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I have the DWE7491RS but it's also selling for $600 on Home Depot (I paid about $380 new from Amazon from it) .. I think if you don't need a dado stack and don't need the stand then this is a really good buy.

Just know that if you're not in a shop environment where things are stationary or you cant set it in a roll-able bench, the cheap stands will make things really annoying to setup. With the DWE7491RS (it has a huge surface top, dado support too), that stand is by far the best portable stand for anything that I've ever used.. you don't even need to bend over to bring the legs up on the bottom when it's on it's side, you can even use your feet - that's how absurdly nice it is (nicer than bosch or any of the other brands) but what's also really amazing about it is you can not only easily slide it into an SUV (any size trunk) but you can permamently store it on it's side while it's still attached like I do so it takes up very little space but when I need to woodwork, getting it setup takes under a minute - no joke.

I've seen lots of reviews on portable table saws, the "experts" fail to use the stands features which is why I'm calling it out because when you get used to it (honestly, I guess I'm not a total moron.. I instantly saw you can bring it up with your feet, not rocket science). I just cant express enough, with a power tool like this how important the stand is and you will likely be paying more in the long run if you buy it seperate vs waiting for a sale. But not everyone needs this of course (we own multiple homes so I'm not wanting to have a noahs ark of every power tool which is why I got that DeWalt kit).

Just really think about how portable you want this thing then decide on what direction you should go because the DWE7491RS tablesaw itself is also a big upgrade in many ways. But getting it for the price I got it new.. that's not gonna happen for most but you can get it for about $430 on sale. If it's just a humble little garage and a single property.. just get this, you can frankly do without dado support even (router jigs, etc can make dados too, probably a lot safer) and if you set it into a table you make, you can have as large of surface as you need it!

Coming from Bosch, I do think either way you go - you'll be happy.. DeWalt does very well with their tablesaws regardless of model/size.

Edit: To answer a question: If you look at this websites price history on that model, you'll see it's been $430 in the past from many different sites including eBay. I got my price due to an issue with my order ontop of a good sale from Amazon last year. It wasn't $430, it was higher but the amount support took off was significant which dropped the price a lot for me.
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I have the DWE7491RS but it's also selling for $600 on Home Depot (I paid about $380 new from Amazon from it) .. I think if you don't need a dado stack and don't need the stand then this is a really good buy.

Just know that if you're not in a shop environment where things are stationary or you cant set it in a roll-able bench, the cheap stands will make things really annoying to setup. With the DWE7491RS (it has a huge surface top, dado support too), that stand is by far the best portable stand for anything that I've ever used.. you don't even need to bend over to bring the legs up on the bottom when it's on it's side, you can even use your feet - that's how absurdly nice it is (nicer than bosch or any of the other brands) but what's also really amazing about it is you can not only easily slide it into an SUV (any size trunk) but you can permamently store it on it's side while it's still attached like I do so it takes up very little space but when I need to woodwork, getting it setup takes under a minute - no joke.

I've seen lots of reviews on portable table saws, the "experts" fail to use the stands features which is why I'm calling it out because when you get used to it (honestly, I guess I'm not a total moron.. I instantly saw you can bring it up with your feet, not rocket science). I just cant express enough, with a power tool like this how important the stand is and you will likely be paying more in the long run if you buy it seperate vs waiting for a sale. But not everyone needs this of course (we own multiple homes so I'm not wanting to have a noahs ark of every power tool which is why I got that DeWalt kit).

Just really think about how portable you want this thing then decide on what direction you should go because the DWE7491RS tablesaw itself is also a big upgrade in many ways. But getting it for the price I got it new.. that's not gonna happen for most but you can get it for about $430 on sale. If it's just a humble little garage and a single property.. just get this, you can frankly do without dado support even (router jigs, etc can make dados too, probably a lot safer) and if you set it into a table you make, you can have as large of surface as you need it!

Coming from Bosch, I do think either way you go - you'll be happy.. DeWalt does very well with their tablesaws regardless of model/size.

Edit: To answer a question: If you look at this websites price history on that model, you'll see it's been $430 in the past from many different sites including eBay. I got my price due to an issue with my order ontop of a good sale from Amazon last year. It wasn't $430, it was higher but the amount support took off was significant which dropped the price a lot for me.
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I have the DWE7491RS but it's also selling for $600 on Home Depot (I paid about $380 new from Amazon from it) .. I think if you don't need a dado stack and don't need the stand then this is a really good buy.

Just know that if you're not in a shop environment where things are stationary or you cant set it in a roll-able bench, the cheap stands will make things really annoying to setup. With the DWE7491RS (it has a huge surface top, dado support too), that stand is by far the best portable stand for anything that I've ever used.. you don't even need to bend over to bring the legs up on the bottom when it's on it's side, you can even use your feet - that's how absurdly nice it is (nicer than bosch or any of the other brands) but what's also really amazing about it is you can not only easily slide it into an SUV (any size trunk) but you can permamently store it on it's side while it's still attached like I do so it takes up very little space but when I need to woodwork, getting it setup takes under a minute - no joke.

