Model # WS730

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Store SKU #672424

Ryobi 7 in. Tile Saw


7 in. Tile Saw

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Product Overview

Ryobi introduces the most affordable overhead 7 in. tile saw. Floors, kitchens, bathrooms, even patios can have expert quality results, thanks to its innovative, professional features. Best-in-class cutting capacity allows you to handle a wide range of tile sizes as you engage in various home improvement projects. The Easy Glide tables roller guide assembly allows you to feed the tile through the cutting wheel with minimal effort. You will achieve precise, accurate cuts thanks to the dual function, fully adjustable rip guide and bevel block. HydroArc curved water channels help prevent tile edges from catching on the table, for smooth and easy cut set-up. With the end-of-cut reminder and unique corner support tile breakage is virtually eliminated. The pumpless flow system keeps clear, fresh water on the blade resulting in trouble-free, clean, straight cuts. The Ryobi tile saw is loaded with easy to use features, so you will get professional results every time.

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Customer Questions & Answers

what is average price of this saw?

Asked by: bubba
What is the price of Ryobi wet tile cutter,WS730?
Answered by: pmonsivais
Date published: 2015-12-11

How much does it cost?

Asked by: Bernard
Hi Bernard, Home Depot will be able to assist you with this question. Hope this help.
Answered by: Ryobi Tools Team
Date published: 2017-05-06

Where can i get a replacement for the power cord?

Asked by: Vil
Hi, Vil. The part number for the cord is 080009002047. It is available for order at the special services desk at any Home Depot in the continental​ US.
Answered by: Ryobi Tools Team
Date published: 2016-09-07

How to replace power cable

Asked by: villy
Hi, villy. The part number for the cord is 080009002047. It is available for order at the special services desk at any Home Depot in the continental​ US.
Answered by: Ryobi Tools Team
Date published: 2016-09-07
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Customer Reviews

