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Overview

Model # RTS10 Store SKU # 1000668508

Lightweight, easy to use and featuring a new blade guard safety system, the Ryobi 10-inch table saw provides the quality features you've come to love from this exceptional brand while offering more security against cutting accidents.

  1. 120V AC; 15 amp
  1. 24-tooth carbide-tipped blade
  1. Split blade guard design maintains constant contact with table surface even while the blade is beveled
  1. Internal tool-free lock handle lets you reposition the spreader to the riving knife position allowing for an easy transition to non-through cuts
  1. Guard installation is achieved via a single action latch; pawls assemble independent of the blade guard

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in inches)
27.56
Assembled Height (in inches)
12.99
Assembled Weight (in lbs)
51.68
Assembled Width (in inches)
19.69
Packaged Depth (in inches)
27.56
Packaged Height (in inches)
12.99
Packaged Weight (In lbs)
51.68
Packaged Width (in inches)
19.69

Details

Country of Origin
CN-China

Warranty / Certifications

3 years limited warranty. For more information, contact 1-800-525-2579
10-inch Table Saw with Steel StandRYOBI 10-inch Table Saw with Steel StandLightweight, easy to use and featuring a new blade guard safety system, the Ryobi 10-inch table saw provides the quality features you've come to love from this exceptional brand while offering more security against cutting accidents.
RYOBI
1000668508
CAD1192024-02-27
The Home Depot Canada
10-inch Table Saw with Steel Stand is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 279.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Perfect For What I Needed Remember, this is a hundred dollar saw. You will not be able to build a house with it and that is not what it is for. I bought it to lay 1800 sq ft of bamboo floor. I did not really expect it to last much longer than that job but I was pleasantly surprised. It is still working just fine. A friend used it to rebuild the interior of her motorhome and my granddaughters and I have built many bird houses with it. It is on it's third or fourth blade and just keeps on ticking. Highly recommended for light/medium handyman tasks.
Date published: 2012-07-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from With what you pay you'll get enough power. It is now about one year that I have this saw. The power is good and it gets the job done but it has some issues: - The angle of the blade is not sync with the adjustment handle on the saw, so I need to check it manually to make sure about my desired angel. - Fence is not accurate, so I use my square to check that. - It's too noisy and dusty!!! If you do woodworking occasionally, I would recommend to buy this, other than that better to go with a professional one. I gave 5 of 5, because my review is based on what I paid for this saw.
Date published: 2013-12-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from For rough cuts it is okay but that's it. Bought this table saw in the summer of '11 because it was on sale. Did not use it until late fall. Wish I would have kept the box to return it. Pros: It cuts wood. - It is an inexpensive table saw that is good for the job site/home to do rough cuts, and it comes with legs. Those are the only good things that I can think of. Cons: I never was able to zero in the blade or the fence. The blade has adjustment screws to zero in, but you can never quite get it. The whole motor mount just bends, and when you think you got it, it just springs back. The fence is a bit more adjustable but very hard due to method in which it is done. You have bolts on top of the fence that you have to play with, rather than set screws at the base. The mitre track is not standard size. So you can't even get a proper mitre attachment for it that doesn't flop around. The track is not uniform. On mine the track bottom bows and the top of the track is tilted. One side is higher than the other. I tried making a cross cut sled for it with hard plastic rails for the track, and it just binds in the middle. If you want to do cabinet work or anything that needs a bit of accuracy, look at something else. In fact I am so disgusted with this saw and with other Ryobi tools that I have, that I am getting rid of all of them, because everything is just built with "It's good enough" mentality, just so they can say that they have a dog in the race. In conclusion it is good (because of the low price) if you want to see if you like woodworking, but as soon as you find out that you do, get rid of it or take it apart and use the motor to make a blower for dust extraction.
Date published: 2012-02-16
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