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Great price on a highly rated table saw with 4.4/5 stars based on 588 Home Depot reviews.

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Black Friday price now live online and in stores - just picked it up at my local store. Signage still shows $399 but rang up at $299

http://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGID.../100090444
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At $300 this is an amazing deal. Half the price of the Bosch and a lifetime warranty
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I was pretty pumped for this tablesaw a couple months ago but after research have moved to waiting for one of the dewalt table saws. Still a great tablesaw tho.
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home depot card holders may have a $30 off 300 coupon as well
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Very good table saw for a contractor or homeowner. Light and powerful. I used one for over 5 years.
For woodworker - not so much, but 's still much better than many portable ones. Woodworking wise cons: can't make zero clearance insert, original is stamped metal and there is no room to hold the custom one. The fence requires attention when locking to stay parallel with the blade, you have to remember to press the front down against the rail while locking to keep it accurately parallel, but no portable saw would have it any better.

I still was able to do some decent woodworking with it, before upgrading to the full size cabinet saw recently.
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Very good table saw for a contractor or homeowner. Light and powerful. I used one for over 5 years.
For woodworker - not so much, but 's still much better than many portable ones. Woodworking wise cons: can't make zero clearance insert, original is stamped metal and there is no room to hold the custom one. The fence requires attention when locking to stay parallel with the blade, you have to remember to press the front down against the rail while locking to keep it accurately parallel, but no portable saw would have it any better.

I still was able to do some decent woodworking with it, before upgrading to the full size cabinet saw recently.
What do you recommend for woodworking? I've got the Delta 36-725 saved but at $599 I can't stomach it until there's a discount to be had.
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What do you recommend for woodworking? I've got the Delta 36-725 saved but at $599 I can't stomach it until there's a discount to be had.
Does your local Lowes have the 36-725 in stock? I've read that if you ask for a discount on Black Friday in store they'll knock the price down. Obviously YMMV but it's worth a try. Lot's of post of people having success with this though over on reddit woodworking.
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home depot card holders may have a $30 off 300 coupon as well
I have a HD card and haven't gotten any 30 off coupon. Did you get it in the mail or was it with your statement?
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I have a HD card and haven't gotten any 30 off coupon. Did you get it in the mail or was it with your statement?
I got an e-mail and a snail mail one.
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What do you recommend for woodworking? I've got the Delta 36-725 saved but at $599 I can't stomach it until there's a discount to be had.
are we talking stationary in dedicated shop space, of the weekend warrior that needs to fit everything in the garage and leave some space for the wife's car?
For the shop - the hobbyist's best bang would be looking at craigslist/local auctions etc for the cabinet or hybrid saw. I scored my craftsman "zipcode" saw in very good shape for under 300$.
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Are there any other known/advertised black Friday deals for portable table saws coming up? With tax this Rigid saw is still on the pricey side for me. I keep kicking myself for missing out on a couple of the ~$150 Dewalt deals in years past (black Friday or otherwise).

edit: I still may pull the trigger on this. That warranty [homedepot.com] is enticing.
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IMHO + having a little woodworking side business, my favorite portable/compact table saws still are the dewalts ($299 amazon, link below), mostly due to the rack and pinion fence that is super easy adjust and lock into place...neither of the two units I've owned have gone out of parallel with the blade. Go to lowes or HD and practice setting the dewalt fence a few times then go test the other options.

Note that I did have the blade raiser worm gear on one of my dewalts fail after heavy use but fortunately the fix was under the 1yr parts/labor warranty (seems that a freak piece of metal found its way into the worm gear's shaft and it striped out...just make sure to raise and lower your blade slowly)

Obviously if you've got the space go with the strategy mentioned earlier and buy a used floor standing beast, or a new one if your budget is cavernous. I miss the stability, power, and rip capabilities, as well as safety of a sawstop I had at a previous job (but happy I didn't have to pay for the new blades and cartridges when the sawstop got triggered). I haven't personally used the saw in this deal. Its rip capacity is greater than a dewalt (25 vs 20'') and its portable cart looks to be very helpful if you have to move your saw often, however the fence doesn't seem all that great.

https://www.amazon.com/DEWALT-DW7...2Bsaw&th=1
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a lifetime warranty
Just a reminder, it's a lifetime service plan and you have to register for it within 90 days after the purchase to get it. You may also need to mail in UPCs, different people seem to have different experiences with that.

If you don't register or register on time, the warranty still applies, which is typically two to three years. They also seem to be very rigidSmilie about not making exceptions - so make sure to register early for the LSA to avoid any issues and get the confirmation before the 90 days is up.
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What do you recommend for woodworking? I've got the Delta 36-725 saved but at $599 I can't stomach it until there's a discount to be had.
If you need a portable, the Craftsman 21829 is hard to beat, if you can find one. It's a portable version of the Ryobi BT3000/BT3100 saws, likely the best of the lower end saws yet. Has features you won't even find in $3K industrial saws like a sliding table. VERY accurate, takes a little time to set up, but accurate and stays that way.
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