How much are you willing to spend on a table saw?

If you’re happy to look at the price points above $500, then it can safely be assumed that you’re either a professional, or you’re looking for a serious investment that will last for years in your home workshop.

Although there are high quality table saws that can be found for half the price of those in this section, there are still a few strong arguments that can be made for a costlier saw.

A strong brand name, excellent performance, and high quality materials can all impact the price of a unit.

With the reviews here you will learn about saws from some of the biggest names in the industry.

Brands like Makita and Bosch are well known for quality and performance, but you’ll still need to know how any particular model will perform. Some of the premium features you will discover at this end of the range include the gravity rise stand that can be found on the Bosch 4100-09 table saw. The stand makes for simple portability, even though this is one of the heaviest portable table saws that you can buy.

Another good option could be the Makita 2705 table saw.

It’s lighter than a saw like the Bosch, but it doesn’t include a stand (unless you go with the 2805X1 variant).

The lack of a stand keeps weight down, but will it affect usability and convenience? This type of question, and much more, can be answered by following our detailed reviews.

Rip fence quality, accessories, construction quality, documentation, and manufacturer specifications are just some of the important sections covered for each model that we evaluate.

Before you make an investment in your next table saw, make sure that you start with our comprehensive reviews to find the best one for your demanding workload.



Bosch 4100-09 Table Saw review

Bosch 4100-09 table saw


Makita 2705 table saw