This wet saw from QEP is portable, quality and cheap. It works very well for making cuts in ceramic, porcelain, marble slate and more. The table tilts for 15, 30 and 45 degree miter cuts and the overall device is designed for easy cleaning. It also has automatic thermal overload protection. The built in Splash guard keeps dust, debris and water spray to a minimum. The saw is completely self-contained and requires
no pumps or hoses. The diamond blade is cooled as it passes through the internal water reservoir during operation
QEP Portable Wet Saw Features
• Cuts materials such as ceramic, porcelain, marble and slates
• Table tilts for 15, 30 and 45 degree miter cuts
• Blade-cooling water reservoir is removable for easy cleaning
• Large steel cutting table for support of large tiles
• Durable blade
•Automatic thermal overload protection
• Easy to use and makes very straight cuts- better than more expensive products in the same range
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Here’s what one customer had to say about this wet saw . . .
Arrived in the proper condition. Setup like a small puzzle with a few pieces, due to instructions, but it gave a better understanding of the adjustments that could be made. The saw has performed very well. Stock blade has been making great cuts on 30 sq ft travertine backsplash project. I keep a garden hose on into the tray with a trickle running. The rail isn’t perfect, but the markings on the deck allow you to check alignment on both ends (provided they are accurate, but I haven’t had issues- cuts look good). My biggest complaint may be that I can’t remove the water bin if the saw is mounted by screws. Unscrew it from your mount first. My 5 stars is for value (price/performance), not for function. Do I wish I bought something else? No. I seriously looked at about 3 and chose this one. (B. Wild)
This QEP Portable Wet Saw is a cheap quality option with good reviews. It makes straight, clean cuts and has a durable blade. This small, but remarkably powerful saw is ideally suited for the “small-job” contractor or serious DIY’er. It has a full 3/4 HP motor offering the user the ability to cut any tile substrate from ceramic to stone to porcelain. It offers many of the same features found in larger saws, but is perfect for those small work spaces like bathrooms and kitchens. .The only negative points from the customers were about the strength of the motor, the vague set-up instructions and the water bin- it was recommended that you unscrew it from the mount, but overall a good product.
I’m very happy with this unit. (Ronald S. Handa)
I rate this based on cost. It can cut straight and is easy to use. Ryobi has $200-300 sliding saws that are a bit more powerful but actually can’t cut as straight and this cheap little table saw. (Kyle V.)
Don’t let the price fool you – this is a great little saw for the average DIY’er. (Brad)
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