7 in. Tile Saw is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 82.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Value Value Value This is obliviously not a saw for a contractor. It's a saw for the weekender who will be doing more than just one job. I've tiled at least 5 rooms and an entire basement with this saw and my neighbor has done a large kitchen with it. It's as good as the day I bought it. Like I said, it's not commercial grade but the value for the price cannot be beat.
Date published: 2012-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Diamond In The Rough Quite frankly, I've used a lot of inexpensive wet saws over the years as a flooring contractor. My expertise is in the art and installation of wood floors, however I also dabble in tile (the occasional kitchen, bathroom or foyer). This saw has a powerful motor mounted on top, not a grinder motor, not a cheap motor like the table top saws of similar price. If you lube the left side rail with heavy oil, it will perform like an industrial professional saw. An upgraded blade would probably even do bigger and faster cuts, but the stock blade is just fine, especially if you're cutting natural stone or pool tiles as was the case for me today. I have to congratulate the manufacturer big time, as this saw outperformed any other in it's class I have ever owned. The fact that it has a sliding tray for it's price is the best feature. True, a table top saw will allow a full pass on a huge tile, however it's rare that you have to make full length cuts where a snap cutter will work anyway. I found myself using grinders and snap cutters for the cuts this saw won't handle, but the majority of the cuts in an average kitchen or bath can be made with this saw perfectly. The water system on this saw is fantastic too, you have your choice of purchasing a separate traditional pump, or you can simply attach a garden hose to the inlet on the back, and there are two trustworthy valves to accommodate the water output. I highly suggest these tools over orange's chief competitor in blue, in most categories. To date I have yet to purchase a competitive model from any other home improvement center that beats the power and cost of Orange and White's flagship line of homeowner tools. Yes this saw is categorized as for a DIY, but these days, contractors on a budget can use these things comfortably and their affordable enough to buy a second, third or fourth, etc, as necessary. BACK SAVER too as this is one of the lightest wet saws I have ever picked up. Long live the home improvement kings....
Date published: 2012-10-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Ryobi 7 In. Tile Saw for 99.00 dollars you can't beat it. However, it does have it drawbacks. I bought this saw to do a kitchen backsplash of tumbled travertine. The Cons: 1. The rollers on the slide table are terribly difficult to adust, too tight and they don't roll, too loose and there is too much play in the slide table. Cuts can be off as much as 1/8 of an inch when there is play in the table. 2. I chose to buy the optional pump to operate this in my garage and it is difficult to find a place for the pump so the table doesn't snag on the water feed tube as it slides by. 3. The water jets on the saw need to be placed better, on small 4 x4 tiles the water just sprays onto the very front of the tile, I had to attach rubber tubes to extend the water jets so they actually spray on the tile. 4. the saw motor is loud and in a garage you'll need hearing protection. The Pros: 1. you can't beat the price for an overhead saw and it is so much more versatile than a similiar priced table model. 2. Good power, cuts travertine with no effort. 3. Once you get the table adjusted and locked in, the cuts are right on every time. 4. the option of a pump or using a hose is fantastic. 5. The included blade seems to cut fine for me, no issues, but I'm also cutting tumbled natrual stone so I wouldn't notice any chiping. Overall it's a good saw for a DIY'er and it's small enough to stow away for the next job. The only major con is the rollers on the table.
Date published: 2011-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Saw I have only used my saw on pavers but it did a great job. The motor has plenty of power and cut through the pavers like butter. I don't know how other people are using their saw but I couldn't ask for more accurate cuts. I set up and cut numerous pavers diagonally and they all cut dead on corner to corner. The table did stick when rolling at first but a couple shots of wd40 fixed that. I took advise from some friends as to my first use and that is run plenty of water. Everyone says plenty of water is key to long blade life, so far I think they are right. My blade seemed to be cutting great from start to finish and usually blades that come with saws are cheaper blades.
Date published: 2011-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well made and durable. Great on line price. I could not pass it up. Cannot say one bad thing about this tile saw. I have made probably 150 cuts, both angled and beveled, and have not had a single problem with it. I have had to purchase another blade, but that is understandable. For a home do-it-yourself person, I have found it to be a great value and a saved me a ton of money verses a saw rental. I would highly recommend this saw to a friend, and when it wears out, I'll purchase another one. Also, the stand is a must have.
Date published: 2011-08-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A *CUT* ABOVE THE OTHER ENTRY LEVEL SAWS (PUN INTENDED) A little background as to why I bought this saw: My friend wanted a glass tile back splash in his condo. He came over to my house and saw the work I did on mine (using my neighbors' AMAZING Felker). I volunteered to do his, but did not want to keep borrowing the neighbors' Felker (which weighs a zillion pounds and would not be fun to use in a high-rise condo) so I made a bargain with my friend: We'd need to rent a tile saw anyway, so why not buy me this saw (after reading reviews and being comfortable with the purchase) in exchange for putting up his backsplash?! Cutting the glass was okay with the included blade, but for the more precise cuts I decided I'd need a glass blade (the QEP blade) which made a huge favorable difference. If setting glass tiles, do yourself a favor and just immediately buy the glass blade. It's definitely not a Felker, but I am VERY pleased with this saw and look forward to using it soon on my own bathroom project.
Date published: 2012-09-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good saw for its price I pickup this item while it was on sale for a low of $70 so I can't complain much. I like it in general, as it does what it supposed to do and I did my kitchen backsplash using this saw. It was my first tile project w/ natural stones and the outcome was good. The few things that bothered me a bit were: 1) the table was not always gliding smoothly and i couldn't figure out to adjust the wheel to have a good glide. It's on and off. 2) the table is not 100% perpendicular to the blade and I couldn't figure out ow to adjust the rails 3) the water flow is somewhat irregular
Date published: 2011-08-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Value For the money the 7 inch tile saw I purchased, is the best value I have found. And along with all the other Ryobi tools I have, I could not be happier.
Date published: 2012-01-24
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