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DeWALT 15-Amp Corded 12" Sliding Compound Miter Saw w/ Rolling Stand EXPIRED

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Home Depot.com has DeWALT 15-Amp Corded 12" Sliding Compound Miter Saw (DWS779) + Rolling Stand (DWX726) for $399. Select free store pickup where stock permits to save on shipping. Thanks lottathought
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Home Depot is selling the Dewalt 15 Amp Corded 12 in. Double-Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw for $399.
Model # DWS779...
This is the saw...
[URL="https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWALT-15-Amp-Corded-12-in-Double-Bevel-Sliding-Compound-Miter-Saw-DWS779/206541015?[/URL]


When you buy the saw, they throw in the 32-1/2 in. x 60 in. Rolling Miter Saw Stand for free...
Model # DWX726

This is the stand..
[URL="https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWALT-32-1-2-in-x-60-in-Rolling-Miter-Saw-Stand-DWX726/202935041[/URL]

They are calling it the "DeWalt PBF Promo"

QA note: Link to purchase combo online [homedepot.com]


To sweeten the pot, they give you $25 off if you sign up for the Home Depot card. (Which I suppose you can get for anything in this price range)

And to sweeten the pot a little further, because I signed up for the card, the cashier was able to knock another $25 off. I have no idea how she did it...and I was not going to argue.

This brings the Saw and the Rolling stand down to $349 + tax.

But..since the last $50 seems to hinge on the card, I left it out of the Title.
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I have this combo, and as others said the slider is very heavy almost requiring this sort of stand. Unfortunately this set up never makes it into the truck due to its size.. Always end up grabbing the 12 or 10 compound and a 4ft foldout table.
For those mentioning accuracy, the 12" blade has flex, and the slider mechanism has a tiny amount of give. Cutting through soft or thin material will most likely be accurate, but thicker plies or hardwood might cause it to deviate ever so slightly. Same reason I use a 10" blade on my 12" tablesaw.
If I could only buy one saw, this with the xps shadow system would be at the top of the list.
That was exactly what I was going to suggest. 10 inch blade takes out the blade flex plus you still have a beast.
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He's actually saying they are the same saw. The only real difference being the kerf light which you can buy a OEM kit from mmtool for roughly $65 to add it to the 779. He also mentioned that the motor has a different part number but the specs are the same and there is no evidence that they are different with the exception of the mounting brackets on the motors.
Suit yourself. Different part number on the motor plus it mounts different. If you are going for the xps, I'd sooner buy the factory for a couple of bucks more and not the Walmart version of a decent saw.
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Who will have this deal?
Acme tools
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Suit yourself. Different part number on the motor plus it mounts different. If you are going for the xps, I'd sooner buy the factory for a couple of bucks more and not the Walmart version of a decent saw.
Yeah, if it's a couple bucks more then go for the 780... The deal here is pretty good however. I bought the ACME one for $279 and added the kerf light for $65... so $344 total. I haven't seen the 780 anywhere near that price. I would consider the deal here on par with the included stand although you would have to pay tax as well.
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Yeah, if it's a couple bucks more then go for the 780... The deal here is pretty good however. I bought the ACME one for $279 and added the kerf light for $65... so $344 total. I haven't seen the 780 anywhere near that price. I would consider the deal here on par with the included stand although you would have to pay tax as well.
The 780 is going to be 509 with the 723 stand next weekend. That 110 more than this deal minus the light for 65 using your price. $45. I'm waiting for 780.
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It would be a much better deal if the 723 stand was included instead like the Lowes Black Friday deal.
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i got the dsw780 with stand for similar price last year. the rolling stand makes it easy to move around job site. you won't be able to transport it in anything smaller than med size SUV with rear seat down. over kill for typical home owner. I used to help my brother renovate his new home last year and it's a beast. we did a 4 x 10 beam without flipping. it has a led light on the blade, pretty useful.
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I will likely leave it boxed up and and see if a deal for the 580 comes along. Where is it suppose to be $509 for the DWS780 + DWS723 stand? I would love to know where to look so I'm likely not to miss it. The light kit for me with shipping is $80....
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The 780 is going to be 509 with the 723 stand next weekend. That 110 more than this deal minus the light for 65 using your price. $45. I'm waiting for 780.
Can you provide a link or reference for this?
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11% rebate
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Ok deal if you don't care for the cord and extensions. But to be fair, $350 is the new price of the saw and the stand has been as low as $130 on Amazon per CCC. Do the math, that's an $80 savings if you were to have bought the stand at $130 and the saw at full price.

They've had similarly priced deals for the Flexvolt corded/cordless version without the stand before.

F it. Buy now and hope for a nicer deal so you can return this one unopened. Home Depot's 3 month return policy is fantastic.
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The 780 is going to be 509 with the 723 stand next weekend. That 110 more than this deal minus the light for 65 using your price. $45. I'm waiting for 780.
Yeah but the 723 stand doesn't have wheels. How do you lug the saw around?
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Can you provide a link or reference for this?
Acme Electric online has the DWS780 for $499 https://www.acmetools.com/shop/to...aw-12-inch with no free stand.
Acme Electric catalog has it for $599 with the free stand DWX723. I called the store and asked them to price match the online price with the free stand and they said they couldn't, but that on the 22nd and 23rd they are having their Black Friday event which is 15% off many brands, including this saw with stand which will bring it to $509.
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Yeah but the 723 stand doesn't have wheels. How do you lug the saw around?
Fair point and I agree 100%. This is where I am at, I want the best possible saw with the best possible rolling stand. The dewalt roller is not it. If you read the reviews, it's a POS. I was holding out for the 780 with the Dewalt roller, but in the meantime, I went to the store and played with a setup roller. It sucks. After much shopping, it seems that the best all-in-one solution is the Bosch T4B gravity roller stand, but it's usually $329 and up. Maybe I'll be able to eBay the 723 for $170. Then I found a wheel kit for the 723. It's going to run me $150 or so by the time I get the options I want, but like I said, I want the best possible stand. I think that the 723 is the best and most versatile stand on the market with the exception of being able to roll. The wheel kit takes care of this problem for me.

So I am NOT looking for the same things as everyone else. I want what I want and I'm willing to pay for it.
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Don't underestimate the weight of these saws. If the upcoming deal on the 780 is with a wheel-less stand, I think many of you will be sad when you start using it if that's the path you take.

I've got mine mounted to the Ridgid stand with large wheels, and that makes moving it around and transporting it in my truck easy, which means I end up using it a lot.
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