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Ryobi 8 1/4 table saw $68 YMMV

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[Home Depot] Ryobi 8 1/4 table saw $68 YMMV

Saw this in the clearance section of HD in Ancaster. Open box. Saw 2 there.
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SirVicksalot wrote: Saw this in the clearance section of HD in Ancaster. There's 2. Probably the cheapest table saw you can get at HD
That one is an open box return. Was there last night.
Was there a sealed one?
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CaptainCrash wrote: That one is an open box return. Was there last night.
Was there a sealed one?
It was definitely open and there was a second but didn't notice if it was open or not.
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SirVicksalot wrote: Open was definitely open and there was a second but didn't notice if it was open or not.
Good find but extreme YMMV, but no chance other store will give the the open box price for new one.
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Still a good price for those near Ancaster.
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Upvoted just so OP knows his post was appreciated! Too many downvotes becomes discouraging...
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Wheatboy wrote: Upvoted just so OP knows his post was appreciated! Too many downvotes becomes discouraging...
judging by their avatar, they will be ok

do people really consider a computer thumbs down from complete strangers to actually mean anything in their real life?

we need to get a grip
no wonder we are locked into a near perpetual/perfect state of fear and fragility
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timestop wrote: judging by their avatar, they will be ok

do people really consider a computer thumbs down from complete strangers to actually mean anything in their real life?

we need to get a grip
no wonder we are locked into a near perpetual/perfect state of fear and fragility
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timestop wrote: judging by their avatar, they will be ok

do people really consider a computer thumbs down from complete strangers to actually mean anything in their real life?

we need to get a grip
no wonder we are locked into a near perpetual/perfect state of fear and fragility
Yes, because it is sooo much harder to be nice or considerate than not, for effort and time someone puts into helping others find good deals. :facepalm:

Not sure about you but no one around me is in a "perpetual/perfect state of fear and fragility" LOL
But I do agree, we do need a new PM, a government with independent (not partisan) representation, and things do need to return to normal already; let the people make their own choice about risks of living/dying... the idiots will weed themselves out naturally.
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Wheatboy wrote: Yes, because it is sooo much harder to be nice or considerate than not, for effort and time someone puts into helping others find good deals. :facepalm:

Not sure about you but no one around me is in a "perpetual/perfect state of fear and fragility" LOL
This part I agree with.

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