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Ryobi 7" Tile Saw

deardeer 14 52 June 13, 2011 at 08:29 PM in Home & Home Improvement (2) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 06-14-2011 by deeds at 12:46 PM View Original Post
Home Depot has Ryobi WS730 7" Tile Saw on sale for $69. Shipping is free. Thanks deardeer
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Home depot online deal, 7 inch tile saw. on sale $69. free shipping.
I guess it is wet saw, but not sure why it says not water tray

http://www.homedepot.com/Flooring...ogId=10053

Amperage (amps) : 13 A
Assembled Depth (in.) : 28.67 in
Assembled Height (in.) : 10.54 in
Assembled Width (in.) : 19.12 in
Blade Material : Steel
Blade Thickness : .02 in
Blade size (in.) : 7
Deck material : Aluminum
Flooring Product Type : Tile Tool
Item Package Type : Cardboard Container
Item Weight : 21.49 lb
Manufacturer Warranty : 2 year warranty
Maximum tile cut size diagonal (in.) : 12
Maximum tile cut size rip (in.) : 16
Product Weight (lb.) : 27
Returnable : 90-Day
Tile Tool Type : Tile Cutter/Wet Saw
Voltage (volts) : 120 V
Water tray : No
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A good price but a lot of reviewers say it is quite crappy.
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the trick to using any tile saw, is to just go slow. it cuts smoother that way.
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This is a really nice deal, and with free shipping you can return it to the store w/o losing anything for 90 days. Also, I believe this model uses a garden hose rather than a water pump to supply water to the saw, so it'll probably need to be used outdoors. You can get a water pump seperately though.
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Home Depot has the Ryobi 7" Tile Wet Saw $69 w/ Free Shipping. It is regularly $199. Reviews are generally good (4 out of 5 stars for 34 reviews).
http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/w...71&cj=true
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good price!
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isn't this a crazy good deal?
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I own a $25 score/break tile cutter that worked great for my ceramic floors. Now we're re-doing our countertops with ceramic, but there's some L cuts that the score/break cutter just can't do. Would a tile saw be what I need then?

Can this cut glass and granite tiles with the same blade, just in case? Or do you have to get a different saw/blade for that?
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Quote from onecrazyfoo4u View Post :
I own a $25 score/break tile cutter that worked great for my ceramic floors. Now we're re-doing our countertops with ceramic, but there's some L cuts that the score/break cutter just can't do. Would a tile saw be what I need then?

Can this cut glass and granite tiles with the same blade, just in case? Or do you have to get a different saw/blade for that?
Cutting ceramic with a wet saw vs a breaker is night and day. Way easier and worth the investment.

IMHO, I would only cut ceramic/porcelain tile.
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And what would be the difference between a 7" saw and a 4" saw blade like this one at harbor freight: http://www.harborfreight.com/4-in...3.html?p=3

You can get that one for $48 with a 20% off coupon. They both cut the same size of tiles, can do angled cuts, etc. Is there a benefit between the 4" and 7" saw blades?

Harbor freight also has a 7" saw for $48 as well. They both have great reviews! http://www.harborfreight.com/7-in...5.html?p=2
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isn't this a crazy good deal?
Slick yes. Not crazy. Compared to the regular flat non-sliding wet saws (~$80 locally) it may not be better.

It is much easier to have the sliding deck but you may not get accurate cuts on this model. Reviews say the fence moves. Diagonal cuts may be a pain. I don't see any measurements on the deck?
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Quote from onecrazyfoo4u View Post :
And what would be the difference between a 7" saw and a 4" saw blade like this one at harbor freight: http://www.harborfreight.com/4-in...3.html?p=3

You can get that one for $48 with a 20% off coupon. They both cut the same size of tiles, can do angled cuts, etc. Is there a benefit between the 4" and 7" saw blades?

Harbor freight also has a 7" saw for $48 as well. They both have great reviews! http://www.harborfreight.com/7-in...5.html?p=2
Big difference, compare a 10" to a 7", huge difference there. Harbor freight stuff is a bit crappy imo, burnt out one of those 4" motors already.
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Quote from onecrazyfoo4u View Post :
And what would be the difference between a 7" saw and a 4" saw blade like this one at harbor freight: http://www.harborfreight.com/4-in...3.html?p=3

You can get that one for $48 with a 20% off coupon. They both cut the same size of tiles, can do angled cuts, etc. Is there a benefit between the 4" and 7" saw blades?

Harbor freight also has a 7" saw for $48 as well. They both have great reviews! http://www.harborfreight.com/7-in...5.html?p=2
7" is easier to find replacements. Larger size helps keep the tile straight when cutting.

None of the HF models have blades. A blade is $10-30. Those only cut 12" tiles.
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