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DEWALT 4 -3/8 in. Wet/Dry Hand-Held Tile Cutter
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DEWALT

4 -3/8 in. Wet/Dry Hand-Held Tile Cutter

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The DEWALT 4 -3/8 in. Wet/Dry Handheld Tile Cutter has a 10.8 Amp motor that delivers the power to cut through granite, porcelain, concrete and other stone materials with ease. Featuring a premium 4-3/8 in. diamond blade, you can cut ceramics and stone materials up to 3 centimeters deep - wet or dry- and with the 13 in. water line that feeds water to the blade, dust is decreased for exceptional blade performance and life. The blade bevels to 45° for quick angled cuts and depth of cut is adjustable for cutting at a range of depths. Comfortable to use with an overmold grip, this cutter also has lock-on button for less downtime during production cuts.

  • 10.8 Amp 1300-Watt motor delivers exceptional cutting power
  • Compact and lightweight 6.6 lb. design
  • 13,000 RPM max no load speed
  • Bevels to 45° for quick and precise angle cuts
  • Adjustable depth of cut allows users to cut at various depths
  • Dust sealed switch protects from contamination for long-lasting durability
  • Convenient lock-on button for production cuts means less downtime
  • Rubber overmold grip for user comfort
  • Includes: 4 -3/8 in. wet/dry handheld tile cutter, 12 ft. water line and regulator, 4-3/8 in. DEWALT diamond blade, 2 wrenches and instruction manual
  • 1-year warranty
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Does the water tube connect to a standard garden hose?

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Yes, works very well.
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May 15, 2016
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Yes, the water regulator has female threads to receive male end of a garden hose.
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Can I use the Dewalt 4 inch masonry saw on other materials? wood, plywood. Can I just use a different saw blade?

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April 22, 2016
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This blade is meant for building stone such as marble, granite, travertine, and limestone, cast stone, concrete block, glass block.
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No, you can not use a 4" masonry saw on other materials.
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Does it cut 45 degree angles?

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Can cut Quartz countertop

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Sure, but remember, you are holding the saw and need to be steady...also I am not sure it would cut deep enough if the quartz or granite were very thick but the saw is powerful and the blade is a stone/porcelain grade blade.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Powerful Little Machine Very powerful for its size. Cuts easily through 3/4" granite. A couple of things prevent me from giving it five full stars though: 1) there is no guide, nor can I figure out how I can build my own to attach as a guide. 2) the little valve to turn the water on and off at the machine has no effect - it is 'on' no matter its position. 3) the fitting at the hose leaks a little so I have to make sure that it is on the lawn so I don't waste water. :) The saw comes with a really long cord that then has an in-line GFI that you can confirm is working at the start of your job - nice! July 26, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not for tile work. will chip your tile Good idea for a tool but it comes with a really bad blade for tile work, it will chip your tile. the water connection is a joke. very toy like water valve and hardly any water pressure. it went back! August 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A GREAT LITTLE SAW I bought this saw to be able to cut tile in a more curved manor and to be able to cut pieces that would not fit on my table top tile saw. This little saw works great, and while the plastic fitting to add cooling water to the cutting process works well, I do wish less things were made of plastic and more durable materials were used. All in all, this is a high quality saw and it works very well. July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome tile saw! I have used other saws before but the dewalt wet dry tile saw worked perfectly made cutting mrecomend counter tops easy and.my tile floors look perfect. The lock out mechanisms on the trigger.allows you to keep a steady pressure using both hands without adding extra pressure ... If this saw will work for me after a full day at work and make it this easy I highly recommend September 25, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product for great price Precise and easy to handle. Ideal for working in small places or next to other workers. Dust free because of water pick. Makeing regrouting and tiling very easy and fast. Overall highly recommended January 12, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by On par with the Ryobi, returned both Had some 2 x 4 foot tiles to cut so tried this DeWalt after not being happy with the Ryobi. It cut a bit better but the shut off valve was fairly flimsy plastic and in no position did it actually shut off the water. I tried cutting 4 tiles with it and gave up. That tile is going to Habit Restore and switched to smaller marble tiles. Bottom line, overpriced for what it is and why can't they make a good brass valve that actually shuts of the water? January 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great with small "issues" The DEWALT wet saw is great. I went to HomeDepot.com and saw this product. No one carries it in store, so I had to order it online and wait for it to arrive (about a week). In the box, comes a tile saw. However, I am cutting concrete blocks (for a retaining wall, for example), so I had to go back and buy a saw to cut concrete. I bought a 4.5 inch blade, which did NOT fit. SO I returned that one and bought a 4 inch version (fit like a charm). After hooking up the "wet" mechanism and turning on the water, I found that even in the "off" position, water kept coming out. Additionally, the plastic water tube falls off of the on/off valve fairly easily. That being said, I was able to cut concrete really easily (with the water flowing). To cut 4 inch concrete, you have to cut on all sides and then use a hammer and chisel to finalize the cut. It works out. The trigger is pressure sensitive. So the harder you squeeze, the faster the blade spins. One hand operation is possible, but becomes tiresome Feels really sturdy and powerful! It's a good saw. May 10, 2013
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