TTS1400 Track Saw
A versatile, feature packed tool with easy mode selection, set-up and safety features
The Triton toggles easily between cutting, scoring, and blade-change mode. It also has an anti-kickback mechanism and can lock into the track—handy for steep bevel cuts—with the turn of a dial. Unfortunately, when using the scoring function, I could never get the second cut to line up perfectly with the first. I also didn’t like how the kickback stop needed to be manually overridden every time I slid the saw backward. It’s especially tedious because the knob is located in a hard-to-reach spot under the motor. The Triton has a good selection of features, but its overall design makes it a difficult and frustrating saw to use. On the plus side, it’s the second-least-expensive saw in the test.