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Dewalt FLEXVOLT sliding miter saw Home Depot $599.99

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My local Home Depot has the Dewalt Flexvolt sliding miter saw. There were about 3 or 4 of them stacked on the main aisle by the front. Looks like a great saw. The site says the normal price is 699. So this is only a 100 dollars off, but this will be a heads up to track this price.

Hope someone could use this.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWALT...1001850112
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Created 08-04-2017 at 06:41 PM by Clover2112
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Looks good thanks
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I actually just picked this saw up at Home Depot in NJ for 599 yesterday. There were four for that price a week or two ago, and while I was mulling it over, 3 of them sold. I grabbed the last one last night. I don't need the two 6Ah Flexvolt batteries or the double charger it comes with, so I'm going to eBay them and come out with a total cost of about 379-399 for the saw. It's replacing my 12in sliding Harbor Freight saw which I'll Craigslist for $100 or so and also put toward this saw. That makes it cheaper for me than buying the wired saw equivalent, but I get the cordless capability if needed. I couldn't really pass it up, but it's still sitting in the box in the garage if I change my mind over the weekend lol.

Edit: regular price on this kit (DHS790AT2) is actually $799, so this is a pretty good price.
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Site says $799 for me.
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Site says $799 for me.
I think this is an in store only thing. One HD by me had it for $100 off at $699, but my local one had a few for $599
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In store only. Nothing the stores near me. Just called.
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Tax will kill this deal for some. Got the same saw for 600 with no tax and free ship with the last Acme tool deal. Great saw btw and with 2 60v batteries for other flexvolt tools.
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its seems like the cordless saws are not selling that well....as most construction guys don;t seem to be buying this....only good thing dewalt did was put a AC power cord option...unlike stupid milwaukee who did not....so if battery dead...so is the saw....dumb..
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its seems like the cordless saws are not selling that well....as most construction guys don;t seem to be buying this....only good thing dewalt did was put a AC power cord option...unlike stupid milwaukee who did not....so if battery dead...so is the saw....dumb..
It's a 12" saw, a bit on the large side for most applications. I was hoping to pick one up when they were first announced but I figured that although I'm tethered to a power cord, my 10" bosch is enough of a beast. Instead I picked up the 18v 7-1/4 Sliding Ridgid which has quickly became my go to saw for most trim applications if I don't need the larger capacity.

I think Dewalt should release a smaller 10" version, then it would be much more appealing to a larger consumer base.
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I picked up the 7 1/4" 20v miter saw a couple months ago, got the bare tool down to $199 through discounts and coupons. Used it a couple times and love it. Was debating the 120v one but couldn't justify the price nor did I need something that big.

I sold my old Milwaukee duel bevel compound 10" for $125 which made the new one less then $100 net.

If anyone is looking for one of these but can get away with the smaller 20v model you might wanna check out your local Home Depot. I saw one with the full kit (saw, battery, and charger) on clearance for $320 and I'm assuming they will keep dropping.

-Allan
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Good deal. I like that they include a cord as well, makes sense.

I have a 12" corded dewalt that is going strong so I don't need to upgrade yet.
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Picked one up a day ago for 599.00 at one of my local stores. The other store still has it for sale for 799.99. Considering this is a top-of-the-line Miter Saw that compares to corded saws of the same price, this is a pretty sweet deal. It has all the features of Dewalt's $600 corded saw, so even if you used it with the power cord exclusively, you're still getting two free flexvolt batteries plus dual charger. I'm going to be selling my 12" Hitachi to use this as my primary saw. I got a really good deal on the 7.25" cordless Ridgid, which i use for my smaller home projects, but it pretty much maxed out at 2x4s. After buying a bunch of these newer cordless tools, I've really been spoiled and the corded ones are really starting to feel inconvenient. No, this isn't a cheap saw, but it's a really great deal.
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