The plastic guard seemed very flimsy, and I would have felt safer if it was metal. It also moved around a bit, and fouled the cutting blade, but my husband still has all his fingers though, so that's a plus. The manufacturers forgot one of the guide screw holes that attach it to the cutting platform, and we had to modify it by drilling a hole in it ourselves. The water tank is difficult to fill, and you have to lift the whole machine to remove it. The measuring guides are crudely stuck on. In saying that though, it still did the job, and we cut all the tiles we needed to without any breaking. I'd recommend it for small home projects only.
Purchased in February 2021 at Bunnings Warehouse for $109.00.
Sends water everywhere from under the saw
It reduces the water level below safe before it cuts a 5cm tile. water runs from the saw down the side of the machine & onto the table pooling near the cord
Purchased in July 2020 for $110.00.
Couldn't find a good example
Purchased one of these to do mitre cuts on 100x300 wall tiles.
The motor and spindle (and consequently the blade) were misaligned with the tabletop causing the blade to foul on the table when setting up for mitre.
Also the rulers on the top are not aligned, so next to useless when trying to setup the fence.
Returned it for a replacement, and the replacement was also badly aligned. Definitely a manufacturing issue. Seem to be poorly constructed cheap chinese rubbish.
Returned it again and spent a bit extra to get the Ozito tile saw, which although plastic is much better put together and does cut straight.
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