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  • This tile saw features a stainless steel top that supports tiles up to 12" x 12", adjustable rip fence with miter gauge, and a blade cooling water reservoir to keep blade cool while minimizing dust and debris. 833 reviews give it a 4.3 out 5 star overall rating.
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Corrosive resistent stainless steel top supports tiles up to 12 x 12-in.
Adjustable rip fence with miter gauge for accurate straight and miter cuts
Blade cooling water reservoir to keep blade cool while minimizing dust and debris
Bevel cuts tile from 0 to 45 degrees. Cut Material: Stone/Masonry
Cross Cut Capacity: 7.75-in. Diagonal Cut Capacity: 7.25-in.

4.3 Review Rating

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Thanks. Perfect for me to do a few bathroom remodels and a couple tile backsplashes with.
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Good deal. Got this for $85 a couple years ago. Works very well; I have done a bathroom floor, a full tub surround and a kitchen backsplash. Everything from 12" square tiles to small mosaic tiles. You do have to refill the water reservoir frequently but no biggie.
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Lmao, just finished a tile job. Of course this goes on sale!
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Bought one of these refurb for about this price, used it on a subway tile backsplash. Having a good fence (which this thing does) goes a long way. Just make sure to loosen both screws, adjust fence, tighten front screw, then hold down the back of the fence in position while tightening the back screw, to ensure it will be parallel.
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Lmao, just finished a tile job. Of course this goes on sale!
You're still gonna buy it though, aren't you?
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I grew up doing construction, now own 3 houses, have no plans to do tilework anytime soon but want to buy this "just in case"
gf would probably kill me though

what makes it even worse is that it would be $49 +tax after $15 amazon cash promo discount
You own 3 houses which means your gf probably owns 0 you can afford it lol.
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Can it cut 18" ceramic tiles
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Decent tile saw. I remolded a house with this. Tiled the kitchen, both bathrooms, kitchen counter top and both bathroom counters. It's a decent entry level saw worked quite well on 12" ceramic tiles and also on stone and glass backsplash tiles.

Honestly if I was going to do another project though that large I'd pony up the $200-400 and get a larger unit where the blade moves and the tile stays still.

You'll also want to pick up another blade or two depending on how many cuts you are making.
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Crap... I hate how there are so many specialized tools. We're eventually wanting to do backsplash in our kitchen but not sure when. Does it make sense to buy tools like this or better just to rent or borrow one? We may redo bathroom floor tiles and bathtub wall tiles too but thats really far down the list at this point. I'd buy this if I had a shed/storage/workshop.
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Crap... I hate how there are so many specialized tools. We're eventually wanting to do backsplash in our kitchen but not sure when. Does it make sense to buy tools like this or better just to rent or borrow one? We may redo bathroom floor tiles and bathtub wall tiles too but thats really far down the list at this point. I'd buy this if I had a shed/storage/workshop.
You need to know if you are going to go full tile, or one of the stick on options that dont require a saw. Many different options available today that I wouldn't purchase something like this if you literally will have no use for it.

Financial choices
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Crap... I hate how there are so many specialized tools. We're eventually wanting to do backsplash in our kitchen but not sure when. Does it make sense to buy tools like this or better just to rent or borrow one? We may redo bathroom floor tiles and bathtub wall tiles too but thats really far down the list at this point. I'd buy this if I had a shed/storage/workshop.
It depends on timing and planning. If you rent you are on a schedule to return the equipment so if you need it for longer you have to pay more. Owning a saw also means you can do kitchen now and bathroom later in 3 weeks. If the rental difference is not a lot you could always sell it after the jobs.

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