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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 degree and 3/4 in. when at 45 degree
  • 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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  • 4.3
    out of 409 reviews
  • 87%recommend this product
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Needed a saw to cut a 45 on some stone....
Needed a saw to cut a 45 on some stone. The saw works okay. I’ve used better. The blade that comes with it is complete garbage. I had to buy a better blade.
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Good cost-benefit ratio!
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I found this tool for a good price compared to other wet saw tools for a DIY backsplash projects. Pros: - I was able to make some challenging cuts. - Assembly process was straightforward from installation of the saw and the connection to the water line. - In straight cuts the product performed very well. Cons - I consider heavy to be able to handle with only one hand. It is safer to use both hands to ensure right cuts. - The saw worked well in thin tile. However with a thicker one I felt the saw had a limited capacity to cut. Perhaps, I need to improve my cutting skills. - I read the manual in Spanish and there are several mistakes. It is difficult to follow the reading. Manual must be updated. - Videos in YouTube from Ryobi explaining tips and tricks with this machine will be very helpful. Product was necessary to successfully complete my project.
    • Recommended
    The Best!
    We purchased this saw for outside patio porcelain tile job. The tiles were 24"x24"x3/4" thick. Yikes! Pro desk associate recommended this saw.... game changer. Lightweight, easy to use, water kept blade cool. Plunge cuts and gentle curves were possible. Be careful of the constant on button as it is easy to engage and scary when saw doesn't turn off - just click trigger. This was a three blade job so buy extra. Remember safety glasses, dust mask AND ear protection. Love this tool!
      • Recommended
      1 found this review helpful
      Works great!!
      [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] We put board around my replaced fireplace and then finished with beautiful backboard stone tiles. The saw cut the tiles. Hardest thing was to put the blade on the saw. Needed help from tool rental desk to crack the bolt.
        • Recommended
        Not For Thick Tile
        I bought this saw to cut 1/2 inch porcelain tile. After 5 minutes of trying to cut one tile, I boxed it up and returned it. The water hose hookup is not very long and makes a mess. I exchanged this saw for the Ryobi 7in tabletop wet saw. It cut the tile no problem. If you’re trying to cut thicker tile, don’t waste your time with this portable one. Just spend a little bit more for the table top saw.
        Response from RYOBIMar 22, 2022
        Hello, Jesse - We're very sorry that the performance of the tile saw did not quite meet your expectations! We would have been happy to speak with you about this issue, so we could have tried to turn this experience around. But we appreciate you taking the time to leave your honest feedback with us and for staying within the RYOBI family! And feel free to email us anytime at Reviews@RYOBItools.com, if you'd like to continue this conversation. RYOBIOutdoorTools
          Ability for unorthodox use.
          I've read quite a bit of the reviews. the common theme is that for most it did the job they purchased it to do and of the many different reasons they chose it over a different style (table top, rolling tray, stand mounted) comes down to simple economics. So if you have to put slightly more attention to detail and quality control measures in place to end up with the same or very close results to using pro sliding tray compound bevel wet saw,and you only spend 35% of what you would, buying a higher quality saw, wbich even then the guarantee of satisfactory performance is mixed than of course you are going to pick it up and try it. you would be a fool not too. THE top 1% in this world have many things in common but the most obvious is the ability to be frugal. if you can get by and accomplish your goal with minimal expenses why wouldn't you?I personally did 2 COMPLETE custom Bathrooms with this saw before doing a 3rd project where I had to install a 38"x 24" 3 3 exhaust fan for a local business owner through the exterior wall of his convenience store.. I plunge cut through the exterior of a convenience store (1st layer: brick and mortar with cinderblock behind that) to the max depth the saw would allow and it didn't bat an eyeful buried , it just kept plugging along . in about 10 minutes I had the outline cut, then 2 cross hatch cuts diagonally. a 4lb mini sledge smacked the center of the square and all the brick I had cut toppled right out like butter. next layer cinder block ... less than 5 minutes later I was looking inside the store from out side. Moral of the story.... versatility. I saw innovation when I bought it. I save d time on that first bathroom that was on the 3rd floor in a fairly nice home built in the 1800's because I couldn't setup my big pro saw with expandable table slides for larger tile because there wasn't the room and for fear of making a mess. leaving me with two options.. hike down 3 stories to the front porch, make a cut,, hike back up 3 stories, plop my piece,, and repeat or freehand cutting my tile for the entire bathroom right inside the tub keeping everything contained and the progress moving. 10' high ceilings Custom tub Surround with built in niche, sanitary wall tile, floor tile, bullnose and rope tiles, Glass backsplash and accent. oh. I would like to point out that for any construction worker who buys a tile saw and expects they are going to get a blade worth anything more than to cut butter, your funny, and to those who all complain about the water pressure blowing the hose off....... big letters in the manual for those who chose not to care.... must use pressure regulator adaptor that also came in the box with the saw because the saw isn't designed to have 25 psi of water running through it. it a small handheld cut off tile saw, not a commercial Husqvarna pipe saw.
            • Recommended
            4 found this review helpful
            Simply amazing; versatile!!
            Just used to cut 1.5” quartz counters and was blown away. Good: clean cuts, precise, easy setup, better vs traditional tile cutters, very stable, ergonomic, h2o valve on saw Bad: has an off-measure of 3 5/8” to blade edge from side, directions sux
              • Recommended
              1 found this review helpful
              Buy it NOW
              first off this saw is well worth the money i do floors for a living and this was the first ive heard of a handheld wet tile saw.ive used this thing for 4 days straight and MAN!! it out porforms my table top wet tile saw and don't believe the mumbo jumbo about the blade that it comes with I'm still cutting with that same blade making smooth fine cuts and the water hose the part that connects to the pressure regulator just take it off and put super glue on it and stick it right back on it'll never blow off and as far as the guide from what I've seen all of the handheld wet tile saws have similar guides keep the pressure regulator on this saw it works best with it on. this all blows my mind I would have paid more for this saw. did Mateo I have been cutting is porcelain tile with a smooth glossy finish on the top I am very impressed with the performance of this little saw I will never use a table wet tile saw again. I am a very very experienced home remodeler so I do this every day I'm in love with this saw and honestly I have not had the first problem with this saw other than the hose going off but like I said a little super glue fixes that problem buy this saw. and another hint when the saw blade starts walking away from your line keep a little pressure on the front of the guide and lift the back side of the saw up reposition your saw and go back down and continue cutting it solves the problem
                • Recommended
                3 found this review helpful
                Great for wet cutting bricks
                [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I bought this due to the number of pavers and edgers we needed to cut and only working on the weekends would have required multiple rentals of a larger saw, I remembered using one of these when I used to work in granite. Sure enough I would be able to two cut the bricks by cutting the top and then the bottom with no dust (wet cut). Saw worked as well as I remembered the tool at work 14 years ago.
                  • Recommended
                  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.
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                  5 found this review helpful
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