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DeWALT 10" 15A Corded Job Site Table Saw w/ Rolling Stand EXPIRED

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Amazon has DeWALT 10" 15A Corded Job Site Table Saw w/ Rolling Stand (DWE7491RS) on sale for $532.99. Shipping is free.

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About the Product
  • Rolling stand design for easy setup/breakdown
  • Rack/pinion telescoping fence system for fast adjustments/smooth/accurate
  • 15A high torque motor w/ power to cut pressure treated lumber/hardwoods
  • Corded Electric
  • Measurement: 32"x24.5"x31"
Warranty
  • Includes a DeWALT's guaranteed tough warranty: 3-year limited warranty + 1-year free service contract w/ 90-day money back guarantee w/ purchase

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  • Price Research: Purchase this product today and save $66.01 Off (11.02% Savings) from the next best available price starting at $599. While this particular product has been slightly cheaper in the past, we have not seen this go on sale in the last 1 1/2 years; so it is worth considering
  • This table saw features a 32-1/2" rip capacity to cut a variety of larger shelving and helps trim materials
  • Recommended for cabinet installers, hardwood floor installers, trim carpenters, deck builders, remodels and serious woodworkers
  • Extended holiday window valid through January 31, 2022
  • Offer valid while promotion/supplies last
Additional Note
  • This product has earned a 4.8/5 star rating w/ over 3100+ customer reviews on Amazon
  • Please refer to the forum thread for additional details - Discombobulated
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Your purchase includes one Dewalt table saw, 10inch 24-tooth carbide blade, rolling stand, push stick, miter gauge, rip fence, 2x blade wrenches, blade guard assembly manual
Other Specs: Max rip to left of blade – 22inch | Max rip to right of blade – 32-1/2inch | Max width of Dado – 13/16inch | Arbor size – 5/8inch | Amps – 15 | Depth of cut at 45inch – 2-1/4inch | Depth of cut at 90° – 3-1/8inch | No Load Speed: 4800 RPM
Rolling stand designed for easy set up and breakdown with excellent stability
Rack & Pinion Telescoping Fence System Make fence adjustments fast, smooth and accurate
Features a 15.0A high torque motor with the power to cut pressure treated lumber and hardwoods

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Do you really have to comment on every table saw deal?
Not the best deal ever but pretty good as these don't seem to drop in price very often. About $60-$70 off normal pricing.
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Nobody is screwing around with a track saw on a commercial job site that does dozens of rips each day on lengths commonly up to 16'. Track saws are sort of good, but limited for those that do not have a table or radial saw AND for breaking down sheet goods like plywood that are too much for one person to handle on a non-sliding table saw without an out feed setup.

I get it, you only have usage of one arm, but there is a reason for the common saying of 'being slower than a one armed paper hanger.' Smilie

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Not the best deal ever but pretty good as these don't seem to drop in price very often. About $60-$70 off normal pricing.
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Far from the best deal ever but cheapest it's been in probably a year and a half
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Far from the best deal ever but cheapest it's been in probably a year and a half
Yep. Used to regularly be 499 at Lowes, and then, of course, add a 10 percent off coupon.

I'm going to wait, myself. Thanks for the post.
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Yep. Used to regularly be 499 at Lowes, and then, of course, add a 10 percent off coupon.

I'm going to wait, myself. Thanks for the post.
Do you usually buy the coupon or is it available free somewhere
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Do you usually buy the coupon or is it available free somewhere
Buy it.
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Any chance Lowes or HD would match CPO's Amazon price? I've been waiting over a year for a discount on the DWE7491RS and I might just have to get this.
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If anyone is waiting on a 10" saw, get in on them now before they're gone. They'll be switching over to the 8.25" as their main production saw sooner than later.
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The 10" Bosch is $599 at Lowe's (probably less come holiday's. )

I was one of the lucky one's to get a Reaxx ... but I sold it (for a lot more than I paid due to the SawStop thing). Bosch made, and still makes, a better contractor saw imo.

But a table saw is simply outdated as a tool now. So many other tools do what a table saw does, and are lighter and easier to manage. To me, table saws are overused because "It's the way its always been, and I ain't changin' fur no one!!!" mindset.

Since the arrival of larger track saws, more powerful routers, and a host of other tools have come along (my favorite being a portable panel saw if you have the $$$) table saws are just obsolete. I mean, their only advantage used to be ripping, and repetitive sized long cuts.

The industry is changing. Technology is making things better all the time.

I mean, you could watch a new movie on VHS... or you could step into blu-ray?? Will you continue to have your table saw be flashing "12:00 .... 12:00 .... 12:00
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Do you really have to comment on every table saw deal?
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This looks to be almost exactly like the Hitachi version that I have. Same style, design. Everything is in the same location too.
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The 10" Bosch is $599 at Lowe's (probably less come holiday's. )

I was one of the lucky one's to get a Reaxx ... but I sold it (for a lot more than I paid due to the SawStop thing). Bosch made, and still makes, a better contractor saw imo.

But a table saw is simply outdated as a tool now. So many other tools do what a table saw does, and are lighter and easier to manage. To me, table saws are overused because "It's the way its always been, and I ain't changin' fur no one!!!" mindset.

Since the arrival of larger track saws, more powerful routers, and a host of other tools have come along (my favorite being a portable panel saw if you have the $$$) table saws are just obsolete. I mean, their only advantage used to be ripping, and repetitive sized long cuts.

The industry is changing. Technology is making things better all the time.

I mean, you could watch a new movie on VHS... or you could step into blu-ray?? Will you continue to have your table saw be flashing "12:00 .... 12:00 .... 12:00
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I got a used reaxx for a good price. I need to get it checked as it feels underpowered ( I know a few of the initial ones had this issue and can be fixed with a firmware upgrade).
On your other point, while I do agree in theory that there are other tools that can do the table saw's job but it is difficult to beat the repeatability, multi functionality and convenience of a table saw.
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Do you usually buy the coupon or is it available free somewhere
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For a lot of us, Lowes has a 10% Military discount online or in store that in many places, just about covers the sales tax. And since you cannot stack, it would have to be the purchase of a 20% coupon to come out ahead.

About $50 of this price is from the 600% increase in shipping costs from China in the past year or so. It is a toss up to wait for shipping costs to come back down to normal while at the same time we are experiencing massive inflation due to the ongoing debasement of the USD by government. If you don't have to have it today, there might be a better deal between now and the new year, but expect shipping costs have already been suffered.

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