Having already reviewed the iQTS244 Dry Cut Tile Saw, getting our hands on the smaller iQ Power Tools iQ228 Cyclone 7-inch Dry-Cut Tile Saw sounded like a great idea. Even better, we had an oversized shower in a 2-story remodel that needed a whole lot of subway tile.
The $599 iQ228 Cyclone delivers on presenting a smaller, more portable dry-cut tile saw for professionals. Priced nearly $1,300 less than its 10-inch sister saw, the iQ Power Tools 7-inch Cyclone manages to pack similar features into a much smaller frame. How small, you ask?
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