Grizzly Tool’s Polar Bear Hybrid TableSaw G0715P

Check out Grizzly Tools  new Hybrid Tablesaw  in dazzling white with an incredible introductory price. Introductory price is $758

The 715 takes the best of cabinet and contractors and rolls it into a single package

Get the best of both contractor style and cabinet style table saws with this Polar Bear Series Hybrid Table Saw. You get the easy-to-transport weight and size of a high-end contractor saw, but with the dust control and full features of a cabinet saw. Just like our other table saws, this hybrid also has a quick-change blade guard, but with anti kickback pawls that can be positioned away from the workpiece. The interchangeable true riving knife offers protection for operations that require you to remove the blade guard such as non-through cutting operations. Add a serpentine belt and pulley system and you’ve got a saw that will be the envy in any shop or work-site.


  • Motor: 2 HP, 110V/220V, single-phase, prewired to 220V
  • Amps: 16/8
  • Precision-ground cast iron table w/wings
  • Measures: 27″D x 40″W
  • Table height: 34″
  • Foot print: 191/2″L x 211/2″W
  • Arbor: 5/8″
  • Arbor speed: 3850 RPM
  • Capacity @ 90°: 31/8″
  • Capacity @ 45°: 23/16″
  • Rip capacity: 30″ right, 12″ left
  • Quick change between riving knife and splitter guard
  • Overall size: 60″L x 36″W x 40″H
  • Approximate shipping weight: 414 lbs.


  • White powder coated paint on cabinet
  • Precision ground cast iron table
  • Cast iron trunnions
  • 4″ dust port
  • T-slot miter gauge
  • Camlock T-shaped fence with HDPE face
  • Easy glide fence system
  • Quick release riving knife and blade guard assembly
  • Knurled knobs for adjusting fence
  • Includes regular as well as dado blade table inserts
  • Device on blade guard allows enabling or disabling of anti-kickback pawls
  • Poly-V serpentine belt drive

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