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EDS125 Eibenstock 5" Wet/Dry Hand Saw

2 Reviews
SKU: EDS125
Eibenstock
$320.55

Product Details

Product Details

Eibenstock 5" Wet/Dry Hand Saw

Features

  • Wet and dry cutting of tile, natural stone and porcelain
  • Step-less miter adjustments up to 45˚ no tools required
  • Roller guide smoothly guides saw and protects surface
  • Adjustable cutting depth up to 1-3/8"
  • Integrated water supply with flow regulator easily adjusts water volume for dust-free working while wet cutting
  • 1.37" (35mm) vacuum connection for use with CS Unitec's dust extraction vacuum systems
  • Note: Vacuum port will not fit standard 2" vacuum hoses
  • Dust proof switch ensures minimal maintenance
  • Ergonomic handle design with soft grip

Advantages to Dry Cutting

  • Time and cost savings
  • Use directly at the site
  • Drying time of the tile is eliminated can be laid directly
  • Dirty water does not have to be recycled

What's Included?

  • Eibenstock EDS 125 5" Saw
  • 5" Diamond Blade included (P/N 3744B) for wet/dry cutting
  • Carrying Case
  • Operator's manual

EDS 125 Eibenstock Hand Saw
Power (Electric)11.4 Amps
Voltage120 Volts
Blade Size5 inch
Arbor Size7/8 in
No Load RPM12,500
Depth of Cut1-3/8 inch
Weight6.4 lbs

Ratings & Reviews

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1/29/2020 12:31 pm

Fantastic...

by Aaron -

Fantastic, no dust, no dirty water and coupled with the optional cutting tables this tool is the ultimate in on the job portability.
<br>Gone are the days of lugging an awkward wet saw around.

5/8/2020 11:20 am

Using This Saw to Cut Tons of Bluestone!

by RS

I have using this saw to cut tons of thick bluestone pavers--and it is holding up very well! Given the cut depth limitation (which is a function of blade diameter) and the 2.5" to 3" paver thickness I am having to cut one side, flip the paver over and cut the second side. That's not proven to be a problem--and the process is at least twice as productive as cutting without water. I wish I had found this saw a year ago!