When remodeling a bathroom or performing masonry, a well built and sturdy MK tile saw is often the key difference between a smooth job and a nightmarish slog. Using improper equipment is the quickest way to have a soaking mess on your hands. This can lead to long cleanup times and even additional projects if things go really south. To help you avoid this struggle, we looked at the most popular MK tile saw options of 2020 to narrow down a list of the top 10 absolute best choices. While the quality improves with each entry on this list, all of these saws will get the job done will aplomb.
10. QEP 22900Q Power 1 HP Pro Tile Wet Saw, 7-Inch
This saw features an impressive 1 HP, 3600 RPM direct drive motor that gets projects of any size done with ease. The continuous rim blade is seven inches long and can make cuts that are just over an inch deep. With such precision, even tricky tile jobs can be rendered simple. If the job requires an accurate touch, the QEP 22900Q is a great choice.
- Tilting table allows for 15, 30, and 45 degree angled miter cuts
- Interior water baffle that reduces spray
- Angle guides that make consistent cuts a breeze
9. Goldblatt G02773 Tile Wet Saw, 7 in. Blade Diam, Water Reservoir System, 5300 RPM
The Goldblatt GO2773 is a great wet tile saw for heavy-duty applications. The 5300 RPM motor kicks like a mule and can power through just about any tile we tested it on. Ceramic, porcelain, marble, slate, and stone are all easy to get through with this tool. If the project becomes too demanding for other saws, turn to this beauty to ensure the job gets done.
- Water reservoir that keeps the blade cool and lubricated
- Tilting table that can be angled from zero to 45 degrees and anywhere in between
- A durable lade guard to keep the operator safe during use
8. QEP 22650Q 650XT 3/4 HP 120-volt Tile Saw for Wet Cutting of Ceramic and Porcelain Tile
The 4 HP motor on this bad boy delivers 3600 RPM to help with any and all installation projects. The QEP 22650Q can easily cut through granite, porcelain, ceramic, marble, and stone tiles without much fuss. It is especially easy to work with larger tiles making this a great tool for outdoor tasks or massive remodeling plans.
- Table extension that adds 8 inches to either side for big tiles
- Durable steel frame and foot pads for stability
- Flat design that provides unlimited space for diagonal cuts
7. QEP 22400Q 3/5 HP Torque Master Tile Saw, 4-Inch
This tile saw is very unique in that it is made entirely of plastic. If your tools are prone to rust and corrosion due to the climate, the 22400Q will alleviate your stress. Despite how it looks, this saw can easily cut through marble, slate, stone, and ceramic tiles without much effort.
- Portsle design that makes it very easy to travel with
- The hinged cutting table makes it easy to adjust the angle of a cut
- Clip on extension table for bigger pieces
6. MK Diamond 157222 MK-170 1/3-Horsepower 7-Inch Bench Wet Tile Saw
This powerful saw offers up 5500 RPM that will make short work of even the thickest tiles. This power is especially commendable considering the tool is only about 15 pounds total. This is pretty light compared to other similar tools and will help the user work for longer periods of time.
- 1 Year warranty for ensuring peace of mind
- A robust 7 inch bench that is easy to move about
- The thermoplastic water reservoir protects against rust and peeling
5. MK-370EXP 1-1/4 HP 7-Inch Wet Cutting Tile Saw
This piece of equipment is surprisingly professional considering how lightweight and portable it is. The hinged blade guard makes changing the blade and general maintenance a snap. Plus, the saw is strong enough to cut through all manner of tile with quickness and precision.
- Plunge capability for easily cutting outlets and other openings
- 45 degree miter system for adjusting the cut
- Chrome plated linear guide that improves blade accuracy
4. MK Diamond 160028 Corded Tile Saw 120 V 5 A 1/2 hp 7 in Blade 5500 rpm
The MK Diamond boasts a massive saw that can spin at a rapid 5500 PRM. It easily cuts through ceramic, slate, and even travertine. If the project demands some immaculate strength, then this is the saw to get not question.
- Safe switch to prevent operation when key is locked
- Zinc plated steel frame for maximum durability
- Linear bearing ensures accurate alignment
3. Leegol Electric 7-Inch Wet Tile Saw – Portable Wet Cutting Porcelain Tile Cutter Table Saw with Water System
This electric saw is very flexible and can handle a variety of jobs. The bevel tilts from 0 to 45 degrees to accommodate any cut. It was very easy to work in corners and get to tricky spots with this piece of equipment. It is highly recommended for rooms with unusual shapes and designs.
- Adjustable rip fence for making highly precise cuts
- Powerful induction motor that facilitates demanding jobs
- Water reservoir that keeps the blade cool and shielded from rust or other debris
2. SKIL 3550-02 7-Inch Wet Tile Saw with HydroLock Water Containment System
The best thing about the SKIL 3550 is how it dramatically reduces the amount of cleanup time needed. The hydro lock water containment system keeps water near the lade during even the longest projects. We’ve never had a dryer work area or quicker cleanup time with any other saw on the market. For those who want to save time, this one is a must.
- The sliding side extension easily supports tiles that are up to 18 x 18 inches
- The aluminum table is extremely durable and resists rust
- The bevel can cut at angle of either 0, 22.5, or 45 degrees
1. SKIL 3540-02 7-Inch Wet Tile Saw
The 3540 y SKIL offers the most value of any other blade on the market. Don’t let the price tag fool you, this budget saw offers up plenty of features that make it more than enough to handle just about any job that’s thrown at it. The stainless steel blade is great for masonry and cutting through large stone.
- Features a cross cut and diagonal cutting capacity of 7.75 inches
- Highly adjustable rip fence that ensures only the most accurate cuts
- Robust blade cooling reservoir that also helps keep dust and debris at bay