|Item Weight||11.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||36 x 29.2 x 20.4 inches|
|Item model number||D24000|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||90-day money back, 1-year free service contract, 3-year limited warranty|
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DEWALT D24000 1.5-Horsepower 10-Inch Wet Tile Saw
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- able has rubber top to prevent sliding and slipping
- Only 69 pounds, allowing one person to transport it and set it up
- Huge cutting capacity, 26″ rip and 18 3/8″ diagonally
- Plunge feature allows the user to make quick plunge cuts for electrical outlets and A/C registers
- Dual water nozzles can be adjusted for optimal water placement on blade in order to minimize over-spray and mist
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Make accurate tile and stone cuts with the DEWALT 10-Inch Wet Tile Saw. View larger.
Cutting tiles is tough work, but this 15 amp DEWALT saw is up to the task. Its powerful 1.5-horsepower motor allows the 10-inch diamond blade to cut cleanly and accurately through hard materials like porcelain and stone.
A generous 3-1/8-inch cut depth allows you to use this saw when cutting most V-cap tiles and pavers. A versatile plunge feature allows you to make quick plunge cuts when shaping pieces to accommodate electrical outlets, A/C registers, and more.
Integrated Rail System and Guides for Accuracy
A tile saw is an investment, and you rely on all the saw's components to stay true over time. This DEWALT saw's sturdy, stainless steel rail system is integrated right into the saw frame, ensuring the accurate cuts you need while also offering excellent durability.
The cantilevering design of this saw's rail and cart system allows for 24-inch ripping capacity. It also allows for accurate diagonal cuts when working with tiles that measure up to 18 inches making it ideal for small and large tiling projects.
A convenient miter feature is also integrated into the saw frame and offers stops at both 45 degrees and 22.5 degrees. Also, the saw's unique edge guide makes it incredibly easy to line up corner cuts.
Dual Water Nozzles and Five-Gallon Pan for Easy Setup
A wet saw keeps your saw blade and your tile cool, which is especially important for jobs that require lots of cuts or involve extra hard materials. A wet saw helps prevent excess downtime that results from waiting for blades to cool and contributes to more professional results by preventing the type of friction that can damage tools or materials.
This DEWALT saw's dual water nozzles can be adjusted to deliver optimal water placement on the blade, minimizing messy over-spray and distracting mist. Rear and side water attachments help contain water runoff and blade spray for a cleaner, easier-to-manage work space, while the saw's five-gallon, durable ABS water pan allows for quick setup and takedown.
Built to be Compact, Convenient, and Durable
Portability is essential for a tile saw, and this DEWALT fits the bill. Weighing 69 pounds with a compact frame measuring 34 by 26 inches, you can easily transport, store, and set up this saw at home or at a jobsite. And when it's time to pack up, the removable cutting cart makes cleaning this tile saw quick and easy.
This 10-inch wet tile saw comes with a DEWALT warranty package that includes a three-year limited warranty, a one-year free service contract, and a 90-day money-back guarantee.
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DEWALT 10-Inch Wet Tile Saw.
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Top Customer Reviews
Having done tile work for years using mostly MK brand tile saws, when this saw came on the market, its benefits were obvious. Here's an analogy. At a car show when mini-vans were still a new concept, a salesman was showing his model, which had a sliding door on one side. Next to his display was a competing mini-van with sliding doors on both sides. He knew immediately that his mini-van was an obsolete design.
Compared to this wet saw, every other model near this price point is an old-design.
1. DeWalt made this a LARGE capacity saw, but light enough for one person to carry. Although the tool is only 70 lbs., you never have to lift that much. DeWalt advertises "two trips" to transport the tool:
Trip 1: Tub (water trays, miter and table extension, stored inside) and the fold-up tool stand.
Trip 2: Saw assembly with rolling table locked in place, and water pump. (54 lbs., total).
Rather than carrying an awkwardly shaped 54 pounds, I transport the tool in three trips:
Trip 1: Saw assembly minus the pump and sliding table. (44 lbs., total.)
Trip 2: Tub (with water trays stored inside) and a 5-gallon bucket holding the water pump, table extension, and miter gauge. The water pump is supposed to be secured to a slotted "mini-table" on the saw-assembly when being transported. Instead, a quick-release connector on the water line of my saw allows removal of the 3 lb. water pump. Click on customer photos.
Trip 3: Custom made tool stand and a customer-made wooden carrying case with the 7 pound rolling table. The table has three sets of double rollers which could be damaged if it's dropped.Read more ›
IMO; pros in a nutshell: Huge cutting capacity, 26" rip and 18 3/8" diagonally. Fairly light weight, 70 lbs. Smooth and accurate cutting tray. Exceptional water containment, saw can be setup inside a house with a minimal protection. Cons? Nothing major so far. Those little fastening hands on the extra trays are quite delicate and could break if handled roughly?
I started looking for an alternative and found this Dewalt. I read the reviews and most everything seemed positive. My buddy at work offered to buy my MK-100 from me for just about what I paid for it, so I gave the D24000 a try. I didn't purchase it through Amazon because I got a better price elsewhere. However with the deal going now with $150 off, Amazon's price is right in-line with what I paid.
- Build Quality
- Table with rubber top
- Tray and stand assembly
- 45 degree miter attachement
- Plunge and miter capabilities
- Water containment
- Easy to break down and move around
- Somewhat questionable strength of extra water catching trays
This saw is leaps and bounds better than my old but new, MK-100. The only thing I liked better about that saw was that it used a Baldor motor with a belt drive. That means prior to performing a cut, it just ran smoothly and quietly. The Dewalt is direct drive and is quite a bit louder due to the speed in which the motor operates. It does however operate smoothly with little to no vibration. However any person operating equipment such as this should be wearing hearing protection so it's a pretty moot issue, unless your family, friends or customers mind. :)
The Dewalt 24000 has performed flawlessly.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
So far very happy with this purchase. Great saw, easy set up/take down, and storage. A bit lighter than some of the other tile saws I've used. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Greg
Husband could not be happier. He loves everything about this wet tile. Definitely worth the money!Published 1 month ago by Marie E. Lackore
I love DeWalt products although they are quite pricey but well worth the money. The manual for assembly is not very well defined as the other manuals I have for my other DeWalt... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Janna Armstrong
Very nice saw when paired with the DEWALT D24001 Tile Saw StandDEWALT D24001 Tile Saw Stand for D24000 Tile-Saw. I will and have recommended this saw to coworkersPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Excellent saw, collects splash. Yes it's LOUD! So get some ear protectors or headphones and you'll be good to go. Everything on the saw works well and as expected. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Steve