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DEWALT 12" 15-Amp Single Bevel Compound Miter Saw EXPIRED

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Various Merchants has DEWALT 12" 15-Amp Single Bevel Compound Miter Saw (DWS715) on sale for $199. Shipping is free.

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Example Merchants:Features:
  • Stainless-steel miter detent plate of 12" miter saw blade comes with 14 positive stops
  • The mitre saw features the precise miter system and machined base fence support
  • Tall sliding fence of DEWALT miter saw supports 5-1/2" base vertically
  • Bevels 0 degree - 48degree to the left and 0 degree- 3degree to the right. Tool height-15 inch
  • 2" x 8" dimensional lumber cross cut capacity at 90 degree and 2-inch x 6" dimensional lumber at 45 degree

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  • About this Offer: After the merchants who have matched this sale price, this offer is $71 less (26.29% Savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $269.99.
  • Reviews: This DeWalt Saw receives 4.8 Stars out of 5 Stars based on over 5,100 Customer Reviews.
  • Tool Warranty: 3-Year limited warranty, 1 year free service
  • Return Policy:
    • Home Depot Return Policy: Eligible for returns within 90-Days.
    • Amazon Return Policy: For the 2022 holiday season, returnable items purchased by December 25, 2022 can be returned until January 31, 2023.
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Limited-time deal: DEWALT 12-Inch Miter Saw, 15-Amp, Single Bevel, Compound (DWS715)

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It's been the same price at Lowe's every time I've gone in there for the past six+ months.

If you don't need a dual bevel or sliding miter saw, it's a great saw for the money. The Dewalt carbide blade it comes with is great for rough cuts. Pair that with a Diablo ~80 tooth carbide blade for when you need clean cuts and you'll have a very versatile and capable machine.
Sliding function: since this wasn't answered yet- the sliding function gives greater max. board capacity (only worth it if you need it). This saw can cup up to 2x8" @ 90 deg and 2x6" at 45deg. The 12in sliding can cut up to 2x16" @ 90 and 2x12" @45.
For miter saws the best advice is only buy what you need. Most homeowners can get by with a 10" non-sliding Metabo/Ryobi, etc. that go on sale for $89 or $99. 12" saws are bigger and heavier, in addition to the previously mentioned blade expense. Within a given price range sliding tends to make the saw less precise. Just use a circular saw when you have to cut larger boards. Save the money to invest a decent miter saw stand or other tools.
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It's been the same price at Lowe's every time I've gone in there for the past six+ months.

If you don't need a dual bevel or sliding miter saw, it's a great saw for the money. The Dewalt carbide blade it comes with is great for rough cuts. Pair that with a Diablo ~80 tooth carbide blade for when you need clean cuts and you'll have a very versatile and capable machine.
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It's been the same price at Lowe's every time I've gone in there for the past six+ months.

If you don't need a dual bevel or sliding miter saw, it's a great saw for the money. The Dewalt carbide blade it comes with is great for rough cuts. Pair that with a Diablo ~80 tooth carbide blade for when you need clean cuts and you'll have a very versatile and capable machine.
It has been that price back and forth from Lowe's and at one point came with a free stand
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Military discount takes off an additional 10% making it 179.10+ tax
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New home owner here: what's the advantage of the sliding function?

I'm going to add baseboard trimming and make a garage tool bench, do I need sliding function?

It's really hard to find the $399 double bevel sliding saw with stand nearby. I'm thinking if I can just get this non sliding saw instead.
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New home owner here: what's the advantage of the sliding function?

I'm going to add baseboard trimming and make a garage tool bench, do I need sliding function?

It's really hard to find the $399 double bevel sliding saw with stand nearby. I'm thinking if I can just get this non sliding saw instead.
Wider cuts. I'd say you probably don't need it? I'll let others weigh in. I think the stand (I got it free) was super helpful though.
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I inherited an uncles house after he passed this summer, but it needs a total renovation - built in the 70's, purchased by him in the 90's and never renovated. He also was a single guy who was a bit of a hoarder and never bothered to clean...anything...

So i'm going through room by room, been using this saw for 3-4 days now and I love it. Granted I was using a 30 year old makita with a fat dull blade, so this thing feels like a sports car

Has been great for quick cuts and doing baseboard
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New home owner here: what's the advantage of the sliding function?

I'm going to add baseboard trimming and make a garage tool bench, do I need sliding function?

It's really hard to find the $399 double bevel sliding saw with stand nearby. I'm thinking if I can just get this non sliding saw instead.
For this use case, even this saw is an overkill, let alone one with a sliding function. Sliding helps cut wider boards but for regular baseboard trims even a tiny cordless ryobi 7 1/4 inch saw would work.
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New home owner here: what's the advantage of the sliding function?

I'm going to add baseboard trimming and make a garage tool bench, do I need sliding function?

It's really hard to find the $399 double bevel sliding saw with stand nearby. I'm thinking if I can just get this non sliding saw instead.
This will work fine. For baseboards they will have to go both ways on the saw if you don't have double bevel. It can get a little weird having boards hanging off both sides of the saw by 11+ feet. But definitely doable. Finished my entire basement including baseboards with this saw.
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New home owner here: what's the advantage of the sliding function?

I'm going to add baseboard trimming and make a garage tool bench, do I need sliding function?

It's really hard to find the $399 double bevel sliding saw with stand nearby. I'm thinking if I can just get this non sliding saw instead.
I don't own a miter saw but someone else on another thread said you'll go broke buying 12 inch blades fwiw
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New home owner here: what's the advantage of the sliding function?

I'm going to add baseboard trimming and make a garage tool bench, do I need sliding function?

It's really hard to find the $399 double bevel sliding saw with stand nearby. I'm thinking if I can just get this non sliding saw instead.
Sliding function: since this wasn't answered yet- the sliding function gives greater max. board capacity (only worth it if you need it). This saw can cup up to 2x8" @ 90 deg and 2x6" at 45deg. The 12in sliding can cut up to 2x16" @ 90 and 2x12" @45.
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Military discount takes off an additional 10% making it 179.10+ tax
Is that on Lowe's or HD?
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I don't own a miter saw but someone else on another thread said you'll go broke buying 12 inch blades fwiw
Buy couple and just sharpen them. Acme charges $20 for the service.
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