Rated 4.4 out of 5Â by 61
Rated 3 out of 5Â by tilesniper Husky 7" Wet Saw THD950L
The size is nice and the motor is strong. I have gone through three or four blades and prefer the DeWalt, which has the least amount of noise and chatter. I have the same problems everyone else does that uses it often: keeping the tray square and dealing with the rubber water guard at the rear. I also find the oil reservoir hard to get to and small.
But the biggest problem now is the water pump is clogged/shot and I cannot pry it open or buy a replacement. I am working with Home Depot on a replacement but am in the middle of a project and it has ground me to a halt. Will let you know how the Depot handles it.
November 24, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5Â by JADA 7" wet saw
I purchased the wet saw due to a replacement being needed. On line ordering and delivery times were good. The saw arrived undamaged . The directions to assemble were clear . The pump is somewhat lacking for anyone cutting more then 20 tiles per job. Power is fine as well as portability. Replace the original blade with a "hot dog" replacement blade. Adjusting the table takes some time but when done its done. great saw for remodels ,DIY. Well designed.
December 4, 2009
Rated 2 out of 5Â by OldFourthBungalow Decent but could be improved upon
After cutting 2 rooms of tiles I returned this saw. The good: the size is great, very portable and easy to move. For smaller tiles it works well. The stand is decent quality. Definite changes: change the blade immediately. The blade in the box ate up travertine edges and wasted material. Why I returned it: the fence. This was a huge problem. It doesn't have a track so it simply screws onto the outer edge of the saw. It kept creeping off the mark. Plus, the feature of the fence being able to do 45 degree cuts is nice but it doesn't always hold larger tiles in place. The result: on large tiles the edges tended to veer off at a slight angle leaving me with tiles that were off 1/4" from one end to the other! I tried and tried to keep the fence clamped down but it did these off cuts too often. I couldn't make the saw give me consistent sizes (I was cutting 140 tiles in half and they needed to be perfect). I wasted too much material. Another annoyance was the sheer amount of water it sprayed off. I've used other tile saws that didn't spew so much all over the place. It sprays so much that I couldn't use it inside the house even when I set it on the floor with a large water heater overflow tray under the saw (also at HD). Too bad really, because the size is perfect for anyone and I really hoped it would be a keeper. If they redesigned the fence I'd reconsider it even with the excessive water spray, I liked the size that much.
August 1, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5Â by TileEffects The saw
I have used this saw and the DeWalt $1500 saw and this one, for the money, does an excellent job. Can't speak to the longevity but I suspect as a light to medium duty tile saw it will be great and am looking forward to using it more in the future in my business.
November 30, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5Â by 35yearpro does what it was made for nothing els
I am a pro and own dewalt and target wet saws but by far this saw is my1 go to saw . first of all yes put a good blade on the saw that is a no brainer if you do not then you deserve the finish you get. 2 about the fence if you want to cut on a 45 use a speed square and a small clamp.3 water splashing on the floor I must say this it is a WET SAW! stop complaining use your head and set up a work station that will hold the water that splashes this is for all wet saws.4 if you tri to cut a 18" stone or tile on this unit and it does not work that is because it is not made for that .5 the last thing I have to say is that I have bough 3 of them and will do it again when the time comes. ps to all of the do it your self pros tile installation is an art that takes years to master so don't p and mone that your gob did not come out right next time call a pro to do the job right the first time don't say that the saw is no good. Mr Daniel j. benz master tile installer
December 3, 2013