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Bosch 10" Jobsite Table Saw w/ 25" Cutting Capacity & Portable Table Stand

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The Bosch 4100 10 10 In. Worksite Table Saw with Gravity Rise Wheeled Stand delivers both professional rip capacity and outstanding portability for a tool that can get the job done, wherever it is. The powerful 15 Amp saw delivers 4. 0 max HP for outstanding productivity. It also incorporates soft start circuitry for smooth but quick ramp up to the operating speed to manage the intensity of motor start up and minimize the possibility of tripping a circuit breaker. It includes Constant Response circuitry to help maintain speed under load, and overload protection. The Square Lock rip fence is engineered for maximum trueness and great ease of use, with the fence able to easily glide along the rail for one handed operation. The lighter GTA47W Gravity Rise Wheeled Stand has 8 In. treaded rubber composite tires and a single action design for easy set up and transport. It is jobsite ready with heavy duty construction. The Smart Guard System is the first modular table saw blade guard, featuring a three position adjustable riving knife, anti kickback pawls and non obstructed view barrier guard assembly. The table saw provides a 29 In. x 21 1/2 In. square tabletop with a 25 In. rip capacity for ripping 4 Ft. wide sheets goods in half.

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HD puts the Ridgid on sale for $199 once or twice a year. It's coming up soon. I have the Ridgid and have seen both side by side. The Bosch *may be a tad nicer but not $250 dollars nicer. Wait another month or so. Just to be clear I am not talking about the the smaller saw with the X stand. I am talking about the saw with the gravity rise stand and expandable table. Also, the Ridgid carries a lifetime warranty.

*Edit: I just checked my Ridgid account to view my original receipt. Turns out I paid $299... Sorry about that guys. Still a much better deal IMO.
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I've been waiting for this one or the Dewalt table saw to go on sale for awhile. Bosch it is!
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Seems like a decent saw. Did Bosch give up on the reaxx or did sawstop sue it out of existence?
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Seems good price with mixed reviews, should I go with ridgid or this?
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Seems good price with mixed reviews, should I go with ridgid or this?
I have the ridgid and love it.
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I don't know what to do
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Seems to have motor design flaw. Look at the one star reviews. Plus only one year warranty. Pass

Edit: bearing seems to be easy to replace. might bite. the price is 449 now
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I have the ridgid and love it.
I like ridgid too and hoping for price will once again drop to $299 Black Friday
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Seems to have motor design flaw. Look at the one star reviews. Plus only one year warranty. Pass
Are you serious? It's one of the best, if not the best, rated table saws on Amazon.
4% 1 star reviews. you can always count on a few user issues for one star reviews. Majority of others are from years ago and not even verified purchases. What more do you want really?
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Awesome machine!! The gravity stand is a great feature. I've cut pine, treated wood and plywood. No issues from thin to 4x4 lumber. Dust collection isn't great but it's not the worst. I connect my shop vac and it picks up most of the saw dust. I still got to clean around. Def change the blade to something better than the one that comes with it. At this price it's a good buy. Mobility is a must in a small workshop so this works for me.
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hate this saw. stand is non-intuitive. sold my contractor saw when I moved and got this, but for most my jobs, it's too small, and I loathe using it. The fence is not confidence inspiring.
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FWIW the DeWalt DWE7491RS occasionally goes on sale for about the same or less than this. IMHO a a better saw due to the far superior fence system and larger rip capacity. I'm a hobbyist and had one for a couple of years, used it to build cabinets, etc. I now have a full size cabinet saw and sold the DeWalt to save space but occasionally still miss it
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This saw is great had it for about 8 years. Occasionally on sale at Menards.
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Seems good price with mixed reviews, should I go with ridgid or this?
HD puts the Ridgid on sale for $199 once or twice a year. It's coming up soon. I have the Ridgid and have seen both side by side. The Bosch *may be a tad nicer but not $250 dollars nicer. Wait another month or so. Just to be clear I am not talking about the the smaller saw with the X stand. I am talking about the saw with the gravity rise stand and expandable table. Also, the Ridgid carries a lifetime warranty.

*Edit: I just checked my Ridgid account to view my original receipt. Turns out I paid $299... Sorry about that guys. Still a much better deal IMO.
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