooked!We have used these Hitachi sliders since 1989 and we can't find anything close to it's quality and performance.

5-0 out of 5 stars new and improved
all the needed improvements.i've owned the predecesor and this one has all that was missing. great saw. ... Read more

3. Hitachi M12V 3-1/4 HP Electronic Variable Speed 1/2" Plunge Router
list price: $541.00
our price: $149.99
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Asin: B0000223K9
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 22
Average Customer Review: 4.31 out of 5 stars
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Routers don't get any bigger and tougher than this Hitachi workhorse. It has the solid construction, horsepower, and features we've come to expect in a top-of-the-line router. Its heft goes a long way toward eliminating vibration, working with the soft-start motor to cut out torque at startup. Despite its nearly 12 pounds, it actually handles as well as most 3-1/4-horsepower routers we've tried in freehand applications. It has a 1/2-inch collet and a wide sub-base opening, making it suitable for working with all but the very biggest panel bits. It features electronic variable speed, so the router makes clean cuts in a wide range of different materials. We found the controls to be within easy reach of the handles, and though this isn't the quietest router we've used, it comes pretty close. We like the unique eight-position handles that let the tool be adjusted to the worker rather than the other way around. While this is a topnotch plunge router, it's also an excellent choice for table mounting, and many people choose this model for exactly that reason. This is an all-around solid tool that offers more bang per buck than many competing models. --Brian Trinen ... Read more


  • Hitachi exclusive 5 year warranty
  • Powerful 15 amp motor
  • Three-position side handle with easy-to-reach controls
  • Electronic dial-in variable-speed control
  • Multislide scale and scale index system

Reviews (55)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Value for a Solid Router
This is truly a Clydesdale among the industry 3HP+ router workhorses. Built like a tank, yet nimble enough to be comfortably used with the Leigh dovetail jig. The soft start is a tremendous help for this type of operation. It is a heavy but well-balanced machine, which is an asset when maximum stability is desired. The edge guide is top quality, easy to install and accurate. I used this router to plow out 3" raised panels in oak without phasing the beast. This was possible due to the variable speed settings for any sized bit. The router is also equipped with an adapter that accepts PC guide bushings. The height adjustment knob is a bit flimsy, but it works well and provides good accuracy. The only complaint I have is that the 1/4" collet will not sufficiently hold any of my 1/4" bits. I purchased an aftermarket slotted collet that does the job. The Hitachi collet simply was not ground accurately. However, now that the kit comes with the height adjustment knob, I'd say jump all over it. This is a great deal, and I'm elated with my decision to go with Hitachi's green machine. Wish I could give it 4 1/2 stars.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good enought to get two
Two years ago I bought my first Hitachi M12V for the new router table I made. I read all tool reviews from magazines and web sites and decided that for that price and options this was the router to buy. I don't regret. I appreciate its power, variable speed, fine adjusment knob and its bright color (it brighten my workshop !!! and my pride !!!). Since I took off the handles and the springs to use it in my router table exclusively, since I wanted another router for heavy hand-held tasks, since I liked its smooth and easy locking mecanism, since the price is quite fair, I didn't hesitate to buy another one, even if the 1/4" collet takes a little more attention. After writing to The Router Workshop TV program hosts and Hitachi-Koki co. I know now that I have to align the slots of the collet and chuck and that using two wrenches brings me to a tight capture of the 1/4" router bits. On this second router I won't take off the wings (with a Dremel) that supports the brass bushing guides since I won't be using big router bits in hand-held routing operations. I'm a serious woodworker and this last is my seventh router.

5-0 out of 5 stars Dedicated table router
After much review of 3 HP routers; I decided to purchase the Hitachi as a dedicated table router. The router arrived quickly, but the sub-base was cracked & the fine adjustment knob was broken. Amazon quickly replaced the router. At the time I placed my order, late November. had a $25 off Hitachi coupon, plus the $159 sale, & free shipping. A great deal for only $135!!
I have only used the router as a fixed & plunge. Very hefty, very smooth motor wind-up from 8000-25000rpm. I'm waiting for my unisaw to arrive, and to make a router table on the outfeed table. As noted by other M12V user's; If your going to use large panel bits, you'll have to remove the metal ears that are used to attach the guide bushings. Not a problem since I have other routers for fine template work. Thus far, I have been very pleased with the sound construction, ease of changing bits (1/2" & 1/4"). The router may a bit too heavy & bulky for jig/template work. But if you looking for a powerful router for your router table. This Hiitachi should be at the top of your list.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great router
Bought this router with the idea of using it in a table exclusively. I Figured it would be too heavy for using it without a table, but I was wrong: the smooth slowstart feature and the router having no vibration makes it easily controlled.
I did end up mounting it in a table and it works great with large style and rail cutters.
I compared this against the larger DeWalt, but this one won based on price. As to performance, they are probably equal.

