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    $569.99 list($699.99)
    1. MK 158189K MK-100 10" 1-1/2HP
    $249.99 list($339.59)
    2. MK MK-370EXP 7" 1-1/4 HP Tile
    $899.99 list($1,094.71)
    3. MK MK-101PRO 10" 2 HP Tile Saw
    $499.99 $449.99 list($669.00)
    4. MK 160267 MK-770EXP 1-1/2 Tile
    $799.99 $759.99 list($1,085.00)
    5. MK Diamond 151991-TR MK-101 1-1/2
    $699.99 list($977.59)
    6. MK Diamond 157721A BX-3 Brick
    $569.99 $559.95 list($735.79)
    7. MK 158189 MK-100 10" 1-1/2HP Tile
    $79.99 list($124.39)
    8. MK Diamond Products 158252 MK-145
    $1,499.99 list($1,750.00)
    9. MK 150598-PRO MK-2002 Pro Series
    $479.99 list($705.95)
    10. MK-660K 7" 3/4 HP Tile Saw
    $999.90 list($1,250.00)
    11. MK Diamond 159346 MK-CX-3 R 6
    $69.99 list($120.00)
    12. MK Diamond 158436 MK-225 10" x
    $99.99 list()
    13. MK 155387 14 x .110 Dry/Wet Cutting
    $499.99 list($647.00)
    14. MK 160256 MK-PX-3 Dry Cutting
    $129.99 list($171.59)
    15. MK 157461 MK-70 Hand-Held Tile
    $49.99 list($85.00)
    16. MK Diamond 158434 MK-225 7" x
    $79.90 list()
    17. MK 155386 12 x .110 Dry/Wet Cutting
    $89.99 list($98.00)
    18. MK 151889 Folding Stand (For Model
    $199.99 $142.99 list($305.00)
    19. MK 130203 Brick & Block Wet
    $79.99 list()
    20. MK 155386Z 12 x .110 Dry/Wet Cutting

    1. MK 158189K MK-100 10" 1-1/2HP Tile Saw
    list price: $699.99
    our price: $569.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005JRKI
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: MK
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    This top-of-the-line 10-inch diamond blade wet saw produces precise, chip-free cuts on all tile, ceramic, marble, and slate. The 115-volt motor develops a peak 1-1/2 horsepower. Better yet, working with big tile is a breeze: this unit cuts a 20-inch tile lengthwise and a 14-inch tile diagonally. The locking blade shaft makes blade-changing a snap. A fully integrated, precision guide bar guarantees smooth travel, while the 10-inch blade gets you a 3-3/4-inch maximum depth of cut, and the professionally engineered high-torque AC 12.8 GE motor and Micro-V belt drive make sure this unit is going to last. The heavy-duty stand is sturdy and dependable, too. In short, this is a beautiful saw package for the exacting professional.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

    Features

    • Water pump and 10" tile blade are included
    • Powerful 115V, 1-1/2 hp GE motor
    • Features a shaft lock for safe, easy blade changes
    • Cutting depth capacity of 3-1/4
    • Can rip cut a full 18" tile while diagonally cutting a 14" tile

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars "Outstanding Tile Saw"
    The MK-100 10" 1 1/2HP Tile Saw is an excellant saw for the money. I researched many different brands and sizes of Tile saws. I wanted one that could cut a variety of different types of tile and the ability to diaginaly cut twelve inches. I talked with an MK service rep and he said the MK 100, their newest saw, was basically the same saw as the 101. It does have a different motor and there is no cover over the slide assembly. The MK-100 will cut 12" floor tile in about three seconds. The saw sounds the same as the 101, basically the same machine, just two or three hundred dollars less expensive. The saw comes with a very good instruction booklet and everything needed to cut tile. The Diamond blade could be better, but you can easily replace it when it becomes dull.

