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SawStop Announces New Model: Jobsite Saw PRO

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Tualatin, Oregon – September 4, 2019:  SawStop today announced the launch of their new Jobsite Saw PRO table saw. The upgraded PRO model carries forward all the features that established the original Jobsite Saw as a class leader, including SawStop’s contact detection technology, while adding new capabilities optimized for the construction and woodworking professional.

The original Jobsite Saw debuted in 2015 to positive reviews. Rob Robillard with ToolBoxBuzz called it “pure innovation with premium features, functionality and compact portability.” Gary Katz with ThisIsCarpentry wrote, “The folks at SawStop really went all-out to engineer a stellar tool. They succeeded.” Frequently praised features include one-turn elevation, squeeze-to-tilt balanced trunnion, and an onboard accessory storage drawer.

The PRO model adds to the long feature list, including:

  • A New Active Dust Collection Blade Guard (now included with saw)
  • New 24.5”+ deep table surface
  • New quick-change High/Low T-Glide Fence face

SawStop’s CEO Matt Howard is excited about the PRO model. “SawStop works to protect people from injury, but we also work to inspire our customers with innovations that make a difference in their daily work. We’ve been listening to our customers, and these upgrades are our responses to their requests. We can’t wait for people to get their hands on the new PRO model.”

The new Jobsite Saw PRO is available today at authorized SawStop dealer locations across the USA and Canada. USD retail $1,399, CAD retail $1,850.

About SawStop Table Saws:
SawStop, established in 1999, is the world leader in table saw safety. Each SawStop saw stops and retracts the blade on contact with skin. The company’s saws are designed to minimize saw-related injuries and the costs associated with them.  Learn more at www.sawstop.com


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