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Kobalt 15-Amp 10-in Table Saw

Kobalt 15-Amp 10-in Table Saw

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  • Table Saw Voltage: 120 V

Product Description


15-Amp 10-in Table Saw

  • 15-Amp power, quick folding stand with wheels, 30-in rip capacity
  • Double-latch rip fence for excellent accuracy
  • 2.5-in Dust collection port fits vacuums or dust collectors
  • In-fence push stick storage
  • No-slip bevel adjustment makes fine bevel adjustments a snap
  • Rear out-feed support extends for large work piece support
  • Standard 3/4-in wide, t-slotted, miter gauge slots for after market accessories like feather boards
  • Integrated storage for rip fence, miter gauge, blade guard assembly, push stick, power cord and extra blades


  • Amps: 15
  • Auxiliary Handle: No
  • Bevel Capacity: 45°
  • Blade Material: Carbide-tipped
  • Caster Platform Included: No
  • Depth Control: Yes
  • Dust Handling: Chute
  • Maximum Blade Speed: 5000 RPM
  • Micro Adjust Rip Fence: Yes
  • Spindle Lock: No
Voltage:120 volt
Weight:68 Pounds
Warranty3 Year Limited

Dimensions & Weights 

Table Width:19.56 inches
Table Length:26.06 inches
Table Height:34 inches
Right Rip Capacity:30 inches
Max. Depth at 90 Degrees:3½ inches
Max. Depth at 45 Degrees:2½ inches
Left Rip Capacity:14 inches
Cutting Depth:3½ inches
Blade Length:10 inches
Arbor Size:0.625 inches