If you need a larger router for a good price, get this one.

4-0 out of 5 stars Router Wins because of Comfortable Controls
Bought an expensive Dewalt router some three years ago and never became comfortable with it. I use routers solely for hand work and relegate all table usage (including panels) to my Grizzly shaper. Gave the Dewalt to a woodworking friend in gratitude for his help in moving tools to a new shop.
Saw the Hitachi on with their $25.00 coupon (at the time) and could not resist trying it out.
UNLIKE other reviewers, I like the tool because it is easy to operate outside of the router table. Both the on/off switch (soft start) and the depth lock are within easy reach of the right hand. It is no more heavy than any other powerful router and not as bad as some Porter Cable models I tried. I use custom side clamps set up for 1/4 and 1/2 inch bits in order to plough mortises easily (and with great accuracy). Unlike my experience with the Dewalt, I now enjoy reaching for the Hitachi (and allow me to stress I am a fan of many other Dewalt tools -- especially their large table saw and famous miter saws).
LIKE other reviewers I can attest to the following:
1. Your Hitachi might come to you with a stiff spring mechanism. Mine was so bad I had to to use a hammer to free it (and this is why I'm giving it 4, not 5 stars). I have noted that as you use the tool, sawdust builds in the channel and it requires attention. Not a killer problem, but not well done, either.
2. Half-inch router bits provide more operating security and finish quality than do their 1/4 inch counterparts. Have read this on the web and can second the comparative preference.
I do woodworking as a serious hobby. For me, it is as important that the tool be comfortable to use as it is that it produce a high-quality result. Can recommend the Hitachi in this ergonomic arena -- at the price quoted on Amazon it is a bargain. ... Read more

4. Hitachi C8FB2 8-1/2" Sliding Compound Miter Saw
list price: $1,169.00
our price: $379.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000223L2
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 1782
Average Customer Review: 4.45 out of 5 stars
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Hitachi's' 8-1/2-inch sliding compound miter saw is a tried-and-true favorite with professionals, who value its solid construction and reliable accuracy. It has a 9-1/2 amp motor with an electric brake, 11 positive miter stops, and 4 positive stops on the bevel gauge. We like the big wide table, the hefty base construction, and the embossed numbers and markers of the miter gauge. While the sliding fence is clearly designed with easy adjustment in mind, it's less durable than we would like to see and not too tall. The blade guard operates smoothly and doesn't obstruct the visibility of the work--an improvement over previous versions that had a tendency to hang up. This saw was among the first sliding compound miter saws out, and its solid, reliable design hasn't changed much or lost popularity, even after several years on the market and a lot more competition. Due to its solid construction, it remains accurate after a long time on the job, making it a consistent favorite with professional trim carpenters and everyone else whose work depends on exactitude. People who want the accuracy this saw offers but need more thickness capacity and the convenience of a double-bevel saw may want to consider Hitachi's 10-inch sliding compound miter saw. --Brian Trinen ... Read more


  • Hitachi exclusive 5 year warranty
  • Ball-bearing slide system
  • Locking swivel head for bevel cutting
  • Spindle lock for quick blade changes
  • Bevel and miter detents for crown molding cuts

Reviews (20)

5-0 out of 5 stars Lay it Down
I've owned this saw for over 5 years now and will most likely grab another one for the crew. It doesn't get anymore percise than this unit.We work on exclusive homes on a daily basis that are loaded with sizeable moldings.A little clue to those who try and cut everything standing up, LAY IT DOWN. You can be much more accurate with your molding laying on a flat serface,specificaly large crowns and baseboards.So my advise to Bobby from Boulder is to learn how to use that exspensive saw you speak so pourly of or just work with 3" moldings for the rest of your days.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great saw- beware though of wrong info above from manufactur
As the owner of a trim carpentry business with 5 employees, I have to admit this saw is the most versatile I have found. Each employee has one entrusted to him, and I have tried the other brands and even own the new 10" Hitachi dual-beveling saw. The point that needs to be made is that the description at this time from the manufacturer says that this saw bevels both directions- which it does not. It miters both directions, but only bevels to the left. The larger ten inch Hitachi bevels both ways, and it a nice saw to own also. The beauty of this saw, though, it that it lasts practically forever, is lightweight, and versatile. We cut up to 24" shelving by cutting one direction, then flipping it over and finishing the cut. We cut miles of crown flat with it using compound mitre and bevel cuts, and it's not a big deal to flip your piece around.(Most of the time, we use a crown that you can flip over and cut due a flat profile instead of handling the long length again) Buy this saw, you will enjoy it.

