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DeWALT 12" 15-Amp Dual Bevel Sliding Compound Corded Miter Saw + Adjustable Stand EXPIRED

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Update: The miter saw is still available to ship but the saw stand is only available for store pickup where stock permits.

Lowe's has DeWALT 12" 15-Amp Dual Bevel Sliding Compound Corded Miter Saw (DWS779) + DeWALT Aluminum Adjustable Miter Saw Stand (DWX723) on sale for $399. Shipping is free.

Thanks to community member ShawnZzz for finding this deal.

Note, the Stand is added to cart automatically when you add the Miter Saw.

Product Highlights:
  • DeWALT 12" 15-Amp Dual Bevel Sliding Compound Corded Miter Saw (DWS779)
    • Powerful 15-amp, 3,800 RPM motor delivers extended power and durability
    • Exclusive back fence design cuts up to 2 x 16 dimensional lumber at 90° and 2 x 12 at 45°
    • Precise miter system and machined base support
    • Miter 60° to the right and 50° to the left
    • Dual horizontal steel rails with innovative clamping mechanism and linear ball bearings deliver an accurate, durable, and compact saw
    • Precise miter system and machined base fence support optimized durability and cutting accuracy
    • Oversized bevel scale makes bevel angle adjustments accurate and easy
    • Cam lock miter handle with detent override deliver quick and accurate miter angles
    • Innovative gearbox and belt-drive design increases vertical cutting capacity
  • DeWALT Aluminum Adjustable Miter Saw Stand (DWX723)
    • Adjustable miter saw stand creates a sturdy frame for cutting
    • Lightweight aluminum construction (29-lbs) allows for easy transport to and from the jobsite
    • 5-1/2-ft beam extends to support up to 16-ft of material and up to 500-lbs
    • Miter saw mounting brackets make attaching your miter saw less of a hassle
    • Extension lock levers allow for fast and secure tightening of extensions
    • Non-marring feet on tool mount prevent scratches to your work piece
    • Legs provide additional stability and fold for easy storage
    • Work stops/supports can be repositioned quickly anywhere along the rail
    • 3-year limited warranty gives you peace of mind
Customer Ratings:
  • Miter Saw
    • Lowe's 5 out of 5 stars, Amazon 4.9 out of 5 stars, Home Depot 4.8 out of 5 stars
  • Stand
    • Lowe's 5 out of 5 stars, Amazon 4.8 out of 5 stars, Home Depot 4.8 out of 5 stars
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Dead deal? $549 today.
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Don't forget to use $20 off $100 coupon and cash back site
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Just wanted to add, if you have verified your military status with lowes, it'll add the military discount on top of this. Came out to $380.65 for me
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Interestingly, I was able to get the deal only through mobile app.
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Quote from magraff :
Dead deal? $549 today.
Use mobile app and give a try.
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Quote from MitchyMoney :
The 779 is the same saw for $200 less than the 780, plus you get the mobile stand. For $60-80 you can add the light (which most people don't even use) to make it the same exact saw. This is a good deal.
Which light?
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Quote from ksumi :
Would this or a portable table saw be a better choice as a first saw for standard home DIY projects?
Table saw; but also consider the lowly circular saw.

Miter saws are really only for cross cuts, for example cutting the end off a 2x4, or cutting moulding or flooring to the right length. You can also cut angles which is handy for crown molding or angled flooring or decks.

Portable table saws do better at rip cuts than cross cuts for larger pieces, meaning cutting a length of wood into thinner pieces. For example, a 2x4 into a 2x2. Yes you can also cut the off the ends like with a miter saw, but really only with smaller pieces.

Circular saws get a bad rap. They are more capable then most people realize. I'm using mine more and more. Just sold my miter saw. For my work a circular saw or table saw sled was better. FWIW my table saw is a smaller Dewalt.

The foureyes channel on YouTube just did a segment on miter saws. IMO the only reason to have one is to cut molding or angled flooring, or certain other specialty cuts most people don't deal with. Maybe precision cuts on long sections of 4x4 or 6x6.
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You can just get the saw from Amazon for $349
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This is truly an amazing deal. If you are in the market, RUN to the app and buy it now
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A table saw is MUCH more versatile than a miter saw. A table saw can do virtually everything that a miter saw can do, along with a whole lot more.

Unless you've got a big trim install project in you future, I'd definitely go with the table saw.
I'll give a different opinion. A circular saw with a guide, either a store bought or a jig you make and a miter saw will provide you with nearly everything you need. When you consider safety, which should be primary concern of anyone just starting out in this hobby or profession, etc, the circular and miter saws are far safer with proper attention. IMHO
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The 779 is the same saw for $200 less than the 780, plus you get the mobile stand. For $60-80 you can add the light (which most people don't even use) to make it the same exact saw. This is a good deal.
Have you checked into that? There seems to be a suggestion that that was a misconception that has been perpetuated. With the 780 being a completely different beast.
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Feeling a lil insecure about my Ryobi 10" & Ridgid universal stand for $230... return and cough up extra $170 for the yellow cult?
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Have you checked into that? There seems to be a suggestion that that was a misconception that has been perpetuated. With the 780 being a completely different beast.
Here's a link to YouTube showing how to do it. I believe they did an update to the saw in 2018 so not all can receive the light. Though both of mine (home + work) were the correct model to upgrade. I upgraded the work one.

https://youtu.be/ZMJNE0_qUQw

Two of my local Lowe's have both on display, yours may too. I recommend you go compare them.
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This is a great miter saw. I picked one up a few years ago for ~$300 without stand.
It relegated the old miter saw (Craftsman non-sliding compound) to chop saw status due to the increase in precision, function and usability.
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Quote from jgscott987 :
A table saw is MUCH more versatile than a miter saw. A table saw can do virtually everything that a miter saw can do, along with a whole lot more.

Unless you've got a big trim install project in you future, I'd definitely go with the table saw.
I just invert my miter and undermount it ...awesome
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