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This tungsten carbide tile saw from B&Q is a must have purchase for any DIY tool kit.
- Tungsten carbide blade
- teeth per inch
- Soft grip handle handle
Features and benefits
- 1 year
This saw is useless for tiles
Gazza1974 - 1 year ago
This saw couldn’t cut through butter I thought it would cut through tiles nicely for around my door frames but no. it’s a waste of a fiver.
Anonymous - 1 year ago
Did the job for cutting through graphite rods without splintering the material (golf club resizing). This is a coarse 'blade' so expect little accuracy to cut. Removes over 3mm of material due to blade width
Does the job just finr
Bodgeitandrum - 3 years ago
After very nearly not buying this product due to bad reviews, I thought it was only fair to put a positive one up.
I bought this to cut out the corner of my tiles to fit flush over the skirting board. It did the job fine, the blade did pop out a couple of times, but only when I was being rough and using it at the wrong angle.
For the price I think this is a decent bit of kit, and replacement blades are cheap too which is an added bonus.
I found when using, if you cut at a 45° angle first to score the glaze it made lihht work of the tiles I was using.
daves876 - 3 years ago
Zero impact on cutting through tiles. Better off using a bread knife.
An hour wasted
edgecutter - 3 years ago
Bought this today and have spent an hour sawing - maybe 8mm of tile cut. The saw appears, now, to be blunt. Apart from that "the blade" does like to pop off.