Lackmond Beast 7" Wet Tile Saw

Lackmond Beast 7" Wet Tile Saw
Starting at $599.00
From $599.00 to $699.00

Product Description

The Lackmond Beast 7 Wet Tile Saw is capable of cutting 18" tile on the diagonal, and it can rip cut tiles up to 24" in length. Equipped with a powerful 13 AMP motor, it cuts ceramic, porcelain and natural stone tiles with authority and accuracy. The direct drive motor rotates to ensure accurate 22.5 deg. and 45 deg. bevel cuts. The plunge cut feature makes it easy to execute V-Cap cuts, cut-outs for wall sockets, and much more. The Beast 7" comes with an innovative snake pipe water nozzle which allows for precise water control and placement while minimizing overspray. The durable steel pipe saw frame is constructed to withstand the toughest conditions. 

The Beast 7 has recently been upgraded (Aug. 2017) and now features a new and improved rail system, which it shares with the larger Beast 10 Tile Saw. This is a thicker, more durable stainless steel rail. This improvement makes the Beast 7 significantely more accurate.

The Lackmond Beast 7 comes with a 3-year Manufacturers Warranty.


  • BEAST-7 Wet Tile Saw
  • 1 Beast BP Series Porcelain Blade
  • Side Table Extension (BEAST7ST)
  • Rear Water Tray (BEAST7RWT)
  • Sliding Water Tray Extension (BEASTSWT)


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Product Specifications

In the Box:
  • BEAST-7 Wet Tile Saw
  • (1) Beast BP Series Porcelain Blade
  • (1) Main frame
  • (1) Rear Water Tray
  • (1)Sliding Water Tray Extension
  • (1) Miter guide
  • (1) Side Table Extension (BEAST7ST)
  • (1) Saw arm, head assembly
  • (1) Blade wrench, Allen wrench(1)
  • (1) Hose
  • (1) Pump
  • (3) M10 x 60 Hex Head Screws
  • (1) 8mm Allen wrench
Manufacturer: Lackmond
Warranty: 3 Year Limited Warranty
Blade Capacity: 7"
Max Length of Cut (in.): 24"
Max Depth of Cut (in): 2-3/8"
Arbor Size: 5/8"
Depth of Cut at 45° (in.): 1-1/4"
Diagonally Cuts (in.): 18"
Motor: Direct Drive
Amps: 13
Voltage: 120
Wet or Dry: Wet Only
Net Weight (lbs.): 48

Product Questions & Answers

Q: Is this a brand new saw?
The Lackmond Beast 7 .in was recently given a factory upgrade (Late August) and now shares the same frame system as the Beast 10 .in and is a much better saw, more durable and straighter cuts.
Customer Support answered on November 10, 2017
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