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Small in size - Big in value

Small in size – Big in value

For DIYers, renovators and carpenters who don’t work exclusively in a workshop, a portable jobsite table saw is essential. For hobbyist woodworkers who do work in small shops where space is at a premium, a jobsite saw can be an excellent investment.

The King Canada KC-5100NS table saw with folding stand provides an excellent blend of performance, precision, portability and price.


  • Powerful 15 amp heavy-duty motor
  • Large 22-1/4″ x 28-3/4″ cast aluminum table with extendable rails
  • 25″ rip capacity to the right of the blade
  • Blade tilts 0° to 45° with detents for versatile angle cutting
  • Low profile fence extension for cutting thin and narrow stock
  • Electromechanical safety switch with line voltage interruption
  • Folding stand with large 8″ wheels for portability
  • Comes with 10″ x 40 tooth general purpose blade, rip fence, mitre gauge, standard and dado table inserts, push stick and wrenches

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  1. I read about this compact saw with interest. It was less of a review and more of an ad. I I’m looking to buy my first table saw. I then clicked through to King’s website where there was a full page ad but no price. I then clicked through to dealers who may or may not have this particular model The link took me to their home pages, not a single one lead to this saw. Four links were broken. By this time I have begun to lose any interest in buying this saw. Price is an important criteria for me along with the features. Is the mrsp a secret? Is it something that can only be discussed in person? I live a distance from any of these dealers. Not the best way to sell a product. After 30 minutes I just gave up. Just my opinion.

  2. I agree with Kelly. King is its own worst enemy or sales promoter. I have been interested in several of their products but after chasing things around the internet to find a price or dealer lose interest and have bought elswhere

  3. Don’t know what the problem is. It’s in the King Spring flyer for $399.99
    Took me 1 min to look up price

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