Best Table Saws Under $300

See the top rated table saws under $300 below. Click on a model to see more information, reviews & ratings (where available) about it and price comparisons between different sellers.

Models below are ordered starting from the best rated (at the top).

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DEWALT DWE7491RS 10″ Jobsite Table Saw & Rolling Stand [Best Price>Daily Update, Price Comparison & Review]
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The DWE7491RS by DEWALT offers users a lot of power (15 AMPS) that can handle the strongest materials. The 10- inch ...
Best deal at: Amazon.com
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SKIL 3410-02 10-Inch Table Saw with stand [Best Price>Daily Update, Price Comparison & Review]
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Best deal at: Amazon.com
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Bosch 4100-10 10 Inch Table Saw with Wheeled Stand [Best Price>Daily Update, Price Comparison & Review]
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Bosch introduces another essential and practical piece for your power tool collection with our 10 Inch Worksite Table Saw with Gravity-Rise Wheeled ...
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Bosch GTS1031 10-Inch Portable Jobsite Table Saw [Best Price>Daily Update, Price Comparison & Review]
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GTS1031 Features: -Distressed:No -Portable-Handheld:Yes. Dimensions: -Overall Height - Top to Bottom:15 -Overall Width - Side to Side:24.5 -Overall ...
Best deal at: The Home Depot
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Craftsman Evolv 10 In. Table Saw 28461[Best Price>Daily Update, Price Comparison & Review]
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Includes: Table saw, 24T carbide tipped blade, stand, blade wrenches, hex keys, anti-kickback pawls, blade guard assembly, push stick, miter gauge, ...
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This price class (under $300) is still considered as lower price for table saws. Keep in mind that cheaper table saws, even at the $300 price can have limitations in terms of their power, functionality and build quality.  These lower end models are more suited to starting woodworkers or DIYers wanting to buy something to get them started. If you are not a beginner and are more of an intermediate or advanced user you may want to buy a model in a higher price bracket that has better power & more functions and will last longer.

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