If you’re looking to spend between $300 and $400 on a portable jobsite table saw, then it’s reasonable to expect a high level of quality from any tool that you purchase.

At this price point, you’re no longer looking at the midrange, but are instead approaching the higher end, and you shouldn’t have to accept too many compromises when it comes to design, features, and construction materials.

In this table saws $300-$400 category we look at some of the most highly rated saws in the industry.

These include the DeWALT DWE7480, as well as the Bosch GTS1031 Table Saw. Both of these saws are made from high quality materials and pack in great features like high quality roll cages, clear blade guards, and high quality aluminum table tops.

DeWALT impresses with one of the best rack and pinion fence designs in the business, and the Bosch comes with exceptional build quality.

If you’ve read any of our table saw reviews, or even checked out our table saw buying advice guides, then you will already know that no table saw is perfect.

There can sometimes be features that manufacturers have overlooked, or sometimes they simply make strange design choices that impact the overall appeal of a unit.

The in-depth reviews within this category are designed to give you the whole picture of any table saw in this price range, covering everything from power requirements to dust collection, rip capacity, and the reviews will even look at the accessories included in the box.

If you’re ready to spend up to $400 on a power tool, then you’ll need to know it’s the best one for your unique requirements.

These reviews will help you to determine whether this price range is right for you, or whether you need to look at another category to find your perfect table saw.


Bosch GTS1031 Table Saw Review

Bosch GTS1031 table saw