Model # WS7211

Internet #100665659

Store SKU #796637

Ryobi 3/4 HP 7 in. Wet Tile Saw


3/4 HP 7 in. Wet Tile Saw

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Product Overview

The Ryobi 3/4 HP 7 in. Tile Saw brings portability to work with its compact size that is designed for fast and secure setup. The tile saw cuts through ceramic, porcelain and stone tiles up to 1-3/8 in. thick with ease and accuracy. This saw has a tilting stainless-steel table to allow bevel cuts at 22.5 degree and 45 degree angles. The saw features a rip guide that locks in place on the front and rear rails to ensure precision cuts that are straight every time.

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  • Powerful 120-Volt motor cuts through ceramic, porcelain and stone tile
  • Use to cut tiles up to 1-3/8 in. thick with ease and accuracy
  • Stainless-steel cutting table for durability
  • Tilting cutting table allows precise 22.5 and 45 degree bevel cuts
  • Mitre guide makes mitre cuts from 0 to 45 degrees
  • Rip guide locks in place on the front and rear rails to ensure precision cuts that are straight every time
  • Compact and portable tile saw designed for fast and secure setup
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Blade Thickness
0.07 in
Blade size (in.)
Product Width (in.)


Amperage (amps)
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Tile Wet Saw
Blade Material
Cuts Through
Deck material
Stainless steel
Flooring Product Type
Porcelain Floor/Wall Tile
Maximum tile cut size diagonal (in.)
Maximum tile cut size rip (in.)
Product Weight (lb.)
Saw Blade Material
Tile Saw Features
Bevel,Water Tray
Tool Type
Wet Tile Saw
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Voltage (volts)

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2 year warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers


Asked by: na
Thank you for considering Ryobi. Unfortunately, we do not have a price because it is established through the store, but it looks like we are not manufacturing this model. Our new model WS722 can be found at the link here:
Answered by: Ryobi Tools Team
Date published: 2017-04-03

