QEP Master Cut 3/5 HP Wet Tile Saw with 7 in. Diamond Blade for Ceramic Tile-60089Q - The Home Depot


Model # 60089Q

Internet # 202061498

Store SKU # 585475

Master Cut 3/5 HP Wet Tile Saw with 7 in. Diamond Blade for Ceramic Tile

QEP Master Cut 3/5 HP Wet Tile Saw with 7 in. Diamond Blade for Ceramic Tile

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$69.97 / each


Model # 60089Q

Internet # 202061498

Store SKU # 585475

The QEP Master Cut 3/5 HP Wet Tile Saw features a 3/5 HP direct-drive motor and 7 inch diamond blade that makes it perfect for cutting ceramic tiles. The saw's compact size is great for working in tight places and small jobs, while the open table design provides the versatility to cut larger tiles. The tilt-up cutting table helps you make precise 15-, 30- and 45-degree miter cuts.

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  • 3/5 HP, 120-volt direct-drive motor
  • Automatic thermal overload protection prevents the motor from overheating
  • Steel deck provides a durable work surface
  • 7 in., continuous-rim diamond blade
  • Splash guard keeps dust, debris and water spray to a minimum
  • Adjustable rip/angle guide for accurate production cuts
  • Blade-cooling water reservoir allows for wet cutting
  • Water reservoir is removable for easy cleaning
  • Tilt-up cutting table for precision 15-, 30- and 45-degree miter cuts
  • Open table design accommodates larger tile sizes

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Blade Thickness  .06 in  Blade size (in.) 
Amperage (amps)  3.8  Blade Material  Steel 
Cuts Through  Ceramic  Deck material  Steel 
Flooring Product Type  Ceramic Floor/Wall Tile  Maximum tile cut size diagonal (in.)  12 
Maximum tile cut size rip (in.)  18  Product Weight (lb.)  28.6 lb 
Returnable  90-Day  Saw Blade Material  Diamond 
Tile Saw Features  Water Tray  Tile Tool Type  Tabletop Tile Saws 
Voltage (volts)  120 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty  1 year limited manufacturer warranty 


Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 247 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Table top built cheaply Table top is made of sheet metal and out of the box it was deformed. Tile would not lie flat. Returned to store. December 21, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by mr if you like throwing your money away I would suggest this saw. Motor is underpowered. Table flexes and the fence is scrap metal. Very unhappy. I tried another blade and then the blade guard was too wide. Save your money and buy something better. February 9, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Good price, weak saw I was suspicious of the low price but went ahead and bought it anyway. I think the lower price is because of the lower power motor - 2/3 hp instead of 3/4 for many otherr saws, and, the blade which they tell you can only cut ceramic, not porcelin. But when I went to use it, to cut 12 x 12 ceramic tiles the blade would slow down the farther into the tile it got, until it actually stopped. I checked to see that it wasn't binding, and tried several more times. Each time it would slow down and stop, and I'd have to back off and let the blade spin back up. I can only assume that it's underpowered for the task, so I returned the saw. April 1, 2011
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Underpowered and misrepresented I have had a similar saw (same color scheme and rated at 500 Watts ~ 2/3 hp) for about 15 years that faithfully completed two kitchen floors and at least 3 bathrooms over that time span. When I brought it out this last time and fired it up, the motor seized after cutting one tile. This replacement seemed perfect so I picked one up. However, when I got it set up and turned it on, it definitely sounded feeble and it was unable to cut a single tile. It would stall almost the instant it contacted the tile. So I then checked the specs on the motor and the rating is actually 3.8 amps at 120V which is only 450 Watts or 3/5 hp not the 2/3 hp as advertised on the web page. Needless to say, it's back in the box and on it's way back to HD. January 4, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by It actually worked OK! For around 60 bucks this saw worked great. I just cut about 15 18 Inch porcelain tiles 3/8 inch thick. The fence was flimsy so I removed it altogether after the 2nd cut. The water tray did not seem to fit well, I found it best to install it dry then tilt the saw so I could pour water from a glass into it. If the cut is twisted AT ALL the motor will stall. One also has to advance tile very carefully into the blade to prevent stalling. No rush here, you must go at the saws speed. Tip: On the first cut, adjust the blade top guard if the tile hits it. (after turning it off) with the cut advanced to the blade guard mount. I would not recommend this for a big job, or for thick or hard tiles, it simply is not powerful enough, (it is what it is... a $60 saw) but for basic porcelain tiles it seems just the right tool for a low cost home job. . January 22, 2012
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