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[Canadian Tire] Dewalt 10" table saw blades 3 pk.

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[Canadian Tire] Dewalt 10" table saw blades 3 pk.

Two 60 tooth and one 32 tooth. Even better if you redeemed some RBC points, buy a gift card from Canadian Tire at the discounted rate. Unfortunately, I didn't.
Seems like good price for reasonable quality blades. Out of stock near me, but some stores have stock.
Last edited by sam123 on Jul 3rd, 2020 6:42 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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stephroll wrote: How about price in title Winking Face
Shows $69.98 when I look at it. But I did realise that when I figured out the % reduction, I posted the % price wrt original price. Long time since I worked out %s in my head.
Regardless, I appreciate the wink ;o) lol
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Jun 29, 2020
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Sorry how is this 59% off? When I clicked it it says just 69.98 regular price.
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Apr 21, 2020
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the 3 pack was recently $49.99 at lowes.
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Elleniscool wrote: Sorry how is this 59% off? When I clicked it it says just 69.98 regular price.
Flyer says $195, down to $69.98


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The two-pack (one 32-tooth and one 60-tooth) was recently $29.99 @ Lowes and Rona.

the 3 pack was recently $49.99 at lowes

Was is the key word in both of your posts. If you feel it's not the right price for you, no problem. However, if you're able to time travel, please allow me to accompany you so I can get one of these. I missed out at the time and would really love to take advantage of your abilities.

The 1955 Thunderbird had base price of $2,944, or virtually the same price as that year's Corvette. The T-Bird cost more than Ford's $2,224 Fairlane Sunliner convertible.

Thanks in advance.
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Bit pricey for the Construction grade blades. You will be better served by buying a single 40T or 50T combination blade, like the 50T Freud at HD for $45 (regular price) or the 40T Marples at Lowes for $58 ($68-$10 coupon, also reg price). Far better blades and more useful.
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karlb wrote: Bit pricey for the Construction grade blades. You will be better served by buying a single 40T or 50T combination blade, like the 50T Freud at HD for $45 (regular price) or the 40T Marples at Lowes for $58 ($68-$10 coupon, also reg price). Far better blades and more useful.
Thank you karib, for some sound advice. I'm not well versed in this area and will check the blades you mentioned a well as keep a lookout for them on sale.
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sam123 wrote: Thank you karib, for some sound advice. I'm not well versed in this area and will check the blades you mentioned a well as keep a lookout for them on sale.
Freud one at HD never seems to go on sale. Marples 40T is $30 at kmstools if you’re out west, and has hit that price at Amazon in the past (briefly).
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sam123 wrote:
Was is the key word in both of your posts. If you feel it's not the right price for you, no problem. However, if you're able to time travel, please allow me to accompany you so I can get one of these. I missed out at the time and would really love to take advantage of your abilities.

Thanks in advance.
You posted a mediocre deal because you were tricked by Canadian Tire's marketing department. Yes, it may be the best price right now, but so is the full-priced Mastercraft tool set that was 70% off last week. Using time machine comments to defend it isn't going to work. It is not a hot deal.

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