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Ryobi 7 in. Tabletop Tile Saw
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Ryobi

7 in. Tabletop Tile Saw

  • Miter guide for cuts from 1 to 45 degrees
  • Anti-slip rubber feet for increased stability
  • Powerful induction motor for ceramic, porcelain and stone tile
$129.00 /each

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The Ryobi 7 in. Tile Saw features portability with its compact size that is designed for fast and secure setup. This saw also features best in class cutting capacity with the ability to rip 20 in. tile and diagonally cut 13 in. tile. The tile saw cuts through ceramic, porcelain and stone tiles up to 1-1/4 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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  • Miter guide allows for easy miter cuts from 0 to 45 degrees
  • Locking rip guide sets up along the front and rear scales for added precision
  • Powerful induction motor powers through ceramic, porcelain and stone tile
  • 7 in. continuous-rim diamond cutting wheel offers precision cutting and prevents chipping
  • Cutting table tilts for precise 22.5 and 45 degree bevel cuts
  • Water reservoir system captures run-off and provides continuous water to the cutting wheel
  • Corrosion-resistant, stainless-steel table for increased durability
  • 1-1/4 in. cutting depth capacity for thick tiles and stepping stones
  • Anti-slip rubber feet for increased stability
  • Clear splash hood for increased visibility
  • Compatible with A114UWP Ryobi Universal Water Pump
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Will this be great for cutting a 12 in by 24 in tiles

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Will this be great for cutting a 12 in by 24 in tiles ?
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I did our kitchen, hallway, & powder room in 12x24. This little saw did a nice job. I did start with a different blade after reading reviews before buying it. But it cut very well. I did have to free hand some cuts, but it was no worse than a 4x8 sheet of plywood on a table saw.
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I cut 13 by 19. the instructions I think say up to 22". The problems are going to getting enough tile on the table so you can use the guide to start the cut. Also the out feed, when you get to the end of the cut the tile is going to want to drop on you so either extend that or have someone hold the out feed. 24" will not fit to cut in half either (width wise accoss the 12" plane) the fence only goes out Read More
I cut 13 by 19. the instructions I think say up to 22". The problems are going to getting enough tile on the table so you can use the guide to start the cut. Also the out feed, when you get to the end of the cut the tile is going to want to drop on you so either extend that or have someone hold the out feed. 24" will not fit to cut in half either (width wise accoss the 12" plane) the fence only goes out to 11" if I recall nor will it do diagonals (corner to corner). If you are good and have steady hand you should be able to free hand those cuts. Mark the line you want to cut along on the "face" the tile with a FINE permenant majic marker (any thing else gets washed away) the blade will cut away the line as you cut. Read Less
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Yes and No. Will it cut: yes, will it be 'great for cutting": no The rip-fence only extends to 10" on either side so anything larger you have to free-hand cut but you're 'flying blind' because the splash-guard will block the view of your scribe line. It will cut but lines may not be very accurate. If you have expensive tile, you might have scrap trying to get cuts right unless you don't care.
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Yes
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You would have no problem with up to 18" tile. 24" ones would be too large.
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I used this wet saw to cut 24 x 24 tiles.
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November 28, 2014
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You can. Keep the short cut at blade side.
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November 21, 2014
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I just completed a shower and floor of 12 x 12 inch tough porcelain tiles. The saw worked perfectly for me and I am very happy with it. The table is really too small to support a 24" long tile so to answer your question, No this will not be "great". It will probably work for the majority of cuts that are only across the 12 inch dimension.
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Following is extracted from HD website.
"...cutting capacity with the ability to rip 20 in. tile and diagonally cut 13 in. tile."
I don't see a hindrance cutting 12x24" tiles on this saw. You'll need to free-hand the tile through the blade, vice using the guide, as it's rated only to 20". As long as you take your time, you shouldn't have any issues.
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Following is extracted from HD website.
"...cutting capacity with the ability to rip 20 in. tile and diagonally cut 13 in. tile."
I don't see a hindrance cutting 12x24" tiles on this saw. You'll need to free-hand the tile through the blade, vice using the guide, as it's rated only to 20". As long as you take your time, you shouldn't have any issues.
Two thing I strongly would recommend based upon my experience with this saw.
First, before you start cutting tile, purchase a good quality blade for the saw. The blade that comes with the saw "lost" all it's cutting particles after two cuts, rendering the blade useless.
Second...Take your cuts slow. The motor is not the most powerful. It does the job fine, and will work for you, but, just cut your tiles slowly and you'll be satisfied with the results.
Additionally...Make a cut on a scrap piece of tile. If you experience chip out's, try flipping the tile over and make another sample cut, and see how those results are.
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20 inches is the limit
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November 19, 2014
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I honestly would not attempt it with this saw. Can you do it? Yes. Would I do it? No. I would opt for an overhead tile saw and check the specs on the tile dimensions it can handle. Type in overhead tile saws in a search on the Home Depot website. I like my Ryobi tile saw for small tiles and up to 12x12 and the easy clean up is great. However, I also put safety first with respect to any power tool and do Read More
I honestly would not attempt it with this saw. Can you do it? Yes. Would I do it? No. I would opt for an overhead tile saw and check the specs on the tile dimensions it can handle. Type in overhead tile saws in a search on the Home Depot website. I like my Ryobi tile saw for small tiles and up to 12x12 and the easy clean up is great. However, I also put safety first with respect to any power tool and do not attempt cuts beyond it's intent. You can freehand a larger piece by not using the fence, but the fence is there for good clean, accurate cuts. Read Less
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Does this come with a blade included or does it need to be purchased separately?

