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Ridgid R4513 15 Amp 10" Heavy Duty Portable Table Saw w/ Stand

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Home Depot has Ridgid R4513 15 Amp 10" Heavy Duty Portable Table Saw w/ Stand on sale for $299. Select free store pickup where available to avoid shipping fees. Thanks Nothing00

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This matches the previous Frontpage deal from last November. -Corwin

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Correct me if I'm wrong but this is the same price as Black Friday last year and *probably* this year as well.

RIDGID R4514 - 15 amp corded 10" table saw

> Features a 10 in. blade
> Ability to rip through 4 in. x 4 in. material in a single pass for fast, accurate cuts
> Front and back clamping fence which features integrated T-slots that give ability to hold select accessories
> Maximum cut D of 2-1/4 in. at 45° and 3-1/2 in. at 90° for a variety of useful cuts
> Lifetime Service Agreement with registration within 90 days of purchase
> Includes: (1) R4513 15 Amp 10 in. Heavy-Duty Portable Table Saw, (1) Portable Folding Stand, (1) 10 in. Blade, (1) Blade Guard Assembly, and operator's manual.


https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../100090444
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So this is not a sale just a new lower price according to the site. They should drop the full size saw to what it was about a year ago, something like $500-550 I think it was.

Edit, there are two versions of this. There is the R4513 ($299) and the R4514 ($399).
The R4513 looks like it's been around all this time and being replaced by the R4514. Notice the differences between them are small. The motor and other specs seem identical but the housing is less plastic and has tubing surrounding it on the R4514. It also appears to be more open and even the stand is a bit different with the leveling feet.

R4514 on left ($399) / R4513 on right ($299)
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I think mine is the previous model, but my take is that it's quite good. Prior to this I had borrowed a Dewalt (compact) from a friend. While the two are indeed comparable, the size of the Ridgid is definitely appreciated at times. Yeah, I guess I didn't come across anything the Dewalt couldn't do per se, but if I were ripping long OSBs or the like, there wouldn't be much comparison.

I don't really have anything negative to say about my Ridgid. I just sent the link to my brother who currently has mine as a hint to give it back.
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I got the 4514 in store yesterday after going to pick up the 4513. The 4513 on hold for me was in an old, torn up, dirty box ... let's just say it looked far from new. So, I returned it and got the special buy 4514.

I'm planning on ripping multiple 4/4 walnut boards this afternoon and can update with results from my experience. That said, my other / previous table saw is the least expensive Ryobi I could buy about 6-7 years ago. The Ryobi struggles ripping walnut. So, we'll see - I don't really have the best comparison, but I'll update what I find either way. I'm hoping for fairly consistent and accurate cuts, but I'd think that would be anyone's hope. (I'm ripping the boards to then plane & biscuit them together for kitchen cabinet fronts. The walnut came as #2 with one already planed side & one already squared side - I just have to rip off the other side, and then plane to the correct thickness for the cabinets)

I'll be using a Freud Rip Blade: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

Edit: If there's something you'd like me to specifically check, let me know and I'll check it out / take photos / report back.
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$399 for me, how are you seeing $299?
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Ok, so I figured it out. The store I was choosing didn't have it in stock. Once I put in a store that had it in stock, it showed $299. Very tempting
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Finally Ridgid deals begin instead of that stupid power tool deal they're running right now
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Ok, so I figured it out. The store I was choosing didn't have it in stock. Once I put in a store that had it in stock, it showed $299. Very tempting
Sorry, I was about to post a screen shot of my store but this useless app doesn't allow you to attach images. 🙄
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No problem lol. Home Depot makes you fiddle around with stuff sometimes to get the price you want.

Thumbs up, so glad I saw this, I jumped on it. Have been looking for this exact deal!
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Finally Ridgid deals begin instead of that stupid power tool deal they're running right now
Right?
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Been waiting for this ..... just pulled the trigger.
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Tempting... but I'm holding out for a deal on the Dewalt 7491rs. Seems like a great price though!
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Tempting... but I'm holding out for a deal on the Dewalt 7491rs. Seems like a great price though!
Thoughts on DeWalt vs ridgid?
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Finally, I bought one couple weeks ago for $399. Should I buy and return or Homedepot will do price adjustment?
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Figures, I was waiting on a deal for this but I gave up when the Hitachi went on clearance for the same price at Lowes. I would've preferred the gravity stand but I'm still happy with my purchase.
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Explains why these were starting to set up in my local HD but man this thing is huge compared to the compact dewalt
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Finally, I bought one couple weeks ago for $399. Should I buy and return or Homedepot will do price adjustment?
They will likely do a price adjustment without any hassle.
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