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Dewalt 7480 Table Saw $299

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First time deal poster everyone! Amazon deal here [amazon.com] but probably will go to Lowes [lowes.com] since I finally get to touch it.

I've been watching this table saw for months waiting for it to drop. Not the lowest ever price but certainly the best deal in some time.
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I seeeeem to remember this coming with a stand for $299 a few BF's back..
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Hey next time you think about posting, DON'T BUDDY. I've bought enough crap from SD this week. Lol just kidding with ya, thanks. I think I'm gonna pick this up. I've needed a little table saw for some time and I like the DeWalt brand. Thanks op.
😆 cutttt the shit buddy! I don't need this I've bought to much already this week!?! Yeah I'm gunna have to buy this thought... -inner workings of an addict mentality- luvs it! Wish this was the flexvolt I personally wouldn't hesitate for 1 second!
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Man, tough not to just hop on this. Ive got a $100 gift card at Amazon and have been looking for a table say. Weekend warrior, DIY type. What features would I be missing if I purchase this relative to more expensive models and do these features have practical value to someone using it around the house?
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For someone who buy 6 plywood sheets and 30 2x4 per year... settle down with kobalt saw ... lowest seem was 179$ without 10% coupon. Word from the street is they were made by delta...
Good price for 7480... lowest for 7491rs was $350 something
Change your house address for 1$ and have the 10% coupon ready
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This model was available for $299 plus a 10% off coupon back in April; I snagged it and have been very happy with it for DIY use. I have it on the DW7451 stand which has also worked well.
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How's this compare to this guy? DWE7491RS [amazon.com]

Obviously no rolling stand, and lesser rip, but how much rip capability does your average hobbiest woodworker/DIYer tend to need?

I'm new to the tablesaw world, and I bought one from Craiglist, but it's a monster vintage Craftsmen that's iron, heavy, and unwieldy. I have to no shop, so it lives outside, needs to be restored, and I'm worried the elements won't be good for it anyway.

So my goal was to get a light portable one instead. I have a workbench, so I don't need a rolling stand anyway, but I don't want to gimp myself on rip capability if it's something I'll regret. Any thoughts?
Ideally 24" since that allows you to get to the middle of a 48" sheet of plywood. If you need wider than 24" from a panel just subtract the desired width from 48" (don't forget to account for blades width) and set your fence there.

I own the 7491 and there's not a week it doesn't get rolled out of the trailer and used, and aside from some of my more incompetent crew members dropping it out of a pickup bed and breaking the plastic wheels (which I've since replaced with metal wheels) it's been an incredible job site saw. The stand is actually one of the biggest assets because of its ease of setup, and more importantly, it's got a big enough footprint that the saw doesn't try to tip over when you're pushing something bigger or heavier through it. Your boat anchor of an old Craftsman (love those old saws btw, I have one) uses weight to gain stability. Modern lightweight saws need BIG footprint to accomplish the same.

My advice would be go for the wider rip, and then decide on the stand based on your anticipated needs.
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Thanks. Picked up from Lowe's for $297.07 after tax and military discount.
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For someone who buy 6 plywood sheets and 30 2x4 per year... settle down with kobalt saw ... lowest seem was 179$ without 10% coupon. Word from the street is they were made by delta...
Good price for 7480... lowest for 7491rs was $350 something
Change your house address for 1$ and have the 10% coupon ready
Man, if I could get that 7491rs for $350, that'd basically be Christmas for me. I'm making some high end speaker prototypes out of solid bamboo, the bigger rip capacity would make life easier for me
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For someone who buy 6 plywood sheets and 30 2x4 per year... settle down with kobalt saw ... lowest seem was 179$ without 10% coupon. Word from the street is they were made by delta...
Good price for 7480... lowest for 7491rs was $350 something
Change your house address for 1$ and have the 10% coupon ready
I can relate to this kobalt statement a little. Got the dewalt table saw a couple years ago for around $270 and love it. But I use my miter saw so much more often, wish I'd put the money into an upgraded miter and gotten a cheaper table saw. Oh well, first world problems...
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I'd be all over a 7491RS for $350. I have the 7480 which I scored for about $104 including tax in a wild Sears deal about 2.5 years ago. It's an excellent saw.
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Hm debating if I should purchase this or wait until Black Friday.... Any thoughts? I was hoping the Lowes and Home Depot adds would be out soon.

FYI - Factory Authorized Outlet via Rakuten has this unit for the same price if anyone has Rakuten points to spend. Too bad there is no universal Rakuten coupon/sale going on right now.

They are however offering 10% Rakuten Points back until 11/4/2019 11:59PM (AKA $29.90 back in points) plus their 1% cashback https://www.rakuten.com/shop/fact...ku=DWE7480 [rakuten.com]
Rakuten does have a promo code that works on that saw and there is also this one https://www.rakuten.com/shop/cpo-...EWNDW745S/ they would both be $40 off with HOME15
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For someone who buy 6 plywood sheets and 30 2x4 per year... settle down with kobalt saw ... lowest seem was 179$ without 10% coupon. Word from the street is they were made by delta...
Good price for 7480... lowest for 7491rs was $350 something
Change your house address for 1$ and have the 10% coupon ready
The Kobalt table saw with stand from Lowe's for $179 is by far one of the best values out there. It will house a stacked dado up to 3/4" and it is easy to set up and adjust. I've used it to build cabinets and redo most of my house.
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The Kobalt table saw with stand from Lowe's for $179 is by far one of the best values out there. It will house a stacked dado up to 3/4" and it is easy to set up and adjust. I've used it to build cabinets and redo most of my house.
I don't see any kobalt a less than 330
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I don't see any kobalt a less than 330
It goes on sale once or twice a year and pairs with the Lowe's coupon for $20 off that you can easily find : https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/fp/434698
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The Kobalt table saw with stand from Lowe's for $179 is by far one of the best values out there. It will house a stacked dado up to 3/4" and it is easy to set up and adjust. I've used it to build cabinets and redo most of my house.
I thought those had an issue with super thin tables and a lot of them were not flat.
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