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Dewalt Miter Saw (DWS780) + Stand (DWX723) for $599 @ Lowes

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The annual Lowes holiday deal on this saw and stand.

Valid 10/28/20 to 2/3/21

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In 2019 there was a much better deal for a 779, which is almost the same model, around 350 bucks including the stand. Hopefully they will replicate it around Black Friday
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In 2019 there was a much better deal for a 779, which is almost the same model, around 350 bucks including the stand. Hopefully they will replicate it around Black Friday
Yeah, usually we see the 779 for 399 with the DWX726. Better overall package with the rolling stand. I'd still like to see a DWS780 with the DWX726 for around $550. As easy as it is to upgrade the 779 to the XPS system, I'd like to get the 780 and keep the warranty, which you lose with the 779 upgrade.
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Last year on November 28th Amazon had the DWS780 for 350 with an additional 25 dollar off coupon making it 325.

Combine the DWS780 and the $99 Rigid Stand that is probably going on sale on Black Friday at Home Depot again and you have the perfect kit for 424... YMMV on if Amazon or anyone sells the 780 for that cheap again, but there will be better deals I think (and whether you do the 779 with upgrade kit, or just the 780, that kerf light is worth it).
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Last year on November 28th Amazon had the DWS780 for 350 with an additional 25 dollar off coupon making it 325.

Combine the DWS780 and the $99 Rigid Stand that is probably going on sale on Black Friday at Home Depot again and you have the perfect kit for 424... YMMV on if Amazon or anyone sells the 780 for that cheap again, but there will be better deals I think (and whether you do the 779 with upgrade kit, or just the 780, that kerf light is worth it).
I scored this same deal last year. Fantastic saw and stand at a great price.
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Maybe not as good as Black Friday deals coming up, but if you need the stand it's a pretty good value.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-1...aw/3441818
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Just got the Rigid Stand and DWS779 for combined $450. I think that's a better deal. Both still available.
This is pretty good too though.
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Yeah, usually we see the 779 for 399 with the DWX726. Better overall package with the rolling stand. I'd still like to see a DWS780 with the DWX726 for around $550. As easy as it is to upgrade the 779 to the XPS system, I'd like to get the 780 and keep the warranty, which you lose with the 779 upgrade.
779 is $350 on amazon right now. $548 wit dewalt stand
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or just the 780, that kerf light is worth it).
I'll echo this. I was helping my father install vinyl flooring and his dewalt didn't have it. Wasn't hard to line up cuts but its just so much easier with the light.
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Yeah, usually we see the 779 for 399 with the DWX726. Better overall package with the rolling stand. I'd still like to see a DWS780 with the DWX726 for around $550. As easy as it is to upgrade the 779 to the XPS system, I'd like to get the 780 and keep the warranty, which you lose with the 779 upgrade.
The conversion is pretty easy to undo if you have issues. I used Scotch Lock splice connectors that barely made a mark on the OEM wiring. https://www.amazon.com/Scotch-Loc...B0047AQ38C
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With this big of a saw, I would recommend getting it with a rolling/pop up stand over the saw horse style. If you're travelling from jobsite to jobsite with this saw, then the saw horse may be more convenient because you can separate the saw from the stand for loading/unloading (unless you can roll the stand into a trailer or something), but for around the home I found the rolling stand to be better. It does take up a good amount of room, but it's much less of a chore to use the saw.

Before I picked up the 779 with the 726 stand, I had the dewalt 10" non-sliding saw with saw horse stand and it wasn't too bad to set up because that saw wasn't too heavy, but it still frustrated me to set up when I wanted to make a single quick cut. Popping up the 779 is very quick.

That being said, the saw horse stand does offer a more rigid platform and better workpiece supports. The workpiece supports on the Dewalt rolling stand will flex and take some playing with, which is the main complaint with the stand. But I haven't found it to be too much of a headache.

I picked up the 779 saw and 726 stand from HD for $399+tax two years ago.
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The size and what you wrote was my fear. Is the 779 easy to detach from the 726 or is it too much of a headache? Im in a townhouse but build stuff a lot. Id be lugging this from the non-walkout basement to the yard 2-3x a month up a flight and a half of stairs. Bulk vs weight is the issue with maneuvering it inside the house.
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The conversion is pretty easy to undo if you have issues. I used Scotch Lock splice connectors that barely made a mark on the OEM wiring. https://www.amazon.com/Scotch-Loc...B0047AQ38C [amazon.com]
Your saw will be out of warranty before the unit breaks assuming you are not using it daily. I added the conversion kit and find it to be amazing. Not worth the extra $$$ for the better saw.
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The size and what you wrote was my fear. Is the 779 easy to detach from the 726 or is it too much of a headache? Im in a townhouse but build stuff a lot. Id be lugging this from the non-walkout basement to the yard 2-3x a month up a flight and a half of stairs. Bulk vs weight is the issue with maneuvering it inside the house.
The saw is bolted to the 726 rolling stand, so it's not a quick thing to attach/detach. Other rolling stands may be different and have a better option for mounting. But I think in general the rolling stands are meant to be more permanent.

In your case you're probably be better off with the saw horse style stand that you can separate easily and lug up the stairs individually.
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