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QEP

3/4 HP Wet Tile Saw with 7 in. Diamond Blade

  • Creates accurate, repetative cuts
  • Designed to keep your work space dry
  • Rubber foot pad for stability
$ 89 97
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Product Overview

  • Creates accurate, repetative cuts
  • Designed to keep your work space dry
  • Rubber foot pad for stability
The QEP 650XT 3/4 HP 120-Volt Wet Tile Saw features a powerful 3/4 HP motor that generates up to 3,600 RPM to cut ceramic tile, porcelain tile, marble, granite and stone. Its 7 in. continuous rim diamond blade is positioned for cutting depths up to 1-1/4 in., and the table tilts for 22.5° and 45° miter cuts. The saw's durable steel table and frame have rubber foot pads for stability, and its rip and angle cutting guides make accurate and repeat cuts easy. The water recirculation system and reservoir are designed to help keep your work area dry.
  • Powerful 3/4 HP motor generates up to 3,600 RPM for the most demanding installation jobs
  • Cuts ceramic tile, porcelain tile, marble, granite and stone
  • Durable steel table and frame with rubber foot pads for stability
  • 7 in. continuous rim diamond blade positioned for cutting depths up to 1-1/4 in.
  • Table tilts for 22.5° and 45° miter cuts
  • Rip and angle cutting guides make accurate and repeat cuts easy
  • Water recirculation system and reservoir designed to keep work area dry
  • Flat table design provides unlimited tile size for rip and diagonal cuts
  • 8 in. table extension is included for use on either side to support large tiles when cutting
  • Table-top saw does not include a floor stand
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

Product Overview

  • Creates accurate, repetative cuts
  • Designed to keep your work space dry
  • Rubber foot pad for stability
Model #: 22650Q
Sku #: 577036
Internet #: 202615612

The QEP 650XT 3/4 HP 120-Volt Wet Tile Saw features a powerful 3/4 HP motor that generates up to 3,600 RPM to cut ceramic tile, porcelain tile, marble, granite and stone. Its 7 in. continuous rim diamond blade is positioned for cutting depths up to 1-1/4 in., and the table tilts for 22.5° and 45° miter cuts. The saw's durable steel table and frame have rubber foot pads for stability, and its rip and angle cutting guides make accurate and repeat cuts easy. The water recirculation system and reservoir are designed to help keep your work area dry.

  • Powerful 3/4 HP motor generates up to 3,600 RPM for the most demanding installation jobs
  • Cuts ceramic tile, porcelain tile, marble, granite and stone
  • Durable steel table and frame with rubber foot pads for stability
  • 7 in. continuous rim diamond blade positioned for cutting depths up to 1-1/4 in.
  • Table tilts for 22.5° and 45° miter cuts
  • Rip and angle cutting guides make accurate and repeat cuts easy
  • Water recirculation system and reservoir designed to keep work area dry
  • Flat table design provides unlimited tile size for rip and diagonal cuts
  • 8 in. table extension is included for use on either side to support large tiles when cutting
  • Table-top saw does not include a floor stand
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Thickness (in.)
.06
Blade size (in.)
7
Product Depth (in.)
15.74 in
Product Height (in.)
9.88 in
Product Width (in.)
20 in
Table Length (in.)
15.74
Table Width (in.)
20

Details

Amperage (amps)
4.8
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Table Saw
Blade Material
Steel
Condition
New
Cord Length (ft.)
5
Cuts Through
Ceramic,Porcelain
Deck material
Steel
Dust Collection Method
None
Horsepower (hp)
3/4
Maximum Speed (rpm)
3600
Maximum tile cut size diagonal (in.)
30
Maximum tile cut size rip (in.)
30
No Tool Blade Change
No
PT Horsepower (Hp)
3/4
Portability
Bench
Product Weight (lb.)
23 lb
Reconditioned
No
Returnable
90-Day
Saw Blade Material
Diamond
Tile Saw Features
Water Tray
Tool Type
Wet Tile Saw
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Voltage (volts)
120

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year limited manufacturer warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Thickness (in.)
.06
Blade size (in.)
7
Product Depth (in.)
15.74 in
Product Height (in.)
9.88 in
Product Width (in.)
20 in
Table Length (in.)
15.74
Table Width (in.)
20

Details

Amperage (amps)
4.8
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Table Saw
Blade Material
Steel
Condition
New
Cord Length (ft.)
5
Cuts Through
Ceramic,Porcelain
Deck material
Steel
Dust Collection Method
None
Horsepower (hp)
3/4
Maximum Speed (rpm)
3600
Maximum tile cut size diagonal (in.)
30
Maximum tile cut size rip (in.)
30
No Tool Blade Change
No
PT Horsepower (Hp)
3/4
Portability
Bench
Product Weight (lb.)
23 lb
Reconditioned
No
Returnable
90-Day
Saw Blade Material
Diamond
Tile Saw Features
Water Tray
Tool Type
Wet Tile Saw
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Voltage (volts)
120

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year limited manufacturer warranty

Questions & Answers

where do you put the water

Asked by: chuck
Is there a pump for the water or have to fill the tray ever so often?
Answered by: Jayden
Date published: 2018-08-21

does this come w/ a blade?

