|Item Weight||45.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18 x 17.5 x 5.2 inches|
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|Item model number||158252|
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|Warranty Description||1 year|
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MK Diamond 158252 MK-145 1/2-Horsepower 4-1/2-Inch Wet Tile Saw
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- Powerful 115-voly, 4-amp direct drive motor is rated at 1/2-horsepower
- Capable of cutting 45-degree and 22-1/2-degree miters
- Runs off of standard household current
- Includes 4-1/2-inch tile blade
- Lightweight at 11-pounds with a compact and versatile design
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|Item Dimensions||17.5 x 18 x 5.25 in||14.5 x 18 x 7.75 in||18 x 22 x 8.5 in||15.75 x 14.25 x 4.6 in||17 x 18 x 14 in||20.08 x 15.74 x 9.88 in|
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158252 Features: -Wet Cutting Benchtop Saw MK-145. -Light weight and compact wet cutting tile and marble saw. -Cuts ceramic and stone tiles up to 12''. -Will cut tiles up to 1'' thick. Application Material: -Tile/Masonry. Power Source: -Electric. Wet Cut Blade: -Yes. Voltage: -220 Volts. No Load RPM: -5500. Generic Specifications: -Available with 220V/50 HZ motor. -Power:1/2 HP, 120V. Generic Dimensions: -Dimensions: 18'' L x 16'' W x 7'' H. -Weight: 15 lbs. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -7 Inches. Overall Width - Side to Side: -16 Inches. Overall Depth - Front to Back: -18 Inches. Blade: -Yes. Overall Product Weight: -15 Pounds. Blade Capacity: -1 Inches.
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The MK-145 4-1/2-inch wet tile saw cuts ceramic tile like a champ with a 155-volt 4 amp direct drive 1/2-horsepower motor. This lightweight 11-pound saw gives heavyweight performance with a 4-1/2-inch tile blade that cuts 45- and 22-degree miters.
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However, there are several drawbacks.
- The water system is terrible on it and the basin usually runs out after a single cut so you should invest in a pump and some tubing to remedy this.
- It is extremely messy, you should either buy plastic shield or just prepare to get soaked, you cannot use this saw indoors. I would advise once you get the hang of it, learn to offset your body position to avoid the spray.
- There is no slide. Yes they include a crappy guide but to be honest, its worthless and I wouldnt use it. You will acheive a better cut by eyeing it yourself.
- Lasty, AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, you must understand that this is a bottom blade saw. Knowing this, to achieve a cut without cracking/chipping the surface you should stop the cut before completion, and then begin on the end point of the cut. Otherwise, you will consistently snap/chip the tiles. This is the only way I have found to avoid this (cutting 3/4 of the length, and then flip the tile and finish it). This is a product of blade placement, and not the manufacturer.
Besides the cons lifted above, I would still rate this 5 stars for the DIYer. It is great for doing smaller projects, and has handled 18"ers for me. It will pay for itself in two uses vs. renting one so I would suggest just purchasing it. However, if you are going to be doing more than a handful of small projects, and are looking to be making a lot of complex cuts, you should probably not purchase this one. It will still do them, it will just take a lot longer.
I just got a new blade before I start the next bathroom project; the blade that came with it was still working but it's probably time for a new one. Great saw, I recommend it to all friends starting a tiling project.