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DEWALT DHS790 FLEXVOLT 120-Volt 12 in. Sliding Miter Saw w/ AC Adapter, Batteries and Bonus Stand $649

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I was searching to buy a Miter saw and this deal looks awesome. Its the best miter saw that Dewalt makes, the DHS790, and includes 2 batteries, AC Adapter, Charger, and rolling stand.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../304538173
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It includes the AC adapter if you want to sell the two batteries and charger off.
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This is for the DHS790T2 without the power adapter, still a great deal and a great saw, I'm going to pick this up myself and order the power adapter
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(Not a good deal. The saw is $399 at home depot. The stand is $150)....I was wrong. different saw.
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Not a good deal. The saw is $399 at home depot. The stand is $150
That's not the same saw, this is the sliding compound miter saw, the one for $399 does not slide.
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This is for the DHS790T2 without the power adapter, still a great deal and a great saw, I'm going to pick this up myself and order the power adapter
The description says "Includes 120V AC adapter, 2 60V batteries and dual port charger"

The title also says the AC adapter is included so I'm guessing it is.
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That's not the same saw, this is the sliding compound miter saw, the one for $399 does not slide.
You are right! That other one isn't a sliding one. Sorry everyone.
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Other than portability, are there advantages to the battery system / motor on a miter saw? I'm rarely in a situation where I can't plug in so I don't understand why there is a need for these.... other than a situation where power is unavailable. But I'm probably missing something! Any feedback or input?
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Other than portability, are there advantages to the battery system / motor on a miter saw? I'm rarely in a situation where I can't plug in so I don't understand why there is a need for these.... other than a situation where power is unavailable. But I'm probably missing something! Any feedback or input?
You're not missing anything. It's marketed towards people who may not have access to power like contractors on job sites. Maybe it's be good for people who frequently trip breakers too.
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This is kind of neat, but for the average person, you are going to have access to power. And when you dont, use a generator or inverter.
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Other than portability, are there advantages to the battery system / motor on a miter saw? I'm rarely in a situation where I can't plug in so I don't understand why there is a need for these.... other than a situation where power is unavailable. But I'm probably missing something! Any feedback or input?

You can always sell the batteries and charger for $200+ On CL or eBay. That will leave you with the saw and stand for $450 which is a steal.
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Other than portability, are there advantages to the battery system / motor on a miter saw? I'm rarely in a situation where I can't plug in so I don't understand why there is a need for these.... other than a situation where power is unavailable. But I'm probably missing something! Any feedback or input?
Money.
You can sell the batteries and charger for ~$200 (they're only 6AH, not 9AH) if you'll never use them. That brings the total to $449 for a pretty sweet saw and rolling stand. Heck, you might get $150 for the stand, though I'd probably only pay $100.
I'd rather have the non-rolling stand since it packs smaller and can handle pieces 2x as long and nearly 2x as heavy.
There was a similar deal for $500 recently with no stand or AC adapter. I was very tempted, but I don't have space for it.
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Tempting but I'd have to sell batteries and stand to make it worth it. That's a lot of work to save ~$50. Great deal if you keep it all.
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Thanks, just got one.

Here's the same saw, with stand and adapter but w/o batteries and charger for $100 less:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../304538133
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Other than portability, are there advantages to the battery system / motor on a miter saw? I'm rarely in a situation where I can't plug in so I don't understand why there is a need for these.... other than a situation where power is unavailable. But I'm probably missing something! Any feedback or input?
Initially lot of job sites either have a temp power pole with very limited plug-ins that are always used up, and require ridiculous amount of extension cords to reach inside the building or just run off generators. In my area it's a huge problem because the power companies are so backed up by the construction boom that a lot of project get 100% finished before they even have power hooked up. Portability is the other obvious benefit. If you are building a fence or something like it, having the portability is a huge bonus.
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