Asked by: Mr. Lee in Clev
Yes it does, a basic standard one
Answered by: SteveVA
Date published: 2018-04-26

My tile doesn't go past the blade guard screws and bracket.

When my tile got to the screws that hold the blade guard bracket it stopped. It also was hitting against the guard bracket at the back. the bracket seems to be a bent toward the left from the bottom, not a true 90 degrees.
Asked by: GailAnn
The blade guard needs to be aligned with the blade, you can unscrew it and adjust.
Answered by: SteveVA
Date published: 2018-04-26

Is the guide bar a quick release adjustment or does it require tools in between each measurement?

Some saw I see with a guide bar requires the secure/release of 1-2 nuts between each adjustment. Does this have a quick release mechanism that allows the guide bar to quickly change positions on different size cuts?
Asked by: UtahGuy
It is a quick release but ensuring the adjustment is square (same on both sides) can be a pain so it isn't that quick
Answered by: SteveVA
Date published: 2018-12-24
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Customer Reviews

3/4 HP Wet Tile Saw with 7 in. Diamond Blade is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 546.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Made tiling a breeze! I bought this tile saw after having a complete failure with a score and cut tile cutter (lost almost an entire box of tile thanks to it snapping them incorrectly), and I am so happy I bought it! This saw makes straight cuts a breeze and I can even do some semi-intricate cuts. I even got brave and did some angle cuts to add some interest to the shower. The only issue I had with the saw is that sometimes it would chip little pieces of the finish off of the tile while cutting, but that could also be from the blade, which I assume isn't the highest quality. Once the tile was grouted, you really couldn't notice where it chipped. I feel more than ready to take on the next bathroom now that I have this saw. I did note that the saw was difficult to clean, and that is because after making a number of cuts, the tile dust (or whatever comes off of it) forms quite a thick paste in the bottom where the water is. This has to be scraped out, and it's a bit hard to get all of it out of the nooks and crannies.
Date published: 2015-01-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I bought this saw a few months ago and just recently started to use it. I changed the blade that ... I bought this saw a few months ago and just recently started to use it. I changed the blade that it comes with to a $15 dollar Avanti Turbo model I found in store. The machine did not bog down during my cuts. Nice smooth cuts. I'm even using the fence that most here say is no good. I just hold it flush at the back rail and lock it. The small markings on the rail help me to just increase or decrease the length of the cut. I just feel the fence cross those markings. Most cuts don't need to be that precise. You'll want to have a old kitchen towel to wipe the water off your tile. A small sponge to wipe the table off. A pail of water to rinse out the sponge now and then. A medium rough stone to knock the sharp edge of the tile. (I'm using a old piece of a grinding wheel/ it works great) Keep a bottle of water near too. The water level should be kept up. I'm seeing water escaping from the over fill hole. That's a concern to me. I'm overall very happy that I bought this 650 model. It's working just fine on my bathroom subway tile job. Remember to level the table and enjoy.
Date published: 2019-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I used to be a professional, but hadn’t done any tile work in 10 years. I’ll just get down to it.... I used to be a professional, but hadn’t done any tile work in 10 years. I’ll just get down to it. Your tiles will jam and bog down do to the guide. To fix this, you need to offset the guide. Let’s say you’re cutting 51/4”. Set the guard to 5 1/4 on the cutting side, then “open” the gap on the trailing side 1/8” over. The blade will not bend and give you a curve in your cut, and the friction of the tile against the blade and guide will not big it down. Next tip, add a few drops of dish soap to the reservoir. Because the tile moves, the water bond Between the table and tile will create a suction cup effect. A little soap breaks the surface tension and allows for smoother feeding of your tiles. Third tip, the blade indexes into the assembly. If it’s backwards, your blade will not be centered and will spin off centered. Flip the blade over, and it’ll fit right in. Fourth tip, preventing chipping at the end of your cut. If it’s happening, stop 1/2” before the end. Raise the splash guard out of the way, hold your tile in their vertical position, and feed the last bit in vertically with the finished side towards the blade. If your walls aren’t square and straight, go with smaller tiles.