5-0 out of 5 stars SOO CLOSE!
Hitachi has come soo close to perfection with this saw. It's small blade, high power motor, and well designed slide mechanism make this saw cut more consistently high quality cuts than any other saw on the market! But, this saw also has some serious weaknesses. 1) Only tilts in one direction. 2) Fence is too short( all cuts must be done flat.) 3. Fence is too soft. becomes bent after relatively short period of constant use. plastic fence pieces break and are tooo flexible. can be remedied by attaching hardwood to fence but this limits the clamp. 4) smaller capacity.

while I say this is the best on the market I have not tried the latest 10" sliders to enter the market.


4-0 out of 5 stars HITACHI DUST BAG

5-0 out of 5 stars Need replacement parts
I own a C8FB that I bought in 1991. Love the saw, it still cuts as good as the day I purchased it. The problem I have is I need a few replacement parts (blade guard, blade insert,etc.)and don't know where to get them. Can anybody help me out? ... Read more

5. Hitachi NV45AB2 Roofing Nailer

our price: $299.99
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Asin: B00007ISWW
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 2459
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars No other nail gun is even close!
I am a roofing contractor. I have tried a few other brands of nail guns but none can come close to the quality and durability of the Hitatchi! There is nothing else to say. You can not beat this gun. It won't dissapoint you!

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome nailer
I researched several roofing nailers and based my decision on the reviews I read about the Hitachi. I have shingled two roofs so far and have had zero problems. The second roof I did was for a friend and he helped with his Poter Cable nailer. It was picky about the nails that were used, jamed often and had no depth setting. The Hitachi kept plugging along and never missed a beat. The depth setting was crucial for the different situations when installing shingles. After years of hammering nails and seeing other guns in action, I highly recommend the Hitachi NV45AB2.

Hitachi has long had the best roofing coil nailer on the market with the NV-45AB. This new and improved model actually made the best thing even better. It is very similar to the previous nailer but it offers an easier method to reload coils. Much more durable than any of its competition. I have tried them all. Max, Bostitch, Senco, Paslode. Nothing can surpass the Hitachi!

5-0 out of 5 stars the review
the roofing nails went all the way in a nd the wood diddn't split ... Read more

6. Hitachi NT65MA2 2-1/2" 15 Gauge Finish Nailer

our price: $199.00
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Asin: B0000EI97N
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 360
Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
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Long nails into hardwood? No problem. Working overhead? It's only 4.2 pounds. Hate having the exhaust in your face? Tool-free, 360-degree adjustment takes care of that. No time for jams? Clearing takes no more than a couple of seconds because of the quick-release nose. The magazine is made of nylon, but it seems as rugged to us as any metal magazine out there. That's also why this nailer is so easy on the hands. Add to that a nicely padded grip and a selective trigger and you'd think you have the perfect nailer. But get this—there's a built-in dust blower that clears light debris and dust from your workpiece. Hitachi quality leaves nothing to want.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more


  • Superior power drives 2 1/2" nails into the hardest woods
  • Selective trigger for flexibility in firing operations
  • 15 guage finish nails
  • Shoots 15 gauge 1 1/4" - 2 1/2" Angled finish Nails
  • Lightweight at only 4.2 lbs.

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Reliable and Tough as Nails
I've used this gun quite a bit and it hasn't misfired yet. It's simple to use and feels solid, made to last. Plenty of power too; sinks 2 1/2" nails into pressure treated fir with no problem. In white pine I had to back the pressure off to keep it from sinking them TOO deep! The air nozzle feature should be on every finish nailer. You'd be surprised how handy it is; no need to put the gun down to clear away the chips etc... that always seem to get in the way of a good fit. The only drawback I found is that you'll have to go to a good hardware store to find an air fitting for it. Once that's done it's the perfect finish nailer.

5-0 out of 5 stars great nailer
i bought this nailer several months ago. great finish gun. the little button near the top/side of the gun is an air blower. great to have available when doing base, to blow away the crumbs from falling plaster or debris that is in the way. just push and it blows it away, nice added feature that the others don't have. have had no problems and would recommend this highly

4-0 out of 5 stars good tool--bad customer service
excellent tool--but no free shipping as advertised--but bought the tool anyway! don't know if this is indicative of amazon policy--used car salesmen!

5-0 out of 5 stars Full Time Finish Carpenter
I currently run five Hitachi, three Senco, and two Max finish nailers. The Hitachi NT65MA2 is the best nailer I have. It is very light with minimal recoil. It has enough power to sink nails in maple effortlessly. It is stone cold reliable- it has never broken a driver after five years of fulltime use (bought my old NT65MA in 98). The safety works well without marring. It shoots the Senco DA series (also UA) nail which has become the defacto industry standard. Hitachi appears to have spared no effort in designing and building the best 2 1/2" finish nailer. ... Read more

