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Rockwell RK7323 BladeRunner X2 Tabletop Saw Combo Kit EXPIRED

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Rockwell Tools via eBay has Rockwell RK7323 BladeRunner X2 Tabletop Saw Combo Kit for $99.99 - 20% Off w/ promo code PHOLIDAY20 = $79.99. Shipping is free. Thanks jasonvliet

Includes:
  • RK7323 BladeRunner X2 Tabletop Saw
  • Miter Gauge
  • 2x Rip Fence
  • 2x General Purpose Blade for Wood
  • 2x Scroll Cutting Blade for Wood
  • 2x Tile Blade for Ceramic Tile
  • 2x Metal Cutting Blade
  • 2x Aluminum Cutting Blade
  • 2x Wall Mount For RK7323 BladeRunner
  • 2x Cross-Cut Sled Attachment
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Use code PHOLIDAY20 and the final price is 79.99


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$80 for the combo is pretty slick. I unfortunately can't buy another tool or if I did wife would run my pecker through this. I'm sure It'd produce a nice clean cut though
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I've had this thing for over a year. I've stopped using my jigsaw except for working with really big pieces that would be impossible to move around on the top surface.

I've used it for various things over time. It's exactly what it looks like. Use your imagination and think how you could use it.
It doesn't do any one thing extremely well but it gets the job done.
I've used this in lieu of a table saw, a scroll saw, etc.

Do NOT expect it to make perfectly straight cuts like a table saw. The blade will bend and flex a bit.

I have to admit that I regretted buying this when I first got it but over time, I found that I used this more and more for various applications. The biggest use I got out of this was probably to make all the 'shaped' cuts I needed to install wood flooring at someone else's house. I've also used it for cutting pipes of different materials, and to cut shapes for woodcraft junk with my kids.

It is very lightweight and very mobile. It's quick and easy to setup, use, and clean up. And after getting used to using it, I almost never use the guard that goes on top (I just use that red plastic tip cover for the blade if I use it on the ground, in case someone trips, potentially impaling themselves on it since I don't use the guard). I find that it gets in the way when I need to get my arms around it to work the pieces.
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$80 for the combo is pretty slick. I unfortunately can't buy another tool or if I did wife would run my pecker through this. I'm sure It'd produce a nice clean cut though
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Can I kill replicants with this?
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Can I kill replicants with this?
Not with this X2 crap. Stick with the original version
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I recall when this first came out having interest in it. It's basically a jig saw mounted to a table. Does anyone have one? Thoughts on it?
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How does the Rockwell compare to something like the Black & Decker 7 1/4" miter saw? In particular for doing miter cuts on trimwork but also just as an all around light use saw?
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Not with this X2 crap. Stick with the original version
I'd go with a Black&Deckard myself.
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I'm a big impulse tool buyer, but when the savings is 12 bucks over Amazon, and I can get the thing in two days and time I need it, I'll pass.
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This is a small table with a cheap jig saw attached. For $80 you could get a pretty nice jig saw that would be much more versatile than this thing. Or just get a cheap table saw for not much more.
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I've had this thing for over a year. I've stopped using my jigsaw except for working with really big pieces that would be impossible to move around on the top surface.

I've used it for various things over time. It's exactly what it looks like. Use your imagination and think how you could use it.
It doesn't do any one thing extremely well but it gets the job done.
I've used this in lieu of a table saw, a scroll saw, etc.

Do NOT expect it to make perfectly straight cuts like a table saw. The blade will bend and flex a bit.

I have to admit that I regretted buying this when I first got it but over time, I found that I used this more and more for various applications. The biggest use I got out of this was probably to make all the 'shaped' cuts I needed to install wood flooring at someone else's house. I've also used it for cutting pipes of different materials, and to cut shapes for woodcraft junk with my kids.

It is very lightweight and very mobile. It's quick and easy to setup, use, and clean up. And after getting used to using it, I almost never use the guard that goes on top (I just use that red plastic tip cover for the blade if I use it on the ground, in case someone trips, potentially impaling themselves on it since I don't use the guard). I find that it gets in the way when I need to get my arms around it to work the pieces.
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This is a small table with a cheap jig saw attached. For $80 you could get a pretty nice jig saw that would be much more versatile than this thing. Or just get a cheap table saw for not much more.
I think you're looking at this the wrong way. It functions more like a small band saw. It's good for times when you are moving the material rather than the tool.

This is probably more of a craft tool. Cutting small wooden shapes, etc. The main drawback is the size of the throat, limits the size of the material.
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Bought this to do some flooring, thought it would do a better job than a jigsaw. Nope ... should have saved my money.

Used it once, just been sitting collecting dust since then.
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$80 for the combo is pretty slick. I unfortunately can't buy another tool or if I did wife would run my pecker through this. I'm sure It'd produce a nice clean cut though
I feel you man... between the dewalt planer and rigid miter saw stand a few weeks back, I'd be finished.
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I think you're looking at this the wrong way. It functions more like a small band saw. It's good for times when you are moving the material rather than the tool.

This is probably more of a craft tool. Cutting small wooden shapes, etc. The main drawback is the size of the throat, limits the size of the material.
Touche', it is more like a wannabe band saw or scroll saw than a table saw. However, I still believe that an inexpensive jig saw, perhaps combined with a clamp table like the Keter or B&D workmate, would provide more overall functionality for the about the same money.
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