Does it bring the water pump if not which one should I buy

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Customer Reviews

3/4 HP 7 in. Wet Tile Saw is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 78.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good for the diyer I had purchased another brand of tile saw, that was supposed to do 18 x 18, and failed after 3 tiles. This is the saw that I purchased to replace it. This saw worked wonderfully through my kitchen project, and is about to be put to work on the backsplash. Before I bought it, I saw a review that mentioned chipping. I found that if I let the water get low, it would chip some, but keep the water full, and it does a great job.
Date published: 2012-05-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding bargain This tile saw is A-W-E-S-O-M-E! After buying two $99 wet tile saws from the shop where I purchased my ceramic subway tile -- both of them died early deaths because water got into the motor bearings -- I gave this one a try based on reviews on this website. I couldn't be happier!!!! Following the advice of other reviewers, I bought a Husky $26.99 wet tile saw blade, which is far better than the thicker blade that came with the unit. The saw cuts ceramic subway tile like butter with only slight chipping, a big problem with the earlier saws I purchased. I also like the enclosed water tub because it keeps the area around the saw quite dry. One of the reviewers mentioned that he had a 1/32" blade wobble in the first Ryobi unit he purchased. So did I, but I discovered it was caused by a slight rough spot on one of the two metal washers that hold the saw blade in place. I filed down the rough edge and my blade turns true... Although I would not recommend this saw to a professional, it's more than sufficient for a do-it-yourselfer like me.
Date published: 2011-03-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Can't beat it for the price. I redid my kitchen and was about to rent a big wetsaw for the porcelain floor and tumbled marble backsplash until I saw this one on sale w/ a stand for $100. I redo houses and do some tile myself, primarilly backsplashes, so having a tile saw makes sense. I wasn't expecting a whole lot but this saw worked flawlessly. I did 150 sf of floor and around 50 sf of backsplash and then I loaned it to a guy who works w/ me for a bathroom job, and it is still on the first of 2 blades that came w/ it. The miter function is limited but it works great on straight cuts. Really, along w/ my Corner Cat, one of the better tool purchases I have made.
Date published: 2010-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Saw After having a bad experience with the QEP saw that would not do a single cut, my wife saved the day by making the second to HD and bringing me and my crew this Ryobi. Everything about this saw was entirely adequate for the 500 square foot 12" square ceramic tile basement. And beyond. One of the most pleasant aspects of this saw is how accurate the fence is. I enjoy measuring, and the tiles that result from setting the saw to the gauge are within 1/64th of what is expected. The fence accuracy speeded up the job quite a bit when we ended up with a 1" sliver of tile along the last wall of the L-shaped space, and decided to rip two tiles at 8-3/4" and 3-1/4" along the whole run. There was also a third rip for an alcove. The point is that I was able to write down the measurements, and confidently set the fence using its gauge. Another nice point of this saw is the size of the reservoir and the drain design. While I did top off the reservoir every ten cuts or so, it never did really need it. After 100 cuts or so, there was some tile dust in the water, and it was a little dirty, but still cut well. The pull-out drain with o-ring was a significant convenience, as the saw could remain in place for cleaning, with no need for tipping. Motor power was excellent. Never bogged down once. Motor power is so important to a saw, as an underpowered saw can bind and kick back instead of cut. Blade wobble was non-existant. Overall manufacturing tolerances were of the highest quality. While it is true that the blue and yellow plastic look of the Ryobi line is a distinct departure from the once popular chromed steel look popular in the 1950s, I have had nothing but great luck with their corded saws. In fact, if you like chromed metal, the generous deck of this tool has an expanse of it that you can hose clean while using it. The maximum width on the gauge is 10". The one area I thought could use improvement is the printed instructions. Only one picture is included, which shows little detail. Three additional pictures are indicated: 1. A diagram showing how the washers and blade assemble. Took much longer than expected to figure this out, as intuition falsely suggested keyed washer went on first. 2. A diagram showing how to install the blade guard / splash guard. Again, got the wrong idea at first. 3. An exploded view of all aspects of the tool. Would help to show where seals are vs. vents to make sure we are not hosing down the motor. Again, confidence, pride of ownership and well cut borders and details are the result of this purchase.
Date published: 2011-09-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked great I cut slate 12x12 tiles all day. I had to put on a better blade than what it came with. Other than that, this was well worth the money.
Date published: 2011-06-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well for an inexpensive wet saw. I bought this saw for a bathroom renovation project. It has worked very well so far in cutting large ceramic tile (10" x 16") and small (1" x 2") glass and natural tile. It has exceeded my expectations for an inexpensive wet saw. I compared the results with a neighbor's more expensive saw, and did not see a difference in quality of the cut nor in general ease of use. My only complaint is that the plastic rip guide needs a lot of adjusting to get perfect right angle ripping. If the saw only lasts for this one project, compared to the cost of a rental it is well worth the relatively small investment.
Date published: 2012-04-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent for this price range I was really skeptical about this one but I was pleasantly surprised by it's solid build, easy setup, and accurate cuts. The size was just right sitting on my counter top waiting in the wings for when I had to make some cuts to go around electrical jacks and switches. You need to remember, though, that this is a wet saw. The tile needs to be wet so the blade doesn't over heat but that also means you will probably get a nice swatch of wetness down the front of your shirt too. Remember to wear overalls or stand to the side while cutting. If you got nice floors and you're cutting inside, put some drop cloths down... you'll be glad you did. The fence was good but was made of plastic. it was sort of accurate but after repeated use, the water and bits of tile get trapped under it and it makes it difficult to adjust. Clean the deck often to make it easier on yourself. Also, a quick 90o angle works great for adjusting the fence. Just place the lip of the angle in the groove of the bed and use that to adjust the straightness of the guide. Perfect cuts everytime! Overall, i'm glad I made this purchase. Get an extra cutter wheel though, the one that comes in the box only lasted me about 50 cuts on standard grade subway tile before it started chipping.
Date published: 2012-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love at first slice! Seriously, my first cut requirement was to shave a hair off the side of tile. It was so easy and came out smooth and even. My 3 wall backsplash included ceramic, glass and stone and the saw was able to handle all 3 very well. Glass took a little practice but also came out fine. Most cuts came out smooth enough but I did use a tile file to smooth some edges in cuts around things like electric outlets where I had to carve out a section within the tile. My project went 3 days, I emptied and cleaned the machine each night to avoid rusting the blade. Wear a smock! Tiling's already a messy job, the wet saw just adds to that. Keep the blade cover down to avoid excessive water. Easily hold tile with your fingers - I rarely used the square provided to guide the tile through. I found it easier to mask tape my desired cut and then hold the tile (even little mosaics) with my hands to feed through the blade. Three little words - I love it!
Date published: 2011-06-08
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