    I highly recommend this versatile saw to anyone that wants a great saw , at a great price. ... Read more


    2. MK MK-370EXP 7" 1-1/4 HP Tile Saw
    list price: $339.59
    our price: $249.99
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    Asin: B00004XOFF
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: MK
    Sales Rank: 145
    Average Customer Review: 3.82 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com

    At just 27 pounds, you wouldn’t expect a lot of power, but that’s just the first surprise with this tile saw from MK Diamond. Its powerful 115-volt motor turns the 7-inch diamond blade at 5,500 rpm, making quick work of tiles up to 12 inches. MK’s conveyor cart gives precise, chip-free cuts on tile and marble. The high-impact thermoplastic water reservoir holds three gallons, and the thermally protected water pump delivers 95 gallons an hour. The reservoir won’t rust or peel and comes off easily for cleaning. The unique sliding guide assembly and adjustable rip guide ensure precise alignment during cutting. Safety features include the hinged blade guard and the MK Safeswitch. Here’s professional quality at an affordable price for both the tradesman and the homeowner.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

    Features

    • Compact, lightweight, with carrying handles for easy transportation
    • 1-1/4horsepower 115-volt motor for powerful, clean cutting
    • Self-lubricating pinion and gear box assembly
    • Cutting capacity: 18" rip, 13" diagonal, 2" depth of cut
    • Chrome guide bar and linear bearing assembly for precise cut alignment

    Reviews (11)

    3-0 out of 5 stars tile saw info
    This saw is pretty good for alot of different kinds of tile.Ihave owned one for over 2 yearsand have had no major problems.Igave it three stars because the table has alot of play in it so cutting stright cuts every time is hit or miss,its alot better if you use the stright edge that comes with the unit and push only with your left hand and use your right to hold your tile.I like the table ,because the tile can be put in the middle and not slide,very handy when you are cutting notches.The saw is very noisey so dont get scared when you turn it on.The water pump is the worst part of the saw.I had to start pluging it in ,get it pumping then hook it up to the saw and leave it running until I was through cutting all of my tile.It did help to clean the pump after I was done by putting it in a bucket of clean water and let it run for 15 minutes.The saw was easy to clean and move around.I rip 13 inch tiles all day long with no problem.I probably have over 200 tile jobs on it so far and still plan on many more.I have also just purchased a 660 for the better guides and the quite dc motor cant wait till it gets here.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great saw!!
    After reading many reviews I opted for the MK-370. What a great choice I made!
    I am an amateur in the greatest sense of the word and this saw made me look like a pro.

    If you are a do-it-yourselfer and probably will not be ripping anything bigger than a 13"
    tile, this saw is great. Diagonals are a little hard but I was able to free hand them with no problem. The saw sprays a little water so you are better off using it outside.

    The only other thing I would recommend is that you purchase the protractor attachment that works with the saw for some of those angled cuts. I don't believe you can buy it on this site, but finding it on the internet was easy as MK saws are very popular.

    If I ever buy another saw you can bet it will be an MK.

    4-0 out of 5 stars good value and light weight
    I just finished using this saw on a kitchen remodel with 16 inch limestone tiles. Rips fit on the table but for diagonal cuts I had to make a jig to raise the tiles clear of the back push fence and flip the tiles over after cutting them half way or so. Yes this is a loud saw so ear plugs should be worn. The sliding table did bind a bit because of all the weight from those 16 inch tiles hanging off the front but if you push with your left hand and hold the tile with your right it works fine. With reasonable care I was able to get accurate cuts. I recomend lubing the rails with silicon grease because it holds up better than the oil provided with the saw. One modification I made lessened the amount of water splatter off the rear mudflap. I replaced the stock mudflap splash guard thingy with a similar sized piece of that green fake grass looking doormat. The force of the water coming of the blade is difused by the stiff hairs of the door mat stuff and does not create as much mist around the back of the saw. I got the idea from these special mudflaps used on tractor trailers and it works great. Next I'm working on an idea to keep water off the rails. After lugging around saws that weigh over a hundred pounds and are no more accurate I really enjoyed using this lightweight alternative. I would recommend it to any one from the DIY'er to pro remodelers like me.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great for novices.
    I'm not exactly what you would consider "handy," but my wife and I decided to tile our master bath anyway. We tried renting a wet saw, but found that put too much pressure on us to get the job done quickly--not a possibility with my skill level. The MK-370 was a perfect choice for purchasing. It was easy to use and cut through our porcelain ceramic tile like butter. And owning this saw allowed us to work at our own comfortable pace. To our surprise, our project turned out better than expected and I can say that this saw was a major reason why.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Almost great
    The MK-370K is ideal for my home projects, bathroom and kitchen, but I am disappointed in the water recirculation system. While it works, it is not well thought out, takes constant attention and interferes with the smooth operation of the sliding table. In fact, it looks more like an afterthought than an the critical and integral part it is. I am certain that eventually it will be redesigned and the unit will be greatly improved. Unfortunately, this will probably be done by the Japanese. ... Read more


