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RIKON Power Tools 14" Open Stand Band Saw EXPIRED

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Sears.com has RIKON Power Tools 14" Open Stand Band Saw (10-321) on sale for $429.94. Select free in-store pickup where available, otherwise shipping starts at $29.25. Thanks Loudog504

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  • Bandsaw Model 10-321 is equipped with a large work table measuring 15 ¾" x 20 3/8" with a 8" re-sawing capacity and 13 5/8" throat which will allow the user to cut thicker material on a compact saw. The 1 hp motor with two blade speeds of 1620 ft/min, 3340 ft/min provides ample power for re-sawing and cutting other materials such as non ferrous metal, plastic composite and foam materials.
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Rikon 10-321 14" Bandsaw Open Stand $430

https://www.sears.com/rikon-14inc...ockType=G3

The Craftsman BAS350 is the clone of this which is a very well received bandsaw. I believe the craftsman is discontinued. Rikon comes with a 5 year warranty vs the 1 year on the craftsman.

Could be a good deal for someone looking for a 14" bandsaw like myself and was sitting on a bunch of unused points from previous sears deals.

5% military discount can be apply for those that quality and i received back $33 in additional points.

Probably for a limited audience but thought I'd share for those in the market for one right now.


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The New 14" Bandsaw Model 10-321 is equipped with a large work table measuring 15 ¾" x 20 3/8" with a 8" re-sawing capacity and 13 5/8" throat which will allow the user to cut thicker material on a compact saw. The 1 hp motor with two blade speeds of 1620 ft/min, 3340 ft/min provides ample power for re-sawing and cutting other materials such as non ferrous metal, plastic composite and foam materials.14 IN BAND SAW OPEN STAND
Equipped with a large work table measuring 15-3/4" x 20-3/8". The sturdy 15-3/4" x 20-3/8" cast iron table provides ample room for large work pieces and free-hand cutting. Dual "T" style miter slots are standard on the 10-321.
8" resaw capacity and 13-5/8" throat allowing the user to cut thicker material on a compact saw
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I am all squared away as far as a bandsaw is concerned otherwise I would give this one some serious consideration. Shoot HF is ~100 less with no warranty and questionable parts. And Deltas start at ~$500 for new bandsaws so I would say this is a good find.

Thanks for the woodworking tool related post. There are not enough of us who post in this category.
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I am all squared away as far as a bandsaw is concerned otherwise I would give this one some serious consideration. Shoot HF is ~100 less with no warranty and questionable parts. And Deltas start at ~$500 for new bandsaws so I would say this is a good find.

Thanks for the woodworking tool related post. There are not enough of us who post in this category.
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This is a fantastic deal. I am forcing myself to save for the 10-326, otherwise I'd be ALL OVER this.
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This is a fantastic deal. I am forcing myself to save for the 10-326, otherwise I'd be ALL OVER this.
Yeah, I've been keeping an eye for a decent band saw in the 300-400 range. This should be more than enough for my little projects. With the $35 in points i had and the 5% discount it was a no brainer.

I planned on getting a used one off facebook market place but for a 14" nothing has hit the market for under $300. At least, nothing that wasn't a rust bucket.
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It might be a good buy, but 1hp is really feeble.
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Great find. Not enough woodworking posts on here.

Not getting free shipping, just free pickup in store. Not sure of the package dimensions but it's 160lbs...
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I'm unable to get the free shipping to work... Not sure what's going on with it.
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Great find. Not enough woodworking posts on here.

Not getting free shipping, just free pickup in store. Not sure of the package dimensions but it's 160lbs...
Fixed it thanks, yeah only free store pickup. If you talk to customer service they normally will give you the free shipping. They did for the craftsman planer from a few weeks ago.
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Reading through reviews on it and still torn as it has been cheaper in the past. Wasn't in the market for a bandsaw today but also trying to take advantage of these sears points from other deals (adding a 20 dollar item to your cart also gets 35 bucks back in free cash).

Overall opinion of this saw has been positive, but I have seen deals go as low as in the 300's for the craftsman clone of this model. I am not well-versed in this market though, can it be expected that this is a typical deal for this model saw now that the craftsman has been discontinued?
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I planned on getting a used one off facebook market place but for a 14" nothing has hit the market for under $300. At least, nothing that wasn't a rust bucket.
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It might be a good buy, but 1hp is really feeble.
Agree with both of you guys actually. Local CL sellers are pricing similar 14" 1HP saws at $350-$450. Not worth the risk in troubleshooting someone else's poor maintenance. So this is comparatively a great deal. eBay has these starting at $595 shipped.

Found this discussion on Sawmill Creek boards pricing them at $419 back in November 2013. Also some thoughts on the 10-325 Pro version vs the 10-321:

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Would it be better to get the 10-321 and upgrading the fence and guides instead of buying the 10-325? Seems most people buy the 10-325 and then upgrade the guides and fence anyways.
You can't upgrade the resaw capacity from 8" to 13". Also the motor is 1 h.p. vs. 1.5 h.p. I find the 10-325 fence usable with some easy and inexpensive modifications. I use the existing bearing guide hardware but removed the bearings and substituted oil saturated wooden blocks. I prefer the wooden blocks, especially for narrower blades. A difference between the 10-321 and the 10-325 bearing guides is that the 10-325 has microadjust knobs, it appears from the manual that the 10-320/321 you hold the guide bearings in position and tighten. It seems this could be inconvenient with the below the table guides.
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It might be a good buy, but 1hp is really feeble.
Would a good blade make up for the 1HP? I'm new at this...
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Would a good blade make up for the 1HP? I'm new at this...
What are you looking to cut? How often will you be using it? Are you willing to pay almost double to have a better saw? Based on your questions, I think this saw will be more than adequate.

More HP means better resawing capacity, faster cuts in harder wood, etc. Better guides mean less drag on the blade and more power going into the cut and less wasted as heat. Better guides and fence mean more accurate cuts. But all of this is relative. It's a much better saw than most of the saws you see on display at local big box stores.

I'm not aware of a 14" 1.5hp under $800 new. But used saws pop up on Facebook and CL a lot depending on your area. I haven't seen better saws for less than this deal.
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What are you looking to cut? How often will you be using it? Are you willing to pay almost double to have a better saw? Based on your questions, I think this saw will be more than adequate.

More HP means better resawing capacity, faster cuts in harder wood, etc. Better guides mean less drag on the blade and more power going into the cut and less wasted as heat. Better guides and fence mean more accurate cuts. But all of this is relative. It's a much better saw than most of the saws you see on display at local big box stores.

I'm not aware of a 14" 1.5hp under $800 new. But used saw pop up on Facebook and CL a lot depending on your area.
Thanks- I'll be building guitars as a hobbyist, and hardwoods will be used from time to time (maple, walnut, mahogany). Was also thinking a bit more resaw capacity would be good, so probably passing, even though a good deal. Appreciate the help.
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