If you’ve been waiting to buy a new portable table saw, there are some decent Black Friday 2021 deals this year. Yes, there are fewer deals than in previous years, and the savings are a little slimmer, but any discount is better than paying full price.
With Thanksgiving just a few days away, I don’t think there will be many surprises. Still, I do also expect to see a couple of new flash sale deals on Black Friday and possibly also Cyber Monday, so be sure to check back.
For more Black Friday tool deals, check out our main directory page: Best Black Friday Tool Deals for 2021
Amazon Dewalt Deals of the Day 11/26/21
Dewalt Table Saw + Rolling Stand – $389
Dewalt Table Saw + Stand & Blade Set – $369
Black Friday 2021 Table Saw Deals
Dewalt DWE7485 Portable Table Saw – $299
Like Dewalt’s other table saws, this one has an easy to use rack and pinion fence adjustment system that makes a lot of other brands’ table saw fences seem kludgy in comparison. If I were looking for a new portable table saw on a budget, this is the one I’d buy.
Dewalt DWE7485 Portable Table Saw with Stand – $329
This bundle gives you the Dewalt DWE7485 table saw with its compatible folding stand, which typically retailers for ~$70. So, if you want the stand, you can get it for $30 more than just the saw by itself.
Bosch 10″ Table Saw with Gravity-Rise Roller Stand – $499
Acme Coupon Code: TABLE100
So far, this Bosch is just one of two pro-grade 10″ table saw deals we’ve seen. Bosch makes great table saws, and this updated model looks to have very positive reviews.
Ryobi 13A 8-1/4″ Portable Table Saw – $119
Whether you go with a basic portable table saw or a pro-grade jobsite saw, make sure you have a sturdy work surface to mount it to.
Ryobi 15A Table Saw with Folding Stand – $179
This model features a 10″ saw blade size – instead of 8-1/4″ – and comes with a folding stand. This model looks larger than the 8-1/4″ saw, and it has a more powerful motor (15A vs 13A), but its rip cutting capacity is said to be the same.
Ridgid 10″ Pro Table Saw with Roller Stand – $399
With the roller stand, this Ridgid saw is easier to move around and set up. Ridgid table saws tend to offer a great balance between quality and value.
Craftsman 10″ Table Saw with Folding Stand – $189
Kobalt 10″ Table Saw with Roller Stand – $299
Skilsaw 10″ Worm Drive Table Saw with Roller Stand – $599
I’ve had the rigid for 2 years now I can’t see ever wanting another table saw unless you are into fine carpentry. So easy to set up and move around and takes up so little space stored out of the way.
Same here. I have had mine for at least two years and haven’t sold my Rockwell Contractor’s or Shop saw but this entire set up is way lighter than just the 2 HP motor and it’s cast support for my Contractor’s saw and it does work pretty well! Way easier to transport than the Contractor’s saw. I can move the Rigid easily by myself and I need help loading and unloading (even after pulling the motor) the Contractor’s saw.
I reread what I wrote. I would say it’s really not “way lighter” because I went and looked, the Rigid reportedly weighs 98 pounds but it surely doesn’t feel like it weighs that much and it does move much easier than the old Rockwell!
I have the DW 7485 with rack-Pinion, a very good saw.
Still no deals on the M18. I think Q1 next year will see some!
One retailer will have a 10% off Milwaukee promo, which will help on the M18 Fuel pricing.
Matabo HPT table saw is on sale at Lowes. From $499 to $399. Pretty good saw in my opinion
I wish the Dewalt 7491-RS would go on sale. It’s such a great saw but I haven’t seen a good sale for it in eons
Ditto – I was looking for over a year for that model to be in stock and go on sale. I was also looking at the DWE7491X as I liked the more compact design of the stand – but that one seemed rarely in stock and more expensive than the RS version. I ended up pulling the trigger and getting a DWE7491RS last week locally at a Lowe’s. I know the one thing you cannot really adjust is the flatness of the aluminum table top – so that was the first thing I checked with my straight edge. It seemed flat enough for my intended goal of furniture making – hope my novice eyes don’t end up betraying me!
Amazon has sale pricing about 2 weeks ago, but then the price restored back to $599.
I’m thinking it might go on sale again anytime between Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday, but it’s a wild guess a this point.
If you get the Dewalt table saw, I highly recommend you get the stand as well unless you are going to building a table around it. The stand is light and folds up into a very small profile. It is also stable for anything you should be cutting with that saw.
I have roller stands on by Bosch 4100 table saw and GCM12SD miter saw.
The trade off is that they fold up and reopen easily. That makes storing and rolling them around the garage (my main shop and table saw is in the basement) easy. They also roll out onto the lawn or driveway easy. But the stands take up a lot more space in the truck – so transporting is not as convenient as using a saw with a plain folding stand.
I have the ridgid 10″ table saw and after 3 years the bearing in the motor is grinding and squiking every time i start the saw. It needs replacement.
Will never buy another ridgid power tool again!
You should have the LSA on the Ridgid table saw, take advantage of it.
Agreed í purchased the 12-in stand and all. The saw is way underpowered and a total waste of my money I’ve had to buy other saw to compromise for it
Thanks for the list Stuart. The Bosch 10” has stayed at $599 without any reduction…. Might not be on sale after all?
Also unfortunately no Dewalt 10” on sale anywhere, just the portable deals. Unless you know better? 🙂
Thanks for all you do!
It looks like you have to use code TABLE100 at Acme.
I tested it now (1:24pm ET 11/26) and it works!
You are the man! Thanks very much and happy holidays to you and family!
Thank you – same to you!!
Amazon has the 10 Skil table saw with folding legs for $250 today, and the 10″ heavy duty worm drive saw with rolling stand for $450, both the cheapest they’ve ever been as far as I know.