This saw is equipped with a 6.5 amp, 1 1/4 horsepower motor. The cutting table is die-cast aluminum and will not rust. It has the capability to cut any size tile, can also cut 0 - 45 degree miters and comes with a 1 year warranty. A great tile saw for the serious d-i-y'er.
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Product Title: Husky 7 In. Wet Tile Saw with Laser THD750L
Power Score: 4.4 | 56 Reviews
Product Reviews (10)
7 In. Wet Tile Saw
Just completed a tile renovation on my kitchen counters and backsplash and couldn't have done it as quick as I did it without this saw. I had a lot of cuts to do and the stability of this saw helped to make very good cuts. A nice feature of this saw is it has a self contained water sump, which there was no need to have hoses hooked to it. Clean up of the saw was very easy.
By kmorg on Home Depot - Mar 7, 2010
Kitchen backsplash install
Purchased this saw to install my kitchen backsplash,app. 25 sq ft. With no tile setting experience, this Huskey tile saw made the install very easy. The saw has plenty of power for the typical homeowner who want's to save money and do the job themselves.
By Pinner on Home Depot - Feb 27, 2010
Great for a beginner
I was very pleased with the quality of this wet saw. It is easy to use and made my first tile job easy.
By Fponline on Home Depot - Feb 16, 2010
Great deal, great product
Bought this one instead of the one in store. Got free shipping and I am more than pleased with this saw considering it was the same price as the cheapest one in store. I am not sure what others were talking about the blade shield. It adjusts and comes off if necessary. Perhaps they didn't figure this out. The guide works well, too. It isn't necessary on small cuts (like small cuts that you need...
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Bought this one instead of the one in store. Got free shipping and I am more than pleased with this saw considering it was the same price as the cheapest one in store. I am not sure what others were talking about the blade shield. It adjusts and comes off if necessary. Perhaps they didn't figure this out. The guide works well, too. It isn't necessary on small cuts (like small cuts that you need when going around door frames). I used this to remodel a kitchen and bathroom. Also used it to create a marble countertop. Cut through ceramic and marble with ease. I did the entire renovation with the blade that came with it!. That's 40sqft of marble and over 350sqft of ceramic with the stock blade. Make sure that you have a towel under it. Better yet a few towels. You are going to make a mess, but that is true with all tile saws. This one sprays you in the front when you have the water to the preferred level. Good news is that most of the water that sits on the top of the tile while cutting runs back into the water well and not on the floor. When it comes time for cleanup, this thing cleans up pretty easily. Just spray/wipe it down and it's good to go. Don't leave the tile residue sludge in for too long (a few days) or you're going to end up with reconstituted tile in the water well. It comes up though, just add some more water and scrape it out of there.
By ChrisB85 on Home Depot - Feb 9, 2010
Great Tile saw
I shopped around and found this wet tile saw to be the best deal. I am very pleased with the quality of product that it is. I used it for cutting slate tile and it goes through like butter. Real nice clean cuts. The laser light is also very helpful. Overall, I highly recommend this product for any one looking to get their money's worth.
By Tampahandyman on Home Depot - Jan 28, 2010