    3. MK MK-101PRO 10" 2 HP Tile Saw
    list price: $1,094.71
    our price: $899.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004XOFI
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: MK
    Sales Rank: 7737
    Average Customer Review: 4.17 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • One-year limited warranty
    • 2 hp, 115-volt motor
    • Permanently lubricated dual-sealed heavy-duty blade shaft bearings
    • 3-3/4-inch depth of cut, and 20-inch rip, 14-inch diagonal length of cut
    • Includes a FREE Cutting Kit & Stand an $174.00 Value

    Reviews (6)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Saw for professionals
    first of all. this saw cuts very accurately and the slide works very smooth. no need to get Japan involved in making this saw, like some other reviewer posted. and also, if you need an owner's manual on how to work this saw, then maybe you shouldn't be laying tile. I have used this model many times and have never had a problem with it. Full of power and precision. MK has done a great job.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Good and Bad
    I need to tell you about my MK 101 Saw. Recently the saw stopped working and I contacted your sales office. They were very helpful and overnighted a new switch to me. Since my saw was dead there is a quick fix to get a person by until a new switch can be obtained. The switch is a 20A DPDT. The second set of contacts are not used and if the first set of contacts is the problem simply swapping to the other set will get it working. They will not be worn or burnt from the constant on off cycling.

    I bought the saw from a local distributor. They charged my $1085.00 for the MK 101. Since that time I have found that $799.00 is the average price. I will not do business with that distributor again.

    Third and last is both good and bad:
    The saw cuts very well however it has more vibration in the bade shaft than when it was new. At this wear rate by next year it will have to have new bearings/sleeves.

    My biggest complaint is the quality of the sliding table and attachments. The set screw rip guide is difficult and time consuming to make small adjustments. The tiny finger bolt to tighten the guide loosens with saw vibration unless tightened with pliers. MY fingers wont do it on such a tiny surface without pain. Use of pliers is making the back of the sliding table rough because it is soft material. Eventually this surface will be ruined and fine adjustments impossible. Why not put a sliding cam-lock fence like you find on quality table saws. Time putzing around with the existing one is costing me money.

    It is also common for me to lay tile on a diagonal or cut tile to fit on a tapered wall. The fence should have a quality protractor and pivot. Or, it should be a quality piece that can be added to the fence or used separately.

    The scale on the sliding table is worthless. Why put one on there if your not going to spend the time to make it useful?

    The dimple surface on the table helps but I still wash it down with a sponge often. On either side of the cut line should be a solid rib and the kerf should be no more than twice the thickness of the blade. Better yet these two flats should be independently adjustable. They could then be closed for cutting mosaics and glass tile.

    The saw is too heavy. I could cut 30% off by using better materials and doing some engineering. I have mine strapped to a dolly. You could just mount your saw to a designed for the purpose dolly. Put a seat on the handle end. That's what I did with mine.

    The tub did not fit the frame when I got it. I had to grind and smooth the frame opening so I could get the tub in and out without damaging it. The vacuum formed tub scared me when I first saw it. It has held up ( I am very Careful) but a rotationally molded PE or PEX tub would be better. The little added fence holder welded on is worthless. The fence does not fit and sticking out like that is a hazard. Put a latch on the far end (under the motor) of the sliding table so when you push it forward you can make it stay when moving the saw. I have gotten some pretty painful knuckle/finger slams when the table slides out of control when I am trying to lift this beast into my truck.

