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Lowes.com has Kobalt 15-Amp 10" Carbide Tipped Table Saw (KT1015) on sale for $179. Select free in-store pickup if stock permits. Thanks sahil80

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Lowes has Kobalt 10-in Carbide-tipped 15-Amp Table Saw for $179.00 free pickup in store.

  • Kobalt 15-amp 10-in table saw comes with a quick-folding rolling stand and a durable 10-in carbide-tipped blade
  • 15-amp motor generates 5,000-RPM for easy completion of jobsite and workshop tasks
  • 30-in right rip capacity and 14-in left rip capacity easily accommodate larger pieces

This deal can be made even sweater with yesterday's gift card purchase and it can be less then $179.00

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-1...w/50056619
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Last Edited by eversavage June 8, 2018 at 01:04 PM
picked up the box.. here are the dimension of the box size:


36in width x 27.5 length x 17 .5 height
Total 84 lbs

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I have this saw and have been using it a lot over the past couple years while redoing my garage. Overall I like it but my experience with table saw is pretty limited. I would recommend upgrading the saw blade but the one that comes with it does suffice.
I wish I had options for extending the table width for handling larger sheets but I think that's what you get with a job site saw.
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It costed me ~$150 with coupon + ebay gift card purchase + chase cashback.
What was your coupon?
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What was your coupon?
Search Lowes coupon on SD. It's an old but live thread
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What was your coupon?
$20 off $100 coupon code. Do a search for active codes.
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how is the quality? comparing with Ryobi RTS11 which is $159 at HD?



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Lowes has Kobalt 10-in Carbide-tipped 15-Amp Table Saw for $179.00 free pickup in store.

  • Kobalt 15-amp 10-in table saw comes with a quick-folding rolling stand and a durable 10-in carbide-tipped blade
  • 15-amp motor generates 5,000-RPM for easy completion of jobsite and workshop tasks
  • 30-in right rip capacity and 14-in left rip capacity easily accommodate larger pieces

This deal can be made even sweater with yesterday's gift card purchase and it can be less then $179.00

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-1...w/50056619
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how is the quality? comparing with Ryobi RTS11 which is $159 at HD?
At this point price I believe it's far superior to Ryobi. Just so u know this price point last year was a FP deal. I compare this to Rigid which I ended up returning. Youtube reviews seem to like it as well.
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How is this compared to the rigid?
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I have this saw and have been using it a lot over the past couple years while redoing my garage. Overall I like it but my experience with table saw is pretty limited. I would recommend upgrading the saw blade but the one that comes with it does suffice.
I wish I had options for extending the table width for handling larger sheets but I think that's what you get with a job site saw.
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I wish this was available when I bought the Dewalt. This is as much as the stand for my Dewalt costs Frown
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This is a great saw at a great price! I bought mine used on CL in Feb for $150 but would have been glad to spend $30 more for new if I could. It only goes on sale twice a year. Do a search for other discussions.
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Great saw Imo
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How is this compared to the rigid?
Curious too. There is a Ridgid on sale for $199 at Home Depot. With a $20 dollar off coupon this seems like a better deal, wonder how they compare
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