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Dewalt DWE7485 Jobsite Table Saw - PM with Lowes (others) for $314.10

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[Home Depot] Dewalt DWE7485 Jobsite Table Saw - PM with Lowes (others) for $314.10

Home depot seems to have jacked the price of this back up to $499 after being at $349 for months, but other retailers are still at $349.

Should be an easy price match/beat here.

Seems like Lowes is the only store to have it for $349 instock
https://www.lowes.ca/product/table-saws ... aw-1644368
Last edited by projectman44 on Jan 4th, 2022 9:52 am, edited 3 times in total.
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[OP]
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Jun 1, 2017
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Mississauga
Is it not by 10%

$499 - $349 = $150

.10 x $150 = $15

$349 - $15 = $334

Do they beat it by 10% or 10% of the difference?
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Dec 16, 2009
335 posts
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Hamilton
projectman44 wrote: Is it not by 10%

$499 - $349 = $150

.10 x $150 = $15

$349 - $15 = $334

Do they beat it by 10% or 10% of the difference?
10%

Edit: sorry to clarify, Lowe's Beats by 10%. I'm not sure about Home Depot. I think they might be 10% of the difference.
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Jun 1, 2017
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Mississauga
Price Match and Beat by 10% for Retail Stores:
If you find a current lower price on an identical, in-stock item from a local retailer’s store or website, we will match the price and beat it by 10%. Prices for online items will be matched to localized online prices if available.

$314.10 it is!!!
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Oct 31, 2010
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Edmonton
hank hill wrote: 10%

Edit: sorry to clarify, Lowe's Beats by 10%. I'm not sure about Home Depot. I think they might be 10% of the difference.
It is 10% of the lower price. Home Depot has the best price match guarantee by far. Pretty much every time I need to buy something from there I do a quick search to see if it's cheaper anywhere else.
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Dec 3, 2006
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Vancouver, BC
No time machine but bought this last year for cheaper with PM with Atlas Tools I think it was.

Might be good to hold out for another PM opportunity if you don't need it right away.
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Newbie
Nov 29, 2010
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Thanks OP! I've been debating for the past month whether or not to get one. Happy with this deal.
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Mar 15, 2016
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Oakville, ON
It’s an amazing saw. You won’t regret it. Took a while to build the duct collector contraption but the measurement system is out of the world
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sameerhira wrote: It’s an amazing saw. You won’t regret it. Took a while to build the duct collector contraption but the measurement system is out of the world
To connect to both ports?
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Apr 5, 2009
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I can confirm the price is $354.93 after Home Depot price beat 10% off.

Had no issues getting Home Depot to price beat. Perfect timing cuz I'm looking to do some home projects.
Member
Aug 17, 2007
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I have the 10" version that comes with the stand but this is very similar. The fence system on the Dewalt is the best I've used on a jobsite saw. If you want to just rip some cheap construction lumber here and there you can get the Ryobi that's in another thread for cheaper but if you want more precision this is the way to go. Mine was almost perfectly in calibration out of the box.
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Apr 3, 2004
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Toronto
I am considering this. Any reason 10" over 8.25" blade?

I do plan on ripping 2x4 for making some outdoor furniture this summer. I used to have a 10" ridgid iron cast table saw, it was too big, so I sold that.
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Aug 23, 2001
388 posts
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NS
A bigger saw blade will let you cut thicker material when the blade is raised up to it's maximum position. But your saw blade height should be set to suit the thickness of the material you're cutting (I suggest googling that), so it all depends on what you're cutting. Bigger blades are also more expensive.

Some people use 7 1/4 inch blades (typically reserved for circular saws) in their table saws.

Cheers
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Jul 16, 2015
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Kitchener, ON
I'm not a fan of the new 8.25" blades cause they are smaller and you can't use interchangably with your 10" mitre saw if you've got a combination blade. There's more height as others have mentioned. I've got the 10" and it's a really good saw. I see this as good for most diyers.
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Jul 19, 2021
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shocking that home depot bumped their prices to $500, this is not a $500 saw

i bought the 10" a couple of years ago for $300, it is a good saw, as i would imagine this 8.25" saw is
that width adjustment knob will spoil you, dewalt makes the best corded tools

good deal op, act now before inflation continues to erode your savings
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Aug 17, 2007
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nxkev wrote: I am considering this. Any reason 10" over 8.25" blade?

I do plan on ripping 2x4 for making some outdoor furniture this summer. I used to have a 10" ridgid iron cast table saw, it was too big, so I sold that.
An 8.25" blade will rip 2x4s easily but if you then want to build a sturdy crosscut sled that is ~3/4" thick the thickness you can cut drops. One other important consideration is you may have ~3.5" of height when the blade is vertical but if you then want to make a 45 degree bevel cut you'll have roughly half the height which will barely be enough for a 2x4. A smaller blade may actually give you cleaner cuts as there is less runout but that's what sanding's for and you can always put a smaller blade in a bigger saw but you obviously can't go the other way around.
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Mar 1, 2017
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Need a job site saw. Happy enough with the smaller blade. Debating between this and an m18.

Don’t think the price will get much better - but I don’t need to buy until April.
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Aug 17, 2007
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mikefly wrote: Need a job site saw. Happy enough with the smaller blade. Debating between this and an m18.

Don’t think the price will get much better - but I don’t need to buy until April.
Do not go cordless for a saw unless you have a really good reason. It's just so hard on batteries and they bog down so easily. I haven't used the Milwaukee but the reviews on the fence are iffy and that's the single most important thing for clean and accurate cuts.

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