What are the best values for wet tile saws in 2014? Today we rank the best rated tile saws according to price, customer reviews, and features. Grab a hold of your keyboard because we’re about to unleash the monsters starting with the DeWalt tile saw.
We can not believe this bad boy is $679 with free shipping and no tax. 58/72 sparkling 5-star reviews.
Huge cutting capacity, 26″ rip and 18 3/8″ diagonally. Fairly light weight, 70 lbs. Smooth and accurate cutting tray. Exceptional water containment, saw can be setup inside a house with a minimal protection.
A professional grade tile saw for $679, get outta here. Click the link below to read reviews and specs.DEWALT D24000 1.5-Horsepower 10-Inch Wet Tile Saw
You might not of heard of the Beast but it’s hot and it just might be #1 once more people know about it. 10/12 5 star reviews and some say it’s better than DeWalt.
Untamed motor power, the tray slides straight and easily, the blade is a quick-change and top of the line quality. Cuts are straight and very fast. Cutting both ceramic and porcelain, makes no difference, it cuts very quickly through both.
LED Laser sight guide works like a dream for making precision cuts.
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Click the link below to get more specs and customer reviews.Lackmond WTS2000LN Beast 10-Inch Wet Tile/Stone Saw with Laser, Worklight and Stand
The Bosch wet saw is another strong candidate that came out of the gates strong in late 2013 and should become a force in the tile saw market for 2013.
There’s two models: Bosch TC10-07 and TC10. The only difference is a folding stand. Combined 8/10 5 star reviews.
Some say it’s the best wet saw out there. Smooth, butter cuts. Industrial grade motor. Customers swear by it.
Click the link below for the small complaints and specs.Bosch TC10-07 10-Inch Wet Tile and Stone Saw with Folding Stand
9 out of 11 reviewers gave the MK Diamond 5 stars. Call this tile saw the energizer bunny because it never dies.
Solid, well made and not too heavy. Rips 45 degree cuts and the plunge goes up to 18 inch tile. Got enough horse power to cut hard stone.
Great water containment and also easy to break down. This baby is the real deal and costs less than the upper echelon models.
Click the link below to find out complaints and specs on the MK.MK Diamond 160267 MK-770EXP 1-1/2-Horsepower 7-Inch Wet Tile Saw
You can’t go wrong with any of these wet saws. DeWalt is the safe choice but we have a feeling the Beast and Bosch are probably better but just not as well known. There’s a slight dropoff with the MK Diamond but it’s still a high quality machine.