7. Hitachi NR83A2 2" to 3-1/4" Full Head Framer with Depth of Drive
list price: $419.00
our price: $309.00
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Asin: B0000CCXUV
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 885
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Time is money, so no wonder this is one of Hitachi's best sellers. Its ability to fire plastic-collated full round head framing nails from 2" to 3-1/4" means you're getting the job done faster at an amazing three-nails-per-second. No fiddling with tools to adjust the drive depth, either, which is another great feature. Though it's not the lightest nailer we've handled at 7.9 pounds, it's so nicely balanced that the weight isn't really a detriment. It didn't jam on us, but if it should, we think clearing would only take a second due to the nice open nose design. Framers, roofers and truss builders will really get their money's worth out of this workhorse.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more


  • Lightweight (only 7.9 lbs.) and
  • Drives 3 nails per second
  • Full round-head, plastic strip collation
  • Shoots 2" - 3 1/4" x .113 - .131
  • Nail capacity of 64-70 nails

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars The best framing gun out there
I just returned my DeWalt nail gun and purchased this Hitachi. What a diffefrence. I love this gun. It's dependable and built tough. It takes the abuse of a job site, and keeps working. Their almost indestructable. The only draw back is the lack of a depth adjuster, but well worth it. I would recommend this gun to anybody, the weekend warrior or the full-time framer. ... Read more

8. Hitachi NV65AH Siding Coil Nailer
list price: $466.39
our price: $348.00
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Asin: B0000225JZ
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 1173
Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
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When it comes to designing nailers, Hitachi keeps the end user in mind. Their siding coil nailer, engineered for serious siding work, impressed us with its light weight (only 4.6 pounds), which does wonders for your arm (not to mention your productivity) toward the end of a long day. We're also suckers for a good grip, and the NV65AH has a great one--it's rubberized, and, unlike a lot of other tools we've known, it's also a width that normal-size humans can get their hands around. This nailer's got an easy-to-operate depth-of-drive adjustment as well, to countersink or flush-drive nails, and a smooth firing mechanism. The air deflector pivots 360 degrees--a nice, user-friendly feature.

One feature we'd like to have seen is the two bumper plates that go on the front and back of other Hitachi models. These plates really go a long way toward protecting a nailer from unnecessary wear and tear, and, in the end, they probably extend its usage quite a bit. But, on the whole, this is a nice piece of equipment. We'd be happy to fire it up any day. --Michael Shilling ... Read more


  • 30-day satisfaction guarantee and one year warranty on parts and labor
  • 360 degree adjustable exhaust deflector
  • Lightweight, only 4.6 pounds
  • Depth of drive adjustment
  • 1-1/2- to 2-1/2-inch-by-.090-.099, wire and plastic collated coil nails

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars Performance and Precision
This nailer is like a german sports car. It's got power, performance and handles like a dream. The single most important feature for a good siding nailer is the ability to accurately dial in the depth that the nails are driven. For cedar, or cement board siding the depth of drive is crucial. This nailer lets you adjust the depth of drive with absolute accuracy. You can flush nail all day long and you almost never have to pull your hammer out to set a proud nail. In addition, this nailer is light at 4.6 pounds which is also important when your using it all day on a ladder or scaffolding.

The other feature that I love is that the nailer is extremely well balanced for a coil nailer. Most coil nailers are nose heavy because they don't have the stick housing to counter balance them. This nailer is not nose heavy and just has a great feel in your hand. Of all my tools, this is one of my favorites. I have not had a single jam and I've fired thousands and thousands of nails with it. This is a high performance tool, and I would highly recommend it to anyone who has any amount of siding to put up. It's a time saver, and truly a joy to use.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great coil nailer!
I shot one box of 4800 2 1/4" ring shank galvanized nail through this gun the first time I used it. Oiled it often and kept clean as possible. There was the occasional miss where the nail had fallen out of the coil but it was harmless. Depth gauge worked well and was easy to adjust. This gun is lightweight, the Senco is a beast.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome nailer
I had started hanging cedar shingle by hand,but it was way too slow and I was wasting alot of shingles due to breakage. I purchased this nailer and it proved to be a time and labor saver. I needs to be kept oiled or it will jam but very easy to unjam. Do not think twice just buy it. Now I have a fence to build, lucky me I already have mine.

5-0 out of 5 stars worth the money
This is the best coil nailer I have ever used! I have run a siding crew for over 5 years and have tried them all proformance wise this gun rates #1 in my eyes.

5-0 out of 5 stars Single shot trigger is optional
Great gun. Be aware that the single-shot trigger will cost you $25 from Hitachi. Pretty annoying, since Senco sends theirs out for free. ... Read more

9. Hitachi NV75AG Coil Siding-Framing Nailer
list price: $499.99
our price: $369.99
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Asin: B00007ISWV
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 5633
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • Directional exhaust
  • Drives both wire framing and plastic sheet siding collated coil fasteners
  • Weighs only 5.5 pounds
  • New side-load bucket with tilt-out feature for quick and easy fastener loading
  • Accurate tool-less depth of drive

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Nailer, Great Buy
Amazon's Tool Crib shipped on time with no glitches. The 75 nailer is typical of Hitachi's great nailers, and has the versatility to do framing and siding. Mine has gone through about 4000 2" Senco and 3" Bostich nails for fence building without a miss and little sign of wear. Since I only use it once in a while, I'm confident it will last me a lifetime.

