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Dewalt DW745 15 Amp 10 in. Table Saw $254.15 w/free Shipping @ CPOOUTLETS

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Last Edited by TattyBear July 9, 2016 at 09:19 AM
Hello fellow SD'ers!

For those who missed the deal last month at Rakuten, here is a deal on the Dewalt DW745 jobsite table saw from CPOOUTLETS direct.

Go to the link below and add the item to cart

http://www.cpooutlets.com/dewalt-...table-saws

Use coupon code STARS16 for $44.85 off the price, putting it at $254.15. Economy shipping is free.

The coupon works sitewide, so you can also use this code on the DW7480, DWE7480, DWE7491RS, DWE7490X, DWE749GD. An alternative to Dewalt is the Bosch 4100 table saw. Both come highly recommended.

-Seller is reputable and has been posted numerous times on this website. For those in applicable states, you save on the sales tax you would pay at Lowes and HD.

Enjoy your holiday weekend folks!
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Just a heads up, you can't use a dado blade with the Dewalt DW745. The DWE7480 can't use one either.
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Just a heads up, you can't use a dado blade with the Dewalt DW745. The DWE7480 can't use one either.
Thanks for the info. I was just going to ask that. Is there any portable table saw that can take the dado blade?
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DWE7491RS is $50 more than Lowes, HD, Amazon, etc. to begin with. Between coupons and discounted GCs I could easily get it for less at Lowes and not have to worry about dealing with this company if something goes wrong.
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DWE7491RS is $50 more than Lowes, HD, Amazon, etc. to begin with. Between coupons and discounted GCs I could easily get it for less at Lowes and not have to worry about dealing with this company if something goes wrong.
Interesting. I see that the price on CPO is $599.99, which is $20 more than HD, Lowes, or Amazon. At Lowes and HD, you may get $20 off 100 or 10% movers coupons, but you pay sales tax that negates the values of those coupons, assuming CPO doesn't operate in your state. Amazon doesn't do coupons on this unit, so the 15% saved = $90 off, making the CPO coupon a better value. Are you a contractor who gets discounts on tools? I do agree that having a retail outfit close is much more convenient than ordering online, but depending on where you live there could be a Dewalt service center nearby as well.
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Interesting. I see that the price on CPO is $599.99, which is $20 more than HD, Lowes, or Amazon. At Lowes and HD, you may get $20 off 100 or 10% movers coupons, but you pay sales tax that negates the values of those coupons, assuming CPO doesn't operate in your state. Amazon doesn't do coupons on this unit, so the 15% saved = $90 off, making the CPO coupon a better value. Are you a contractor who gets discounts on tools? I do agree that having a retail outfit close is much more convenient than ordering online, but depending on where you live there could be a Dewalt service center nearby as well.
Sorry, I hit the 5 by accident; it is $20 more indeed. Here's what I'm comparing it against for Lowes. $579.00 - 10% coupon = 521.10 x 1.06% (tax) = $552.37. Now I got all of my Lowes GCs at 24% off from the Acme/Safeway/Albertson's deal that ran for a few weeks in June, which means I paid $419.80 for $552.37 worth of GCs. It would cost me roughly $60 more ($479.20) at CPOO. Let's say I am someone who never bought those GCs though since if you didn't, you can't hop in a time machine. I could use my Discover card and pay $524.75 OOP (5% on home improvement this quarter). That's $45 more, but $45 savings seems trivial to me when you consider that you're dealing with a company with no B&M store to return to should a problem arise.

And all of that is assuming that I must have the saw right now. If I wait, I know the DWE7491RS will go on sale for $499 at Lowes, HD, and Amazon because it has gone on sale for that price every 3-5 months for the last 2 years, which would put my OOP expense at $380.84 if purchased at Lowes.
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sales tax in california on the price before discount...SOL
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Makes me feel like I got a great deal on mine with a portable stand for $179.00.
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Thanks for the info. I was just going to ask that. Is there any portable table saw that can take the dado blade?
My cheap Skill I bought at Lowes for around $100 can handle them. Great little table saw.
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Thanks for the info. I was just going to ask that. Is there any portable table saw that can take the dado blade?
I'm sure there are a few but if I recall when it comes to Dewalt only the most expensive Dewalt table saw will accept them. As for other manufacturers I know some do but you'll have to google each model and whether they accept dado blades or not. I know the new Skilsaw worm drive table saw does.

https://www.amazon.com/SKILSAW-SP...B01AX4B7I6
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Just a heads up, you can't use a dado blade with the Dewalt DW745. The DWE7480 can't use one either.
Adjust the fence 1/16 each pass problem solved. Dado lmao
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Adjust the fence 1/16 each pass problem solved. Dado lmao
That's what I often do with my nice shop saw that accepts dado blades because for one-off cuts it sometimes takes too long to swap out and set up the dado stack, however it works best with flat toothed rip blades as opposed to angle toothed crosscut blades and a normal kerf is 1/8" so you can get more than 1/16" per pass. Depending on the size of the dado, you can also just cut the edges, and maybe a pass or two in the middle, and the rest of the waste will come out easily and cleanly with a sharp chisel.
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Adjust the fence 1/16 each pass problem solved. Dado lmao
I'm well aware of that. I was mentioning the dado issue because for some it's a deal breaker.
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I'm sure there are a few but if I recall when it comes to Dewalt only the most expensive Dewalt table saw will accept them. As for other manufacturers I know some do but you'll have to google each model and whether they accept dado blades or not. I know the new Skilsaw worm drive table saw does.

https://www.amazon.com/SKILSAW-SP...B01AX4B7I6
That skilsaw looks interesting - does anyone here own one and would you recommend it?
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That skilsaw looks interesting - does anyone here own one and would you recommend it?
I don't own it but it's tempting at it's price. There's a few youtube reviews of it. From what I remember it doesn't bog down at all.
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