Date published: 2019-04-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for small diy jobs (video included). Let me start by saying that if you are a professional tile installer, this is not for you, but if you a diy'er that has smaller jobs around the house, this will work great for you. This saw is extremely light and easy to move around from place to place. It comes with everything you need to.start working, and only took about ten minutes to set everything up. As far as operation, it's simple, as all uou do is add about two cups of water and start cutting. The motor is 3/4 horsepower, but it does a good job cutting through standard tile, and will leave a smooth line each time. It also comes with a miter guage and a rip fence. I will say that the rip fence is a bit hare to line up as there is to much play, but one you get it where you want it, it will stay in place. If you have the fence off tilt just a bit, it may stall out the blade as it will wedge in you cut. I also like that it has anot extended pull out top for larger tile. All in all, I am satisfied as I got the job done, and did not need to spend $500 on a saw. I recommend P.so. this is also extremely easy to clean.
Date published: 2016-08-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from A Once Great Value Reduced To Useless Toy I bought an earlier version of this QEP product about 5-6 years ago and it was a terrific value. I accurately cut hundreds of 12 x 12s. It's been redesigned to look prettier but, in the process was cheapened to the level of a child's toy. In order to line the guide up with the blade, you have to match the numbers on the rulers at both ends of the table. Now the numbers are black on black plastic instead of stamped steel. Impossible to see under most conditions but cover them with water and tile sediment and they are invisible. They also angled the far side ruler to make certain that you could not read it without going around the other side. Result - jams and poor cuts. The angle guide was cheapened from a 2 piece steel and plastic part with infinite angle adjustment to a single pastic part that is supposed to follow the guide that you can no longer line up. Result - like other reviewers, you- stop using the frustrating guides and wing every cut by eyeball.
Date published: 2012-03-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great value for the price The product was very easy to set up and use. There are a couple things to be mindful of as you use it, but once you figure them out, you are good to go and this "value model" will be a great purchase. You only have 3/4 of a HP, so jobs go a bit slowly It only does 45 degree cuts, which is good for most, but if you need more, choose another model the blade it comes with is good - lasted through 700 pounds of true stone with many cuts the arm extension is excellent for supporting long pieces (like stone) The rubber footings were great for extra grip The guide bar is flimsy on the track, be SURE to line up BOTH SIDES The guard is OK - as with most guards the holder portion is slightly thicker than the cut you make - especially as the blad wears down, so it can be annoying as the job goes on. It was kind of easy to clean If using tiles, I prefer cutting face-down (reduces surface chipping), but where the bolts are saudered on have a "bump", so be careful of scratching (I later had to use enhancer to hide the scratches) For $89 - great buy overall. I wish I got it on sale, but am still happy with the value.
Date published: 2014-01-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I have nothing to compare this to as I bought it for my first tiling project of a backsplash usin... I have nothing to compare this to as I bought it for my first tiling project of a backsplash using domino size marble herringbone style tiles. This required MANY cuts, all on angles. While this saw isn't ideal for small tile, it worked, just depending on marked tile and close hand holding of tile through saw. The guide was pretty worthless for my small tile even when in 1 ft sq. mats. The angle guide would maybe be useful for larger tile but not for my small tile. All had to be cut by hand. Very durable motor and blade with no issues. It could use more surface space in front of blade to support tile mats. I stacked some wood blocks in front to give more support to tile mats as I cut them. Water system seemed to work well as long as you periodically rinsed/added clean water. Be prepared for a wet mess under and in front of saw. It definitely was worth the $100 not to hire someone for the project and it came out nice.
Date published: 2017-11-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cuts great on 18 inch tiles- measure twice, take your time. This is my first time cutting 18" Porcelain tile and after hours of searching for an affordable wet tile saw, I decided on this one because overall the reviews were pretty good and I needed a saw that would work for 18" tile. None of the other saws in this price range stated that they would cut 18" tiles. The arm extender works great on larger tiles and the table is pretty stable. It does take time to set up the fence and you need to measure the blade to the fence, front and rear to get a straight cut. The blade that it comes with is good and so far I have cut 21 18 inch tiles and it's still cutting good. As for free hand cutting, if you bind the blade it will stop. This isn't the saw for perfect cuts but for my home 385 square ft project it is perfect. Almost all the cuts will be covered by 1/4 round moldings. For the DIY this saw works great for the price.
Date published: 2013-10-21
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