5-0 out of 5 stars Once again, Hitachi produces a superior product.
I was in need of another siding gun, and saw the NV75AG just hit the market. Being that I own the siding (4 years use) and framing (8 years use) versions Hitachi makes (both superior products), when it came time to get a second nailer for siding the choice was clear. For several years I have been contempating getting a coil framer. When sheeting walls on the ground I loose considerable time reloading with the stick framer. This gun holds over 225 nails in one coil! And should my stick framer blow a top seal, or sider fail, the NV75AG will allow me to continue.
The gun functions flawlessly, with both the depth adjustment on the gun and a non maring tip included. Hitachi includes all allen wrenches and fittings, something other makers should but don't.
Only complaints, cost and plastic skirting. Cost, well it takes the place of 2 guns. Skirting, easily removed. ... Read more

10. Hitachi Power Tools UU610 Universal Miter Saw Station
list price: $299.99
our price: $189.99
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Asin: B0001AGNJQ
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Hitachi Koki U.S.A.
Sales Rank: 634
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • Heavy-duty aluminum construction
  • Patented cam lock saw installation
  • Roller fence
  • 500 pound capacity

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars UPDATE to prior review
Since I posted my initial review, Amazon has lowered its price on the Hitachi Work Station from $239.99 to $199.99. For someone like me, (who can get by without the extension stop and wheels that come with the TracRac T3) the Hitachi stand is now the hands-down best value of ALL the available stands!! I should also note that although you do not get the 3 foot extension stop with the Hitachi stand there is a flip-away work stop included on the work support arm. Amazon has agreed to credit me the difference in cost. I continue to be impressed with my dealings with this company.

5-0 out of 5 stars TracRac T3 ¿ A BETTER VALUE??
After purchasing the Hitachi C10FSB Miter Saw, I began shopping for a stand worthy of the saw. When I checked back at Amazon, I was glad to discover that Hitachi now has its very own stand. After purchasing other so-called UNIVERSAL products, only to be disappointed - I decided to play it safe and buy the OFFICIAL HITACHI AUTHORIZED version. After reading other customer reviews of the TracRac T3, it became evident that TracRac was manufacturing this product for Hitachi - Great! I thought - especially since the Hitachi version is ten dollars less. (note: Amazon had not yet posted a picture of the Hitachi stand when I made my purchase). Even after reading the very positive reviews for the TracRac T3, I was blown away by the quality of the components I pulled from the box. This is a very well designed and manufactured product. Hitachi/TracRac must have been listening to James S. McCulley from Albany (who has a review under TracRac called "Great Product - small flaw" about the Hitachi Universal Workstation in which he mentions a problem with the brittle plastic end caps) because included with a note about product improvement are four little rubber shock absorbing pads which you are instructed to insert before applying the end caps - it also looks as though they changed the end cap material to a softer more flexible type of plastic.

THE THING IS - even though the Hitachi Universal Workstation is $10 less than the TracRac T3 and it does have Hitachi green decals!! - you do not get the extension stop nor the wheel kit. What you see in the picture is what you get. You can add them as options for $70 bucks if want. So it looks like the TracRac T3 is the better value. Now, I am just a weekend hack so I don't plan on sending the Hitachi stand back (especially since it arrived in perfect condition) - but if I were a professional carpenter that extension stop and wheel kit would definitely be worth the extra 10 clams. ... Read more

11. Hitachi C10RA2 10" Portable Table Saw with Metal Stand
list price: $654.95
our price: $289.99
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Asin: B00004RIPH
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 4232
Average Customer Review: 3.38 out of 5 stars
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The Hitachi 10-inch table saw is a lightweight portable that packs plenty of power and prices in the midrange of portable table saws. We've come to think of a good-quality rip fence as perhaps the most important feature of any table saw, and the Hitachi has a nicely finished, easily adjusted fence that feels sturdy and well mounted. The cam-lock handle is easy to operate and holds the fence firmly in place. The bevel adjustment is simply designed and operates smoothly. The handle pulls out to disengage and move the blade in large increments, then pushes back in for crank-turn microadjustments. However, we found a flaw with the Hitachi's poorly designed bevel lock. This rather small lever is mounted alongside the crank handle. As the blade tilts, the lever moves with it. The problem comes when the blade is tilted to a full 45-degree angle: in that position, the lever is tucked up close under the table and is very hard to tighten. This drawback probably isn't enough to dissuade true Hitachi loyals, who appreciate the power and durability of the famous Hitachi motor, but an improvement here would make this decent and reliable saw a top contender. The Hitachi doesn't feature the extendable fence for ripping four-by-eight panel material like the Bosch and DeWalt saws, but at $150 less than those tools, it's a solid and affordable performer. --Mark McDonald ... Read more


  • Hitachi exclusive 5 year warranty
  • Includes metal stand, a $79.99 value
  • High-quality rip fence with cam-locking action
  • 15 amp, 5,000 rpm motor
  • See-through blade guard

Reviews (13)

3-0 out of 5 stars Pretty Good, some rough spots
I love this saw but it has a few rough spots. The saw was out of adjustment out of the box in 2 aspects. 1. Squareness of blade to the table and 2. parallel-ness to the miter gauge. I tried to adjust it according to the manual but there was so much thread lock on the adjustment screws it broke my screwdriver and stripped the screw heads...

