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10 in. Portable Table Saw with Quick Stand
  • Ryobi
  • Model RTS21G
  • Internet # 205503644
  • Store SKU #830094

10 in. Portable Table Saw with Quick Stand

$199.00 /each

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10 in. Table Saw with Wheeled Stand

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The RYOBI 10 inch Portable Table Saw with Wheeled Stand is compact and easy to use yet powerful enough to cut through a range of tough materials. The stand secures right to the saw with a simple 4-knob turn and includes on-board storage space for all accessories to save room in your garage. Wheels make it easy to transport from one job site to another. Whether you are framing a door or building a deck, you can count on precise, accurate cross cuts.

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Can I use a stack head dado blade with this saw

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Appleton, WI
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December 10, 2013
Does Ryobi offer a throat plate for a dado blade?
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July 18, 2015
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I did.
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May 6, 2015
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Yes you can. I use a 6" dado pack oer the instructions. I am having a problem getting a dado throat plate though.
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August 23, 2014
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No
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July 16, 2014
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Yes. The stack has to be 6" and must be less than or equal to 5/8 width. It does NOT go to a full 3/4". Kind of a bummer there, but that's it.
RYOBI offers the throat plate for the RTS30, RTS31 and RTS20. I don't remember the part number.
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March 3, 2014
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Yes 5/8" throat plate
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January 23, 2014
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Yes
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Orange, Ca.
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December 12, 2013
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Hi Tommy47, yes you can use a 6 inch stacked dado, non adjusting.
Saw is designed for a 5/8" cut.Yes Ryobi offers a throat plate for a dado blade.
Ryobi throat plate part number 089260001699.
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December 12, 2013
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. I believe it would be best to reach out to the manufacturer for assistance. The manufacturer is Ryobi and their customer service department can be reached at 1-800-525-2579.
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What are the differences between BTS211, BTS21 and RTS30 10" table saw with wheeled stand?

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July 18, 2015
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Feature and benefits. Check what you need it for and purchase.
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July 16, 2014
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I cannot address the BTS211 or the BTS21 (I thought it said RTS21 when I started) but I can tell you a little about the RTS30. The RTS30 is not longer manufactured. It has been replaced by the RTS31, which addresses several of the customer complaints on the RTS30.
Two of the biggest ones were the bevel locking system. Washer changed out to different material. And the 5/8" T miter slots. Those are GONE in
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I cannot address the BTS211 or the BTS21 (I thought it said RTS21 when I started) but I can tell you a little about the RTS30. The RTS30 is not longer manufactured. It has been replaced by the RTS31, which addresses several of the customer complaints on the RTS30.
Two of the biggest ones were the bevel locking system. Washer changed out to different material. And the 5/8" T miter slots. Those are GONE in favor of a complete sliding miter table, like you would find on higher priced saws.
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January 23, 2014
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I own the BTS211 so I can only comment about that saw. I do know from the display model at the Home Depot that they have made one major change (that I've noticed) in this saw--they have discontinued the sliding miter table and have gone back to the traditional t-slot and miter gauge accessory. This, in my opinion, is a good change. I really like the idea of the sliding miter table on my model, but in Read More
I own the BTS211 so I can only comment about that saw. I do know from the display model at the Home Depot that they have made one major change (that I've noticed) in this saw--they have discontinued the sliding miter table and have gone back to the traditional t-slot and miter gauge accessory. This, in my opinion, is a good change. I really like the idea of the sliding miter table on my model, but in practice it is truly a pain and time consuming to use. When ripping, the gauge has to be disassembled. When crosscutting, it has to be reassembled. This process is much slower than removing a miter gauge to rip and then replacing it into the miter slot. A really great feature of my Ryobi table saw is that it will rip to a maximum of 30". I also have the Rigid R4510 which I love, and it rips only to 24". All said, the Ryobi portable table saw is a great portable table saw that can produce a lot work for the money. Read Less
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January 23, 2014
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I have no idea about differences, but I have the RTS31 and it is great!!!!
It will do any job IO ask it to, and holds the settings for angles even when you disassemble it.
Easy to use and put away- can't tell you any more than that.
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is the ryobi 10 saw order only or can u get it in the store

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In store purchase.
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July 1, 2015
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. This is an online exclusive item and is not available at your local Home Depot store. Unfortunately, we are waiting to receive inventory from the manufacturer. There is not an expected restock date available at this time. We have a new feature; you can enter your e-mail address on our webpage to be notified when this item is restocked. Please Read More
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. This is an online exclusive item and is not available at your local Home Depot store. Unfortunately, we are waiting to receive inventory from the manufacturer. There is not an expected restock date available at this time. We have a new feature; you can enter your e-mail address on our webpage to be notified when this item is restocked. Please continue to check our website for updates. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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How to remove and replace brushes For motor

