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  • Powerful 12 Amp motor cuts through tough tiling materials
  • Includes: 4 in. Diamond Blade and 12 ft. Water Supply Hose
  • Backed by the RYOBI 3-Year Manufacturer's Warranty
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Product Overview

RYOBI introduces the 4 in. Handheld Wet Tile Saw. With upgraded speed and power, it is the perfect tool for any tile job. Backed by the RYOBI 3-Year Manufacturer's Warranty, the 4 in. Handheld Wet Tile Saw includes a 4 in. diamond cutting wheel, arbor wrenches, a water supply hose, a faucet adaptor, and an operator's manual.
  • Powerful 12 Amp motor to help you cut through the toughest tiling materials
  • Lock-on trigger for added control when making long cuts and continuous usage
  • GRIPZONE overmold technology with micro texture for increased comfort during prolonged use
  • Can cut material up to 1-5/32 in. at 90° and 3/4 in. when at 45°
  • Externally accessible brushes for fast/easy brush changes and less downtime
  • Brass water regulator to control water flow during use
  • 3-year manufacturer's warranty
  • Includes: (1) TC401 12 Amp Corded 4 in. handheld wet tile saw, (1) 12 ft. water supply with regulator and faucet adapter, GFCI plug, arbor wrench, 4 in. diamond cutting wheel, and operator's manual






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Tool TypeWet Tile SawWet Tile SawWet Tile SawWet Tile Saw
Cuts ThroughCeramic,Glass,Masonry,Masonry,PorcelainCeramic,Glass,PorcelainCeramic,Glass,Masonry,Masonry,PorcelainCeramic,Glass,Masonry,Porcelain
Tile Saw FeaturesBevel,Plunge,Water PumpWater TrayBevel,Water PumpBevel,Stand,Water Pump
Blade TypeDiamond DiamondDiamond
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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade size (in.)
4
Blade Thickness (in.)
.047
Diameter (in.)
7.17 in
Product Depth (in.)
8.6 in
Product Height (in.)
6.5 in
Product Width (in.)
7.17 in
Table Length (in.)
0
Table Width (in.)
0

Details

Amperage (amps)
12
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Tile Wet Saw
Blade Type
Diamond
Condition
New
Construction Material
Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)
Cord Length (ft.)
6
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Cuts Through
Ceramic,Glass,Masonry,Masonry,Porcelain
Deck material
Aluminum
Dust Collection Method
None
Horsepower (hp)
2 hp
Included Accessories
Allen Key/Wrench,Blade(s)
Maximum Speed (rpm)
13700
Maximum tile cut size diagonal (in.)
72
Maximum tile cut size rip (in.)
72
Portability
Bench
Product Weight (lb.)
8
PT Horsepower (Hp)
2
Returnable
90-Day
Saw Blade Material
Diamond
Tile Saw Features
Bevel,Plunge,Water Pump
Tool Type
Wet Tile Saw
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Voltage (volts)
120

