The MK Diamond tile saw is a great wet tile saw that cuts with precision. It does many of the things more expensive wet saws do and after buying the MK 770, I can tell you it was a tremendous upgrade. Although it won’t last as long as professional grade saws, I think it can do just about as good a job for your average DIYer. The MK Diamond MK 770 EXP has plenty of horse power and the 7 inch blade as all you really need. The water pump works really well. Highly recommended.
The MK Diamond 160267 MK-770EXP 1-1/2-Horsepower 7-Inch Wet Tile Saw may be the answer to your tile-cutting needs. It is actually an improved version of the MK Diamond’s 770 Tile Saw and is said to have twice its horsepower for easier cutting. It also has a larger cutting capacity that improves its efficiency. This wet tile saw can tilt its head up to 45 degrees which allows for quick and precise miter cuts. Plus, it includes a 7-inch MK-200 continuous-rim cutting blade, a water pump, and a rip guide. It is measures 37 by 22 by 23 inches and weighs 57 pounds. It also comes with a one-year limited warranty.
Aside from being lightweight, one of the advantages of the MK Diamond 160267 MK-770EXP 1-1/2-Horsepower 7-Inch Wet Tile Saw is that it has a user friendly design that makes it very easy to use. Also, it cuts through tile and gives it a smooth and clean edge. It can cut tiles as broad as 20 inches. It can also cut through travitine and slate just like cutting through butter. Amazingly, this wet tile saw can be alternatively used as a handheld grinder just by removing the saw. However, you may notice that the water tube may get in the way of the tray and push it around. Plus, you may have issues with regard to noise brought about by its high-powered motor.
In general, this product is worth purchasing for professionals and most especially for DIYers. This is an amazing saw that is fairly priced.