How much you have to spend on a table saw will determine the type of saw you buy, the size, and the suitability of the saw for any particular job.
In this category, you’ll find the best table saws under $100, a particular segment of the market that can be misunderstood by first time buyers.
Just because something is inexpensive, it doesn’t necessarily mean it will be of poor quality, but it does mean that you can expect some compromises to be made.
In the sub-$100 range, you will find saws that are specifically designed for home use in an art or hobby situation.
Take the 4” Mini Electric Table Saw as an example. It’s one of the cheapest saws on the market, and it’s also one of the smallest.
At under 10 lb., it’s also one of the lightest and most portable. Don’t be fooled by the size, however, because this is a real tool and it’s designed for real work, just as long as you’re sticking to light laminate or plywood materials.
Just as you’ll find with all of our price categories, the under $100 table saw reviews are comprehensive, easy to follow, and most importantly, they will explain exactly what a particular saw was designed for.
You’ll also learn what to expect in terms of performance.
If you’re looking at the budget end of the scale for lightweight art and craft saw work, then this category could well be the best one for you.