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DEWALT DWE7480 15 Amp 10 in. Compact Job Site Table Saw $229

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CPO Outlet has the Dewalt DWE7480 table saw for $229 with free shipping and no tax for most states. You have to put it in your cart to see the price. The $25 off $100 that Dewalt has going that CPO participates in does not apply to this product. Although I had great luck buying a couple refurbs off CPO I am not a fan of buying new products from a refurbish specialist company. It feels like buying a new car from a used car lot.

I got HD to price match and ordered it from them. At first they flat denied me on the price match saying they didn't match outlets or CPO etc. We battled for awhile but I managed to push the price match through. Happy to pay $11 in tax on top of $229.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../204511988

I also believe CPO Group owns Tyler Tools in some respect so the other deal listed below is probably somehow tied to the CPO pricing. So there appears to be at least three sources for this price.

https://www.cpooutlets.com/dewalt...e7480.html
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This is legit.
Just called HD for price match and successfully purchased. I had to point them to Tyler Tool though. I guess the word "Outlets" didn't sit well with the rep.
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I also just got HD to price match this deal on TylerTool.
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Whats the best deal on the stand for this saw, I need one. Amazon has it for $70, but if you spent just $30 more you can get $25 off $100+.
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I got denied to Tyler tool as well, was pretty persistent. Anything wrong with ordering from CPO directly? Since they sell ryobi they are considered 3rd party and against price match policy.
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Whats the best deal on the stand for this saw, I need one. Amazon has it for $70, but if you spent just $30 more you can get $25 off $100+.
I purchased this saw from CPO and purchased a 40 tooth 10" Dewalt table saw blade and the Dewalt folding stand from Amazon. Stand and blade came to $84 with tax after $25 off coupon.
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This is a great price for this model. It's a better deal then the DW745 sales going on because this can rip 4x8 sheet goods in half. You may not need that capacity often, but when you do it would be frustrating to have the DW745 and realize you can only rip 20" width.
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I don't know if I pulled the trigger to soon. I got the 32rip version with rolling stand for 450. This way cheaper but I wanted a rolling stand
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Fyi tyler tools also has this sale, so you don't need to reference cpo outlets. Also, Lowe's price matches up to 30 days after purchase.
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I don't know if I pulled the trigger to soon. I got the 32rip version with rolling stand for 450. This way cheaper but I wanted a rolling stand
All depends on if you need the 32" rip capacity. If you don't, you can get this saw deal and the Dewalt rolling stand for $115 at Amazon. The Dewalt stand with the removable brackets is more. Either way this deal is cheaper by as much as $100 depending on which rolling stand you want. My own opinion is that if this is not for job site use I prefer the folding stand. I had a set up with the roller stand where the saw stayed attached and it took more floor space then I liked. With it detached you can store the saw on a shelf and hang the stand flush against a wall to minimize space it takes in the garage.
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Thanks for posting this. Lowes price matched in store as well, just showed them the Tyler tools link.
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Is the 7491RS worth the extra money? DIY homeowner. Would use it for building shelves, cabinets, etc.
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Is the 7491RS worth the extra money? DIY homeowner. Would use it for building shelves, cabinets, etc.
I am a DIY homeowner and have been very happy with the 7480. Snagged it in April for $250 and have already put it to use for shelves, dog house, molding, etc. I think either model would serve that use case well. If I were to upgrade, it would be to a non jobsite model when I have more room.
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Thanks for posting this. Lowes price matched in store as well, just showed them the Tyler tools link.
What link? I checked Tyler Tool, show $299.
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What link? I checked Tyler Tool, show $299.
https://www.tylertool.com/dewalt-...e7480.html

Price in cart shows $229
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