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Mac Allister 650W 220-240V Tile cutter MTC650
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Mac Allister 650W 220-240V Tile cutter MTC650

£70
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Product details

Product information

  • Guarantee - 2 years
  • Comes with 1x blade, 2x wrench & instruction manual

Features and benefits

This Mac Allister tile cutter is suitable for cutting various tile types such as ceramic, quarry, terracotta, slate, porcelain, marble, granite and limestone.

  • No mess water re-circulation system ensures a clean workstation.
  • Extendable table allows larger tiles to be cut.
  • Steel deck for added durability.
  • Foldable carry handle offers easy transportation.
  • Cable storage ensures a hassle-free set up and stowing away of the product.

Specifications

Compatible blade diameter180mm
Cooling methodAir cooled
Corded/cordlessCorded
Maximum cutting capacity (90° bevel)30mm
Model name/numberMTC650
No load speed5500rpm
Power voltage supply220-240V
Product height251mm
Product width503mm
Wattage650W
Product code3663602797913

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Just the job

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Cheddarbell - 4 months ago

Used this to cut tiles for a spoiler floor (including around the base of the toilet) saves me so much time. I noticed on initial cuts that the edges of the tiles splintered slightly. To remedy this I made sure to still score the tile, cut slightly wider than where I needed to cut and tidied up with a tile nipper. I imagine a different cutting blade would also give a more accurate cut.

Mcallister tile cutter 240v

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Cal117 - 11 months ago

Bag of shaeet..cant cut thru tiles without chipping, motor is underpowered....waste of money

The screws holding the blade guard are submerged.

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MTG 1 - 11 months ago

The screws holding the blade guard are submerged and the manufacturer skimped on providing them in stainless steel. Particularly miserly since there are only TWO. Wait until you come to change that blade...and the best of luck with that.

Not for for purpose?

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Lomasj - 1 year ago

Says it will cut porcelain tiles. Mine looked like it’d be cut with a chisel. Returned to the friendly and helpful people at my local store

Macallister mtc650

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Mastermoo - 1 year ago

What a load of rubbish I'm so disappointed with this machine it has cost time and money, the reservoir plug is absolutely useless it leaks water everywhere, and the machine is so loud and vibrates it's way off the work bench! Iv not even managed to cut a single tile!! I'm off to get a refund!