    So there you have it. As a result I am in the market for a better saw. From what I have seen though your saws are not designed to make the tilers life easier so I am shopping around.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Rugged and built for the long haul
    I researched tile saws for a long time before I bought this one. I had a small Plasplugs unit that served me (and several of my buddies) quite well for many small jobs. The last job I did was Saltillo Tile which I had to cut with a hand grinder and a dry blade - effective but what a mess. The MK-101 is built like a tank and easy to use. No, it's not for beginners but, unlike some of the previous reviewers, I found the manual detailed and thorough. It cuts smoothly, largely in part to it's 10" blade but also the excellent track and cutting table. It may never be as accurate as a table saw but, it is the best tile saw out there that I have seen. When cutting 12"x 12" floor tiles there's no chipping of the finish glazing - it cuts almost too smooth and there are sharp edges left - be careful. All in all a major investment but worth it in my opinion. Go to a pawn shop and you'll find them 10 years old, beat up, for [cheap]. With the free stand and cutting kit I chose it over he MK-100 for the extra power - my Dad always told me: "get the biggest and most powerful motor on any tool and you'll never be sorry". He's been right so far.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Has the power but not the engineering
    I wish the Japanese could help these guys with engineering their saw. It has the potential to be a great tool but lacks some engineering. It reminds me too much of American made tools. Oh, that's right, it is American made.

    The table is very sticky. Never seems to get much better even with lubrication. It is hard to line up your work. I found I can line up the beginning of the cut but there is no real way to line up the complete cut without raising the head and doing trial runs. The instructions that came with it are poorly written and incomplete. I went to MK's website and found a better version, but they seem to assume the purchaser already knows about their saw. The instructions on saw head placement are useless. I still don't know where to put the saw head for a given application. The water bin stopper should have a string attached to it and the saw to keep from losing it. It is just a matter of time before I lose that thing.

    The ATS stand, with wheels, is a necessary option because of the saws weight at 110 pounds. Otherwise you must have two people or disasemble the saw each time you move it. The instructions to assemble the ATS wheeled stand are the worst I have seen in twenty years.It is obvious MK needs new minds in their saw engineering and in their instructional editing.

    The motor is powerful at 2hp. The blade that comes with the MK-101Pro makes ceramic tile and marble feel like butter. The saw frame and body are heavy duty and should last longer than your back. When I ordered the saw from a vendor I also ordered an additional blade. Both were to be drop-shipped from MK. The truck line failed to give me the saw blade when they delivered the saw. I notified MK and they promptly shipped me another. The first blade showed up several days later from the trucking company, the same day as the second blade they shipped on UPS. I promptly returned one of the blades. It was nice to be trusted.

    5-0 out of 5 stars CERAMIC TILE - DO IT YOURSELF THE PROFESSIONAL WAY
    The average person can lay tile professionally with the use of the MK-101 PROK 10" 2HP tile saw. We own a number of apt. complexes that are having the main traffic areas laid with 12" ceramic tiles. To hire the job done it costs $4.50 per 12" block to have it laid, cut, and grouted - which doesn't include the cost of the tile. By owning the MK101 PROK 10" 2HP tile saw, we can quickly cut tile any size, shape or form and do the work ourselves. Renting a saw this style runs $60-$70 per day. The saw is a life saver for us in keeping our tile laying costs down. The saw is extremely easy to use and does a great job cutting. If you want to get a saw worth the price and one that will do a good job - try the MK101 PROK saw - we love ours. It was an excellent investment. ... Read more


    4. MK 160267 MK-770EXP 1-1/2 Tile Saw
    list price: $669.00
    our price: $499.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000659190
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: MK Diamond
    Sales Rank: 5019
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    Features

    • 7" Hot Dog¿ blade & submersible water pump included
    • Built-in fully adjustable miter system for precise 45º angle cuts
    • A single adjustment point permits the orientation of the blade to an exact 45º angle in seconds
    • Variable height cutting head allows for plunge cutting and use of blades smaller that 7" in diameter
    • Chrome guide-bar and linear-bearing assembly ensures precise alignment and precision cutting

    5. MK Diamond 151991-TR MK-101 1-1/2 HP Wet Cutting Tile Saw With Stand & Cutting Kit
    list price: $1,085.00
    our price: $799.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00009YUJU
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: MK
    Sales Rank: 10139
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    Features

