500 watt electric tile cutter £29.99 Del @ Aldi
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500 watt electric tile cutter £29.99 Del @ Aldi

£29.99
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Found 11th JunMade hot 11th Jun
500 watt electric tile cutter
115mm blade
good reviews
3 year guarantee
available today in store or free delivery (at time of posting)

titan brand at screwfix £49.99, seems to be identical but only 2 years guarantee
screwfix.com/p/t…403

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These are great if you have a big tiling job as they make easy work of a thankless task

You can even sell them on for a tenner after you finished using them

Bought one a year back .done complete house refurb Inc tiling bathroom ,toilet , porcelain floor tiles .Never missed a beat even on the 600mm porcelain floor tiles .Worth it's weight in gold.

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I've seen people use these in their house, silica dust everywhere. can you wet these down because that dust is very dangerous.

Jimbo123

I've seen people use these in their house, silica dust everywhere. can … I've seen people use these in their house, silica dust everywhere. can you wet these down because that dust is very dangerous.



​What do you mean when you say 'wet'. Do you mean stream of water during the cut?

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Jimbo123

I've seen people use these in their house, silica dust everywhere. can … I've seen people use these in their house, silica dust everywhere. can you wet these down because that dust is very dangerous.



​they obviously didn't put water in the reservoir.

blade far too small need 180mm blade. ok for small wall tiles

Every day's a school day! I come here partly to learn from other people's knowledge and experience.
Edited by: "OB1" 11th Jun

rickj

Bought one a year back .done complete house refurb Inc tiling bathroom … Bought one a year back .done complete house refurb Inc tiling bathroom ,toilet , porcelain floor tiles .Never missed a beat even on the 600mm porcelain floor tiles .Worth it's weight in gold.


Same here, got the Screwfix one and did kitchen/diner and bathroom.

It may be due to the basic cutting disc that it comes with, but the cut edges will chip a little bit. If they're going to be visible (e.g. coloured tiles on external corners or edges) then an abrasive block like this will tidy it up easily and quickly.

drex

blade far too small need 180mm blade. ok for small wall tiles


It works fine for large format tiles, both porcelain and ceramic.

drex6 h, 21 m ago

blade far too small need 180mm blade. ok for small wall tiles


It cut a large area of 600x600mm porcelain 9mm thick tiles including awkward cut outs without any problems .Cuts were nice and clean with no chips .Can't think of any tiles it won't do to be honest .I would go off owners reviews rather than presuming its no good.Just keep reservoir full to cool blade and keep dust down.
Edited by: "rickj" 11th Jun

Jimbo123

I've seen people use these in their house, silica dust everywhere. can … I've seen people use these in their house, silica dust everywhere. can you wet these down because that dust is very dangerous.



They must be idiots if they didn't use water.

fishmaster

They must be idiots if they didn't use water.


I didn't mean to be superior, you only know what you know. I've not seen one of these up close and didn't know I had a water reservoir which is a great idea.

Jimbo123

I didn't mean to be superior, you only know what you know. I've not seen … I didn't mean to be superior, you only know what you know. I've not seen one of these up close and didn't know I had a water reservoir which is a great idea.



Just like a fuel tank in a car is a great idea.

This is great. Used the Screwfix one which cost me 35 quid. Used for large thick floor tiles and small wall tiles. Well worth the money in time saved. But did cutting outside in summer because it likes to spray water.
Bargain and no brainer at 30 squid if you have any amount of tiling to do.

Used it the other day. Brilliant bit of kit
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