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3 year limited warranty

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.3
    out of 285 reviews
  • 82% recommend this product
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I returned this to the store, the horizontal play in the motor shaft left the blade to much movem...
I returned this to the store, the horizontal play in the motor shaft left the blade to much movement. Even moving slowly and with a straight edge it chipped up the edge of the cut. It's a shame, I had high hopes this would be a good tool. Likely fine for course work, lines in concrete floor and such. Not for tile though. I do have three other wet tile saws and read tool instructions for use. The image included shows the cut this made on the bottom edge and the top edge has a cut made with another saw I own.
by Mark
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1 person found this helpful
Great tile saw at a great price. For my DIY work, there was no need to spend more. We've used a c...
Great tile saw at a great price. For my DIY work, there was no need to spend more. We've used a couple of these over the years on many tile jobs at ours as well as friends and relatives houses. Very reliable and easy to use. Great on large and small format tiles. The saw's blade size is good for both straight push cuts and plunge cuts. We've had success with this on glass tile (with a glass tile blade), porcelain and ceramic tiles. Care needs to be taken to make sure the pressure regulator is not screwed onto the hose too tightly as doing so can cause the regulator to restrict the flow to the point where no water flows. The water valve itself is pretty good, but the plastic fitting to which it's attached is a bit flimsy and can break. Finding a replacement fitting is really tough. The bevel angle adjustments and depth adjustments are easy to do. We have a small tile table saw as well, but never use it any more as this is so much easier to set up and use. For the normal DIY work we do, it's perfect.
by BuckeyeDIY
  • DIY
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1 person found this helpful
This little baby is legit
We needed an inexpensive wet saw to cut tile for our lanai. We did not have the budget for the $700 tile saws out there and since we were only doing this as a home project had no need for the bigger tile saws, we came across this one. After reading all the positive reviews we thought we’d give it a try. For under $100 we could not go wrong. We used it to cut tile for a 260 sq ft area. We built a small guide with wood and clamps on saw horses so we’d get straight cuts. Having the water line attached helped eliminate dust from cutting. This baby worked like a champ with the same blade all the way through the job, and still has a lot of blade for a larger job. Would not hesitate if you are considering it.
by DC
    3 people found this helpful
    It's easy to handle and gets those small jobs done easily. It can definitely be used on a profess...
    It's easy to handle and gets those small jobs done easily. It can definitely be used on a professional job.
    by Gardeningfool
    • DIY
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    • Recommended Product
    2 people found this helpful
    Easy to use and works great
    This tile was perfect for my DIY job of tiling my home office. I needed to cut large 2'x4' porcelain tiles. The blade worked well and there were no issues with water output. My only issue was the instruction manual. It wanted to see the instructions for set up and it referred me to page 15, but my manual stopped at page 13, it was obvious somehow pages were missing. Fortunately I was able to figure it out by looking at the picture on the box.
    by Matt
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      1 person found this helpful
      I am a pretty experienced DIYer. Most of my power tools are cordless Dewalt. Most of my outdoor t...
      I am a pretty experienced DIYer. Most of my power tools are cordless Dewalt. Most of my outdoor tools are Ryobi. I just built a small stone frame to accommodate a built in grill. The front and sides are stone and the top is Volga Blue granite, one of the more dense granites. The granite measures about 1 5/32” thick, the exact depth that the saw can cut. The saw was easy to put together. Hooking it up to the waterline was a cinch. Let me tell you, the thing is a workhorse. I was told by a few people that I would have to make several passes to cut through the granite. (My first time cutting granite I had no idea.) Not true, this thing cut through the granite in one single pass. The cuts were all clean and smooth and no chipping. The saw moves at a steady pace without getting bogged down or going off line. You can adjust the water flow to your liking. I set mine to a small trickle of water and it created no real mess at all. I was able to cut inside my garage where the granite was located. There was slight puddles of water in the immediate area but nothing shooting all over the garage. I highly highly recommend this saw.
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        3 people found this helpful
        I have a tile design company and use my large 10" professional wet saw a lot -for almost everythi...
        I have a tile design company and use my large 10" professional wet saw a lot -for almost everything. However, I have a small project that requires cutting a gentle inside curve for a tiled archway. This Ryobi 4" saw works great -and saves me the time it would have taken to "chew" it away with the larger saw blade -or send the tiles to be water-jet cut (which would also be expensive). I've attached a picture of 2 tiles. The one on the left was cut with the Ryobi in probably less than a minute. The one of the right was cut with my 10" pro saw by chewing away the gentle inside curve on the bottom -which took about 8 minutes or more (and was a bit nerve-wracking) and is very rough. The other picture shows the edges to show how much smoother the Ryobi cut made. It was easy to assemble, set up and use. I had just a dribble coming from the water hose, but it's a bit messy..so you might want to wear a plastic apron. I've only had it for less than 24 hours -so have no idea how long the saw or the blade will last...but it's already paid for itself in time and money saved with any other option.
        by TileHag
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          3 people found this helpful
          This saw rocks on Patio Pavers. I putting in some standard patio pavers 2.5 or so inches thick a...
          This saw rocks on Patio Pavers. I putting in some standard patio pavers 2.5 or so inches thick and used this saw for the cutting the pavers along the garage of - see picture. Was able to cut through them no problem on one side and then on the other at which point I was through the paver and had the piece I needed. Was also able to freehand cut some idents for a vertical electrical conduit. I've also used it for tile cutting but only for pieces where the molding hid the cut edge - not sure if it is suitable for fine tile work. Makes a mess so make sure you don't do it next to your house or something you don't really want to clean.
          by DJW
            2 people found this helpful
            Bought this for a small tile job in my bathroom that needed a lot long cuts and notches. This li...
            Bought this for a small tile job in my bathroom that needed a lot long cuts and notches. This little saw was a steal. It is well balanced and very easy to control and made precise, fast cuts. My only complaint is that it's GFI is extremely sensitive to shock (physical not electrical), but I'm not going to knock down an otherwise great little saw for keeping me safe.
            by Alex
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              1 person found this helpful
              Very nifty little gadget. I bought this to take overseas to work on a house. My crew loved it so ...
              Very nifty little gadget. I bought this to take overseas to work on a house. My crew loved it so much that I left in in Jamaica. I was able to do a whole house in a few days and left it there to do more. It is very lightweight.
              by Saw
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