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Ridgid 15-Amp Corded 10" Compact Table Saw

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Home Depot has Ridgid 15-Amp Corded 10" Compact Table Saw (R45171NS) on sale for $199. Shipping is free or select free ship-to-store pickup where available. Thanks JakeN9350

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  • 15-Amp 10" Table Saw
  • Blade Wrench
  • Switch Key
  • 10" Carbide Tipped Blade
  • Push Stick
  • Miter Gauge
  • Rip Fence
  • Blade Guard Assembly
  • Anti-kickback Pawls
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This table saw features SOFTStart Technology for quiet and smooth startup. It also features a Powerful 15 Amp motor that allows the user to cut through even the toughest materials and 26" rip capacity provides capacity to cut wider materials. -slickdewmaster

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First time posting. Almost got the directtools used one for 143, gut said look one last time. Was full price this morning is now on sale like earlier this year for 199. (https://slickdeals.net/f/13130167-ridgid-15-amp-corded-10-in-compact-table-saw-199?src=SiteSearchV2Algo1)

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SOFTStart Technology for quiet and smooth startups
Includes: Table Saw and Blade. Stand sold separately.
Free Parts and Service for Life with Registration
RIDGID introduces the 15 Amp Corded 10 in. Compact Table Saw. This table saw features SOFTStart Technology for quiet and smooth startup. It also features a Powerful 15 Amp motor that allows the user to cut through even the toughest materials. With registration, this kit is backed by the Industry's Only Lifetime Service Agreement. The Compact Table Saw includes a 10 in. carbide tipped blade, blade wrench, switch key, push stick, miter gauge, rip fence, blade guard assembly, anti-kickback pawls, and an operator's manual.
Micro-bevel adjustment for precise adjustment of bevel angles
Powerful 15 Amp motor allows the user to cut through even the toughest materials
26 in. rip capacity provides capacity to cut wider materials
Cast aluminum table for increased durability and ease of transportation
Integrated dust chute provides access for clearing infrequent jams and connects to vacuums for improved dust collection
Steel roll cage frame for added durability and frame strength
Onboard Tool and Accessory Storage: Conveniently and quickly store accessories including push stick, miter gauge, blade, and blade wrenches
Backed by the Industry Leading Lifetime Service Agreement
Includes: (1) R45171 15 Amp 10 in. Table Saw, blade wrench, switch key, 10 in. carbide tipped blade, push stick, miter gauge, rip fence, blade guard assembly, anti-kickback pawls, and operator's manual

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI...wQVu0MS1g0
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For me it's all about space. I'm not sure if you've compared the two, but this "compact" saw has a substantially smaller footprint than the jobsite saw which hit the FP for $300 last week. If storage isn't an issue and you have a shop, get the jobsite, but I do my woodworking in a two-car garage that I have to share with a car at nights, so I take smaller size whenever I can.

I've been waiting on this particular saw to hit $200 for a month now. That's the lowest price it ever drops to, but it hits it every few months in case anyone is on the fence. The only way to get it cheaper would be to get a refurbished model from DirectToolsOutlet for $144, but then you don't get the lifetime warranty from Ridgid (however much that may be worth).
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Great prices on models with stands too. With stand: RIDGID 15 Amp Corded 10 in. Heavy-Duty Portable Table Saw with Stand:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../100090444

Even better, RIDGID 10 in. Pro Jobsite Table Saw with Stand:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../309415135
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Seems like spending $100 more for the upgraded jobsite saw would be far more value.
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Nice been waiting for something to hit the 200 range
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Great prices on models with stands too. With stand: RIDGID 15 Amp Corded 10 in. Heavy-Duty Portable Table Saw with Stand:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../100090444

Even better, RIDGID 10 in. Pro Jobsite Table Saw with Stand:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../309415135
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Seems like spending $100 more for the upgraded jobsite saw would be far more value.
I mean where does it end, you could spend a $100 more than that and buy from a pro grade brand and not some homeowner nonsense.
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Seems like spending $100 more for the upgraded jobsite saw would be far more value.
For me it's all about space. I'm not sure if you've compared the two, but this "compact" saw has a substantially smaller footprint than the jobsite saw which hit the FP for $300 last week. If storage isn't an issue and you have a shop, get the jobsite, but I do my woodworking in a two-car garage that I have to share with a car at nights, so I take smaller size whenever I can.

I've been waiting on this particular saw to hit $200 for a month now. That's the lowest price it ever drops to, but it hits it every few months in case anyone is on the fence. The only way to get it cheaper would be to get a refurbished model from DirectToolsOutlet for $144, but then you don't get the lifetime warranty from Ridgid (however much that may be worth).
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Thanks OP! Just ordered one, was holding out for a black Friday deal I saw at Lowe's but prefer the Rigid brand. I also was looking for a small saw to use for small projects around the house, didn't want anything too large and this should fit nicely on a shelf below my workbench when not needed.
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How does this compare to DeWalt? All my cordless tools are DeWalt but have been looking at Rigid and other brands for corded tools.
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Just wondering if anybody has experience with this vs the Kobalt table saw Lowe's will have for $179 on black Friday? #1303497
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Walked by the ridgid saw with stand and the footprint is sizable need something compact and this fits the bill. Is the dewalt worth the extra 80?
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I bought this saw last time it was on sale. I would encourage anyone thinking about it to buy one with a stand. Finding an affordable stand that fits was a bitch.

Saw itself is great for consumers/hobbyists like me. Wouldn't want to build a house with it, but window framing, trim, and a few other projects have been a lot easier that with the old Skil.
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I bought this saw last time it was on sale. I would encourage anyone thinking about it to buy one with a stand. Finding an affordable stand that fits was a bitch.

Saw itself is great for consumers/hobbyists like me. Wouldn't want to build a house with it, but window framing, trim, and a few other projects have been a lot easier that with the old Skil.
Could always just build a small stand with some plywood and 2x4?
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Referring to the Kobalt KT1052, this is my question too. Which is better for a homeowner? The Rigid warranty is definitely worth a premium but a Kobalt rolling stand would be nice. By the way, the Kobalt will be $199. Last year it was $179.
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How does this compare to DeWalt? All my cordless tools are DeWalt but have been looking at Rigid and other brands for corded tools.
You can simply do a comparison: https://www.homedepot.com/p/compa...1vZ2fkokin

I'm a Dewalt guy myself. But I think the Rigid wins on blade speed (5000rpms) and rip capacity of 26in. And don't forget the lifetime warranty.
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