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Mac Allister 420mm Manual Tile cutter
This Mac Allister Heavy duty 600mm tungsten carbide tile cutter with it's 22mm cutting wheel, is suitable for cutting ceramic, quarry, porcelain, vitrified & terracotta tiles and will give you precise cuts in tiles up to 14mm thick.
- Guarantee - 2 years
- Suitable for Ceramic, porcelain, quarry, terracotta & vitrified tiles
Features and benefits
- This tile cutter includes an angle cutting guide and extension arm
- This cutting wheels are replaceable with YG6X, 22 x 6 x 2mm
|Blade material||Tungsten carbide|
|Manual or powered||Manual|
|Maximum cutting depth||14mm|
|Maximum cutting length||420mm|
|Maximum tile thickness||14mm|
Waste of money
Fontanero - 14 days ago
Didnt work from the off, taking it back in the morning
Keith1313 - 4 months ago
Don’t buy this piece of rubbish. It just cracks tiles. The cutting wheel is useless even if you score tile many times it still just cracks tiles.
For this price buy electric. B and Q shouldn’t sell this item .
Kian - 4 months ago
I never was able to cut on a straight line as this cutter originally is so wobbly .
Spend more to get a better brand
Good Product - Sturdy and Fit for Purpose
David 621 - 4 months ago
Good product that has been working well to cut 9mm thick Porcelain Tiles up to 600mm long with no issues. Feels sturdy and fit for purpose when used correctly.
Easy to use & find out how to use it
HOwITis - 6 months ago
I brought it 2 days ago to do the top and bottom wall tile cuts. The tiles are 600mm by 300mm and I cut them length ways (my only concern is why it is advertised as a 420mm tile cutter when it has a 600mm cutting area?) These cuts came out perfectly straight every time, I also cut smaller bits not a problem. To test the cutter I scored 12mm full 600mm lengths and snapped them using the foot of the cutter, this made the small edge sit lop sided not on the flat part of the feet and I was really happy that this cutter cut and snapped cleanly a 12mm by 600mm slither from the wasted center part of the tile. All I can say is please learn how to use a manual tile cutter before advertising to the world how foolish you are. Score once and make sure that the cutting wheel is over the end of the tile and let the foot hang so when you lower the handle the feet sit flat near the end of the tile and add pressure till it snaps, if you do all that you will find out how good these cutters are.