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I've been looking at this saw for almost a year and it is at its lowest price.

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Well not everyone is making their living cutting wood. For a hobbyist, this is fantastic. Woodworking isn't my #1 hobby, but I need to make some of these cuts more accurately than I can eyeballing it or with a slightly crooked board clamped down. For more money, I could gain a slight amount of theoretical accuracy (which my imperfect measuring will probably render moot) OR use that money for additional tools OR my other hobbies. I love my Kreg ripcut, but it fails when your work piece is too narrow or small and I lack a work bench to clamp to (again, cause this isn't how I make a living nor my primary hobby).
I bought this exact table saw from Zoro back when they had 35% off with Chase Offers. I did a lot of research and wanted a table saw to rip and use to build furniture. This table saw is NOT a SawStop or upper level Delta table saw for fine woodworking. On the other hand, I absolutely love this saw. I'm always hesitant when buying Chinese made products but this is a well built table saw and I have had no problems setting the fence or making straight cuts with it. I would highly, highly recommend this saw for the average every day user and personally I like it over the Dewalt 8-1/4" due to the fact that it comes with fold out legs, uses a 10" blade, and can accept a dado stack. I will say that the build quality on the Dewalt 8-1/4" seems to be an improvement on the Skil (having seen one in store at Home Depot) but for my money, the Skil was a better choice. I have not had a single problem with this saw bogging down or not providing enough power.

My biggest complaint for this saw is that it is LOUD but that is not a big deal to me. It also doesn't feel as solid as the Dewalt 8-1/4" saw. Nonetheless, it provides more than enough power, accepts a dado stack (you can find the dado throat plate on Amazon now), is well built, cuts straight, has a relatively (though not perfectly) straight table surface (on mine), and comes with an excellent warranty. This isn't the same Skil quality from a few years ago when Bosch ran it into the ground. Chervon is actually doing great things with the brand and this table saw is representative of that.

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Same price at Lowe's. Vets can likely get their discount as well, lowering the price to, what, $270?.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/SKIL-10-...5001767587
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Thanks... Been waiting for this!
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Do you mean military discount? Or something else?
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Best $300 saw according to this review [protoolreviews.com] at Protool Reviews.
That also seems to mean the $300 is the regular price though.
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Best $300 saw according to this review [protoolreviews.com] at Protool Reviews.
That also seems to mean the $300 is the regular price though.
When it's in stock at Lowe's, that's always the price. This model was in short supply throughout most of the pandemic, so I opted for the little Ridgid 10 inch for $250.

My concern with this Skil is the relatively narrow left and right cut capacity, and the Ridgid meets my minimum criteria. But I'm still intrigued with this Skil.
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I'm amazed so many people like this saw...

Pros: it can do a Dado, it has a great motor, and it has cool features (like all the Skil items seem to be upgrading lately).

Cons: Tolerances are really poor, it has quite a bit of play to it. the surface is wonky and often warps.

I like the ideas Skil has been creating, but their execution, and precision are why this saw is $300.

if you need a table saw for 1, or 2 jobs, then it's great.
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I'm amazed so many people like this saw...

Pros: it can do a Dado, it has a great motor, and it has cool features (like all the Skil items seem to be upgrading lately).

Cons: Tolerances are really poor, it has quite a bit of play to it. the surface is wonky and often warps.

I like the ideas Skil has been creating, but their execution, and precision are why this saw is $300.

if you need a table saw for 1, or 2 jobs, then it's great.
Would you say the 8" DeWalt that frequently goes on sale would be a better purchase?
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I'm amazed so many people like this saw...

Pros: it can do a Dado, it has a great motor, and it has cool features (like all the Skil items seem to be upgrading lately).

Cons: Tolerances are really poor, it has quite a bit of play to it. the surface is wonky and often warps.

I like the ideas Skil has been creating, but their execution, and precision are why this saw is $300.

if you need a table saw for 1, or 2 jobs, then it's great.
I'm trying to get a table saw for home use that's not crazy expensive and has enough features to do most anything a weekend warrior would do.

Then a great deal comes up and I get excited about it.... and you just shoot it down with all these lack of quality facts.
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Got this from Mendards shortly after it came out for $299. Used it a few times. Put a Diablo 60T blade on. Cuts plywood and pine amazingly well. Was about to spend $599 from the big Dewalt despite being a tool I might make 40 cuts. Easy to square up, but might not even be necessary. Look forward to lumber prices falling back to a point we can do some projects that were on pause so I can use this and other tools again!
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Would you say the 8" DeWalt that frequently goes on sale would be a better purchase?
I have the same question, I purchased a 8" saw couple of months ago from HD, I have been eyeing this one for a a while. Can some pros chime in ?
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I'm amazed so many people like this saw...

Pros: it can do a Dado, it has a great motor, and it has cool features (like all the Skil items seem to be upgrading lately).

Cons: Tolerances are really poor, it has quite a bit of play to it. the surface is wonky and often warps.

I like the ideas Skil has been creating, but their execution, and precision are why this saw is $300.

if you need a table saw for 1, or 2 jobs, then it's great.
Well not everyone is making their living cutting wood. For a hobbyist, this is fantastic. Woodworking isn't my #1 hobby, but I need to make some of these cuts more accurately than I can eyeballing it or with a slightly crooked board clamped down. For more money, I could gain a slight amount of theoretical accuracy (which my imperfect measuring will probably render moot) OR use that money for additional tools OR my other hobbies. I love my Kreg ripcut, but it fails when your work piece is too narrow or small and I lack a work bench to clamp to (again, cause this isn't how I make a living nor my primary hobby).
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I bought this exact table saw from Zoro back when they had 35% off with Chase Offers. I did a lot of research and wanted a table saw to rip and use to build furniture. This table saw is NOT a SawStop or upper level Delta table saw for fine woodworking. On the other hand, I absolutely love this saw. I'm always hesitant when buying Chinese made products but this is a well built table saw and I have had no problems setting the fence or making straight cuts with it. I would highly, highly recommend this saw for the average every day user and personally I like it over the Dewalt 8-1/4" due to the fact that it comes with fold out legs, uses a 10" blade, and can accept a dado stack. I will say that the build quality on the Dewalt 8-1/4" seems to be an improvement on the Skil (having seen one in store at Home Depot) but for my money, the Skil was a better choice. I have not had a single problem with this saw bogging down or not providing enough power.

My biggest complaint for this saw is that it is LOUD but that is not a big deal to me. It also doesn't feel as solid as the Dewalt 8-1/4" saw. Nonetheless, it provides more than enough power, accepts a dado stack (you can find the dado throat plate on Amazon now), is well built, cuts straight, has a relatively (though not perfectly) straight table surface (on mine), and comes with an excellent warranty. This isn't the same Skil quality from a few years ago when Bosch ran it into the ground. Chervon is actually doing great things with the brand and this table saw is representative of that.
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