Good points: Powerful, nice compromise in size and weight for a portable, big table. Great Fence. Sturdy stand. Unbelieveable price. Hitachi needs to tighten up the quality at that Taiwan plant and they will have a winner.

5-0 out of 5 stars AWSOME SAW FOR THE MONEY
I bought this saw on EBAY for $200.00....refurbished with a 1 year warranty. WHAT A GREAT DEAL...Features I liked, High quality fence, Large safty switch, Heavy duty stand, Heavy duty motor, Large table, Portable, Metal housing not cheap plastic...Unlike some of the other reviews I had no problem with the tilt lock handle and the miter gauge..they both work fine.

If your looking for a high quality saw but you don't want to part with $500.00...THIS IS THE SAW FOR YOU.

1-0 out of 5 stars If your looking for a good saw, then overlook the C10RA2
Hitachi has released some pretty decent products in the past, but in my opinion this table saw is definitely not one of them.

It does have a few good points like a nice cast iron 3 piece table, and aluminum fence, and the body is sheet metal, and is not plastic, and the motor is plenty powerful.

Now for the complaints. The stand that comes with the saw looks nice but functions poorly. Sometimes when I saw a large piece of wood the entire thing slides on the floor, sometimes damaging the workpiece. Another problem I have with it is that there is no way to upgrade the size of the table, in fact there is only one upgrade to the entire unit, a dado insert. The miter slot isn't standard, so you can add absolutely no third party accessories that would fit in a standard miter slot. Concerning the 3 piece table, I have noticed that the two side pieces are sometimes nearly a 16th" off from the center piece and I have to unscrew them and realign them flat, I am afraid one day I will wear out the screws and it won't realign correctly. Yet another problem is with the blade guard. Great idea, but it just doesn't work. When I align the fence and run a board through, the board almost always gets stuck on the blade guard and I have to push very hard (not safe at all), then the stand (with no rubber feet) begins to slip and the whole table saw slides, making it extremely dangerous. I have since then installed the saw onto one of the Ridgid mobile utility carts, and turned the Hitachi stand into a chair(I haven't slid out yet, heh heh). I also removed the blade guard completely. Oh yeah, yet another complaint, This thing is EXTREMELY LOUD!!! Wear ear protection especially at the start up. Oh yeah I forgot about yet another problem. When you use the blade tilt mechanism and want to go to 45 degrees, the blade lock gets in the way and you end up busting your knuckles, and having to realign the lock so that you can move the tilt mechanism and lock the blade so it stays at the angle you want.

I have owned this saw for 9 months, and made a couple hundred cuts with it, and in conclusion I definitely wish I had bought another saw, probably a Ridgid. It always happens to me when I try to save a few bucks. If you are looking for a saw to do just a few cuts maybe buy a less expensive delta, but if you are looking for a semi-professional saw, you may want to overlook the Hitachi C10RA2.

3-0 out of 5 stars Should have read other reviews more carefully
I did read the other reviews on the poor quality of the mitre guage on this saw before purchasing, but didn't really think it would be a problem. I got the saw this summer and have put quite a few hours on it since.

Overall I like the quality of the saw but I am VERY diasppointed in the mitre guage and slot. Having a non-standard slot is a major problem. It really limits (make that prevents) your ability to use aftermarket products, and the poor quality of the one you get with the saw makes accurate cuts hit or miss. I can't imagine why Hitachi designed it this way. Usually a tool maker does that when they want to make sure you buy their aftermarket parts, but in this case even Hitachi doesn't offer any thing better.

The other minor annoyance I have is how difficult it is to adjust the saw for angled cuts. Maybe I'm doing something wrong but the wheel and lever interfere with each other; making it difficult to set and lock down on the angle you're shooting for.

I'll keep this for rough carpentry work but I'll have to replace it soon with a real quality cabinet saw.