Just really think about how portable you want this thing then decide on what direction you should go because the DWE7491RS tablesaw itself is also a big upgrade in many ways. But getting it for the price I got it new.. that's not gonna happen for most but you can get it for about $430 on sale, with that incredible stand, huge table surface and dado stack support.
When did you get it for that price? Do you know of any memorial day sales coming on?
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Good deal. Was hoping this saw goes on sale at HD or Lowes for their Memorial Day sale, but it's not. Thanks and repped.
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I have the DWE7491RS but it's also selling for $600 on Home Depot (I paid about $380 new from Amazon from it) .. I think if you don't need a dado stack and don't need the stand then this is a really good buy.

Just know that if you're not in a shop environment where things are stationary or you cant set it in a roll-able bench, the cheap stands will make things really annoying to setup. With the DWE7491RS (it has a huge surface top, dado support too), that stand is by far the best portable stand for anything that I've ever used.. you don't even need to bend over to bring the legs up on the bottom when it's on it's side, you can even use your feet - that's how absurdly nice it is (nicer than bosch or any of the other brands) but what's also really amazing about it is you can not only easily slide it into an SUV (any size trunk) but you can permamently store it on it's side while it's still attached like I do so it takes up very little space but when I need to woodwork, getting it setup takes under a minute - no joke.

I've seen lots of reviews on portable table saws, the "experts" fail to use the stands features which is why I'm calling it out because when you get used to it (honestly, I guess I'm not a total moron.. I instantly saw you can bring it up with your feet, not rocket science). I just cant express enough, with a power tool like this how important the stand is and you will likely be paying more in the long run if you buy it seperate vs waiting for a sale. But not everyone needs this of course (we own multiple homes so I'm not wanting to have a noahs ark of every power tool which is why I got that DeWalt kit).

Just really think about how portable you want this thing then decide on what direction you should go because the DWE7491RS tablesaw itself is also a big upgrade in many ways. But getting it for the price I got it new.. that's not gonna happen for most but you can get it for about $430 on sale. If it's just a humble little garage and a single property.. just get this, you can frankly do without dado support even (router jigs, etc can make dados too, probably a lot safer) and if you set it into a table you make, you can have as large of surface as you need it!

Coming from Bosch, I do think either way you go - you'll be happy.. DeWalt does very well with their tablesaws regardless of model/size.

Edit: To answer a question: If you look at this websites price history on that model, you'll see it's been $430 in the past from many different sites including eBay. I got my price due to an issue with my order ontop of a good sale from Amazon last year. It wasn't $430, it was higher but the amount support took off was significant which dropped the price a lot for me.
I second the DWE7491RS and everything you stated. The stand is awesome and I've used it for various large and small jobs the last few years.

The only negative I could think of is since it's a portable designed unit the top is aluminum and some wood working jigs with magnets don't work obviously.
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I have the DWE7491RS but it's also selling for $600 on Home Depot (I paid about $380 new from Amazon from it) .. I think if you don't need a dado stack and don't need the stand then this is a really good buy.

Just know that if you're not in a shop environment where things are stationary or you cant set it in a roll-able bench, the cheap stands will make things really annoying to setup. With the DWE7491RS (it has a huge surface top, dado support too), that stand is by far the best portable stand for anything that I've ever used.. you don't even need to bend over to bring the legs up on the bottom when it's on it's side, you can even use your feet - that's how absurdly nice it is (nicer than bosch or any of the other brands) but what's also really amazing about it is you can not only easily slide it into an SUV (any size trunk) but you can permamently store it on it's side while it's still attached like I do so it takes up very little space but when I need to woodwork, getting it setup takes under a minute - no joke.

I've seen lots of reviews on portable table saws, the "experts" fail to use the stands features which is why I'm calling it out because when you get used to it (honestly, I guess I'm not a total moron.. I instantly saw you can bring it up with your feet, not rocket science). I just cant express enough, with a power tool like this how important the stand is and you will likely be paying more in the long run if you buy it seperate vs waiting for a sale. But not everyone needs this of course (we own multiple homes so I'm not wanting to have a noahs ark of every power tool which is why I got that DeWalt kit).

Just really think about how portable you want this thing then decide on what direction you should go because the DWE7491RS tablesaw itself is also a big upgrade in many ways. But getting it for the price I got it new.. that's not gonna happen for most but you can get it for about $430 on sale. If it's just a humble little garage and a single property.. just get this, you can frankly do without dado support even (router jigs, etc can make dados too, probably a lot safer) and if you set it into a table you make, you can have as large of surface as you need it!

Coming from Bosch, I do think either way you go - you'll be happy.. DeWalt does very well with their tablesaws regardless of model/size.

