Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 121
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by otowndiy Decent saw for the $$$
Bought this as I couldn't afford anything better. After using it for a couple months I can say this saw is worth the price tag.
The good: Strong motor, ripped walnut hardwood without a problem, portable, foldable stand is nice.
The Bad: Fence isn't 100% accurate, lots of plastic pieces and cheap materials but I expected as much, riving knife is hard to adjust without hurting your knuckles, very loud.
It gets the job done, is well priced, and portable. overall a good saw,
February 23, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ottawaguy Perfect for home projects
I used this to finish the basement, cut flooring sections, baseboard, etc. It was perfect for that, and portable enough to move from the garage to the basement.
January 25, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Justy Great pproduct for a great price
I purchased this 10 inch protable table saw when my other one gave out in the middle of a flooring project. I was very surprised at the quality and duriblity of this machine for the price. Because this table saw is portable I am able to take it with me or lend it to a friend when they need it. I would recommend this product to others.
March 26, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by segadura A good tool, especially for its price
Hi, I have had this saw for about 2 years now and used it not heavily but regularly. I have a contractor saw in the basement and keep this one in the garage on a cart I made with it. I have used it primarily to work with dimensional lumber all the way to re-sawing 2x4" studs to make 3/4"x3" boards. I did replace the original blade with a Diablo (which I do with all my saws). The saw has all the power I need. By always supporting longer lumber with infeed and outfeed rollers,I have no trouble getting the job done. The miter gage is flimsy and I added a longer wooden fence to it right away. The rip fence locks positively. The dust bag is a must since it collects a lot of saw dust. In my experience this saw can do a good job as long as you handle it properly. Since it is all around much lighter than a contractor saw, you have to pay attention to the way you handle the wood and not be in a hurry. The corresponding Dewalt, Bosh and Ridgid models are better but cost 3 times as much. If you, like me, are on a budget, I would definitely recommend the Ryobi. The two pictures are about a new firewood platform which I entirely made with this saw.
July 20, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by dkhtactical Excellent Table Saw
The Ryobi 10" Portable Table Saw with Stand was easily assembled by following the instructions. It is pretty sturdy for being so light, and has easily handled making the precision cuts I have be doing. I love that it has the sliding extension table, allowing for up to 30 inch cuts on the right. This table saw is perfect for setting up to do multiple identical rips, which is exactly what I purchased it for - but it is also capable of doing much more. A big plus for this table saw is that while it is capable of doing pretty large cuts, it is small enough to hide away in the corner of your garage when not in use.
I would highly recommend this Table Saw for the homeowner or hobbyist who is in need of a Table Saw for light to medium work. The problem with those individuals who are giving this Table Saw a bad review is that they purchased it to do more than what it was designed for.
May 6, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by PoorerRichard Not a bad saw at all...
My old, trusty table saw failed in the middle of a project, and with my shallow pockets, I had to compromise to replace it. I had several other Ryobi, small power tools in my tool locker, and after seeing the saw in the store and reading some reviews, I plunked down my money.
First, the motor is very powerful, well suspended and hasrelatively low vibration for such a lightweight saw. The electronic brake/direct drive system improves safety a great deal as does the excellent riving knife/blade carrier set up. The angle lock lever is a bit hard to reach, behind the lowering wheel, but it's not hard to get used to. The lowering wheel works very smoothly. In addition, the fence is nicely designed and quite accurate, with a solid two-point lockdown.
The caveats have to do with the use of a proprietary, sub-sized track system for the miter gauge. It's a 5/8" track, which rendered all my 3/4" track jigs and devices unusable -- however, with some very careful use of my drill press, I tossed the cheap plastic miter gauge and adapted the protractor off my Incra Gauge to this saw, with wonderful; results. See my images below. I also found 5/8" track feather boards available online. The saw's included anti-kickback system is terrible, so I will also toss that, but I will use the blade guard, which works very nicely. As far as accuracy, cutting hardwood flooring and mouldings, the saw performed as well as my old one, despite the remining slop in the miter tracks, which I'll figure out how to fix. If you;re handy, this isn;t a bad saw at all, and for an old guy, the lighter weight is actually a blessing. It's not a jobsite tool, but for the careful hobbyist, it is the best saw for the money.
April 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by RobV Great saw, great price
Am in the middle of a kitchen remodel and needed a table saw. I did a lot of checking and was aprehensive about getting this one. Lots of mixed reviews. I can only speak for myself Its a great saw. Can you cut crown molding with it? No. I used the miter portion to cut base trim board and as long as you take your time, its great. Its durable, great value and plenty of power. It will bog down if you try and force your wood through at a high rate of speed, but I had no problem ripping plywood, 2x4's etc. If you know how to use a saw, this is a great unit. Buying at HD is a bonus. If you're not happy with it, take it back! I give it 2 thumbs up.
April 4, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by BobbyP Pay attention to the reviews!
I read all the reviews, then promptly ignored them. I bought this saw and before I ever plugged it in, the bevel lock lever broke. Just like multiple reviewers before me.
The bevel lock mechanisim is a "pinch lock" - pushing the arm down causes it to ride up on the suspect piece, applying a lot of pressure to lock the bevel angle in place. Way too much pressure for the plastic cam washer that bears all that force.
Home Depot will be will served by removing these from stock - they are probably going to see a lot of returns for this failure. I will say that the return experience was easy as pie, they are good folks to work with.
January 26, 2011