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Plasplugs DWW406US Power Master Wet Saw


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  • Wet saw for use cutting porcelain, tile, granite, ceramics, and marble
  • Powerful 1/2 -horsepower High torque geared motor
  • Unique water recirculation system allows more time to cut tiles and less time refilling the water
  • Includes 4-1/4-inch diamond impregnated blade, straight cutting guide with dual locking mechanism and angle protractor cutting guide
  • 1-year limited warranty
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number DWW406US
Item Weight10.6 pounds
Product Dimensions17 x 15.8 x 4 inches
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Item model numberDWW406US
Stylewet
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description1 year parts, 1 year labor
  
Additional Information
ASINB00009363N
Best Sellers Rank #444,104 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10.6 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableJune 16, 2006
  
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The Plasplugs Power Master Wet Saw has a powerful 1/2 HP geared motor that cuts any tile any size or length up to 1-inch thick. A unique water recirculation system ensures a clean, less-splash cut and less time refilling the water reservoir. It's portable so you can take the cutter to the job, not the tiles to the cutter. Achieve a variety of different cuts including miters, drop cuts, diagonals and straights with ease. This product is backed up by a 1-year warranty and includes a quality 4-1/4-inch high quality diamond impregnated blade, straight cutting guide with dual locking mechanism and a angle protractor cutting guide.

What's in the Box
Wet saw, 4-1/4-inch high quality diamond impregnated blade, straight cutting guide with dual locking mechanism and a angle protractor cutting guide.

From the Manufacturer

Powerful 1/2-horsepower geared motor driven tile wetsaw. cuts any tile any size or length up to 1-inch thick. Unique water re circulation system ensures a clean less splash cut and less time re filling the water reservoir. portable so you can take the cutter to the job not the tiles to the cutter. Achieve a variety of different cuts including miters, drop cuts, diagonals and straights with ease. The product is backed up by a 1-year warranty via our customer service free phone 1-800-966-6400. Includes a quality 4-1/4-inch high quality diamond impregnated blade, straight cutting guide with dual locking mechanism and a angle protractor cutting guide. This is Europe's biggest selling tile cutter now available in the U.S.A.

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Customer Reviews

For 100 bucks, you can't go wrong.
Mr. David D. Cianciolo
Since then, that saw has worked on EVERY tile job we have completed since!
D. Sargent
I cut 2pcs of 1/2" 18"x18" travertine stone tile and the motor quit.
Hung Loo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By coops on July 22, 2004
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Bought this as a first wet saw for two small bathroom stone tile jobs. For making straight cuts it works well enough. However, the cheap plastic rip fence broke after about 15 cuts, after which I had to clamp it down. Never had use for the miter gauge, but it looked like accuracy might be an issue--again, a cheap-looking plastic item. Yes, this saw will make 45-deg bevel cuts, but only at the end of a piece, not in the middle, and with pretty poor accuracy. All in all, I was frustrated but getting by with this saw--it's still cheaper than renting for more than a day or two--but then when I was about 80% done with the project, the motor simply quit halfway through a cut and would not reset even after a "cooldown".

Overall, I'd recommend this only for very small projects where you want the time flexibility of making cuts over a few days rather than renting.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By R. Alami-Merrouni on June 14, 2005
As a new home owner I was happy with this saw at first, not really knowing what to expect. The monstrous fountain of spray created by the cutting wheel was tolerable, but one job escalated into three, by which time the motor had failed.

Anyway, I purchased an all steel model with a 3/4 hp motor for the same price and it was clear that the Plasplugs model was inferior in every way. For DIY take a look at the Workforce THD 550 or the very similar WS1807 from TileTools.us. It's a no brainer...
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 10, 2003
This is the only tile saw I have ever used. That being said...I gotta say "so far, so good".
I thought the plastic thing would fall apart but so far:
I've laid two bathrooms in ceramic, Two full houses in slate 16" flooring tiles and our detached home office in natural saltillo tile. Not the top of the line but not bad for a $99.00 saw either! It's major water spray but so what. Love these rooms! Gotta give this saw it's due.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By D. Sargent on June 28, 2006
We are general contractors and we do a fair amount of tile work. We own several MK tile saws. We bought this saw 7 years ago as a joke. We could not believe that a tile saw for a hundred bucks could work. Diamond blades alone hover around that price. Since then, that saw has worked on EVERY tile job we have completed since! Every time I press the switch to start it now, I am in disbelief that it starts and We have done zero maintenance on it.

The saws advantages are that it cuts from the bottom so the back of the cut is longer, it has no costly pumps to replace (the blade dips into the water), it is very light weight easily carried w/one hand, it is completely selfcontained (just put water into it, plug it in and turn it on), no pumps to burn out and as tile saws go, it is a clean operating saw (very little mess, especially w/small tiles).

Its disadvantages are that it cuts large tiles very slowly (I would not recomend it for large tiles) and the fence is useless (we just clamp a piece of 1x to the saw).

By the way, I am not in the habbit of writing reviews.

David S.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 26, 2003
I don't think much of the construction of this product - after only moderate use the nylon gear in the motor gear reduction unit lost all the teeth. This may have been caused because there was only a small amount of grease in the housing. As this is an area that is not regularily serviced it may help if more lubricant was added during assembly. Seems a shame that a [$$$] tool was rendered useless by a lack of ... of lubricant. Wouldn't recommend!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 13, 2003
Good tile saw for the homeowner at reasonable cost. A bit messy to use but good results. I've been using it to cut granite tiles and it worked very well.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Linda Day on September 24, 2010
I have had this Plasplugs DWW406 US wet saw for years, and it has seen me through two bathrooms, a kitchen backsplash, and a 260-square-foot patio paved with 18" x 1/2" travertine tiles. It's still working, and still on the original blade.

I didn't expect it to make it through the patio, but it did. Of course, as a small and inexpensive saw with a small blade and only 1/2 HP, it was VERY slow on those big tiles. But I didn't push it, and I got straight cuts by drawing a line to follow and eyeballing the cut. (The fence is pretty useless, and impossible to use for tiles larger than about 6 inches.)

There is a review that says blades are impossible to find. That's not quite true -- this is a UK machine, and the blades measure 4.33 inches, with a funky arbor size, all metric I guess. However, it is possible to get them from the Plasplugs website: Go to [...] and click on the American flag to get to their US site. Then click on replacement blades in the left-side menu. The standard blade is pricey at about $25, and the blade for hard surfaces is $27. But this is about what you'll pay at Home Depot for a good blade, and it's still cheaper than a new saw.

I rented a large 10" saw for one day of work on the patio (which overall took me more than a month to complete working on weekends) and paid $75 for the rental, because I thought this little saw wouldn't handle the job. Yes, the rental unit was much more sturdy and much faster cutting, but it's also too heavy for one person to lift, and for as many days as I needed a saw, it would have cost me hundreds. The little Plasplugs is totally portable and doesn't take much space to store, and it gets the job done.
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