    • One year limited warranty
    • 10" blade capacity with a 3-3/4" depth of cut
    • High torque 1-1/2 hp motor
    • Rips 20" tile and diagonally cuts 14" tile
    • Comes with a 10" MK-225 HotDog(tm) diamond blade

    6. MK Diamond 157721A BX-3 Brick Xtreme Masonry Saw
    list price: $977.59
    our price: $699.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004XOFJ
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: MK
    Sales Rank: 8412
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 13 amp, 115-volt, direct drive motor
    • Cast-aluminum design
    • Weighs only 40 pounds
    • One-year limited warranty

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Works great on retaining wall block
    This is a great saw for the serious do-it-yourselfer. I like its portability and fast cutting time. I dislike the amount of dust it puts out compared to a wet saw. At 65 pounds you can throw it in the trunk and take it anywhere. We have been using it on cast concrete retaining wall block. The original idea was to use it on the decorative caps, which had a 3" by 12" cross-section. However, it will get about 90% of the way through a block with a 6" by 12" cross-section if you want to split the big block. Cutting time through the 6" by 12" block was around a minute, answering my concern about the motor, which looked small. The surface finish is very smooth, to get rough faced cuts you will still need to split using a hammer and chisel or block splitter. Don't try to rig your own water system to the saw, the motor has an external filter and does not appear to be sealed. Dust may be a long term issue. You certainly want face protection, a dust mask, and hearing protection.

    5-0 out of 5 stars New Saw ; A cut above the rest
    the new mk saw is awsome its light weight ;you can bring it up on the scaffold . it makes cutting in arches fun.it has all the powr you need . i cut soaps with ease.key stones and sills cut like a dream.i used to have to use the machine to unload the old target of the truck not any more. i can one hand it off the truck.i use it every day .i dont even make hammer cuts any more.any one thinking about buying one . should just go out and get one. ... Read more


    7. MK 158189 MK-100 10" 1-1/2HP Tile Saw
    list price: $735.79
    our price: $569.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005A1J4
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: MK
    Sales Rank: 2424
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Water pump and 10" tile blade are included
    • Powerful 115V, 1-1/2 hp GE motor
    • Features a shaft lock for safe, easy blade changes
    • Cutting depth capacity of 3-1/4
    • Can rip cut a full 18" tile while diagonally cutting a 12" tile

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars 5 Star's Plus !
    Bought this saw last Fall........ Built to last a lifetime! Very Heavy Duty. The work going into the design of this unit is second to none........May cost an weight a little More than the 3/4 horse power units, BUT this Unit has Power to spare, no worry about burning up the motor, and with all the extra's, .......A GREAT Value! This tool will be around for your childrens children to use........ Buy One you will not be sorry.......except for others wanting to use it over the weekend.......HA HA HA.......! No second guessing on this unit....Stores away very easy...... ... Read more


    8. MK Diamond Products 158252 MK-145 Benchtop Portable Wet Tile Saw
    list price: $124.39
    our price: $79.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005A1J5
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: MK
    Sales Rank: 2111
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Comes with a 4-1/2" tile blade
    • Lightweight(11 lbs.), compact, and versatile
    • Powerful 115V, 4 amp direct drive motor rated at 1/2 hp
    • Capable of cutting 45-degree and 22-1/2-degree miters
    • Runs off of standard household current

    Reviews (17)

    5-0 out of 5 stars A great deal for the price!!
    The MK tile saw is in my opinion a great deal, for $79.00 it's not going to be made out of heavy gauge steel or aluminum, the all plastic body is just fine though, better than steel cause it will never rust and just as light as aluminum. I have made probably 300 cuts so far with this saw and it has worked like a champ so far, it is a little bit on the loud side and will spray water at you if you over fill the water reservoir, it has had plenty of power and the fence works just fine if you line it up properly, it is light, portable and will suit the average DIY'r just fine, it will do anything that the bigger saws do just maybe a little slower, you can rent a professional saw which usually goes for around $50-$70 day but just buy this instead and take your time!! The bottom line...if you intend to do some small tiling projects around the home such as a bathroom, kitchen or entryway then definitely get this saw, if your going to be laying 5000 sq ft of tile with lots of cuts then durability might be an issue!! buy the proper tool for the job at hand.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Not for big jobs
    I started using the saw making repetitive cuts and I thought the saw was great. It did a fine job. The little saw cut quick and clean with no problems.

