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Delta Table Saw 36-725 on sale for $479.20 (or less) at Lowes

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First post so hopefully it's not missing anything. This is a great deal if you've been wanting a quality table saw for an amazing price. I picked one up for $431 after an additional 10% off coupon (gotta love lowes coupon generators).

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3.5" cut depth at 90 degrees

Includes saw, rolling stand, 10-in blade and locking rip fence

• 13 amp enclosed induction motor generates 3,600 RPM to rip thick Stock or challenging dado

• 10-in carbide-tipped blade is durable and the built-in arbor lock allows for quick and easy blade changes

• 30-in right rip capacity and 15-in left rip capacity accommodates a wide range of sizes

• T-Square 3-point locking rip fence provides precise cuts, and steel rails with spreader accommodates the widest Stock

• Easy-to-assemble tubular stand with easy-lift caster system

• 5-year limited warranty

• Cast-iron 27.13-in L x 20.24-in W tabletop offers plenty of workspace

• Locking bevel and height adjustment wheels allow for consistency when making repetitive cuts


https://www.lowes.com/pd/10-in-Ca...w/50081568
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I have this saw and I love it. Good price for it too. TU
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599.00 here
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$599 at the two I checked in Austin.
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I'm sure this is a very nice saw, but these are very difficult to lug around, and they take up a lot of floor space. I think most folks will be happier with a portable saw, especially if they're using it for remodeling projects. Just my two cents.
you exactly right. i have the bosch table saw where the frame collapse on to the floor with the wheels and even that is a pain to maneuver around and still take up some space. if you just a home project guy and only need these once in a while you can get a decent table saw on craigslist or offerup for $100-$200 .
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Zip code plz and almost all generators are dead unless u buy them
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599 here
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Zip 97504. Generators work, but it will take more than a few tries to find one. For almost $50 off its worth the 10 minutes it may take.
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I'm sure this is a very nice saw, but these are very difficult to lug around, and they take up a lot of floor space. I think most folks will be happier with a portable saw, especially if they're using it for remodeling projects. Just my two cents.
This saw isn't meant to be transported, this is a shop saw, not a job site saw.
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I'm sure this is a very nice saw, but these are very difficult to lug around, and they take up a lot of floor space. I think most folks will be happier with a portable saw, especially if they're using it for remodeling projects. Just my two cents.
So basically if this saw isn't something you'd be interested in then it's not something you'd be interested in?

Very helpful.
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599 in SoCal
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Nice saw, i've had 2. One because i sold it, then regretted it a few months later and bought another. But i've had a freaking ton of table saws, bosch, dewalt, delta you name it. Probably the best saw in this price range. Weaknesses are 2 piece rails will get out of wack over time, but you can on down the road fix that by replacing the 2 piece with 1 piece angle iron. Dust collection seal the bottom for a dc.

It's really only marginally more space than larger jobsite saws but it's 100x the saw, induction motor really quiet compared to loud freaking universal motors, dead accurate t2 fence (which alone is > 100 bucks), Lots of room before the place feels much safer as well and is easier for cross cutting. throw a router table on the right wing , remove the base and build your own cabinet for storage, and i bet you'll take the same amount of floor space than the mobile saws + a router table + crap sitting around the garage/shop. But you likely in a garage will have to wheel it out, then you need outfeed (which you do with any ts).

That said it's not for mobile. But it's 100x the saw any dewalt or whatever is. And yes given my lack of time for wood working i eventually went with a hitachi c10rj...but that's only because my time is limited otherwise no question about it, no where close to as enjoyable to use but largest table and rip of that class. if you don't need the mobility the delta is the way to go. What i mostly miss are

1) induction motor, no hearing protection needed until you are cutting
2) the fence.
3) space before the blade.
4) smooth geared blade raise and tilt wheels


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Definitely YMMV. None at that price near 25504. Thanks for posting the deal though!
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Definitely YMMV. None at that price near 25504. Thanks for posting the deal though!
Yeah, apparently it is. I'd add YMMV to the title, but can't find how to do it in the app.
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