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Lowe's YMMV: Metabo HPT 10-inch Jobsite Table Saw with Fold and Roll Stand for $369 and free in-store pickup

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Free in-store pickup where available. Not available for shipping. Truck delivery is available, but kind of kills the deal.

Looks like a fair price for a well-featured saw with a 2-year warranty if you can pick it up locally.

Lowe's product page [lowes.com].

Metabo/Hitachi's product information page [metabo-hpt.com].

Brickseek linky [brickseek.com].

Features:
  • Covered by Metabo HPT's professional 2-year warranty
  • Hitachi Power Tools is now Metabo HPT. Same Tools. New Name.
  • Direct drive universal 15 Amp motor produces 4,500 RPM to power through the toughest ripping applications
  • Soft start function reduces noise and recoil at start-up
  • Electric brake halts the rotation of the blade within seconds for added safety
  • 10" 40-Tooth carbide tipped blade included for high cutting capacity
  • Bevel range of 0 degree to 45 degrees for cuts ranging from 3-1/8" (at 0 degree) to 2-1/4" (at 45 degrees)
  • 28-3/4" x 22" working table top with out feed support of 28-3/4" x 2" for easy and stable material support
  • Telescoping table extension supports 35" of ripping capacity to the right and 22" to the left
  • Both the bevel scale and bevel height adjustment knobs for the blade are situated on the front of the cabinet for easy access and viewing
  • Equipped with a 3/4" T-slot miter gauge that features a large scale with adjustable positive stops at 0, 15, 30, 45 and 60 degrees to the left and right to help guide material accurately for a truer cut
  • On-tool accessory storage allows for easy access to needed items and convenient storage while not in use
  • 8 x 13/16" Dado capacity allows for simple dado cuts
  • Easy adjustments for blade height or angle, as well as simple fence adjustments to adhere to the cutting material
  • Stable and durable fold & roll stand for easy set up and breakdown, providing stability while in use
  • Large 8" rubber, all-terrain treaded wheels that ensure the end user can maneuver the saw to/from and around the jobsite with ease and convenience
  • Overload protection automatically shuts off the motor in a possible current overload situation to help prevent damage to the saw
  • Riving knife ensures cutting material does not bind and/or kick-back during operation
  • Oversized power switch with emergency off safety cover is designed at knee level for immediate shut down as an added safety feature
  • Dust port located at the rear of the base measures 2-1/2" and can connect to a shop vac or dust collection system for a cleaner work environment
Includes:
  • 10" 40-Tooth Carbide Tipped Blade
  • Blade Guard Assembly
  • Anti-kickback Pawl Assembly
  • Miter Gauge Assembly
  • Push Stick
  • Rip Fence Assembly
  • Outfeed Support Assembly
  • (2) Blade Wrenches
  • 5mm Hex Bar Wrench
  • 4mm Hex Bar Wrench
  • 2.5mm Hex Bar Wrench
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Good price on a saw that has many of the same features as the Dewalt DWE7491RS.I don't think you have to mark it YMMV though, It's on sale for this price not on clearance and pretty much every Lowes near me has one. Overall good deal on a feature rich portable saw.
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Not too long ago was sub 300. Clearing old stock with hitachi logo. Not a bad price but I would still pay more for dewalt. Much better fence
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Good price on a saw that has many of the same features as the Dewalt DWE7491RS.I don't think you have to mark it YMMV though, It's on sale for this price not on clearance and pretty much every Lowes near me has one. Overall good deal on a feature rich portable saw.
Thank you for your feedback. There are a handful of stores near me which do not have it in stock. Rather than get TD and flamed from someone who lives near a store without stock... "YMMV" was the safe bet. Smilie
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Damn, wish I was in the market....

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when is the next price drop?
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when is the next price drop?
Seems like a sale, not a clearance
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Not too long ago was sub 300. Clearing old stock with hitachi logo. Not a bad price but I would still pay more for dewalt. Much better fence
Interesting, I played with the fence on this one before I picked up the DWE7491RS ($375 thank you SD!) and the rack and pinon fences felt similar. It was a few months apart though so maybe I'm remembering it differently, out of curiosity why do you say it's worse than the Dewalt?
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Interesting, I played with the fence on this one before I picked up the DWE7491RS ($375 thank you SD!) and the rack and pinon fences felt similar. It was a few months apart though so maybe I'm remembering it differently, out of curiosity why do you say it's worse than the Dewalt?
If I'm correct Hitachi had more plastic components to gears/fence and to me didn't lock at well as dewalt. However always could be slight variants with floor sample as far as assembly and usage.
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I love this saw. A friend got it a year ago on sale for $300 or so. It cuts extremely well and your stock hugs the fence with little effort, even on the rough cut oak I was trimming.

I have a $200 Skill that I hate and always fight with, no comparison.
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I love this saw. A friend got it a year ago on sale for $300 or so. It cuts extremely well and your stock hugs the fence with little effort, even on the rough cut oak I was trimming.

I have a $200 Skill that I hate and always fight with, no comparison.
Same, I picked up the Hitachi version a couple years ago for ~$330 (think this was the thread). I use it infrequently, but it has been solid for my needs. The fence is easy to use once you figure it out, the blade is easy to adjust, and the T-slot miter gauge is really tight too. I just did some angled half depth cuts the other day w/ the stock blade and T-slot miter gauge and it worked like a champ. Next up, a Dado blade Smilie
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I have the Hitachi version that I picked up a few years ago during Black Friday for $300. Overall it is a nice saw. A new blade is a must as the base blade does not cut the best. I put in a 40 tooth Diablo blade and it cuts great now. Now, the fence could be a little better as I have found some play in the mounting pieces as it attaches to the rack and pinion component.

This version of the saw does look to have an upgraded blade over what I received. My saw did not have a 40 tooth blade in the box. I think it was a 24 tooth blade.
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Thank you for your feedback. There are a handful of stores near me which do not have it in stock. Rather than get TD and flamed from someone who lives near a store without stock... "YMMV" was the safe bet. Smilie
Just checked the web site. This is only a 7% discount through April 1st. It is also available to order online.
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Thanks for the comparison review link. The Hitachi definitely looks like the best bang for the buck.
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Just checked the web site. This is only a 7% discount through April 1st. It is also available to order online.
7%? I'm seeing a discount of 35%. Yes, I can order online, but for in store pickup or truck delivery ($80 for my location). What store do you have selected on the website?
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