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DEWALT Table Saw (DWE7485) with Rolling Stand (DW7440RS) - $359

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Amazon and Home Depot has the DEWALT Table Saw for Jobsite, Compact, 8-1/4-Inch (DWE7485) with DEWALT Table Saw Stand, Mobile/Rolling (DW7440RS) for $359 for Amazon Prime members.

This basically matches the Frontpage Home Depot father's day deal from last week. It's $5 more, but Amazon Visa cardholders can get 6% cash back on it for a net of $15 cheaper.

Amazon lists the price to buy the two pieces separately as $490 ($329 for the saw, $161 for the stand). Those prices are comparable to what they're going for elsewhere, too.

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
  • Portability: Compact size for ease of transportation and storage
  • Lightweight design weighs only 33lbs. delivers 20% less weight to carry than other competitive mobile stands
  • Heavy-duty kickstand allows the stand to balance upright for mobility and storage
  • Quick connect stand brackets attach to saw for easy detachment from stand for loading and unloading
https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../312597853

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Just FYI that Chase Freedom has 5% back for home improvement stores this quarter. If you have CSP or CSR, then it's 5% UR points, which arguably is better than Amazon's offer.
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5% chase is better than Amazon 6%
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Same price at Home Depot
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Was tempted to purchase, but as a weekend home fixerupper, decided a table saw was too powerful/dangerous for occasional use by an inexperienced person. Saw too many videos about kickbacks and missing fingers... Seems like a jigsaw, regular circular saw plus a mitre saw and router can do almost anything a table saw can do and are safer, albeit slower.
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People waiting for the 10inch Dewalt table saw to go on sale since January: aaaaaany time now, aaany time.
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Quote from MagentaLeopard508 :
People waiting for the 10inch Dewalt table saw to go on sale since January: aaaaaany time now, aaany time.
Nailed it.
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Was tempted to purchase, but as a weekend home fixerupper, decided a table saw was too powerful/dangerous for occasional use by an inexperienced person. Saw too many videos about kickbacks and missing fingers... Seems like a jigsaw, regular circular saw plus a mitre saw and router can do almost anything a table saw can do and are safer, albeit slower.
I'd argue that the risk with a table saw is only modestly greater than the others, but I do agree that there is some additional a risk there. And, for most DIYers, I'd recommend that they purchase power saws in the order of: circular saw, jigsaw, miter saw, and then table saw.

However, I will note that there are things you can do with a table saw that you cannot do (or cannot do nearly as accurately) without a table saw. The most common example is ripping down larger pieces of wood like a 4'x8' sheet of plywood or OSB. You can try to setup a guide and cut it with a circular saw, but you will never get the reliable and consistent accuracy that a table saw will get you, especially over a long cut.

Additionally, I'd even go so far as to say that ripping long pieces of wood without a table saw can potentially become more dangerous than using a table saw. Trying to cut a 4'x8' piece of plywood in half with a circular saw is not just awkward, it can get dangerous.
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People waiting for the 10inch Dewalt table saw to go on sale since January: aaaaaany time now, aaany time.
I spent months waiting for that, too. Eventually, I started reviewing the things I use a table saw for. . . and realized that 99% of it can be done with the 8 1/4" saw. I love the idea of "going big", especially when it comes to tools (there's a reason basically all of my cordless tools are Dewalt, and not Ryobi or Craftsman), but there's also a place where you hit the point of diminishing returns and the extra money isn't getting you enough benefit to justify it.
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I spent months waiting for that, too. Eventually, I started reviewing the things I use a table saw for. . . and realized that 99% of it can be done with the 8 1/4" saw. I love the idea of "going big", especially when it comes to tools (there's a reason basically all of my cordless tools are Dewalt, and not Ryobi or Craftsman), but there's also a place where you hit the point of diminishing returns and the extra money isn't getting you enough benefit to justify it.
That's a great point! I'm waiting for the 10in basically because I went for a smaller miter saw, so I feel I need something that can take two 2x4 stacked together. It's very probably stupid, but at this point, I have been writing scripts to check the price of the 10in table saw for so many websites, I just want to justify this time investment Big Grin
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That's a great point! I'm waiting for the 10in basically because I went for a smaller miter saw, so I feel I need something that can take two 2x4 stacked together. It's very probably stupid, but at this point, I have been writing scripts to check the price of the 10in table saw for so many websites, I just want to justify this time investment https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...es/biggrin.gif
I definitely understand that situation! 😉

https://xkcd.com/1319/
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No longer available from Amazon but being matched by home depot.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL...597853-_-N
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No longer available from Amazon but being matched by home depot.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL...597853-_-N [homedepot.com]
Thanks, I'd already started updating the posting to mention that Home Depot had them in stock again. I've added a comment that Amazon is out on it.
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I'd argue that the risk with a table saw is only modestly greater than the others, but I do agree that there is some additional a risk there. And, for most DIYers, I'd recommend that they purchase power saws in the order of: circular saw, jigsaw, miter saw, and then table saw.

However, I will note that there are things you can do with a table saw that you cannot do (or cannot do nearly as accurately) without a table saw. The most common example is ripping down larger pieces of wood like a 4'x8' sheet of plywood or OSB. You can try to setup a guide and cut it with a circular saw, but you will never get the reliable and consistent accuracy that a table saw will get you, especially over a long cut.

Additionally, I'd even go so far as to say that ripping long pieces of wood without a table saw can potentially become more dangerous than using a table saw. Trying to cut a 4'x8' piece of plywood in half with a circular saw is not just awkward, it can get dangerous.
I routinely rip or cross cut sheet goods on the ground, supported by a few bricks and with a straightedge. To me muscling 4x8 sheets onto a table saw is more risky, and even more so without infeed/outfeed tables
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Quote from MagentaLeopard508 :
That's a great point! I'm waiting for the 10in basically because I went for a smaller miter saw, so I feel I need something that can take two 2x4 stacked together. It's very probably stupid, but at this point, I have been writing scripts to check the price of the 10in table saw for so many websites, I just want to justify this time investment Big Grin
Writing scripts huh. That sounds interesting. Any advice or direction where a noob like me could learn do something like this? Would have saved me a ton of time for past purchases.
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