    I proceeded to cut pieces for trim work and the fun begin. Every tile was a different size and I had about 400 to do. It took me forever to do 40 because I spent a lot of time adjusting the rip fence. It is a pain after the table surface gets dirty.

    Bottom line: my job was too large for this saw. I went out the next day and bought a more expensive saw with a sliding table and a bigger reservoir. I finished the rest of the tile in about 5 hrs. If you need a saw for repetitive cuts or for a handful of tile different sizes and you're on a budget then this is your saw.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Pain in the neck
    This could be a good saw if only the company had made the fence a little more durable and user friendly. If not just perfectly aligned the saw binds and chips the end of each cut. The guide could be easier to see also, as it gets filled with crud very quickly. I used it for about an hour on a small job that required many cuts and got so frustrated I put it back in the box for return tomorrow. That is why I deal with amazon.com.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Weekend Handyman and Scubaman
    This is [not a good] tool. It's all plastic except for the motor. The bed is way too small to cut large tiles, and the fence is a [not very good]. Changing the water is bit of a pain since the fence may have to be removed so the bed can be opened to dump the water out. The saw is really noisy. Tile has to be cut much more slowly than with bigger saws. But this is one of, if not the least, [costly] wet saw out there. To compensate for the small bed, I built a wooden box and placed the saw in it and

    this effectively extended the bed about 12 inched in all four directions. I used a four foot straight edge and a couple of clamps instead of the supplied fence. As for the noise - wear hearing protection. I tiled a foyer, bath, laundry and closet (250 sq. ft. total with plenty of cuts around doors, pipes, mouldings) with 14 inch ceramic tile and this saw never missed a beat. I had considered renting, but this was my first tile job, and all the measuring and cutting took much longer than I had expected. Renting would have been much more expensive, and I wouldn't have the saw at my disposal to re-tile the master bath.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Not as good as Plasplugs
    I bought this saw after finally burning my Plasplugs 4 year old saw out because I thought I'd save [money]. How wrong I was! The motor kept tripping out, guide was ineffective and the noise of the motor deafening. Fortunately I got my money back and bought another Plasplugs saw which I was surprised to findout is made in the US and not China like MK's. Save yourself some time and energy buy Plasplugs first. ... Read more


    9. MK 150598-PRO MK-2002 Pro Series 2HP Wet Cutting Brick and Block Saw
    list price: $1,750.00
    our price: $1,499.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0006590GY
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: MK Diamond
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    Features

    • Includes a powerful, fully submersible electric water pump
    • Precision engineered, cast-aluminum structural components & jig-welded steel frame assembly ensures maximum durability & longevity with minimal weight
    • 14" blade capability and full 5" depth of cut and no cross brace allows for cutting of large material
    • "Stay-Level" cast aluminum blade guard with stainless steel water tubes that will not bend or rust
    • Convenient toggle switch to change motor from 115V and 230V

    10. MK-660K 7" 3/4 HP Tile Saw
    list price: $705.95
    our price: $479.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00002245V
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: MK
    Average Customer Review: 4.11 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Powerful 3/4 hp direct drive dc motor
    • Specially designed, advanced braking system
    • Compact & lightweight
    • Carrying handles for easy transportation

    Reviews (9)

    5-0 out of 5 stars An excellent Wet Tile Saw
    I have been looking for a tile saw for a while, and after reading all the reviews and recommendations, I opted to buy this product. The package came complete and ready to use. After a few minutes assembling the hardware and testing it, I was extremely amazed of the performance. The motor is extemely quiet. The construction is very solid that, I think, will probably last forever. This is the one that you need not only for your home improvement project, but also for other use. In fact, I was able to finish my bathroom in no time with a professional looking new ceramic tile on it with the help of this beautiful machine.

