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

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

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Product Overview

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° and 45° 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° and 45° 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
  • Table-top saw does not include a floor stand
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Customer Questions & Answers

does this come w/ a blade?

Asked by: Anonymous
yes, blade included
Answered by: Richierich03
Date published: 2016-10-01

My tile doesn't go past the blade guard screws and bracket.

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.
Asked by: Anonymous
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.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2016-02-03

where do you put the water

Asked by: Anonymous
Lift up the right side of the table and pour it in. Stay about a 1/8 inch below the overflow port.
Answered by: 2old2worry
Date published: 2016-12-05

Is the guide bar a quick release adjustment or does it require tools in between each measurement?

Some saw I see with a guide bar requires the secure/release of 1-2 nuts between each adjustment. Does this have a quick release mechanism that allows the guide bar to quickly change positions on different size cuts?
Asked by: UtahGuy
Quick release!
Answered by: handyman
Date published: 2017-03-18
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Customer Reviews

3/4 HP Wet Tile Saw with 7 in. Diamond Blade is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 285.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This thing is pretty amazing. I bought it after we bought larger tiles for the bathroom and none... This thing is pretty amazing. I bought it after we bought larger tiles for the bathroom and none of the rental tools would work so we bought this. I tiled two different bathrooms and back splashed the kitchen with this and never had a single problem. The only downside of this wet saw is how hard it is to get the guide lined up correctly. Some of the numbers are black on black and the guide covers them up. I used my tape measure to make sure it was correct. This thing is a work horse and it's just a little more expensive than renting an industrial one for the day.
Date published: 2017-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from worth it for DIYers Second time purchase. First was to help family member flip a house. We tiled two complete bathrooms with this saw and it handled the job. Bought my own to redo a full bath and so far its handling everything. My only problem was because I was cutting large format tiles (8x20) I had to remove the blade guard. The tiles were getting hung up on the screws that held it in place. Just made me more carefull and made me take my time which is a good thing when doing tile work. Watch the water level in the reservoir closely as goes down faster than you think.
Date published: 2016-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I used this on my first tile project - a kitchen backsplash and it could not have been easier to ... I used this on my first tile project - a kitchen backsplash and it could not have been easier to use. The cost is very reasonable. Time will tell if it holds up, but it was perfect for a beginner like myself.
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mine was a relatively easy tile job, just a back splash for the kitchen. This was my first attemp... Mine was a relatively easy tile job, just a back splash for the kitchen. This was my first attempt at using a saw of this type, and I was a bit tentative, but that's just how I am. This saw is easy to use, the instructions are clear. I read some of the other reviews where users said it sprayed water all over, and that's nonsense. I put a beach towel on the garage floor, put the saw on a sawhorse stand and everything was fine. The only time it over sprays is if you raise the guard unnecessarily, and then it's your own fault. A great saw for the homeowner, DIYer, and small project guy.
Date published: 2016-10-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for small diy jobs (video included). Let me start by saying that if you are a professional tile installer, this is not for you, but if you a diy'er that has smaller jobs around the house, this will work great for you. This saw is extremely light and easy to move around from place to place. It comes with everything you need to.start working, and only took about ten minutes to set everything up. As far as operation, it's simple, as all uou do is add about two cups of water and start cutting. The motor is 3/4 horsepower, but it does a good job cutting through standard tile, and will leave a smooth line each time. It also comes with a miter guage and a rip fence. I will say that the rip fence is a bit hare to line up as there is to much play, but one you get it where you want it, it will stay in place. If you have the fence off tilt just a bit, it may stall out the blade as it will wedge in you cut. I also like that it has anot extended pull out top for larger tile. All in all, I am satisfied as I got the job done, and did not need to spend $500 on a saw. I recommend P.so. this is also extremely easy to clean.
Date published: 2016-08-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The saw was easy to assemble--read the directions! I was very impressed with the ease of use and ... The saw was easy to assemble--read the directions! I was very impressed with the ease of use and actually how well it cut. No chips or uneven cuts. I was cutting plank style tile 7 x 24 and was afraid it might not work when I had to rip the long edge, but cut right thru them without any issues. Had no problem with the fence/guide moving. Mine seemed to lock down pretty tight. Wish I had bought this earlier instead of borrowing a friends that weighed about 80 lbs. This was so easy to use and clean up was pretty simple too.
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Do not buy this saw Despite reading negative customer reviews about this saw, I decided to purchase it because of the price. I should have taken the reviews into greater consideration because this saw was absolutely useless. I made several attempts to cut my tiles, but each time the blade would chip away at the surface of the tile, making them unsalvageable. The blade guard gets in the way of the cut and the blade makes an enormous mess. Will definetly be returning this product and getting a better quality tile saw instead.
Date published: 2016-12-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This is a rather low-end tile saw, but for $99, it did the trick for us. We were cutting glass t... This is a rather low-end tile saw, but for $99, it did the trick for us. We were cutting glass tiles and it did a good job. You do have to add water pretty often (there is a reservoir in the bottom that the blade runs through to pick up the water), there is no pump like higher-end saws. We've only used it for one job (the kitchen back splash), so I can't speak to the longevity of this saw or the blade.
Date published: 2016-11-16
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