Best Tile Saw 2020 (UPDATED JUNE 2020)

Are you looking for the best tile saw to use in your DIY projects? In this article, we share and breakdown the top tile saws on the market.

At number 1 we have the DeWalt D24000S tile saw.

DeWalt has not strayed from their typical colors and has stayed true with the bright yellow and dark navy blue.

The DeWalt D24000S comes equipped with an efficient 1.5 horsepower motor that gives it more than enough power to get through all types of tile.

It has the size to get the job done and can plunge up to 28-inches or cut tiles up to 18 x 18-inches.

For extra precision and control, they have included rollers made from stainless steel as well as a cut line indicator for accuracy.

The D24000S tile saw is designed to be compact, lightweight, and portable. It weighs only 69-pounds and is only 34 by 26-inches for storage.

As this is a wet tile saw, it also comes equipped with dual water nozzles that can be adjusted for exactly the right amount of water where you need it.

At number 2 we have the SKIL 3540-02 tile saw.

SKIL has a look that they are known for and you can definitely tell this is their tile saw with the crimson shining through.

This is a smaller tile saw that comes with a 4.2 Amp motor capable of doing up to 3600 rotations per minute with no load.

It is capable of cutting tiles up to 12 by 12-inches, with diagonal cuts up to 7.75-inches, which will be suitable for most common tiling jobs.

You also get a tilting bevel feature that allows you to make cuts up to a 45-degree angle.

The SKIL 3540-02 is built to be on the go and weighs in at a paltry 17.69-pounds. You will be able to take this tile saw anywhere you need it.

It also comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee in case you decide the product is not for you.

At number 3 we have the Porter-Cable PCE980 tile saw.

This tile saw comes in the color pattern of red, white, and blue that you would expect with a Porter-Cable power tool.

The PCE980 tile saw comes with a 1-horsepower motor that is capable of pushing the blade up to 2850 rotations per minute.

Its deck is made from sturdy stainless steel, which not only looks great it will hold up to just about anything you can throw at it.

For extra accuracy on miter and rip cuts, you have an essential tool in the simple miter square they have included.

There is a built-in roll cage that doubles as a carrying handle. Coming in at under 40-pounds means that this tile saw is built to move.

The tile saw also makes things a little less messy with a water guard and a drain plug to properly deal with all the water.

At number 4 we have the Leegol Electric tile saw.

This tile saw comes in an interesting modern design that sports some blue and black throughout the machine.

The Leegol Electric tile saw is equipped with a 5 Amp induction motor that can reach a maximum speed of 3550 rotations per minute.

This 7-inch saw is capable of doing maximum cuts of 12-inches wide and up to 1-inch thick.

Its table is plated in chrome to help keep the rust away, and it is capable of tilting up to a 45-degree angle for various cuts.

The tile saw is also fully prepared for wet cutting, which is essential for tiling projects, and it has a handy water cooling system that will also cut down on dust and debris.

Along with this saw, you will also receive a spanner wrench and nut driver as extra accessories to help you and your projects run smoother.

At number 5 we have the Brutus 61024BR tile saw.

This is a mean-looking tile saw from Brutus and it comes with an all-black finish.

The 10-inch diamond blade is powered by a 1.5 horsepower motor that can produce speeds of 3450 rotations per minute at no load.

This tile saw is meant to get the job done, it can rip tiles up to 24-inches and cut an 18-inch diagonal. Along with this, it has the ability to do miter cuts up to a 90-degree angle.

For extra protection from heat, while working, the 61024BR tile saw has a dual water sprayer which is going to ensure you get enough water for any project.

The table itself has a handy extension built-in and also non-slip rubber to keep everything where it should be.

Coming in at 106.7-pounds, this is not the most portable saw on the market, but it can certainly go places.

So that sums up the top tile saws.