So I'm looking for a new compound mitre saw and I find this place Bigger Boyz Toys.com and they have the DeWalt 10" compound saw for $429. That's $70 less than Bunnings. I reckon if you're into doing the "lowest price guarantee" thingy you should really give this a hard look. I know I am! Beware though the fine print states that the price has to include taxes and charges. It still comes out $40 cheaper, then you get the 10% off - hopefully...
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I just checked both sites, & they are the same model:
Be aware though, for those who will need the item freighted to them, that neither store offer an on site freight calculator, & I think it may dampened the bargain once freight costs are factored in.
@Bunnings, I negotiated a special order of a 7' Heavy Duty Aluminium Bailey ladder, to be told that it would cost $40 to deliver it to my home. When I got the call that it had arrived, I walked there, paid the balance, put it on my shoulder, & walked home with it on my shoulder, a total distance there & back of 5.3Km. ; )
From my experience with TNT, I'd be happy to forgo Bunnings' 10% discount offer, just to support TNT, they are that good.
If Bunnings still want to offer the 10% discount, & you need it delivered, hold out until they cave in & send it to you via TNT. ; )
There you go, competition is a good thing, when everybody wins.
@Henno It is a great saw and I picked one up not that long ago when the price tag was only $399 at Bunnings. Not sure why they went up so much so quickly.
The only thing I was disappointed in was the fact that it did not come with a material clamp which I thought was strange for such an expensive saw. When I looked into purchasing one I was even more disappointed to find out that it was going to cost over $100 so I have not bothered as yet.
It's unbelieveable that DeWalt would sell a mitre saw without a material clamp, when its purpose is to make it safer & to aid in making precise cuts.
Well done with the Bosch Mitre Saw, it will be a real workhorse, & comes with a 3 year warrantee. What makes that special, is that the rest of the Bosch range on the same Sydney Tools listing, only have 1 year warrantees.
I assume that you were drawn to this listing with the FREE saw stand:
Here's the same one without the FREE saw stand.
Kinda deceptive advertising, but it's common practice, though it's not a problem, the saw is a lot more user friendly with a saw stand, & the one supplied is every bit as solid as the bells & whistles ones costing over $400 more. So well done.