    Very much highly recommended.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fine Piece of Hardware - Exceeds My Expectations
    This wet saw is outstanding. What I enjoy most is the robust aluminum rolling tray and track system, which is very well designed and very well built. In particular, the yellow tubular guard along the left track essentially serves as an umbrella to protect the track & roller from the harsh grit (that splatters a lot from these wet saws) and becoming embedding into the roller bearing that would bind the tray badly. Second, the tray is heavy cast aluminum with nice finishing details. I thought it might be a heavy plastic composite from the pic. Not so! Also, the tray with a heavy rear square curb serves well for the T-square, bullnose (included), and other miter/bevel gear to clamp upon. The whole saw with its superbly built cast aluminum construction (arm and all the red pieces), welded steel base, sealed motor/electrical fittings, and the fine details exceeds my expectations. I am very pleased with my purchase. I have confidence this saw will perform excellently, especially with the smooth, accurate tray & track system, for years and years.

    Post-350 ft2 & 36ft2 job: This saw performed better than I expected. I knew it had a great design and was well built, but after finishing my kitchen, eating area, hallway, foyer and adjoining bathroom and cutting 110 cut tiles, I can truly say how glad I was to have a good saw like the 660. Worth every penny. It was really nice to have the overhead blade to see exactly where you were cutting (i.e., my crayon marks) for precision.

    4-0 out of 5 stars MK 660 CERAMIC TILE WET SAW
    ...PERSONALLY PURCHASED THIS WET SAW OVER 6 YEARS AGO; HAS GIVEN ME OUTSTANDING SERVICE...HAVE NEVER REPLACED A SINGLE PART ON THIS SAW WITH EXCEPTION OF BLADES...RUNS EXTREMELY QUIET COMPARED TO THE EXTERIOR DRIVE MOTOR UNITS...HAVE PROFESSIONALLY USED THIS UNIT ALMOST EVERY WEEK SINCE PURCHASE...LIGHT WEIGHT IS A PLUS...MAKES THE UNIT VERY PORTABLE...HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS UNIT FOR ITS DURABILITY AND CAPABILITY...

    4-0 out of 5 stars Quite Saw
    Well let me start by saying that my old saw was a MK370.
    The difference between the two was night and day,on the rails the 660 was 100 times more accurate than the 370 .Its alot more smoother and alot quiter.What I found was the 660 was alot more messy ,I mean that I could not set this saw up in the house I was working in like in the past.Sure I alwayse had to put a tarp down and rig a back spalsh but it was ok.The 660s table is not as deep as the 370 so you have to hold the tile more firmly.I miss the extra clearence under the saw the 370 had,for freehanding cuts.the pump is alot bigger and better.the saw seems to have as much power as the 370 but its alot smoother.
    I am glad I got this saw as a up grade to the 370 and would buy again.Cant see my self buying one of those 100 lb saws to do all the tile I do,just seems like a whole lot of work for the normal 10 or 12 cuts you have to saw ,and cant brake.Mabey if I was doing 18" marble I could afford a helper to carry my saw for me(:All around a great saw ,just remember this saw was a 7" not a 10".I think for a 7" its top notch.Dont be afraid to buy this saw.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Specs incorrect
    We returned the saw because the ad proported that it made a cut that was 2" deep. The outside of the box read 1 1/2" deep but the specs in the owners manual read 1 1/4" deep. We returned the saw for the larger saw. ... Read more


    11. MK Diamond 159346 MK-CX-3 R 6 HP Gas Powered Concrete Saw
    list price: $1,250.00
    our price: $999.90
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    Asin: B00009YUJZ
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: MK
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    Features

    • One year limited warranty
    • 14" blade capacity with a 5-5/8" depth of cut
    • 6 hp Robin gas powered motor
    • Adjustable depth control and left and right cutting capability
    • Comes with a 12" MK-CX-3 dry cutting diamond blade

    12. MK Diamond 158436 MK-225 10" x .050" x 5/8" Hot Dog Diamond Blade
    list price: $120.00
    our price: $69.99
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    Asin: B00009YUJR
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: MK
    Sales Rank: 5585
    Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Continuous thin rim diamond blade
    • For wet cutting of of porcelain, vitreous and ceramic tile
    • 10" diameter with 5/8" arbor
    • Premium grade

