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Title DEWALT FLEXVOLT 60V MAX Table Saw, 8-1/4-Inch (DCS7485T1)DEWALT DWE7491X 10 In. Table Saw with Scissor Stand

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Suggested Price $534.47$619.00
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Release Sep 2016


Top Features
  • Flexible - power of corded. Freedom of cordless. The world's first battery that automatically changes voltage when you change tools
  • 24" of Rip capacity for ripping 4x8 plywood or osb sheets
  • Rack and pinion telescoping fence rails make fence adjustments smooth and accurate
  • Metal roll cage base offer greater durability than plastic Bases
  • Power-loss reset prevents accidental re-starts following a power disruption when the switch is left in the "on" position
  • *Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 volts. Nominal voltage is 18
  • Rack & pinion telescoping fence system make fence adjustments fast, smooth and accurate
  • 32-1/2 In. Rip capacity easily cuts a variety of larger shelving and trim materials
  • Two position flip-over rip fence allows for narrow rip cuts and material support
  • Site-pro modular Guarding system allows for tool-free adjustments of Guarding components appropriate for each application
  • 2-1/2 in. Dust collection port easily connects to a vacuum for efficient dust extraction


Walmart Rating4.6 (out of 5 reviews)
Latest Reviews No reviews yet.

The best choice if shop space gets downsized.
Rating: 5
I bought this saw when I moved to my retirement home in Florida. When going from a full house length basement workshop to shared space in a two car garage I had to choose carefully equipping my new woodworking shop. I did my homework carefully and examined a bunch of name brand jobsite table saws. The DE WALT was an easy choice primarily because of included features, quality and price. I was used to a full sized 10” table saw with a much bigger motor and of course had my concerns about bogging this machine down with the feed rates I was used to. Yes, I could not push quite as hard on this saw making cuts in 2” material but surprisingly for me, with a sharp blade ¾” red oak which I use often cuts burn free at a reasonably rapid rate. Cuts are accurate and stay that way through even a medium sized furniture project. Of course longer cuts in sheet goods are made with a track saw and not all the material goes through the table saw. I really enjoy using this saw. The only alteration I did was to add an extended height baffle that attaches with magnets next to blade under the table. It helps capture a lot more of the dust. I pop it off when changing blades. If you are in the market for a compact table saw don't hesitate to consider this one. It is really a sound investment. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
by Dataman on 2020-06-02T17:00:00

Stable table
Rating: 5
I bought this saw before Christmas 2019. Nothing but good things to say about it. It's easy to use and very mobile. My old table saw, if I pushed a little hard, it would tip back. The legs on the Dewalt table saw keep it from doing that. I have been slowly replacing all of my tools with DeWalt for a few years because they are quality. Also, most importantly to me, DeWalt is making an effort to move a majority of their production to America. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
by JHenkel on 2020-05-29T17:00:00

Good quality and excellent mobility
Rating: 5
After 40 years I needed to upgrade my table saw and because of my small shop a mobile saw was needed and high quality saw was desired. After product review research and comments from friends I chose the DeWalt 7491 and I'm glad I did. From blade alignment, ease of mobility, and the cam operated fence, the quality is excellent. The saw has good power and dust control as well as great safety features. I certainly recommend this saw for either work site or small shop use. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
by JRsager on 2020-06-03T17:00:00

Great little saw
Rating: 4
I bought this saw as a beginning woodworker. It has performed very well, has plenty of power, and cleans up easily. My only problem is that the arbor nut keeps working loose. When that happens, the blade brake doesn't work, which is a concern. So far I haven't found any way to fix that or any way to contact anyone at DeWalt that can give advice on how to correct the problem.
by Woody Grandpa on 2020-04-23T17:00:00

Powerful saw
Rating: 4
We have two of these saws that we take on our small job sites and we are pretty happy with them. Powerful 15 amp motor and I appreciate it being light enough to move around. The only thing I would like is a slightly better quality stand. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
by JM18 on 2019-11-04T16:00:00

All Features

Table Tilt Right Max (degrees)45
Rip Capacity - Right24
Table Tilt Left Max (degrees)45
Included AccessoriesStand
Work Table Surfacein. x in.
Blade LocationCentered
Product Width (in.)14.188
Depth ControlAdjustable
Certifications and ListingsUL Listed
Bench & Stationary Tool TypeTable Saw
Maximum Cut Depth @ 90 Deg.2.5
PT Horsepower (Hp)1-1/4
Cuts ThroughMetal,Wood
Power Tool FeaturesBlade Guard System
Product Depth (in.)26.75
Construction MaterialMetal
Maximum Cut Depth @ 45 Deg.1.75
Cordless/ CordedCordless
Blade Diameter8-1/4
Color FamilyYellow
Manufacturer Warranty3 Year Limited Warranty1 Year Free Service Contract90 Day Money Back Guarantee
Rip Capacity - Left12
Product-Weight (lb.)56.7lb
Blade Speed5800.000
Blade Diameter (in.)8-1/4
Product Height (in.)27.25
Tools Product TypePower Tool
releaseSep 2016

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