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Dewalt Flexvolt 60v Max Cordless table saw kit + extra battery $349.99 at Home Depot - Clearance / In Store

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Was at Home depot the other day and noticed the Flexvolt table saw was on clearance from $500 to $350.

Picked one up, Used it on the job site immediately and it works AWESOME.

Used for ripping 3/4 inch plywood and also 2 x material.

Comes with the 60v 2 AH battery / 20v 6 AH battery and quick charger.

In Store only - YMMV.
In the store i was in there were 6 of them.

Link for reference only:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWALT.../207135503

As bootybandito mentions below in his post, there is a promo where you get an extra 60v 2AH battery.
I didn't see it in the first store, but when to another HD near the jobsite and saw the sign, and was able to get the promo.


It doesn't come up automatically at the cashier, you have to ask them to look it up in the coupon book (in the register), and in my store it was on the second page.

was able to get the Flexvolt Kit + extra battery (free) for $350 + tax
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God. How long can the battery last?
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Has been on Clearance at my Home Depot for over a month It does not look like they're selling very well.
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OP, where are you located? Are you in the New England Area?
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God. How long can the battery last?
I am sure someone has done testing on it but i dont know the answer. I do know that i used a 60v battery in my impact for months before needing a charge. I have been building a barn over the last 6 months and i have literally only charged the battery once. The runtime is amazing.
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I'm really happy with my 40v dewalt lawn tools. Can this table saw be plugged in, if it was needed?
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OP, where are you located? Are you in the New England Area?
Nope. This is in Georgia
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Nope. This is in Georgia
I wish brickseek would show prices for Home Depot items. I guess I have to go on a hunt then. Hope I find one.
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I'm really happy with my 40v dewalt lawn tools. Can this table saw be plugged in, if it was needed?
Nope.
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God. How long can the battery last?
About 40 rips of 3/4" 8' plywood with the 2.0 battery and 80 rips with the 3.0. This is my go to table saw now over my DW744 corded saw.
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Home Depot has a promo where they give you a free 60v battery as well with the purchase of this saw. I purchased one yesterday.
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Home Depot has a promo where they give you a free 60v battery as well with the purchase of this saw. I purchased one yesterday.
Any idea on how to get this promo or does it ring up like that?
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I'm in 2 areas, NE Mississippi and NE Virginia.
I checked the Tupelo store, $499, no stock and message "This product not sold in stores"
Checked Springfield, Va $499, 4 in stock.

Now the question to decide - Do I really need a fifth tablesaw?
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Any idea on how to get this promo or does it ring up like that?
I bought one yesterday, I had to ask the lady at register and she looked it u[p and applied it. It will not do it on its on but they can look it up. It actually states free battery or free bare 20v tool.
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I wish brickseek would show prices for Home Depot items. I guess I have to go on a hunt then. Hope I find one.
brickseek still shows the stock count. You can call a store to check the price, and they can hold them. I don't see much risk in calling in on this deal.
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