I was perusing the many threads in the archives on biscuit joiners. I
don't expect that my needs for one would justify a top-end unit, but
accuracy is always a requirement.
Now, depending on which review you read, you can't get a good biscuit
joiner for under $200. Oh man, pul-leeeze tell me that isn't true!
Amazon has the Dewalt DW682K joiner for $150. That's about as much as I
would like to pay for one (though if necessary, I'll pay what I have to
so as to ensure that I get something I like).
The reviews on Amazon for the Dewalt range from GREAT to AWFUL. That
figures. But the bulk of reviews are quite positive.
If you own a Dewalt, would you give me your critique of it?
And if possible, can anyone recommend a good solid joiner - one for
casual use - that is accurate and costs less than the Dewalt?