    Reviews (3)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Not as good as I thought
    After about two weeks of using this blade I have to change my review. It still cuts a lot faster and the chipout is a lot less than the blade that came with the tile saw but...it's a thin kerf saw blade and there is a lot of flex in the blade. It doesn't like to cut bevels or cut a little off an already cut piece. I end up changing back to my old blade when I make a bevel cut or shave 1/16th off due to the flex in the blade.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great blade
    I just replaced the saw blade that came with my tile saw with this blade and what a difference. It cuts a LOT faster and chipout virtually disappeared. I'm glad I bought this blade and would do it again.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Hot Doggin
    This is one of the best blades I've worked with. I have had many blades some good some bad, but this is by far the best for cutting ceramic and porcelain. Of course porcelain being the harder of the two and the more difficult to work with. This blade is rated at Mk's website as the best they make in 10" blades for cutting these flooring materials. The price is the best you can find at 60.00 some stores are selling at 75.00 and up to 91.00. Great buy ... Read more


    13. MK 155387 14 x .110 Dry/Wet Cutting Blade

    our price: $99.99
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    Asin: B00005NMTJ
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: MK
    Sales Rank: 11005
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    Features

    • Excellent general-purpose blade designed for delivering the highest production at the lowest cost
    • Manufactured using the latest in laser welding technology to insure optimum performance

    14. MK 160256 MK-PX-3 Dry Cutting Masonry Saw
    list price: $647.00
    our price: $499.99
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    Asin: B0006590HS
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: MK Diamond
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    Features

    • Comes with 14" PX-10 dry cutting diamond blade
    • Lightweight and portable, 37 lbs.
    • Pivoting backstop cuts material at any angle
    • Motor has built-in thermal overload protection and dynamic brake
    • Lockable trigger switch

    15. MK 157461 MK-70 Hand-Held Tile & Masonry Saw with Case
    list price: $171.59
    our price: $129.99
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    Asin: B0000302XL
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: MK
    Sales Rank: 3926
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    Features

    • One-year limited warranty
    • Powerful 1050 watt universal motor that runs on standard house current
    • Design permits positive cutting-line visibility and material orientation
    • Suitable for dry cutting concrete, block and stucco
    • MK-70 Kit comes with 4" MK-304CR & 4" MK-925D diamond blades, wrenches and plastic case

    16. MK Diamond 158434 MK-225 7" x .050" x 5/8" Hot Dog Diamond Blade
    list price: $85.00
    our price: $49.99
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    Asin: B00009YUJT
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: MK
    Sales Rank: 1326
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    Features

    • Continuous thin rim diamond blade
    • For wet cutting of of porcelain, vitreous and ceramic tile
    • 7" diameter with 5/8" arbor
    • Premium grade

    17. MK 155386 12 x .110 Dry/Wet Cutting Blade

    our price: $79.90
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    Asin: B00005NMTI
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: MK
    Sales Rank: 3483
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    Features

    • Excellent general-purpose blade designed for delivering the highest production at the lowest cost
    • Manufactured using the latest in laser welding technology to insure optimum performance

    18. MK 151889 Folding Stand (For Model MK-1080 Brick Paver Saw)
    list price: $98.00
    our price: $89.99
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    Asin: B000022505
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: MK
    Sales Rank: 2941
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    Features

    • Folding stand
    • For use with MK brand paver saw
    • Steel construction

    19. MK 130203 Brick & Block Wet Cutting Masonry Diamond Blade: 10" MK-10S Supreme Brick Paver Blade
    list price: $305.00
    our price: $199.99
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    Asin: B000022504
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: MK
    Sales Rank: 5554
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    Features

    • Wet blade
    • Brick paver blade
    • 10 inch for use on mk-1080

    20. MK 155386Z 12 x .110 Dry/Wet Cutting Blade

    our price: $79.99
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    Asin: B00005NMTO
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: MK
    Sales Rank: 18914
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    Features

    • Excellent general-purpose blade designed for delivering the highest production at the lowest cost
    • Manufactured using the latest in laser welding technology to insure optimum performance

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