Ryobi 10 in. Portable Table Saw with Stand


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The Ryobi 10 inch Portable Table Saw with QuickSTAND is the top unit of its kind. This tool is perfect for the cost-conscious pro and comes fully loaded with the latest and greatest table saw applications and guarding standards. Whether you are framing a door or building a deck, the Ryobi 10 inch Portable Table Saw is the light-weight, easy to use unit that every homeowner should have in their garage.


Product Title: Ryobi 10 in. Portable Table Saw with Stand

Manufacturer: Ryobi

Lowest Price: $319.99 from Amazon.com Marketplace

Power Score: 4.0 | 54 Reviews

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Homeowner- maybe, Contractor - not recommended

I have bought two of these recently because they are cheap. Along with three other Ryobi saws (different models) which are taking up space in my job trailer and shop. They are not built very well, plastic parts snap easily. Of the two that I have of this model, one the height adjustment handle broke within a couple weeks and the entire knob within a month. The other one the height adjustment is...
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By Jonn on Home Depot - Jun 3, 2013

great buy

very powerful and easy to use, have used it several times and it works outstanding.

By Pbarrt on Home Depot - May 15, 2013

Last tool I buy at Home Depot

Okay, it's a cheap, light saw. But you'd think it could rip an 8 foot 2x4 without seizing up. Nope. It stopped, and won't restart. The manual says (as I expected) that I should reset the circuit breaker. Doesn't say where the breaker is. Nor is there anyplace online I can find it. So I guess I now have to tear down this saw to try to get it working again.

By Dann on Home Depot - May 7, 2013

regret purchase

fair to average features; riving knife lever broke first time I tried to remove it; HD sells dado blades, but not dado throat plate for this. They do sell an accessory kit that includes dado throat plate, but it costs $99! has definite cheap feel Torque from the motor makes the saw jump every time you turn it on.

By Jason on Home Depot - Apr 10, 2013

I thought this would be fine for homeowner/DIYer

I am not a contractor be any means. I have often thought after the start of a project, how much easier this would be if I just had "another tool" instead. Well a table saw has come up in the middle of many of my DIY projects. So Ithought I would go ahead and break down and make the purchase. Figuring that I may use it 3-4 per year, I knew that i didnt need the top of the line model so I purchased...
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By Rusty on Home Depot - Mar 19, 2013

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