Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 101
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Verified Reviewer A must for moving around a job site
Easy set up and heavy duty. Makes my 12" miter saw easy to transport.
July 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Bob Great addition to my tool inventory
Not difficult to assemble and an easy way to move my compound sliding miter saw around, especially with the three adjustment levels. The only negative I found with this stand was that the heavier long boards I had to cut were too heavy for the extension supports to support when fully extended. If you are doing just finish work, they would be fine.
July 5, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by rjj002 Disappointed in Home Depot
Missing parts, not able to set up the stand to actually use it as it is intended. Now have to return to be refunded.
July 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BC2 Great product
Assembly took me about 45 min. Stand is well made and stable when raised. Gas shocks make opening stand a breeze.
June 28, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Mike $200 Dissapointment
Excited about my purchase of the DEWALT ROLLING MITER SAW/PLANER STAND, MODEL DWX726, I was eager to assemble it and mount my DeWalt DWS780 12 inch Sliding Miter Saw (purchased with the DWX723) to it. The DWX726 would allow me the benefit of not requiring assistance to move my saw, as it does now being mounted to the DWX723; it would also allow me to free up much needed space in my modest sized shop when not in use. Assembly of the DWX726 was a breeze... up to a point. I was pleased with the construction of the stand. When the instructions said to raise and lower the stand, it operated smoothly, and again I was pleased. Here is where I reached that point... I discovered that the Vertical Locking Knobs, those long screws which are to be screwed into the Extension Work Supports, are too large for the threads they were to be screwed into. Not being able to use the work supports renders the DW7X26 useless to me. I did not bother to mount my saw to it. $200 is a significant amount to pay for anything that I can not use. I may have given the DWX276 a "3" in another review last night, but after sleeping on it, I give it a "2". With regard to recommending the DWX276, I am not qualified to do so or not do so, as I have not had the experience of actually using it.
December 1, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by JB Meh...
I wish I'd gone with a different compound sliding miter saw stand. I have a hitachi saw, and it was a pain to attach the saw to the stand. Now that it's finally on the stand, the saw isn't going anywhere, but I'm just not crazy about how the stand works. The wheels are misaligned. Even with the strut, it still takes a lot of effort to put the stand up and down. The handle was loose from the beginning. Overall...not impressed. If I didn't live three hours away from the nearest Home Depot, and I hadn't spent the time to get the saw on the stand correctly, I'd return it in a heartbeat.
March 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JackAttack Sturdy and Convenient
I bought this as I was tired of affixing the 10" dewalt chop saw to my ghetto saw horse bench. This thing really surprised me! It took a while to assemble and attach the the saw onto, but man, this thing rocks. The stand itself is stable as well as the arm supports which extend out to about 30 inches each way. More than enough stability to cut through a 2x6x10. Plus when you're done. It folds up into a really small foot print. Easily worth the extra $100 compared to the non portables.
July 5, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Henryher Great stand!
This stand is very sturdy. It is easy to setup and fold. I have a Dewalt 12 inch bibevel mounted on it. With the saw mounted the whole thing weighs a lot but the wheels and the pneumatic cylinder make the stand easy to fold and move around. The one thing I don't like about this stand are the way the supporting rollers are adjusted. The movement up and down of the rollers is a really bad design. The support extensions when extended fully drop several inches by its own weight which means that you have to readjust the height of the rollers after you put the wood on it. Having said that I have to admit that the unit is so nice that those points are just inconvenient and do not render the stand unusable. For the price this stand just can't be beat.
March 8, 2016