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Ryobi has surprised us with the launch of 3 new 18V cordless woodworking power tools – a track saw, table saw, and a new miter saw.

All 3 tools are part of Ryobi’s growing 18V One+ HP lineup of brushless tools.

These are all also first-ever tools for Ryobi.

Ryobi 18V HP Cordless Track Saw (PTS01)


Ryobi says that the new 18V cordless 6-1/2″ track saw can powerfully rip through materials with control and accuracy, without the hassle or inconvenience of a cord.

It can cut up to 260 linear feet of material per charge when powered with a 4Ah High Performance battery.

The saw has a 1-15/16″ max cutting depth at 90° (with track), and -1° to 48° bevel range.

According to press materials, the saw provides 55″ rip capacity with the (2) included tracks, and additional tracks can be added for extended cutting capacity. Each track has a length of 27.5″.

Note: My experience with track saws would have me caution that 55″ of rip capacity might be clumsy on a 55″ track. A 55″ track is a comfortable length for 48″ and slightly longer cuts.

Key Features Specs

  • 6-1/2″ blade size
  • Brushless motor
  • 4,300 RPM
  • Riving knife
  • -1° – 48° bevel range
  • 1-15/16″ max cutting capacity at 90° (with track)
  • Adjustable depth control knob
  • Depth scale
  • Dust port with 1-1/4″ and 1-7/8″ compatibility
  • Track and anti-tip adjustments

The tool-only, PTS01B, comes with a 40T carbide-tipped blade, (2) 27.5″ tracks, (2) track connection bars, track clamp, blade wrench, and track wrench.

The kit, PTS01K, also comes with a charger and 18V 4Ah High Performance battery.

Price: $329 for tool-only, $399 for the kit ETA: April 2022

Ryobi 18V HP Cordless Table Saw (PBKTS01)


The new Ryobi 18V One+ HP brushless table saw features a 8-1/4″ blade size and up to 12″ of rip capacity.

Ryobi says that the table saw can rip to 240 linear feet of material per charge with (2) 4Ah High Performance batteries.

Key Features Specs

  • 8-1/4″ blade
  • 4,500 RPM
  • 12″ rip cut capacity (right of blade)
  • Steel frame for durability and strength
  • Adjustable Self-aligning fence
  • Lower fence for cutting thin materials
  • On-board storage for push stick and accessories

The tool-only, PBLTS01B, comes with the saw, push stick, blade guard with anti-kickback pawls, 24T carbide-tipped blade, rip fence, miter gauge, and blade wrenches.

The kit, PBLTS01K, also comes with a charger and (2) 18V 4Ah High Performance batteries.

Price: $339 for tool-only, $399 for the kit ETA: April 2022

Ryobi 18V HP 10″ Cordless Miter Saw (PBLMS01)


The new Ryobi 18V One+ HP brushless 10″ sliding miter saw offers 12″ max cross-cutting capacity, a 47° miter range, and single bevel adjustment.

Ryobi says that their new cordless miter saw can makes up to 550 cuts per charge with a High Performance 4Ah battery.

Key Features Specs

  • 10″ blade size
  • 4,100 RPM
  • 12″ max cross-cutting capacity at 90°
  • 47° miter range (left and right)
  • 0-45° single bevel range
  • LED cut line indicator
  • 1-1/4″ dust port
  • Carrying handle
  • Material support wings

The tool-only, PBLMS01B, comes with a 40T carbide-tipped blade, work clamp, blade wrench, and dust bag.

The kit, PBLMS01K, also comes with a charger and 18V 4Ah High Performance battery.

Price: $349 for tool-only, $399 for the kit ETA: April 2022

Ryobi 18V cordless power tools are available exclusively at Home Depot.


Ryobi describes their new cordless track saw as being one of their most requested 18V One+ tools, but I think the same could also be said about the new cordless table saw and 10″ sliding miter saw.

In the competitive space, Craftsman recently announced a new line of Brushless RP cordless power tools at Lowe’s, featuring 7 tools that only seem to have received revamped branding and just 1 new tool – an oscillating multi-tool.

I shared my opinion that Craftsman’s RP tools are a tough sell, and Ryobi’s new 18V HP expansion of brushless woodworking saws reinforces my point.

Ryobi seems to be listening to their users and giving them exactly what they want. Competitors will have to step their game in response.

As for the tools, it’s interesting that the new Ryobi track saw comes with (2) 27.5″ tracks. This is undoubtedly to help with packaging and shipping considerations. I would presume that additional track sections will be sold separately, at least online.

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