I bought a DW682K a while back at Lowes and have just not had the chance nor
need to use it. In fact, I don't believe I've ever plugged it in. I'd got
some other stuff I'd like to buy so I wanted to sell this machine. Comes
with the plastic case and instruction manual also.
I'd like to get $115 out of it and we can split shipping.
Let me know,
Lowes will take it back and give you credit. Unless you want the money for
something else, I can understand that.
I'd be happy to buy it, but my tool money just went to the good folks over
at Lee Valley. Sorry :(
It can't hurt to ask. And here's a little tale that'll probably convince
2 years ago when I first got started in woodworking I bought a table saw,
CMS and the PC 690 plunge/fixed base kit. After 1 1/2 years I went to use
the plunge base for the first time and noticed that it had never come with
the height indicator that goes on the rod "thingee" (ugh, sorry about that).
Anyway, I went to woodcraft to see if they sold them. Nope. I went to
Lowes (where I bought it) to see if they sold them. Nope, but the guy in
the tool area said to just bring it back and they'll give me a new one.
What? But it's 1 1/2 years old and I've used it a lot. "That's ok, that's
the policy". Whoa. So I bring my router back in and they don't make my
model anymore they make a new one that's variable speed with the quick
release base, etc. They ran the two things in the register and I walked out
with an upgraded brand new router in exchange for what was probably a $0.50
piece of metal. Weird but true.
So, yeah, I have no doubt they'll take it back -- but they won't give you
cash, you'll get a gift card instead. If that's ok, then you're probably
The funny part is how angry I'll be when I go to finally buy one and
remember that I could have had one for $115 ;)
I'd be glad to take it off your hands for $115. I wonder what it would cost
to ship it to Saskatchewan in Canada? I could have payment to you real quick
via Paypal. Let me know if you are still interested in selling it.
Regards. -Guy LaRochelle
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