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DeWALT 15-Amp Corded 8.25" Compact Jobsite Tablesaw w/ Rolling Table Saw Stand EXPIRED

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Home Depot has DeWALT 15-Amp Corded 8-1/4" Compact Jobsite Tablesaw with Bonus Heavy-Duty Rolling Table Saw Stand (DWE7485W7440) for $359. Shipping is free, or select ship to store where available.

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Key Features:
  • 15 Amp motor with 8-1/4" blade diameter
  • MAX rip cut right of blade 24.5 in.
  • The rack and pinion fence allows for fast, easy adjustment and provides the capacity to rip 4x8 sheet goods
  • Easily store guard, fence, wrenches and miter gauge.
  • Power-loss reset helps prevent accidental restarts following a power disruption when the tool is left in the on position.
  • Includes 3-Year limited warranty and 1 year free service

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    • Our research indicates that DeWalt 15 Amp Corded 8-1/4" Compact Jobsite Tablesaw with Bonus Heavy-Duty Rolling Table Saw Stand is $126.66 less (26% Savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $485.66 (buying both tools separately).
    • This also matches the price of the last Frontpage Deal for this combo from May.
  • About this product:
    • This tablesaw and stand combo is highly rated receiving 4.8 Stars out of 5 Stars based on over 1,300 reviews.
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Depends on what you need. The 10" saw is a lot more expensive (currently ~$250) and the 8-14" saw can handle 95% of what most people will use a table saw for. If you definitely need the extra rip space, slight increase in cutting depth, or dado support, then the 10" is definitely the way to go. For most people, they'll be perfectly fine with this saw and the extra cash, though.
Good deal - but this saw will not take a dado blade if that's important to you.
Its sibling DWE7491RS (10 inch) will take a dado, but no sale right now.

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You might want to edit the title to include the brand of saw
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Nice deal! Master class by home Depot of playing the SD community though, driving up demand by having this go in and out of stock multiple times to suggest low supply, when it actually appears they are sitting on a boatload of these. Oh well, capitalism!

Does anyone know, is there a space for on onboard storage for the non through cut riving knife that comes installed in the saw? I replaced it with the blade guard assembly, but didn't see anywhere for the original riving knife to be stored.
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Quote from cdmcc :
You might want to edit the title to include the brand of saw
Thanks for catching that. Brand has been included.
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Is this the great dewalt saw or the not so good saw? I get confused on the model numbers
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Why would you go with an 8 1/4" if you're going to spend this much money? Seems like you'd go for the 10"?
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Why would you go with an 8 1/4" if you're going to spend this much money? Seems like you'd go for the 10"?
Depends on what you need. The 10" saw is a lot more expensive (currently ~$250) and the 8-14" saw can handle 95% of what most people will use a table saw for. If you definitely need the extra rip space, slight increase in cutting depth, or dado support, then the 10" is definitely the way to go. For most people, they'll be perfectly fine with this saw and the extra cash, though.
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Good deal - but this saw will not take a dado blade if that's important to you.
Its sibling DWE7491RS (10 inch) will take a dado, but no sale right now.
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Good deal - but this saw will not take a dado blade if that's important to you.
Its sibling DWE7491RS (10 inch) will take a dado, but no sale right now.
For certain people and use-cases, that can be pretty critical.

Personally, however, I tend to prefer the flexibility of a router for most scenarios where someone might use a dado blade. I can get the same result and do a whole lot more. Additionally, for the current price difference (~$250), someone could buy this saw and a solid quality router and have the best of both worlds.

It's not the right approach for everyone or every situation, but it's definitely what I'd recommend for most people.
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Got one, thanks. Much cheaper than a 10" and I'll use my router table for dados.
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Quote from Quadruple :
Good deal - but this saw will not take a dado blade if that's important to you.
Its sibling DWE7491RS (10 inch) will take a dado, but no sale right now.
Been looking at this for dado and compact form. Just wish the saw was more easily detachable from the stand.
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Amazing deal. Now can we get one for a Miter Saw, please?
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Been looking at this for dado and compact form. Just wish the saw was more easily detachable from the stand.
You mount the table saw to mounting brackets, and then the mounting brackets have a squeeze trigger that clips them off/onto the saw rails. About as easy as it could feasibly be to detach from the stand. The brackets have rubber feet on them so you just leave them attached to the saw and they become new feet for the saw.
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Nice deal! If you want a 8 1/4" saw that takes a dado you'll have to go with the Milwaukee, but otherwise those Dewalts are great little saws.
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