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It comes with a blade that claims to be good for ceramic. I didn't try it on my porcelain tiles, but rather purchased an upgraded blade that was specifically for ceramic tile (better quality), so I can't speak about the original product's blade quality or longevity yet since I haven't tried it.
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Comes with an average blade. If you're doing a lot of cuts it may start to wear out. I found by keeping the water near max level it kept from chipping the tile.
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Diamond wet blade is included
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One blade is included but based on what your cutting there are diffrent blades for different materials
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Yes, this comes with a blade, but you might want to purchase a second, as they wear out pretty quickly.
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Yes, it comes with a pretty decent blade.
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September 17, 2015
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Hi JM. Yes this unit does come with a blade for you to get started!
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will this saw handle a larger blade-8" maybe?

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It does not appear the the opening in the table is large enough and the guard definately will not handle a larger blade. Also a large blade would require more available torgue from the motor (especially when cutting) and cause it to fail prematurely
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No. This is a 7" blade saw ONLY.
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No
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No. The manual specifically says blades up to 7", and the cutout in the cutting table wont allow anything larger.
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It might not fit because of the design.
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NO. It will not. There is only about 1/4 inch of clearance between the 7" blade and the bottom of the reservoir
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Will it cut through granite floor tile?

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Your limits on this saw seem to be the thickness of the tile, too thick may not fit under the guard. and I would think you may/will need a different blade
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Yes
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I'm sure it would but you might have to cut the tiles a little slower
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February 25, 2015
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Yes, this will cut granite tiles, up to 1.25 inches thick.
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Yes, It works as well as my Big 10 inch QEP contractor wet saw .(just a little slower)
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7 in. Tabletop Tile Saw is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 92.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great, Affordable Tile Saw This is a great saw for it's relatively low price. I recently used this tile saw while remodeling my guest bathroom. The assembly was pretty straight forward and I had the saw up and running in about 20 minutes. Side Note: I invested in a top tier tile blade instead of using the one that came with the saw. In my experience, the stock blades that come with saws aren't always the best quality. For a few extra dollars, you can buy a much better blade that will make the job infinitely easier. I don't think this would be the best saw for a large, industrial project. However, for smaller, home projects, this saw is a great buy.
Date published: 2016-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Great Deal Ok, first, there's a difference between human error and a faulty product. A lot of the negative reviews on here seem to be mixing up the two. Make sure you read the instructions. If you can't make it past that, you probably shouldn't be using power tools. This is a great saw for a DIYer (pros, move on). I'm a relatively new DIYer as far as tiling goes. If you're comparing it to a HD rental that you've previously used, of course it's going to be inferior—it's not the same level of saw. I was previously using a smaller table top saw similar to the QEP 3/4 HP Wet Tile Saw, so that's what I'm comparing this to. The water does not squirt all over the place, it's nice to be able to see the blade through the clear shield and the line I'm cutting, the fence is very helpful (mind you, I'm cutting 16" hexagons so I don't always use the fence), and the saw is quite powerful for what it is. I'm doing a small kitchen job, about 140 sq ft. In the future I will be doing a couple of bathrooms. I am happy I invested in this saw. If you are looking for the best, then go invest your money in the best. You can't buy a Toyota and expect it to have the same features and quality as a Mercedes. This saw works. :)
Date published: 2016-07-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I was looking for an inexpensive wet saw after unsuccessfully trying to use a scoring tile cutter... I was looking for an inexpensive wet saw after unsuccessfully trying to use a scoring tile cutter. Home Depot only had one left and the box look like it fell and a corner got mashed in. I bought it anyway and before I left the store opened it up and it looked ok. Long story short, it did what I needed it to do: Cut porcelain tiles cross-wise and rip length-wise.
Date published: 2016-12-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from only for small tiles i needed to cut medium size tiles and it sucked. No power, and difficult to move the tile forward. Couldnt cut a single tile straight. I guess my complain is more about that technology than this product in particular. You really need a moving base or moving saw.
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from get the job done I am happy with my purchase. After some research, even a $ 300 wet saw has negative review, so I decide to buy a cheaper one. Overall it gets the job done without any issue. Basically it is not a bad saw, easy to use, the stock blade is junk, it dull pretty fast, once I have switched to a better blade, it cuts a lot better. One thing, before I bought this saw, I rented one from home depot for 4 hours, it is a $ 200-$300 range saw, compare to this roybi saw, there is really not much of the different.
Date published: 2016-11-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Maybe ok for small jobs and thin tile. Overall, waste of time and money. Unless your buying this for small projects, don't waste your time. Get a real wet tile saw. This one has no weight to it and even with the sharpest blade the whole system moves all over the place. The motor is to weak for the ceramic tile I attempted to cut. I have up after 5 pieces. There were so many chips in the edge due to a weak motor. The nut on the blade stays tight for only for a few cuts before you have to open the thing up to retighten. Save yourself the frustration, rent a real saw.
Date published: 2016-08-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This was easy enough to assemble and get set up. I cut 16 pieces of 6" x 24" Realstone panels fo... This was easy enough to assemble and get set up. I cut 16 pieces of 6" x 24" Realstone panels for my first use of this saw. It worked pretty well. My only complaint is the guard holder kept bending out of place and stopping the material, but it was easy to fix. Otherwise it worked great. The water was generally well contained on the table top, and the stand was steady and stable. The fence will adjust up to about 10" or so, and I was cutting 14" pieces from 24" stock -- so it worked out.
Date published: 2016-11-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product at the price paid Used to cut ceramicsubway tile for a large kitchen back splash. The Saw and guide made smooth straight cuts with ease. Assembly couldn't be easier. If you need a tile saw and don't want to spend a ton, buy this one.
Date published: 2016-09-13
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