What does the entry-level of the professional quality table saw market look like?

If you’ve been asking this question, then this is exactly the category for you.

While some table saws can exceed $500, or even $1000 for high end workshop installations, that doesn’t mean that you won’t find a quality saw for $100 – $200.

A significant step up from the smallest hobby-grade table saws, the saws in this price range are good for light work at home, and can be excellent starting options if you’re only starting to work with a table saw, or even if you have an enthusiastic teenager who is learning shop work and wants to have a high quality tool at home.

The reviews in this category are comprehensive, and include models like the Ryobi ZRRTS10G table saw.

As well as the popular Craftsman Evolv Table Saw.

If you want to know how much a unit weighs, how good the stand is, whether it’s easy to use, or even whether it has a dust collection system, then you will find all of the information within each individual review.

You’ll also find other helpful details, such as the exact price, the type of consumer feedback that any particular saw has received, and you’ll even be able to check detailed manufacturer specifications to discover the total weight, dimensions, and power source requirements of a table saw.

If you’re ready to explore, then jump right into a review. If you need more general help before you select a table saw, then head to our buying advice guides for table saw parts and terminology, and how to compare table saws based on your needs.



Ryobi ZRRTS10G Table Saw review

Ryobi ZRRTS10G Table Saw

Craftsman Evolv table Saw Review

Craftsman Evolv Table Saw