SKIL's New 7-Inch Wet Tile Saw Makes Completing Tile Projects Easier

The cold winter months are a popular time to complete interior home improvement projects, unless the task involves cutting and installing most types of tile. Cutting ceramic, glass or stone tile with a wet saw is a messy job that results in water spray and tile dust going everywhere.

Consequently, tile jobs are usually put off until warm weather arrives so the wet mess can be relegated to the outdoors...until now. SKIL's new 7 inch Wet Tile Saw (#3550) makes completing tile projects easier with its unique HydroLock System™ that effectively cuts tile without the mess.

The 7 inch Wet Tile Saw's innovative HydroLock System™ keeps water splash to a minimum so tiles can be cut in the room where they're being installed. The #3550 also comes equipped with a durable rust-resistant aluminum table top and a sliding side extension that can be used on either the right or left side to support tiles up to 18x18 inches, the largest capacity amongst its competition.

"The 7 inch Wet Tile Saw is unique, stable and perfect for the intermediate to advanced home improvement enthusiast," said Nancy Struijk, Group Product Manager. "We're excited to showcase the tool's new HydroLock System™, which features an innovative upper and lower guard design that keeps water contained near the blade. It eliminates unnecessary mess which is a common concern when using a wet tile saw."

The #3550 works with a 7 inch continuous rim diamond blade which provides efficient and even cutting. The adjustable aluminum rip fence and miter gauge allow for accurate straight and miter cuts, and its built-in cord wrap makes for easy storage and transportation.

The new 7 inch Wet Tile Saw comes with a 7 inch continuous rim diamond tile saw blade, one rip/miter fence, and one blade wrench. Available in March 2014, the 7 inch Wet Tile Saw can be found at Lowes stores nationwide with a suggested retail price of $149.00 (USD). For more information on the new 7 inch Wet Tile Saw click here. For more information on SKIL Tools visit

About SKIL
SKIL Tools, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Robert Bosch Tool Corporation in Mount Prospect, Ill., is a leader in portable electric power tools and accessories serving the professional construction and consumer do-it-yourself markets. SKIL Tools was founded in 1924 with the invention of its flagship tool SKILSAW, the first portable circular saw and pioneering the use of a worm drive and a die-cast aluminum motor housing. Its successor, the SKILSAW Model 77 became the bench-mark of portable circular saws changing the construction and home improvement industry forever. For more information about SKIL Tools including where to buy products, visit or call toll-free 877-SKIL-999. Visit for media resources.

About Robert Bosch Tool Corporation
Robert Bosch Tool Corporation in North America was formed in January 2003 when Robert Bosch GmbH combined its North American power tool, accessory and lawn and garden divisions into one organization. As a manufacturing pioneer with more than a century's worth of experience, the Bosch name has become synonymous with engineering excellence. With 18,000 employees worldwide and 3,500 in North America, the Robert Bosch Tool Corporation is a world leader in the design, manufacture and sale of power tools, rotary and oscillating tools, accessories, laser and optical leveling and range finding tools, and garden and watering equipment.

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