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JM82 Biscuit Joiner

Ryobi - JM82 Biscuit Joiner

This biscuit joiner from Ryobi is a fine tool for occasional trim carpentry and basic woodworking projects

$100.00 (As of 9/1/2005)

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7/13/2009

This was my 4th biscuit joiner and by far it is better than the craftsman and I liked it better than the Dewalt. The handle grip on makes it so much easier to use and control. The fine adjustment knob on it is great and the base plate has a rubber pad on it to help it keep it from slipping The dust bag works very well. You can't beat this tool for it's price
1/30/2008

the price is right, but this tool leaves a bit to be desired. there is way too much play when cutting the slot. you never know if you will wind up with a flush joint or not. i'll spend a little more on my next biscuit joiner.