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Skil 3510-02 4-Amp 3/8-Inch Tile Saw (Red)

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  • 12 Feet Water hose - longer connection helps complete the project
  • Depth and bevel adjustment - allows most cut types to be made
  • Durable steel foot plate
  • External motor brushes - easy maintenance
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Technical Details
Part Number3510-02
Item Weight6 Kg
Product Dimensions26.7 x 21.6 x 30.5 cm
Item model number3510-02
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Voltage120 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Length26.7 centimeter
Width21.6 centimeter
Height30.5 centimeter
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Best Sellers Rank #59,311 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6 Kg
Date First AvailableMay 7 2012
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Skil Benchtop Power Tools are Quality Tools at a Great Price.

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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful
Great Buy! Aug. 4 2010
By JK - Published on
First, it's a 4-3/8" saw. The title suggests that it's a " 4-Amp 3/8-Inch Tile Saw." It's 11 amps, comes with a water hose, a blade, a blade wrench, an edge guide, and a case. I bought it for a small weekend job that turned into about 100 cuts into slate and concrete. On one 3' long cut, the motor got warm to the touch. That's as near to heating up that it got. I think this thing is a great buy. It has plenty of power. If you use the included blade, you get 1 1/2" of depth for the cuts. Unfortunately, I don't see these blades for sale anywhere, so the replacement blade will have to be the slightly smaller 4" blade sold at any hardware store.

The original blade is still ok after all the cuts I made.

Just a heads up. I've seen reviews that complain about tile saws having no blade guard. That's right - they don't have a blade guard. They also don't come with instructions. You hook it up to water and electric, turn the water on low, and start cutting.

Get yourself a portable GFI to use with this, and use a 12/2 extension cord. It draws a lot of current.
21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Great little saw. April 18 2011
By John in Seattle - Published on
I concur with the other two reviews. I bought mine as a reconditioned item at an incredibly low price. Feels like I stole it.

A couple of things to add. The blade they give you is 4 3/8" diameter. It wore out after about 10' of cut through 3cm (about 1.25") thick granite. I was almost happy with the life af the blade. It will cut at about a foot a min. This is hard, thick material. Borderline abuse. Saw did not over heat or balk at all. Cutting tiles or even 1.5cm granite should be easy. Also the saw is listed as 4 3/8". I tried a 4.5" Huskey brand blade and it fit perfectly ($12). It also looks like it will outlast the Skil blade by a substantial margin. I have about 10' on it and its still cutting as fast as new. The Skil blade started to slow at about 8'. The arbor on the saw is 20mm (not common) so be sure to use the right bushing in the blade. The 20mm bushing comes with the Huskey blade but is not the bushing that is pressed into the blade when you get it. The 20mm bushing is hidden in the packaging and is easy to overlook. Punch out the 5/8" bushing and use the right one. All this should have been obvious but it went right past me.
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Skil tile & granite saw Jan. 6 2011
By iykjg - Published on
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I purchased the Skil 3510-02 4 3/8 inch saw to make cuts in 2cm thick (.80 inches) granite. It was easy to set up and use. Motor is powerful, 11 amps produces enough power to cut through granite with a smooth cut. The saw fence could be improved to make it more usable for cutting precise straight lines but all in all it is okay. The saw is well built, it is equipped with a water line and shutoff valve that allows you to turn off water supply at the end of a cut. I have owned several tile saws and other construction equipment over the years. This is a good tool and is a good value in the $80 to $90 dollar range. Since granite is so heavy and hard to feed through a regular table tile saw, the Skil works very well in making cross cuts in long pieces or portable cuts in pieces to large to move.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Loved it - used it to cut granite - good for this newbie May 27 2012
By Bubbles-Desmo - Published on
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My dad and I purchased this to cut some slabs of prefabbed granite. The granite itself is about 3/4" thick, but with the bull nose is 1.5". It plain works. I can't say much more than that.

For the negatives. The blade that it comes with works, but it got dull after we cut out the sink hole and about 2-3 straight cuts. I suggest getting the dewalt 1.5" turbo diamond cutter. Amazon sells a bulk unit with 3 pieces. we used the skill saw plus an angle grinder to make the cuts to our granite. The other negatives is the hose for the water. It's very brittle and can kink easily. I also needed to add another rubber washer so that my hose could seal to the adapter.

In the end, I paid less than 60 bucks for something that plain works. It costs 1/3 the price of another competitive brand. It comes in a very very nice plastic case and box.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Great little saw Aug. 12 2011
By Rockbreath - Published on
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Solid, dependable saw with a good design. Easy to setup and use. Made over 200 cuts through 16"x16"x1" slate with no problem and apparent wear. Curved cuts were a breeze.