Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 62
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ClaraB Great Saw for the $$
Bought this Saw to do a few finish projects in a new house. Bought specificially for a glass tile kitchen project and purchased special glass saw which cost about half of the Saw, but worth it and neccessary for glass tiles.
Setup is quick and easy out of the box, I thought the battery operated laser would be cheesy, but worked GREAT and very helpful. Saw is perfect for DIY projects and easy to store. Great buy to come with table, laser and works good. Clean up really easy.
REALLY happy with this would recommend it, I purchased it during an online special price and no shipping costs so I am really happy and ready for more projects.
October 20, 2009
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by slamndan goood saw finally gave up
had this saw for 8 years before it died. this saw made me more than 50,000$. haven't seen a product do that yet. thanks Husky
April 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by oscarf Good Choice
I needed an 18" diagonal cut. I tried a bridge saw first but was displeased with the quality of product. This one did not appear to be able to. The salesman showed me it could.
The sliding platform does hang like other reviews state.
The arm holding the saw does limit the overhang on the left edge.
The guide is a weak spot in my opinion, but for straight cuts it is good. I use a carpenter speed square for 45 degree angles.
The laser is easy to align.
The blade cover is removable without tools.
Most screws and adjustments are wing nuts and finger knobs.
The sliding guide extends forward for handling larger tiles.
So far, I am pleased.
Overall - good design.
I am pleased
March 3, 2009
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by tilesniper Husky 7" Wet Saw THD950L
The size is nice and the motor is strong. I have gone through three or four blades and prefer the DeWalt, which has the least amount of noise and chatter. I have the same problems everyone else does that uses it often: keeping the tray square and dealing with the rubber water guard at the rear. I also find the oil reservoir hard to get to and small.
But the biggest problem now is the water pump is clogged/shot and I cannot pry it open or buy a replacement. I am working with Home Depot on a replacement but am in the middle of a project and it has ground me to a halt. Will let you know how the Depot handles it.
November 24, 2009
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by wcsd Good saw
I've used this saw occasionally, and it has served me well enough. Lightweight enough for small jobs but powerful and durable to be able to cut standard glazed floor tile all day without a problem. I still have the original blade and it could use a new one, but still cuts well enough without an obscene amount of chipping, good enough for my purposes which is occasional small tile jobs.
Just clean it properly and don't leave it outside to rot and it should last long enough and cut straight. I did have a couple issues with the hoses and cords binding up against the tray but a couple of zip ties solved the problem quickly.
All in all a good little saw if you are cutting 12" and smaller tile, even regularly.
July 9, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by EK2009 Not satisfied.
We purchased this saw because of the reviews and sale price, but we would have done much better by spending the extra money. We had a DIY tile job in a basement bathroom and needed a saw to make bevel cuts and were using 18" X 18" tiles; we were not successful with this saw. This saw does not handle large tiles at all; you have to make a partial cut, then pull the tile back, and then turn it around to cut it again! Also the table on it is too small, the leveler isn't level, and if you are using anything other than ceramic tiles it does a miserably poor job cutting it at all. We are not pleased at all. We have a cheap $30 floor saw that works a thousand times better. We are very disappointed and would not recommend this to anyone.
December 5, 2009
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Night A Little Disapointed
I used this for a small 36" vanitiy counter top with ceramic tiles. I made aprox 66 cuts the longest 6.5 inches. The blade started chipping tiles at 52 cuts. Cutting really slow.
The lazer stopped working while the saw ran at the 37 th cut, shut the motor off lazer worked fine. Wouldn't work while running. Did change batteries.
The splash gaurd on the end catches platform and tile which allows water to sray on the floor. The pan should be longer or the saw shoud mount more o the center.
I decided to eat the cost of a Rigid look for the review there..
March 24, 2009
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by RodinNH Husky 7" Wet tile Saw with Laser and Stand
This tile saw is an excellent value and works very well considering it's price range. The sliding table works good and moves with little effort, only problem is the splash guard at the rear of the saw sometimes hangs on the table when you retract after a cut. This a minor problem and can be easily corrects with a utility knife.
The saw is easy to clean up after use and is very portable, easily breaking down into saw with water tray and stand as separate pieces. The weight of the unit is just right, easy to handle but heavy enough to make cuts with confidence.
October 19, 2009