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330mm Manual Tile cutter
This Light duty 330mm tungsten carbide tile cutter with it's 15mm cutting wheel, is suitable for cutting and will give you precise cuts in tiles up to 10mm thick.
- Guarantee - 1 year
|Blade material||Tungsten carbide|
|Manual or powered||Manual|
|Maximum cutting depth||10mm|
|Maximum cutting length||330mm|
|Maximum tile thickness||10mm|
Avoid total waste of money
Mwatton01 - 1 month ago
Just horrendous, save your money and don’t waste it on this. Cheap, not capable of even cutting one tile. Avoid and just buy an electric tile cutter. My previous reviews have been deleted (three times).
No problems for a small tile job
Dominico - 5 months ago
Reading some of the reviews on here post buying this tile cutter I was really nervous. However all in all I've got to say it does the job granted my tiles were only 10 x 10 and used for a small job for a victorian fireplace but glad I didn't have to spend extra money on a electric circle saw with diamond blade
spiritchief - 7 months ago
Worst tile cutter I have ever used, plastic cover above blade marks pattern on tiles, blade not effective and hard to get a straight cut as it wobbles
The price is right.
HazaMcK - 8 months ago
To use effectively it does sometimes take a couple of scribes, but overall it does the job. And the price is right.
For very small cuts on ceramic tile I'd recommend slightly sawing the back of the tile to give it a more defined point of snap - this helps avoid snapped tiles.
Managed to re-tile an entire bathroom just fine, no major problems.
Soar Alba - 9 months ago
Useless when trying to cut the B&Q budget white tiles. Tiles too thin snaps them, better to invest in a bench tile cutter.