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Mac Allister Corded 650W Power tile saw MTC650L
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MaMoBa - 4 months ago
The product is quite flimsy. To go into more depth, the plug doesn't fit at leaks water. The top splash cover with laser guide constantly wobbles and is useless. Check the one on display, it's the same for the who say tighten it....You can't. The blade lasted 2 days - had to buy more and then couldn't, because the screws rounded. The mess from the water is RIDICULOUS. Sure it cuts, but a cheap one cuts a tile. Don't bother. I have now moved away from this brand and gone for an alternative.
RoBdu57 - 1 year ago
I was in two minds, I have used a hand held tile cutter and thought I would do the same again but brought this tile cutter on a whim and was very glad I did it made the whole job of cutting and shaping tiles extremely easy.
Cheap and nasty
Anonymous - 1 year ago
I bought this a couple of weeks ago to cut large 400x600 porcelain tiles for my bathroom. I'm nearly two walls in and am really struggling with this cutter.
Out of the box, the instructions are awful. Tiny photos too dark to determine what is being shown are the only aid to go with vague instructions which read like they were written by someone who has never touched this thing before.
The laser is in the safety guard, but the tightening knob to position the cover /laser bottoms out before any tension is applied to the guard, meaning that it flops around and if pushed sideways, touches the blade. To remedy, I had to add my own washers to the knob to make it work.
The laser is useful, but very very easy to knock off line. Gentle nudges by tiles and even strong gusts of wind all make the laser move.
There is a guide which can be adjusted and moved to give you a straight edge to follow. I tried this once and removed it... it is impossible to secure adequately and so moves when any pressure is applied with the tile.
Oh, and the laser suffers from a build up of grott on the inside of the guard...
Deep breath, and rant over. I'm wasting a lot of tiles to sub-par accuracy, and to be honest, it's winding me up, hence this review!!
This is the only tile cutter I've ever bought, and I can't help but think there must be better ones out there!!!
Tile king - 1 year ago
Great tile cutter great price laser good too when you have set it up this could be a bit fiddly
super tooth - 1 year ago
Unimpressed with a lever tile cutter, thought would buy electric. Rather than basic cutter would get the next step up with lazer guide. Waste of money - might as well have bought cheaper basic power cutter. The lazer was useless, unstable and inaccurate. Waste of money. Did cut tiles well though once lined up by eye!
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