A professional tiler had this to say: “This Saw is the best I have had in 15 years.”
A contractor wrote: “MK and Target tile saws that aren’t even in the same league as the Beast”
Another reviewer had this to say: This is simply the best tile saw I have ever used.
Pay more, get more. Powerful machine that will light your tiles on fire.
“Awesome saw! Should have purchased sooner instead of the cheap ones at the big box stores.”
“After setting tile almost 40 years this saw blows away all competition.”
“Has strong motor, cuts straight, easy to assemble. Light weight. Easy to transport. I’m 100% satisfied.”
Powerful testimony right there.
Click here to research more reviews. The DeWalt D24000s (and D24000) is cheaper but what a difficult decision between DeWalt and Beast.
Here’s the deal: If $150 is a difference-maker to you right now, go with the D24000s. It’s still a great wet saw and you’ll get a top value. If money is less a concern, grab the Lackmond Beast.
And mind you, this buying advice is for the upper tier, elite level saws.
“Saw is great, works fine for the lite work.”
“Perfect for DIYer.”
Bottom line is this isn’t the best tile saw but it’s what we’d like to call best in its class. For those of you doing a DIY home project who don’t want to spend an arm and a leg, grab this puppy.
It’ll get the job done and you won’t have to pay gobs of money (like $80/day) just to rent one.
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