Best Table Saws Under $350

See the top rated table saws under $350 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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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 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: CPO Commerce
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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, ...
Best deal at: Amazon.com
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SKILSAW SPT70WT-01 10 In. Portable Worm Drive Table Saw [Best Price>Daily Update, Price Comparison & Review]
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We're bringing something to the table that pros have wanted for a while—the world's first Worm Drive table saw specifically designed for ripping. ...
Best deal at: Amazon.com
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SKIL SPT70WT-22 10-Inch Worm Drive Table Saw [Best Price>Daily Update, Price Comparison & Review]
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The SKIL SPT70WT-22 is a 10-Inch Worm Drive Table Saw. It is a benchtop model and does not come with a stand or wheels. It is ideal for the home ...
Best deal at: eBay

This price class (under $350) is still considered as lower price for table saws. Keep in mind that cheaper table saws, even at the $350 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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