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QEP

Model 22650Q

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3/4 HP Wet Tile Saw with 7 in. Diamond Blade

$99.00 /each
  • Creates accurate, repetative cuts
  • Designed to keep your work space dry
  • Rubber foot pad for stability

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The QEP 650XT 3/4 HP 120-Volt Wet Tile Saw features a powerful 3/4 HP motor that generates up to 3,600 RPM to cut ceramic tile, porcelain tile, marble, granite and stone. Its 7 in. continuous rim diamond blade is positioned for cutting depths up to 1-1/4 in., and the table tilts for 22.5-degree and 45-degree miter cuts. The saw's durable steel table and frame have rubber foot pads for stability, and its rip and angle cutting guides make accurate and repeat cuts easy. The water recirculation system and reservoir are designed to help keep your work area dry.

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  • Powerful 3/4 HP motor generates up to 3,600 RPM for the most demanding installation jobs
  • Cuts ceramic tile, porcelain tile, marble, granite and stone
  • Durable steel table and frame with rubber foot pads for stability
  • 7 in. continuous rim diamond blade positioned for cutting depths up to 1-1/4 in.
  • Table tilts for 22.5-degree and 45-degree miter cuts
  • Rip and angle cutting guides make accurate and repeat cuts easy
  • Water recirculation system and reservoir designed to keep work area dry
  • Flat table design provides unlimited tile size for rip and diagonal cuts
  • 8 in. table extension is included for use on either side to support large tiles when cutting
  • This table-top saw does not include a floor stand
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does this come w/ a blade?

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Mr. Lee in Clev
April 30, 2012
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March 5, 2014
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yes, blade included
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March 9, 2013
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Yes it does
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January 8, 2013
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A diamond coated tile blade is included and must be installed by the user when the saw is unpacked. Assembly is required. Good luck!
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November 5, 2012
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yes
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Berkeley, CA, USA
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October 5, 2012
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Yes. A pretty good one at that. I'm cutting 12x24" Porcelain tiles and it's handling them quite well.
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Yes
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July 20, 2012
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Yes
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June 30, 2012
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Yes
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La Mesa, CA, USA
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June 24, 2012
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Came with a diamond tip blade and worked well.
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Sun City Center, FL, USA
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May 16, 2012
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Yes, this is why I chose this saw. You will have no problem cutting L5 Porcelain. Porcelain is really tough to cut because it is so hard. Porcelain makes a beautiful floor. The Porcelain we chose looks like weathered stone. It's really beautiful and was only $1.85 SF. Check out the picture of a room we just completed. Take your time and do it right. What I mean by that is make certain you adjust your Read More
Yes, this is why I chose this saw. You will have no problem cutting L5 Porcelain. Porcelain is really tough to cut because it is so hard. Porcelain makes a beautiful floor. The Porcelain we chose looks like weathered stone. It's really beautiful and was only $1.85 SF. Check out the picture of a room we just completed. Take your time and do it right. What I mean by that is make certain you adjust your center tile so your outside perimeter tiles will be the correct size. Take extra time to make those custom cuts and when you are done you won't believe that you did it yourself. It will look very professional. I made 40 custom cuts on the outside perimeter of the room and after I made the cuts I had to look very closely at the tile to see where I made the cut. That's a testament to the quality of the blade and also to the quality of the porcelain tile.
If you’ve never done this before remember that nothing good comes easy so go for it.
Have fun.
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May 4, 2012
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The QEP 650XT 3/4 HP 120-Volt Wet Tile Saw comes with a 7'' blade. However, if you are cutting a hard tile such as porcelain, granite or marble you may want to look into purchasing an additional blade such as the 7'' Black Widow. It is designed for quick cutting of hard tile without wobble or chipping. It will reduce your project time with the speediness of the cut as well as the durability and Read More
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The QEP 650XT 3/4 HP 120-Volt Wet Tile Saw comes with a 7'' blade. However, if you are cutting a hard tile such as porcelain, granite or marble you may want to look into purchasing an additional blade such as the 7'' Black Widow. It is designed for quick cutting of hard tile without wobble or chipping. It will reduce your project time with the speediness of the cut as well as the durability and longer life of the blade.
Hope this helps. Should you have any additional questions please feel free to contact us. Thank you for choosing QEP! Read Less
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May 1, 2012
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My tile doesn't go past the blade guard screws and bracket.

