Pearl 10" Professional Tile Saw
Pearl VX10.2XL PRO Tile Saw
Questions & Answers
Does this have an AC (brushless) or a DC motor on it?
by Doug 8/2/2018 4:34:47 pm
This saws motor is equipped with a AC motor.
Ratings & Reviews
by Fabiano Di Mestico -
If you are a truly professional tile contractor, this suppose to be your standard equipment. Period. It is heavy but very reliable machine. Compact design, fits into almost any sedan trunk. Rip cuts 24" long so it can cut diagonally a 18x18" tile. Good quality, fairly silent, everybody likes it. 2 tricks: We enclosed the water pump into a gardeners sock to avoid debris getting into the system. Also it is very important to clean the rolling bed guides every day to ensure smooth operation = straight cuts. Definitely a great buy.
Pearl Tile saw
by Another tool addict -
This saw is built like a battleship.One thing that made me choose this model is the feel of the table, it is incredibly smooth. The only thing I miss about the Felker I used to use is the access for freehand work, but I can block the new table out of the way behind the saw and have pretty good access. Every professional knows that stability is key to any good saw, and this is as stable as it gets.The stainless pan is great, with no sharp edges.
by Sean -
[...]Much more power than the dewalt and cuts perfectly square. I'll never buy another mk again
Pearl vx10.2xl - Great Saw !
by Shawn Barber -
Great saw ! very pleased with performance , build quality and accuracy of cuts - right out of the carton . powerful saw , excellent water distribution , quiet under no load and very reasonable under load . 2" granite over 18 " long this weekend with no probs what so ever . Smooth running table and extension is great design . Two thumbs up . Retired a felker fts150 - good saw -- this Pearl takes wet saws at this size and budget to a new level !
This saw is great. I bought it to replace the dewalt saw which has too much play in the cart to cut straight especially on larger tile. After wasting an entire day trying to adjust the dewalt I found that no matter what you do there will always be play in the cart which is even worse when only two wheels are in contact with the rail. The pearl saw has no play in the cart at all. Also more powerful motor. A bit heavier than dewalt but managable. Only drawbacks are that it does not include the table extension and does not have a water catch on table extension.