Bosch GTS 10 J 254mm Table Saw
Bosch GTS 10 J 254mm Table Saw
£349.96 (£291.63 Ex. VAT)

Bosch GTS 10 J 254mm Table Saw

Code: 501851

  • High performance, precise and compact with many features
  • 1,800W motor with soft start and overload protection
  • Durable, all steel lightweight base with built-in handles
  • Expanding aluminium table top cut width up to 460mm
  • 47°-0-2° blade tilt (depth 79mm at 90°, 56mm at 45°)
  • Precise Squarelock™ rip fence, clear calibrations and quick set-up
  • Storage areas for cable and fences etc.
  • Supplied with TCT saw blade, mitre fence and service tools
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Frequently Bought Together

  • Bosch GTS 10 J 254mm Table Saw
  • Bosch GTA 600 Legstand for GTS 10 J Table Saw
  • Axcaliber Premium TCT Saw Blade 254mm x 3.2mm x 30mm x 60T
Total: £510.85
Description

In Detail

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High performance, compact and powerful soft start 254mm table saw designed for trade and home users, in the workshop and on site, fitted with an all steel lightweight base for durability. Impressive range of features and cut with a cleverly designed extending table with calibrated scales, cutting up to 460mm width, precise Squarelock™ rip fence and mitre fence, 1,800W motor with soft start and overload protection. Blade tilt range 47°-0°-2° with quick adjustment, height adjusted with a front hand wheel. There is on-board storage for the cable and other accessories so you have everything to hand. Integrated handles on the machine base frame make it easy to transport and store. Supplied with 24T tungsten tipped saw blade, mitre fence, push stick and 60-40mm dust adaptor.

Specification

Specification

Blade Tilt -2° to 47°
Dust Extraction Outlet 60mm
Max Depth of Cut @ 45deg 56 mm
Max Depth of Cut @ 90deg 79 mm
Max Ripping Width 460 mm
Max Width of Cut with Fence 460mm
Model GTS 10 J
Nett Weight 26kg
Overall L x W x H 642 x 572 x 330mm
Power 1.8kW 230V
Rating Industrial
Table Height 330mm
Table Size 642 x 572mm
Table Size With Extensions 642mm x 780mm
Voltage 230V
Blade Diameter 254 mm
Bore Size 30 mm
Reviews (11)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4 out of 5 based on 11 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews

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Darren Thomas

15 June 2017

Ok, but not great

I bought this some time back for the various bits I needed doing around the house. I replaced the blade with a Freud fairly early and the cut performance was much better.

Most frustrating of course is the crap mitre slot size (non standard) and even worse mitre gauge that comes with it. Maybe you shouldn't expect fine carpentry level cutting, but at bare minimum you should get "not flapping about". The fact that I can't pop the Incra V27 gauge I was gifted in to it is most frustrating.

On top of this, the "Squarelock™" rip fence.... isn't? It's remarkably easy to get the fence out of alignment before you tighten it down. I've just gotten used to moving the fence, tapping the far end back a fraction and that being about right.

If I had the space and used it more (I'm a DIYer, not yet a hobbyist carpenter) I'd have either a) bought a proper tablesaw or b) made a new top for this so that I could make a better fence and standard mitre slot.

Overall it works, it cuts things, the cuts are clean and its not given me any mechanical problems.
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Steve Wotton

16 March 2017

4 months and broke

Saw does what it says on the box. I'm a kitchen fitter and need accuracy. Unfortunately some of the components are should we say sub standard i.e. What should be metal are plastic. My saw won't drop down in blade height.
Spoke too Bosch who weren't much help other than we offer a collection service and it maybe ready a week later but they weren't sure. When I use the saw on a daily basis I found that a frustrating
answer.
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Phil Hayton

5 January 2017

Great for the small workshop

I have a small Shed/Workshop so the fact that the saw is compact suits my needs. I bought the folding stand with it, so it is easy to move to give space in the workshop. The big downside, as others have mentioned, is the non standard mitre gauge slot's. The mitre gauge is rubbish and third party gauges will not fit. You have to get into Jig making, ie. Crosscut and mitre sledges etc.
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Mike

1 January 2017

Great saw for a home workshop

I am very happy with this saw. I second the previous reviews about the mitre gauge. It's a poor product from a big company. However the saw its self I think is fantastic. It's easily movable and easy to set up. (Im a complete novice and have discovered carpentry for a hobby.) It's very sturdy, no cheep little bits that wobble or flex. Overall very happy with it.
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SteveB

21 August 2016

OK-ish

Good build quality let down by some silly design flaws. I agree with other comments about the next to useless mitre gauge. You watch YouTube videos of the guys in their workshops in the US, with table saws the size of tennis courts, all using a standard 3/4" (or 19mm) mitre slot. Why oh why can't European manufacturers do the same. I'd love to be able to use the UKJ mitre guide but of course, it won't fit. Also, I second the comments about standardisation of dust extraction ports. On such an important health issue, I'd have thought there'd be better co-operation. And why isn't the connecting hose supplied? Other than these two minor rants, a reasonable saw, sufficiently portable (luggable) for the small workshop (where the saw has to live on its side out of the way. The rip fence, with it's locking both ends feature, is sturdy and inspires confidence and stores conveniently underneath the table.

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