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GailAnn
Melbourne beach, FL
November 4, 2012
When my tile got to the screws that hold the blade guard bracket it stopped. It also was hitting against the guard bracket at the back. the bracket seems to be a bent toward the left from the bottom, not a true 90 degrees.
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Doneaster
Columbus, GA, USA
July 11, 2013
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I had the same problem until I figured out that the rip fence must be precisely positioned at both the front and the rear so that your cut is perfectly straight.Also the guard bracket must be correctly installed in the right position, if not it will bind the blade, I hope this helps.
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June 11, 2013
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The screws are supposed to be mounted underneath.
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I would call the store for a replacement tile saw, and hopefully they will. Then when you get the new one set up to cut, "FIRST THING" you must and should do!... when measuring for the cut, use a measuring tape to measure, and measure the closest point of blade to you to the fence, then farthest point of blade to the fence, and make sure they are the same then lock down the fence. THEN the "SECOND THING" Read More
I would call the store for a replacement tile saw, and hopefully they will. Then when you get the new one set up to cut, "FIRST THING" you must and should do!... when measuring for the cut, use a measuring tape to measure, and measure the closest point of blade to you to the fence, then farthest point of blade to the fence, and make sure they are the same then lock down the fence. THEN the "SECOND THING" you must do!.. Measure the blade guard bracket for the same distance, using the same way as first step. BY DOING THIS...You stop the guard from blocking the stone from being cut. Read Less
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April 9, 2013
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You either have the screws mounted in the wrong place, the go under the table or the bracket is not centered. It may be bent, it is not really a quality bracket and may have to be aligned to the center of the cut.
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March 29, 2013
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I had the same problem. My brother and I worked on it for ten minutes to get it to line up as closely as possible with the blade. Even then it was a tight squeeze. I would look for another saw and would be willing to pay for more quality.
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March 17, 2013
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With she saw unplugged bend the bracket so the cut will not hit.
Loosen and readjust the bracket. The screws should be below the table.
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March 9, 2013
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You have it on incorrectly. You must lift the entire right side plate (the one over the water reservoir) up and off. Loosen (don't remove!) the screws and slide the bracket UNDER the left metal plate into a slot, then screw the screws back down tight.
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When storing the tile saw there is this problem of the saw falling over onto the guard bending it to one side or the other. If the screws can be loosened try to realign then retighten. Or if this doesent work, try bending the guard back realigning it to be inline with the blade and not protruding to either side of the cut. Also to keep this from happening again, try not to allow the tile saw to rest on Read More
When storing the tile saw there is this problem of the saw falling over onto the guard bending it to one side or the other. If the screws can be loosened try to realign then retighten. Or if this doesent work, try bending the guard back realigning it to be inline with the blade and not protruding to either side of the cut. Also to keep this from happening again, try not to allow the tile saw to rest on the guard when storing. Good luck! Read Less
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November 5, 2012
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Don't put the bracket on the deck this prevents the screws from being counter sunk. Remove the section where you fill the water and SLIDE THE BRACKET UNDER THE DECK and then the screws will be counter sunk and not be in the way.
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November 5, 2012
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Hi Gail
Had the same problem with mine but some minor adjusting will get it to work. Loosen the screws holding the blade guard down then set a straight edge on both sides of the blade and the bracket to center it to the blade and tighten the screws. Make sure the bracket is actually straight, mine was kind of bent so I put it on a flat steel surface and hammered it to a true 90.
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Chicago IL
November 5, 2012
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Hello GailAnn and thank you for you question.
GailAnn you got your blade guard incorrectly installed.Guard is suppose to be installed with the L section under the deck and screwed from the top to where screws are recessed in to the slots.
See attached image for installation details.
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where do you put the water

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August 15, 2012
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August 3, 2013
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Lift up the right side of the table and pour it in. Stay about a 1/8 inch below the overflow port.
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Doneaster
Columbus, GA, USA
July 11, 2013
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The water is poured into the bottom of the saw. If you look closely in the bottom you'll see a square over flow hole, the water must be filled up to just below this hole.
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March 29, 2013
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just put it in the yellow part of the housing. Fill it up to the hole that lets the excess drain out.
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March 17, 2013
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Lift the right side of the table (top). Poor water in, if you add too much the excess will come out of overflow hole.
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March 9, 2013
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Under the right side metal plate. When you get the saw, the accessories are tucked in here, so it's hard to miss :-)
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A water trough is located beneath the metal table top. The table top is hinged on one side and held by a metal clip on the other side. It is really no problem to lift and remove the top. Just be patient and not bend the top when raising and lowering it. You will need to recheck and add water every 5-10 minutes of use. Good Luck!
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November 5, 2012
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when you installed the blade, you had to remove the right side section. That is where you place the water.
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There is a reservoir in the base that holds the water and it is caught by the bottom of the blade.
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Small reserve under the blade.
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September 8, 2012
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Do not buy this saw...If you do not know were the water go's...How are you going to set tile? Hire a Licensed Tile Contractor.
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I have attached the owners manual and you can also download it here: http://www.qep.com/products.php?c=1&cat=1&sub=17&prod=439
Page 9 shows a figure of where to put the water. Remove the right side of the cutting table and fill the water reservoir. I hope this helps, should you have any further questions please call our QEP Customer Service at (866) 435-8665. Thank you for choosing QEP!
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Does it have a stand?

