Lackmond WTS950LN "The Beast" Wet Tile Saw
Lackmond WTS950LN 7'' "The Beast" Wet Tile Saw PLUS Laser and Stand
- Laser guide makes this wet saw easy to make quick and precise cuts every time
- Bevel head adjust for clean 45 degree bevel cuts
- Extended plunge cut capacity for painless box and vent cutouts in large tiles
- Precision aluminum work table extends to allow you to rip tile up to 22" and make diagonal cuts up to 16"
- Universal rip fence adjusts easily and offers increased precision for long, straight cuts
- Rigid stand with locking wheels makes it easy to maneuver saw around the job site and folds up for storage and transport
No matter what your skill level, you'll appreciate the easy to use accuracy of the Lackmond WTS950LN Wet Tile Saw. This saw helps take the guesswork out of tricky tiling jobs, and it will allow users of all levels to achieve professional results every time. The laser line cutting system allows you to quickly find your mark and make the cut, speeding up repetitive cutting tasks. The WTS950LN makes clean straight cuts and can even make more complex rip and beveled cuts in almost any type of tile. The oversized heavy duty aluminum work table features a universal quick adjust rip fence that will reduce your margin of error greatly. The folding stand makes it easy to take the saw wherever the work takes you. It doesn't take a professional to appreciate the professional accuracy and durability of the Lackmond WTS950LN Wet Tile Saw.
The WTS950LN includes:
- One (1) Lackmond 7" Wet Tile Saw with Laser and Stand
- One (1) Tile Cutting Blade
- Angle and straight guides
- Water Pump
- Motor: 9 amp / 1.3 HP
- No Load Speed: 7000 RPM
- Depth @ 90 degrees 2 1/4"
- Depth at 45 degrees 1"
- Blade Size: 7"
- Weight: 55 lbs.
Overall Rating for Lackmond WTS950LN "The Beast" Wet Tile Saw
Good saw, but some flaws keep it from being great.
By SmooveJ from Seattle on June 19, 2012
Where is falls short:
The included blade sucks. I experienced lots of chips and ragged edges. I spent a few bucks on a good MK blade, and the quality of the cut is greatly improved.
The laser sight also sucks. The adjustments are easily affected by saw vibration, making the laser useless. I ended up just abandoning it and using the blade itself as a guide.
The sliding rails are finicky. If you place too much pressure on the outboard (right) side of the tray, the slide will bind up. Keeping even pressure between left and right is essential.
The splash guard catches on the tray when pulling the tray back after a cut. I thought there was a problem with the slide, but it turns out it was just the splash guard getting caught.
The table extension stopped working after a couple days. The lever that releases the extension doesn't work any more, so you have to manually rotate the catch so the table extends.
In the end, it is nowhere as good as a real saw like an MK Diamond. However it is half the price, so I expected some shortfalls. It makes good straight cuts, and that is what matters. It is no contractor saw, but for the DIY'er, it is pretty good.
Plenty of power for big tiles.
Included stand is a bonus.
Light weight, so it is easy to move around and store.
Cons:Laser site is worthless. Once adjusted, it doesn't hold its position.
Splash guard catches on cutting table.
Table extension stopped working as designed.
Included blade is not good.
Loud as hell, but tolerable with hearing protection.