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June 7, 2016
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Hi Slim. Contact us at 1-800-525-2579 for technical support information on the saw.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 113 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Gearing on the motor is Junk I bought this saw to do light work like cutting down plywood and MDF for small projects around the house. Yesterday while working on my latest project the saw started to make a terrible grinding noise. I took the motor apart and found that the small gear they use to knock down the power was stripped out. Now they want over a hundred and fourty dollars for the part to replace the Armature assembly. Seem's crazy that such a small piece could cost almost half of what the whole saw was new. My recommendation is that you look somewhere and spend a little bit more money on a quality saw. Learn from my mistake and do not buy this saw. It broke after very light use, I would hate to see how quickly it falls apart if you use it on a regular basis. September 9, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bevel Locking Lever Washer Broke During First Use. Got this as a gift on July 25, 2012. Put it together on July 26, 2012. Saw went together nicely as there are very few parts to assemble. Plugged the saw in to make sure it ran and checked the bevel (after removing the foam support). Everything seemed fine and the saw was acceptable. Today, July 28, 2012 I actually went to use the saw. When I unlocked the bevel locking lever, I heard a snap and felt the washer break. The washer fell out in two pieces under the saw. The lock washer needs to be made of a different material. It should not have broken. I have yet to even cut anything on the saw. I was just setting things up to make my first cut. I believe the saw has potential, but when one of the main features of the saw breaks before you even get a chance to cut anything with it, I am not sure how good a product it is. From other reviews, this appears to be a big issue. Without this washer, the motor/blade freely moves in the saw as it cannot be locked into position. July 28, 2012
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by lacking quality I recommend to replace the stock blade asap with a red Diablo or you will start burning your cuts with a very dull blade. The bevel hand wheel is cheap plastic that WILL NOT last. The blade raise/lower mechanism gets clogged or jammed easily with saw dust which makes it near impossible to raise. This in turn allows for the bevel hand wheel to strip internally damaging the plastic inside the hand wheel. Now you must replce this cheap plastic wheel or keep the blade fully up to use the saw. Always remember, you get what you pay for. I plan to return mine to get a more expensive/better quality saw. Just my 2 cents. April 12, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by best one so far bought this saw about 10 years ago and it just died this week! i work in the siding and window business and it got alot of use. it out lasted two ridgid models also heavily used and took its share of abuse. i hope i have as good luck with the next one. this thing cut everything but the motor just gave out this week. the mechanical aspects are still great, the fence was still perfect, the angles dialed in great, it folded and stored like new, it was a great low priced model and served us greatly. i definetly got my money back. i'm bummin!!! i want my saw back!!!!!! June 12, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by timed tool This table saw I purchased in 2009 came with a 2 yr warranty and a purchased extra 1 year, (not recommended). I used it as a part time contractor, a.k.a. Handy Man. I enjoyed the amount of space it took up, the quik start, the power of the saw and the many different applications. Yesterday it quit on my instantly and based on the price of around $275 its done. 6 years part time use and kaput. Buyer beware, I expected a life long tool and got a short timed, replace soon piece of equipment. July 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by very nice saw, great improvements over my 10 year old one my 10 year old saw(same model) finally died and I couldn't find a better deal then this one. brand new saw,shipped to the house for the same price a new motor would have cost shipped to the house. many, many upgrades over the last one. I was blown away with the new upgrades. the wheels are a little smaller which made it harder to move over bare ground so I swapped them out with the old ones and now it rolls nice.Great saw, I've used a couple of times and I'm impressed with the power. If you're undecided, I recommend you buy it, (3 year warranty). How can you go wrong ! April 14, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Poorly made Easy to assemble, worked decently. My biggest problem was cheapness. The stand was kinda flimsy. And many of the parts used to tighten and lock things down were plastic. For example, the bevel lock lever was plastic screwing into plastic. The torque from starting the motor was actually enough to throw the bevel from 0 degrees to about 1.5-2 degrees. I also loved the idea of the sliding miter table feature. Turned out to be my least favorite part of the saw. I used it for a couple craft projects for the Mrs. and then returned it. Bought a Porter Cable from Lowes. Seriously, twice the quality for 50 more bucks. January 6, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by The Riobi Portable Table Saw. I had the table saw now for a good 3 years and I've done many projects with it, from Cabinets to work benches, fences to yard furniture. Now I'm working on a custom walk in closet with shelving and cabinets. My only grip with this toy is that the saw blade has a tendency to not hold tight and when in use it tilts. I'm used to it now so I am constantly checking it and tightening the lock on the tilt. Also I would like to get different plates for it that go on the table when I switch to using the dato blades. All in all I must be one of those lucky ones that so far is not having any trouble with it that can't be delt with. Hope this helps. January 17, 2014
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