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I've noticed that alot of magazines have a 20% off coupon for one item included in the HF ads lately. Or you can search on line and often find one. That's how I ended up paying only $176 for my tile saw.
Just to clarify for any newbies, you can pile the coupons up on top of the sale prices. So I applied a 20% coupon to a sale-price saw for example. That came to $183.99 before tax. I'm not sure how glindhout beat that, but whatever.
The cheap seven inch tile saws (that look like little table saws) only cut a little more than halfway through the brick. They also throw mud in your face unless you use them backwards and pull the brick toward you. That said, they certainly will cut brick, either score-and-break, or in two passes. I own one (and would sell it to you cheap) and I went out and bought the HF 10 inch saw when I begin my project.