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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.

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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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Order DEWALT-12-in-15-Amp-Dual-Bevel-Sliding-Compound-Miter-Saw get a free Dewalt Heavy Duty miter saw stand ($199) value


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Here is a video on what it takes to add the led light. More irl experience imo. Also the comments show there is a few more differences besides the led light on the 779 vs 780
https://youtu.be/jZF-3-SzHes

Overall this is a very good deal if you need a stand and want to upgrade to led light later
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Hi all! New homeowner and just getting started being "handy." I anticipate lots of future projects for the next several decades of my life. With that being said, this thing looks like an absolute beast and option-wise, I think it would cover all the bases for anything I would ever think of needing. So is this way overkill for a DIY'er? In other words, is the bulk and heaviness of the saw not really worth it for someone who is going to use it for random projects versus someone who does this for living day in and day out?

Thanks for sharing your thoughts everyone!
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Quote from ShawnZzz :
Don't forget to use $20 off $100 coupon and cash back site
What's the coupon and what cash back? If you don't mind me asking...
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Hmm website and mobile aren't discounting the saw for me. $549 plus the free stand. Happening to anyone else?
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Hi all! New homeowner and just getting started being "handy." I anticipate lots of future projects for the next several decades of my life. With that being said, this thing looks like an absolute beast and option-wise, I think it would cover all the bases for anything I would ever think of needing. With that being said, is this way overkill for a DIY'er? In other words, is the bulk and heaviness of the saw not really worth it for someone who is going to use it for random projects versus someone who does this for living day in and day out?

Thanks for sharing your thoughts everyone!


If you have the room for this one get it. No question. Ideally just leave it on the stand in the garage somewhere. I'd also recommend looking at the deal for milwaukee's or another brand's multi-tool. Those are always handy in a home.
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Can anyone say if this is a good blade? It looks like the price is a good deal?

https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-P...de/3250946
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Quote from natedgreat :
Hmm website and mobile aren't discounting the saw for me. $549 plus the free stand. Happening to anyone else?
Same here
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Same here
I changed stores and the sale worked. Apparently not all stores are at that price? How weird.
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Hi all! New homeowner and just getting started being "handy." I anticipate lots of future projects for the next several decades of my life. With that being said, this thing looks like an absolute beast and option-wise, I think it would cover all the bases for anything I would ever think of needing. So is this way overkill for a DIY'er? In other words, is the bulk and heaviness of the saw not really worth it for someone who is going to use it for random projects versus someone who does this for living day in and day out?

Thanks for sharing your thoughts everyone!
i was in your shoes, ended up with a 10 inch single bevel non compound hitachi $100 and a 10 inch dewalt table saw $225 it covers 98% of what i needed to do. Build a good bench. The only time i have been scuppered to date is long 2x10 boards and try to cut a miter.

i have borrowed a dws780 from a friend awesome saw but heavy and the stand takes up a fair amount of space if you only use it a few times a year.
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Quote from wushufanatic :
Hi all! New homeowner and just getting started being "handy." I anticipate lots of future projects for the next several decades of my life. With that being said, this thing looks like an absolute beast and option-wise, I think it would cover all the bases for anything I would ever think of needing. So is this way overkill for a DIY'er? In other words, is the bulk and heaviness of the saw not really worth it for someone who is going to use it for random projects versus someone who does this for living day in and day out?

Thanks for sharing your thoughts everyone!
This deal fits the "buy once, cry once" philosophy. One of the best miter saws available.
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In for one. I've been waiting for this deal. Thanks!
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Looks like Depot has matched the price of $399 for the same saw and stand. They are also including a blade, wrench, dust bag and material clamp... don't see a mention of the extra goodies at Lowes.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../314720808
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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?
I would like to know the same.. worth going for this for $230 more compared to the ryobi 10" and ridgid stand from the deal last month
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Quote from JohnnieNepal :
Looks like Depot has matched the price of $399 for the same saw and stand. They are also including a blade, wrench, dust bag and material clamp... don't see a mention of the extra goodies at Lowes.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../314720808 [homedepot.com]
Those aren't extra goodies, they come standard in the box with the saw.
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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.
It's not just a light, it's an alignment tool for where the blade cuts. Not prone to moving like laser.
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