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Table Saws

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Makita MLT100

Latest review: I'm a tradesman. I've used Makita for most of my tools for over forty years. This is pretty much junk. The fence is shoddy and will not stay in place because only one end fixing which is flimsy.


Bosch GTS 10 J

Latest review: On advice from a carpenter friend I set about choosing a small table saw. I chose the BOSCH 10J because of it's portability and the fence seemed to click into place quite square each time it needed


Makita DHS710Z

Latest review: I didn't set out to buy a battery saw but I ended up with 2 x 18v Makita batteries so went for this saw. Though a little dubious to begin with, I use it all the time now and haven't used my corded


DeWalt 745

Latest review: I am gob smacked. How could you go wrong with DeWalt? After reading all the positive reviews I thought I had found the perfect table top saw. Sounds like DeWalt have recently changed/cheapened their


Proxxon FET Table Saw

Latest review: I had read many reviews on 4 inch below table saw, including the very helpful one from Graeme W, before committed to a 05/07 version of the Proxxon FET. My experience on the saw includes: As


DeWalt DCS7485N

Latest review: Just recently became the proud owner of a new DeWalt DCS7485N-XJ 54V XR FlexVolt Table Saw and overall I'm pretty happy with it. With a couple of relatively minor exceptions though I can't give it


Dewalt D28710

Latest review: Dewalt, what more can I say the BEST. Dewalt never disappoints me, great reliable product that I have professionally and in my personal garage. Good power, have never burnt it out even after some


Bosch GTS10XC

Latest review: Spent 2 days trying to align and set it square. Fence is not locking square to the blade. If you push it in position from the left or right, always different. There is a YouTube clip of a German


Ozito TSB-0808

Latest review: OK. It's a $99 table saw. You probably shouldn't even be able to make one for this price. But if you want an absolutely bare bones saw here's the thing I want from it - I want it to cut straight. If


DeWalt 254mm DWE7491-X

Latest review: Just got my 7491 back from Dewalt. It has a bad design on the blade raise screw. Instead of taking responsibility and fix or covering it with warranty, Dewalt push it back on the owner and they


QEP 60707 Master Cut Tile Saw

Latest review: Purchased one of these to do mitre cuts on 100x300 wall tiles. The motor and spindle (and consequently the blade) were misaligned with the tabletop causing the blade to foul on the table when


Evolution Rage5-S 255mm Multi-Material TCT Evolution Table Saw

Latest review: This retails (2019) for around $550 at Total Tools (only). In my opinion, it's better value than the Dewalt (nearly double the price) and Makita (around $100 more) table saws. The whole saw and


Workzone (Aldi) Bench-Top Router Table

Latest review: Workzone router bits are great and I have already used them on an old Ryobi router. I needed a good bench and should have paid more as this one doesn't have the capacity for heavy and long tasks,


Ozito TBS-2000

Latest review: I've had this table saw for about a couple of months, and whilst I didn't have any delusions of grandeur as to its quality and capability (it IS an Ozito tool after all), I was both surprised at how


Ryobi RTS1825RG

Latest review: Brought this saw today, the fence lines up perfectly to the blade and cuts perfectly straight, there is a little play with the mitre slots but nothing too serious. The motor is powerful enough, i was


Hitachi C10RC

Latest review: bought table saw about 18 months ago in perth to make some casement window frames. although a great idea being touted as a site saw unless you buy an extractor system as well the saw body clogs up


Baumr-AG BTS90

Latest review: Purchased this saw in April 2018 and had nothing but trouble. This saw will not cut straight regardless of how you try and set it up. I am a former chippie with 35 years behind me in building


QEP 800W Electric Tile Bridge Saw

Latest review: The QEP 800W Electric Tile Bridge Saw bought from Bunnings, Brendale, had several faults including the following: 1. Mitre gauge missing 2. Tray has hole but no plug; and there were other parts