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MK Diamond 160028 MK-377 1/2-Horsepower 7-Inch Wet Tile Saw


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  • Engineered for cutting ceramic, travertine, & slate
  • Designed for the homeowner, D.I.Y., & craftsman
  • Includes 7" diamond blade, water pump, wrenches and rip guide
  • Chrome guide-bar and linear bearing assembly ensures precise alignment during cutting operations
  • Compact & lightweight with molded carrying handles. High-impact removable thermoplastic water reservoir that will not rust or bend out of shape
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MK Diamond 160028 MK-377 1/2-Horsepower 7-Inch Wet Tile Saw + MK Diamond 158434 7" MK-225 Hot Dog Premium Thin-Rim Blade + M-D Building Products 49943 Compound Tile Nippers (PRO)
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 160028
Item Weight30 pounds
Product Dimensions26 x 12 x 16.5 inches
Item model number160028
Sizefull size
Stylewet
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Voltage115 volts
Horsepower0.5 HP
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsstand
Warranty Descriptionone-year warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB0006590DW
Best Sellers Rank #134,398 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight30.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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Product Description

Product Description

MK377 WET TILE SAW High-torque, universal motor. Runs on standard house current and draws only 5 amps at 115V Engineered for cutting ceramic, travertine, & slate MK-Safeswitch prevents saw from being operated when locking key is removed Chrome guide-bar and linear bearing assembly ensures accurate tracking & alignment Single piece zinc-plated steel frame for rigidity, strength and durability Hinged blade guard for easy blade changes Fully submersible, thermally protected water pump High-impact removable thermoplastic water reservoir that will not rust or bend out of shape Includes 7 diamond blade, water pump, wrenches and rip guide 115-Volt. 60 HZ motor. 5,500 RPM. 7 blade capacity. 5/8 arbor size. 2 depth of cut.

From the Manufacturer

"The MK-377 is a lightweight and compact 1/3HP Wet Cutting Tile Saw for the DIY homeowner & craftsman. This saw has a blade capacity of 7 inches, cuts up to a 14" tile, diagonally cuts up to a 10" tile, and includes a 7" MK-100 Wet Cutting Diamond Blad

Important Information

Bulb Voltage
115 Volts

Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By R. Pries on April 16, 2010
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Pros : It works, Good power, Nice design
Cons : You'll get wet, Stock blade not very good
Best Uses : DIY, Tiles less then 14 inches

I bought this to cut tile for the bathroom in my lower level finish and gave it a test run by tiling my entry way, ~32 square feet with a 2 tile hop-scotch pattern using 13" and 6 3/8" ceramic tiles. Set-up was quick and easy, and I was cutting tile in about 30 minutes. The stock blade left small chips near the cut line so I bought a new Dewalt blade from lowes for $34 and now it cuts like butter with only minor chipping (which I hear is pretty inevitable). Overall I am very happy with this purchase and would recommend this product.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Riven on August 31, 2013
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I bought this product for the name brand, MK Diamond is supposed to be the top line of wet saws. This tool missed the mark by a far shot! I've put perhaps 2 hours on the machine. The switch has failed. The rail system is lacking. Regardless of how often I lubricate the left side rail system, which is self inclosed, the table action is stiff. Not to mention, the table slopes down to the saw kerf, which translates to the right hand side of the tile will always chip out. Regardless of how slow you guide the tile through the last 1/4" of the cut. This saw falls short so many ways. Did I mention the motor is Chinese made? After the switch went bad I opened the case. Wow! MK Diamond, SHAME ON YOU! Do not buy this saw!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Sean Ireland on May 26, 2012
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When I ordered this saw from Amazon I expected to have a 7 to 10 day wait for delivery. The saw was delivered the second day after it was ordered. Thanks Amazon!
The Diamond MK-377 is an excelent saw for the home do-it-your-self worker. Would also recommend it to professional contractors who are working small single-room projects as this saw is extremely portable and lightweigt to carry. Power is excellent for cutting standard ceramic floor and wall tile up to 12" x 12". The saw requires minor assembly and I was able to have it job-ready in less than 10 minutes. Recommendation: Pay particular attention when installing the saw blade. Make SURE the blade is seated properly and the brass 0-ring and blade are seated flat against the arbors before operating the saw. The only "disappointment" I have with this saw is the way MK Diamond designed the water pump. It is almost impossible to seat the pump inside the tub without having the pump line interfear with the saw operation. I highly recommend purchasing a longer hose and installing the water pump in a 5-gallon bucket. This will keep the pump free of debris and will also eliminate the unit from interfearing with the saw operation. The pump on my unit failed within 5 minutes of first-use. I called the MK Diamond 800 number (located on the top of the saw) and received EXCELLENT service from these folks. They sent me a new pump which arrived via UPS in two days. Thanks guys! Excellent product for the money and excellent service from the manufacturer. I have no regrets in making this purchase.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Floyd Williamson on May 23, 2014
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I want to write a great review but can't. The saw works great and the overall concept is excellent but the details of the product do not deliver. First, the water pump supplied is some super cheap $2 Chinese-made piece of junk. Wasted a good 4 hours trying to get ANY water flow to the saw. Finally gave-up and went to Lowe's and bought a $16 water-pump and replaced it. The saw works well and the water-flow is good with a working pump. The plastic table is horrible and the surface is not flat or square. It might work great with smaller tiles but it cannot cut large tiles without breaking the tile at the end. It states it works with 14" tiles but it takes a lot of patience and skill to use with larger tiles. Long cuts on large tiles requires a shim to correct for the errors. Without using a shim the cut will be off more than 1/16th of an inch on a 13" tile. A 1/16th error sounds insignificant but it is visible to the eye when the tile is installed next to another tile.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Darren Block on August 22, 2013
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It works really well for the price you pay. The water pump has a tendancy to come loose and float around.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By KarlT on January 7, 2013
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As a do it yourselfer and after buying and borrowing those $50 tile saws, I decided to step up to this one. I read the advice from the other buyers here and followed them except for buying a new blade.
I felt using a water bucket for the pump was a good idea. I had enough space on my cutting table for the bucket so I didnt get a longer hose. I had no problems with the pump.
The blade was fine for me. If you cut with the porcelin side up the cut is much smoother.
While cutting a 6ft long piece of marble, the piece stopped cutting because the plug got caught between the upright and the marble. To avoid this you can place the open ended wrench in the hole of the upright and drop the cord in it. It keeps the plug away from the water too.
Spray the round bar that holds the tray with WD-40 when you're done for the day.
Be aware that if you use this inside, the tray has a cut out on the rear of the pan. This is to let water out in that area instead of every edge. For me everytime I filled th bucket with water, I scooped the pan water out.

I think one con and not much of one of the saw is that the motor is too loud; for me. I suppose it was worse that the saw was inside.
I think the pan could have been 6" longer.
It should have come with a 45 degree angle even though there is a angle kit sold by MK. I think I will get the kit.

I think this is a good little saw and I am happy I have it.
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