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Quality table saw for limited spaces
By Lowe's Guest from Idaho on Jan 16, 2015
My background is extensive DIY (built a house, owned 5 other houses, and rehabed a rental duplex). Despite a lot of construction and remodeling experience this was my first table saw as I wanted to get into a bit more precision work for basic furniture building. I am also moving to a smaller house with a basic 2 car garage so my workshop is shared space with actual vehicles. While you can get some nice used contractor saws for about the same price as this saw, those take up too much room for me. I''m the type who spends way too much time researching every purchase and for my needs it clearly came down to this or the DeWalt job site saw. This saw won thanks to a better rip depth and more features like the very handy integrated folding work stand and out feed support. The easy folding stand really moves this saw out of the way, on its side, taking up little space against a wall, yet when setup it is very solid to work on. There is integrated storage for all the parts and safety features so you wont lose them when you need to remove them for certain types of cuts. I am very happy with the build quality of the saw. It''s solid and powerful. While any portable saw will compromise a bit in it''s fence design, this and the DeWalt job site saws have the best fences. The fence is very solid once locked and easy to use. You do need to square the fence if it''s moved but a combination square laid in the miter sled slots makes this very fast, only requiring a few seconds. You can also use the fence extension frame to move the fence, which keeps it squared. I am able to make very precise and reliable cuts with this. The 30" rip depth on this saw is incredible and nothing else in the compact/job-site category comes close. The dust port with a 2.5" shop vac works awesome to keep things tidy. The standard miter slots allow you to make miter sleds and jigs, unlike the weird slots on some cheaper saws. This will drive a dado blade which makes it much more useful for furniture and cabinet projects. You can easily make zero clearance and dado insert plates from some pieces of hardboard, using the included standard plate as a guide. The saw comes with great safety features like a standard knee-level kill switch, blade guard, riving knife, and anti-kickback prawls. These are all easy to use and very functional and most important easy to install so you can actually use them. Mine was setup very nicely out of the box with the blade square to the slots and requiring no tuning. Overall, I am very happy with this saw. If you need a portable saw for job sites or if you are a DIY homeowner who cannot dedicate several a big chunk of garage space to a contractor saw, this is an ideal tool.
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Far from precise, but good value for rough work
By Lowe's Guest from Dallas, TX, USA on Jan 14, 2015
Overall, it does what a cheap table saw can be expected to do. It rips well, it crosscuts well, and it has appropriate safety features. Mobility is good, it has a nice guard, and the sliding fence makes rough rips a breeze to set up. Nice wide rip capacity- 30" is a ton. The blade guard holds the workpiece down a bit for you. The fence width can be adjusted on the fly via some odd rails front and back that hold it. The nice, big power switch is easy to "knee" off if you are using both hands. The arbor is long enough to take a pretty large dado stack, too. That said, don''t think that, just because a dado blade fits, it''s a good saw to use for joinery. The blade "walks" down as the saw runs- a groove can start at a nice, carefully measured 23/32" deep, and by the end of a 24" groove, be down to 9/16". Not good. The table has a slight "dip" near the throat, too- "Timesaver" type polishing seems to have broken the edge down a bit. Depth control is very difficult as a result. The fence is flimsy, too. Hard to clamp a featherboard to it. It takes some care to line up to the blade properly. I''m almost positive it can''t accept a better fence. The throatplate is only 1/8" to the stops, and made of sheet metal. A zero-clearance has to be made from 1/8" MDF, and carefully laminated for strength. With the riving knife, there''s not much room to keep it together. Also, the table is aluminum. From a 90 degree summer day to a 50 degree winter day (unheated garage), my hand-made throatplates stopped fitting, the table shrunk so much. Basically, it''ll make a good through-cut if carefully trued. I wouldn''t recommend it for grooves, dadoes, and rabbets unless you just cannot afford anything else. It''s really hard to beat for the price, though.
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Very Good Saw for Home Use
By Lowe's Guest from North suburban Chicago, IL on Jan 13, 2015
I purchased this saw for cutting long boards and working sheet material in my home shop. I purchased it at a Black Friday sale price but would characterize its regular price as competitive given its features and quality. [Pros]: [+] Cutting speed seems consistent through changes in density of target material. [+] The all-purpose blade from the factory cuts well and changes out easily. Riving knife is also easy to adjust. [+] Blade configuration is easy - raising/lowering and angle setting is smooth and accurate. [+] Good maneuverability when wheeled from place to place and nice compact footprint when stowed. [Cons]: [+] The rip fence does not "self-square" - that is, it does not automatically sit perfectly parallel to the blade when locked in place to the cutting surface. The fastening clips also require a bit of muscle to secure and release - not as smooth as rip fences on more expensive models. [+] Anti-kickback pawls are so effective as to be unforgiving. They sometimes catch and may frustrate more experienced users. [+] Dado and zero-clearance throat plate accessories are expensive.
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Great Saw, Very Versitile, and Portable
By Lowe's Guest from Omaha, NE, USA on Jan 09, 2015
I bought this saw for general projects around the house. I don''t have a designated shop area so I needed something that could be folded up and tucked out of the way. i''ve cut a lot of wood, both hard and soft woods, along with pallet boards and reclaimed timbers. The saw has enough power and is stable enough to handle some sizeable pieces. The only knock I have is the play in the fence. Once the front of the fence is secure, the back of the fence has about 1/8 to 1/4 inch worth of plan in it. it''s not a cabinet saw so i wasn''t expecting perfection, just something to be aware of when purchasing.
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Not Norm''s contractor saw
By Lowe's Guest from far far away on Jan 05, 2015
Not the best, not the worst. For framing, rough cuts (not cabinet, finish work), limited on space, and as a beginner saw this is a good buy. For the rest of us... as with any contractor saw stand will jiggle to some degree and the Kobalt is no exception. You CAN "fit" up to 7/16 stacked dado in it although what''s the point at that size? No availability of a ZCI (Zero Clearance Insert) which would''ve saved a few pieces of expensive trim I destroyed. Only an 1/8 inch of clearance between the table top and the blade insert tabs which leaves you producing unnecessarily complicated/unsafe DIY ZCIs. Also, although pleasing to the eye... on the end of the blade insert there is a transition in the material coinciding with the painted sections and the bare metal portion(s). Sometimes material can snag while being passed through the saw. this should be changed to a smooth piece. Of course the miter gauge is trash (buy an INCRA). The fence is a "U" shaped abomination with the open end up allowing you to handy store your push stick. this must''ve been a real hit with the marketing guys, not taking into account that a feather board held in place by a spring clamp will bend the ends of the "U" together, changing the angle of the fence in relation to the blade. Its also a huge pain to make adjustments, hang-ups while sliding, two levers, back lever can''t be disengaged without sliding out the rear (post cut) extension. If it locked in place using a single front lever things might be better. The kerf knife was bent out of the box, causing cut material to bind on it on the way through the saw. Bend it back, ask for a new one... easy fix, the choice is yours. The saw serves its purpose. don''t expect to do all the fancy things that Norm can do with this Kobalt... that''s not what this saw was made for. If the fence was of better (standard) quality, if the gap between the insert tabs and table were at least 5/8 and/or Kobalt had single blade ZCI and dado ZCIs waiting for us, and if the arbor would positively support a 3/4 dado I would''ve looked past the other downfalls and kept this saw singing its praises to everyone I know. Simple things that the designers can alter. Other than the above gripes... I like it. Folds up easy, transports well, nice color, easy on the pocket book. Its that awkward new kid at school that means well but can’t get it right on the simple stuff. You just want to pat him on the head and say, “keep your chin up kid and try again tomorrow”.
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Decent for sale price
By Your Name from Location on Dec 12, 2014
Casual Do-It-Yourselfer
The saw is decent for about $******. Unfortunately the rip fence locks from the front and the back, making square rip cuts and issue
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By Lowe's Guest from on Dec 04, 2014
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Great saw, great price!
By Lowe's Guest from Illinois, USA on Dec 03, 2014
Wow, unbelievable at how easy this saw was to put together. Took me about 20 minutes and it was ready to go. It is very easy to pop the table up into place and easy to get it down, and it barely takes up any storage space. The fence has both top and bottom locks, which I prefer, however, if your someone who moves it a lot, you might not. Blade is easy to change and the tools to change them are stored on the side. At 199, you can''t beat the price.
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