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No stand is provided
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No stand. Size wise think of two briefcases (empty because it not that heavy) glued together.
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no u mus make one. it is small only about 16" x 16"
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May 13, 2014
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no, you have to purchase a stand or use a couple of saw horses and some wood.
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NO stand but if you have a workmate or small table it is perfect. It is very portable and easy to use.
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No stand, but I used a supported cardboard box and it worked fine. Kind of a low-brow solution, but it is light-weight and has "grippy" footings, so you should be fine. The stands they come with look kind of flimsy anyway.
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No
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No, it doesn't have a stand.
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Thank you for your inquiry.
Our 650XT tile saw does not come with a stand. This is a meant for use on a stable work table or work surface.
Our larger saws such as the 61024 24" professional tile saw, the 60020S 24" dual speed tile saw, the 83230Q 30" professional bridge saw and the 83200Q 24" bridge saw all have stands.
If you have any questions please call our Customer Service (866) 435-8665.
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Thank you for your inquiry.
Our 650XT tile saw does not come with a stand. This is a meant for use on a stable work table or work surface.
Our larger saws such as the 61024 24" professional tile saw, the 60020S 24" dual speed tile saw, the 83230Q 30" professional bridge saw and the 83200Q 24" bridge saw all have stands.
If you have any questions please call our Customer Service (866) 435-8665.
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Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 240 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Get's the job done For an inexpensive wet saw, it does what it's supposed to do. The motor it a tad weak so you must feed rather slowly or it'll bog down, not a huge issue. The slide out extension is a good idea but it slides a bit too easily so don't push against the fence too hard or it'll try to move while cutting. Other than those few issues, I was able to complete some pretty intricate cuts for my bathroom remodel. June 7, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Frustrated I needed an inexpensive wet saw to cut through a backsplash job using porcelain tile. First impression is that this is cheaply made. There are kids toys on the market made out of stronger plastic than this tool. While installing the blade, I quickly realized it makes contact with the cutting table instead of freely spinning as it should, because the blade is warped. Still, I kept installing (to see if this changed). Step two is securing the blade guard. Two turns of the screw and the fastener crumbled. The screws are too short to fasten anyway once you've added the thickness of the blade guard base. Returning on the same day. QEP is crazy if they think this is worth a hundred dollars. July 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awsome tool for the money Was hesitant about the purchase but didn't want to be on a time crunch meeting the rental time frame for a saw. The saw worked great. Easy to use and seems to be very durable despite the cost. Planning on using this saw till its wore out then purchase another! July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked like a champ I bought this saw for my first attempt at tiling and it worked great. I had a tricky tile to cut, marble herringbone mosaic, but this saw made cutting it a piece of cake. For the price this saw cut like a champ. February 22, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Absolute garbage, no power Set saw up [as per instructions], turn on and couldn't cut 2" into ceramic tile. Completely bogged down. I've been using various tile saw for 20 years and this is the worst. Should have known better. July 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Use this tile saw only for small projects!! The first attempt to cut tiles was a flop thanks to the warped cutting wheel. So I replaced it with my old tile saw's wheel. That worked for half the tile job, but the motor seemed to get weaker and the wheel would stop spinning half way through the tile. I've been tiling for eight years and this saw was a quick replacement for my WorkForce 7" tile saw that I used for years, but the on/off switch finally died. I think that I will replace my old switch with the switch from this new lame tile saw. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fantastic buy Great for the price, easy setup, does what units costing twice as much even better, easy cleaning.. will recommend even for industrial use. February 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Tremedous value For the price, this is an excellent product. I am relatively inexperienced in tile work, so it takes me longer than a professional. After one rental, I decided it might be worth it to buy, and it was. This wet saw does what the larger rental did and I have earned the price back after two uses. July 5, 2016
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