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D24000S Wet Saw

DeWalt - D24000S Wet Saw

The DeWalt D24000 is the wet saw that tile installers have been waiting for

$1900.00 (As of 9/1/2009)

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3/31/2012

For sure one of the best tile saws I have used. The sled is very durable and stays on track, no wandering at all. The dual water nozzle is a must for long hours of cutting as well as for stainless tile. The bevel stops at 22.5 and 45 are a must as is the plunge cut option. The onlt thing this saw lacks is better water control, some of the saws I have used in the past controlled over spary better and they were usable on finished homes, I would not do that with this saw.