3-0 out of 5 stars A nice beginner's saw
I bought this saw about a year ago when I first started getting into woodworking. I would say it is a nice piece of equipment for a beginner on a limited budget, or for the amature woodworker who will not be using it every single day. I agree with the other reviews here about its positives:
1) Strong motor
2) Good carbide-tipped blade included in package
3) Sturdy stand
4) Solid rip fence

The miter gauge is pratically useless. It is way too sloppy
and has too much play. It is also an irritating non-standard
width, so you can't fit any aftermarket attachments to it.
The 90 and 45 degree stops are likewise not reliable. You
will need to check for accuracy with a square every time you
move the blade. And yes, it is LOUD!
I had one major assembly headache when I unpacked it. One of the bolts that attach the rubber feet to the base was mismatched to the threads of the hole, so I had to make a trip to the hardware store and find a replacement bolt.
Overall, this is a bargain saw that will work quite nicely
for a beginner, but if I had to make a living building furniture, this would not be my top choice. ... Read more

12. Hitachi 725297 Framing Nailer with 2 HP Compressor Combo Kit
list price: $599.99
our price: $499.99
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Asin: B00009OYF0
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 5851
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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One of Hitachi’s most popular nailers, and for good reason. It’s practically impossible to jam and fires a rapid three nails per second. At first gander, it appears heavy and unwieldy, but in hand, it’s amazingly well-balanced and comfortable, and Hitachi’s nailers are among the most reliable we’ve seen. It runs off air pressure of 70 to 120 psi, delivering plenty of "pow" even at the lower end. Hitachi recommends this model for floor and wall framing, truss build-up, window build-up, construction of subflooring and roof decking, wall sheathing, and mobile home and modular house construction. The accompanying EC12 compressor provides plenty of air pressure for any pneumatic nailer at 4 cubic feet per minute at 90 psi and a 14-second recovery time. The twin tanks are stacked, so it’s compact and portable, perfect for the job site at 60 pounds.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more


  • 50 foot hose included
  • Combo kit includes nailer, compressor, hose, fittings and oil
  • Most dependable NR83A shoots 2- 3 1/4" full round head plastic collated fasteners
  • 2 HP oil-bath stack tank compressor
  • 14.5 amp compressor

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great
I have had this nailer and compressor for about a year and have gone through over 4 thousand nails. I have had no problems with the gun. The only problem encountered was with the compressor. It would not start up when connected to any extension cord. I would recommend this to anyone that wants a high quality nailer and compressor. ... Read more

13. Hitachi NR83A2S 3 1/4" Full Round Head Framing Nailer with Sequential Trigger
list price: $359.99
our price: $309.99
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Asin: B0001VNWKI
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 11168
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  • 2"-3 1/4" capacity
  • Top loading, two piece magazine
  • Selective trigger actuation
  • 7.9 lbs
  • Rubber comfort grip

14. Hitachi C10FCH 10" Laser Compound Miter Saw
list price: $189.00
our price: $179.99
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Asin: B0002RMB5I
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 1212
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  • Oversized table and fence
  • Hitachi Laser Marker System
  • Only 27 pounds
  • Carbide Blade
  • 0 to 52 degree miter capacity left and right

15. Hitachi DS18DMR 18-Volt Cordless Driver Kit
list price: $259.00
our price: $239.00
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Asin: B0002NRMJC
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 4077
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  • Externally accessible carbon brush for quick and easy brush changes
  • 2-piece rare-earth magnet motor for greater durability and increased performance
  • Class leading 550in/lbs of torque to power through the toughest jobs
  • High capacity 3.0 Ah batteries allow for longer run time and fewer battery charges
  • 22-stage ratcheting slip-clutch for high torque and/or precision driving

16. Hitachi Power Tools EC119 2.5 HP Compressor
list price: $399.99
our price: $299.99
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Asin: B0000EI9AG
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 5806
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  • 2.5 peak horsepower
  • 4.4 cfm at 90 psi
  • Direct drive motor
  • Protective roll cage design
  • Easy to grip drain cocks

17. Hitachi NR90AD 3-1/2" Clipped Head Strip Nailer
list price: $279.99
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Asin: B0002X7VMU
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 731
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  • Hitachi vibration isolation pads for extended tool life
  • Lightweight design at only 7 lbs. for comfort and control
  • Tool-less firing mode and depth selectors for less downtime
  • 2-piece anodized aluminum magazine for durability
  • One step nail loading system for faster nailing

18. Hitachi N5008AC Sheathing Stapler
list price: $299.99
our price: $249.99
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Asin: B0000614UN
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 4840
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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  • Easy load magazine for less downtime and more productivity
  • Lightweight design for less operator fatigue
  • Increased power for driving in thicker stock
  • Quick Clear nose for fast jam repair
  • Leather comfort grip for comfort and control

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3-0 out of 5 stars Nice, but...
I bought this stapler new, and I must saw the thing is beautiful to use. I use it for framing so the thing gets a lot of use every day. The only issue I have with it is the magazine for the staples is made of plastic. I did not think it was a big deal until one of my employees let it slide off the roof we were sheating. The magazine broke cleanly in two. The rest of the stapler is very well built, but I think that the magazine should be made of some sort of metal, say magnesium or aluminum. This would make a good stapler, the best stapler in my opinion. ... Read more