Edit: To answer a question: If you look at this websites price history on that model, you'll see it's been $430 in the past from many different sites including eBay. I got my price due to an issue with my order ontop of a good sale from Amazon last year. It wasn't $430, it was higher but the amount support took off was significant which dropped the price a lot for me.
I have this exact stand at home not even being used with my miter saw. Considering I have this stand, what are your thoughts on this vs your 7491RS? Thanks

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../206992161
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I don't think this item includes the stand. It appears to be just a "tabletop" model. No stand is pictured or mentioned in the Product Description. Just wanted people to be aware that the stand is part of the DWE7491RS package mentioned above and not included with the DWE7480 featured.
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Good deal. Was hoping this saw goes on sale at HD or Lowes for their Memorial Day sale, but it's not. Thanks and repped.
Memorial day sales don't start until Thursday. The sales you're looking at are actually pre-memorial day sales that end tomorrow. I would check lowes and HD websites for the local ad that starts on the 23rd. They will probably be posted tomorrow around midnight.

https://www.lowes.com/weekly-ad

https://www.homedepot.com/c/localad
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I have had the 7480 for 4 years, and have used it extensively. It's on a rolling stand, so it tucks in the corner and is always out of the way.

The only problems are dust control, which is every power saw, and it doesn't have a dado. I haven't even changed the blade, probably this year. Even though I am getting a full size table saw for building a shop this year, I don't see myself flipping the Dewalt because it doesn't take up any room.

The rolling stand is the DW7440RS, which I highly recommend. I do not recommend Dewalt's rolling stand for the Miter Saw, waiting for the deal on a Ridgid.
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Memorial day sales don't start until Thursday. The sales you're looking at are actually pre-memorial day sales that end tomorrow. I would check lowes and HD websites for the local ad that starts on the 23rd. They will probably be posted tomorrow around midnight.

https://www.lowes.com/weekly-ad

https://www.homedepot.com/c/localad
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I have had the 7480 for 4 years, and have used it extensively. It's on a rolling stand, so it tucks in the corner and is always out of the way.

The only problems are dust control, which is every power saw, and it doesn't have a dado. I haven't even changed the blade, probably this year. Even though I am getting a full size table saw for building a shop this year, I don't see myself flipping the Dewalt because it doesn't take up any room.

The rolling stand is the DW7440RS, which I highly recommend. I do not recommend Dewalt's rolling stand for the Miter Saw, waiting for the deal on a Ridgid.
Can you elaborate on why you don't recommend the miter stand. I ask cause that's exactly what my plan was. I have a good Ridgid folding stand that I thought would be good.
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Good price, but if you don't have a pressing need and for comparison of what may be the low price, they were coming in <$220 a couple month back. (with some YMMV stacking)
https://slickdeals.net/f/12937879-ymmv-dewalt-10-in-dwe7480-table-saw-249-or-better

BTW, I bought one then specifically to redo kitchen cabinets and this saw was great for the job. There were some neg. reviews about the fence and accurate, straight cuts. I changed the cabinet doors from overlay to inset (so any variance would be noticeable) -- I've had no issues.
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Can you elaborate on why you don't recommend the miter stand. I ask cause that's exactly what my plan was. I have a good Ridgid folding stand that I thought would be good.
It's the DWX-726.

The pull out board guides are hollow steel, with one end supposed to go inside the other when putting the saw away. That stopped working quickly, with one side stuck out about a foot, as well as the tightening knob failing. Both pull out all the way fine, but at that point are wobbly.

Of course to avoid any "give", the guides would have to be solid welded steel, in a permanent stand, but I figured there wouldn't be a problem. The stationary Dewalt stand is worse, as the rubber end caps flex a lot, making automatic measured cuts basically impossible, but I have seen the same design with other brands.

The DWX-726 is still well worth it just because it rolls away into a corner and saves time. Maybe I got a dud, but those are things to watch out for, and finding a store with a demo model to see what I'm talking about might be a problem.

Is your Ridgid the one that they sell for $99 a couple of times a year?
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It's the DWX-726.

The pull out board guides are hollow steel, with one end supposed to go inside the other when putting the saw away. That stopped working quickly, with one side stuck out about a foot, as well as the tightening knob failing. Both pull out all the way fine, but at that point are wobbly.

Of course to avoid any "give", the guides would have to be solid welded steel, in a permanent stand, but I figured there wouldn't be a problem. The stationary Dewalt stand is worse, as the rubber end caps flex a lot, making automatic measured cuts basically impossible, but I have seen the same design with other brands.

The DWX-726 is still well worth it just because it rolls away into a corner and saves time. Maybe I got a dud, but those are things to watch out for, and finding a store with a demo model to see what I'm talking about might be a problem.

Is your Ridgid the one that they sell for $99 a couple of times a year?
Yes, it's that one. I really only bought it cause it went on sale. Lol. Seems solid as hell though.
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