19. Hitachi C15FB 15" Heavy Duty Miter Saw
list price: $1,346.00
our price: $599.99
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Asin: B0000223KS
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 2464
Average Customer Review: 4.86 out of 5 stars
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Hitachi's 15-inch miter saw is a heavy-duty tool ideal for people who need to cut big post and beam stock. It has a powerful 15 amp with an electric brake to match its sturdy construction, and can cut material as thick as 4-3/4 inches and as wide as 7-1/2 inches at 0 degrees, and as wide as 5-15/32 at a 45 degree miter. It also comes with a clamp nearly hefty enough to be called a vise for holding the material tight to the fence, and has built-in extension wings to make work with long boards easier. We really like the convenient thumb-operated blade guard lifter that makes it easier to work with big boards that might otherwise cause the guard to hang up. The miter gauge is riveted on, but the numbers and markings are not in relief, so it may need replacing in time as the paint wears off, although the riveted connection will make that replacement a tougher job than it should be. This saw has a vertical handle, like all the Hitachi miter saws, rather than the horizontal configuration many people prefer. In all, this is a truly reliable miter saw that's designed and built tough enough to remain accurate under demanding job site conditions. --Brian Trinen ... Read more


  • Hitachi exclusive 5 year warranty
  • Heavy duty 15 amp motor
  • Can cut material as thick as 4-3/4 inches and as wide as 7-1/2 inches
  • Crosscut to 90 degrees, miter to 45 degrees
  • Comes with combination blade, dust bag, wrench, extension guide assembly, and vice assembly

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5-0 out of 5 stars simple and reliable
I have owned this saw for almost 15 years without incident although I have encountered the brake problem noted by solraiz7. I routinely cut 5 1/2" crown using the supplied vise to maintain the cutting relationship with the supplied fence. Unlike the newer and more popular sliding compound saws, you just set it on 45 degrees and cut to length for a perfect joint (outside corner or coped inside corner). I have mine mounted on a Rousseau mobile cart with folding supports which makes it very versatile. As for blades, I have been happy with the Freud 108 tooth blade. A little expensive to buy or sharpen, it gives long life and a clean cut. If you are cutting a lot of pressure treated wood, you probably want something in 10 in size with a ready supply of throw-away blades.

5-0 out of 5 stars Absolute necessity for cutting tall base and crown
I have been using several of the Hitachi 15in. saws for many years. There is no substitute for cutting tall baseboard and crown. The only drawback is that the blade brake on my saws has worn after years of use and rarely kicks in without some coaxing. I have to flip the switch several times to get it to kick in. Changing the brushes has helped but the large blade wears down brakes much faster than on any other saw.

5-0 out of 5 stars Discontinued saw blade
I have used the Hitachi C15FB for over 10 years and have gotten excellent service from it. My one and only complaint is that is used to come with a 15" combination saw blade, part number 974651Z. The blade is no longer available for re-order, so I am told. I would like very much to see this blade resurrected and made available. I cannot and will not use carbide blades because tips have come off every blade I have used. My next purchase will be a saw that has non-carbide teeth replacement blades if this blade is not made available.

5-0 out of 5 stars Stands the test of time
I purchased this machine about 10 years ago and it has been a truly exceptional machine. While its not that easy to lug around, I often stick it in my truck to take to a job site when I need to cut larger stock than normal. It has been flawless.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best 15" Saw on the market - Period!
This saw is designed for trim. You'll need to add wood backplates along the fence to be able to cut tall baseboard and crown. A very smooth cutter! I have used this model for 15 or so years. Worth every penny and a very good price at amazon! Expect to pay $150.00 for high performance blade. ... Read more

20. Hitachi NR65AKS Strap-Tite Metal Fastening Nailer with Short Magazine
list price: $419.00
our price: $379.99
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Asin: B00009LI4P
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 4685
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • Tool-less adjustment for different fastener lengths
  • New short magazine
  • Easy to use fastener placement
  • Lightweight at 5.5 lbs.
  • 1 1/2" to 2 1/2" x .148-.162 fasteners

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars chappyaboatshoecarpenter
this little unit blows thooough the the hangers like it was flashing tin,(not reconmended, aim for the hole-easy enough w/ this tool)its short, stubbie, cute & powerful.wear your safety glass always w/ this tools are brought w/ tool cost vs time saved in a yearly job scope, this tool paid me back on it's first 2,600 sqft additon completion.the hurricane straps alone numbered 100,three decks, tgi & multi lvl hangers.whats your man hours alloted for these tasks,maybe i should say man days.the name Hitachi says it all,your reward- time saved vs tool cost( look @ your sore little fingers, there thanking you as you click "proceed to check-out") aboatshoecarpenter ... Read more

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