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QEP Diamond Wheel Wet Tile Cutter £32 delivered from Toolstation
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QEP Diamond Wheel Wet Tile Cutter £32 delivered from Toolstation

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Posted 11th JunEdited by:"FrankieC"
Seems like a good deal to me, 20% off usual price and free next day delivery from
Toolstation. Reviews are very good too.

EDIT: may also be available for click and collect at your local branch. Toolstation's click and collect service is really good in my experience, very quick, and their safe distanced collection process works really well.
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andy.john11/06/2020 22:53

Bought this yesterday and finished myTiling off in the kitchen, used …Bought this yesterday and finished myTiling off in the kitchen, used indoors and would recommend! Never tiles before and now contemplating the bathroom![Image]


Probably me and my ocd but I would have put that extraction hood directly over the centre, makes that right hand side look odd . Does the cooker stick out more than the work tops, or is it the picture that is deceiving?

Not knocking your effort, just looks un-symmetrical and too large cooker
Edited by: "squeekyclean" 12th Jun
Bought this yesterday and finished my
Tiling off in the kitchen, used indoors and would recommend! Never tiles before and now contemplating the bathroom!
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I have one the same they are brilliant 100 times better than a manual snapper 🐊 good price last for years..
Just used one for outdoor porcelain tiles. Very good.
Have an almost identical one and it's great.
Phlop011/06/2020 22:32

Just used one for outdoor porcelain tiles. Very good.


What thickness were they. We have 20mm ones. Do you think this will do the job?
rugbee11/06/2020 22:35

What thickness were they. We have 20mm ones. Do you think this will do the …What thickness were they. We have 20mm ones. Do you think this will do the job?


They're water cooled so although 20mm is thick going steady should be ok. Also toolstation do no quibble returns although you'd have to wait til they fully reopen.
Would this work on 22mm sandstone with a diamond disc?
Only for a small garden project
Bought this yesterday and finished my
Tiling off in the kitchen, used indoors and would recommend! Never tiles before and now contemplating the bathroom!
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I've used this for large bathroom tiles, and its great. I paid more than this offer but was still worth the money.
Edited by: "Deano77." 11th Jun
Thank you
Can you use this without water?
Cheers ordered.
andy.john11/06/2020 22:53

Bought this yesterday and finished myTiling off in the kitchen, used …Bought this yesterday and finished myTiling off in the kitchen, used indoors and would recommend! Never tiles before and now contemplating the bathroom![Image]


Probably me and my ocd but I would have put that extraction hood directly over the centre, makes that right hand side look odd . Does the cooker stick out more than the work tops, or is it the picture that is deceiving?

Not knocking your effort, just looks un-symmetrical and too large cooker
Edited by: "squeekyclean" 12th Jun
squeekyclean12/06/2020 00:04

Probably me and my ocd but I would have put that extraction under …Probably me and my ocd but I would have put that extraction under directly over the centre, makes that right hand side look odd . Does the cooker stick out more than the work tops, or is it the picture that is deceiving?Not knocking your effort, just looks un-symmetrical and too large cooker


The extractor was already fit mate and I can’t move! Oven sticks out due to the gas pipe behind!
andy.john12/06/2020 00:05

The extractor was already fit mate and I can’t move! Oven sticks out due t …The extractor was already fit mate and I can’t move! Oven sticks out due to the gas pipe behind!


It would do my crust in personally, but well done with the tiles
crazy8monster11/06/2020 23:46

Can you use this without water?


Its a wet tile saw. U only pour it into the tray n thats it,dont need to do any connection,so i cant see why one would not want to put water in it. Theoretically blade should still spin n cut,but would defo go dusty
Edited by: "linhang90" 12th Jun
Ordered.... Many thanks
crazy8monster11/06/2020 23:46

Can you use this without water?


Don't. It will wear out blade instantly. Compound that holds diamond dust on the blade can't take temperature. You need water to cool it.
crazy8monster11/06/2020 23:46

Can you use this without water?


Yes but after doing a lot of dry cutting in my time I'd say avoid whenever possible. Not good for you and makes a hell of a mess.
rzbikot12/06/2020 08:17

Don't. It will wear out blade instantly. Compound that holds diamond dust …Don't. It will wear out blade instantly. Compound that holds diamond dust on the blade can't take temperature. You need water to cool it.


Thx, just wondered
linhang9012/06/2020 00:56

Its a wet tile saw. U only pour it into the tray n thats it,dont need to …Its a wet tile saw. U only pour it into the tray n thats it,dont need to do any connection,so i cant see why one would not want to put water in it. Theoretically blade should still spin n cut,but would defo go dusty


thx
Thanks OP! Been waiting for a deal like this. Will start another project.... again.
It's been showing 20+ for delivery since I bought one yesterday, now just 12 available....

EDIT: now back up to 20+
Edited by: "FrankieC" 12th Jun
I have read once that tile cutter would give a nice and even cut to wood flooring. Could this be used to cut the wood flooring ?(without water ) Thanks
Glombix12/06/2020 10:43

I have read once that tile cutter would give a nice and even cut to wood …I have read once that tile cutter would give a nice and even cut to wood flooring. Could this be used to cut the wood flooring ?(without water ) Thanks



Just use a fine toothed disk, or a small toothed metal cutting disk. Ideally, just use a disk that’s made for the specific job rather than those one disk does all type efforts.
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I bought this a couple of months ago for my lockdown project tiling this wall. These are 10mm porcelain tiles and I used a diamond cutting disk. It didn’t miss a beat. Not the most precise guides etc as everything is plastic but the actual cutting action is great, and for £32 you won’t find better (or even for a lot more money!). Mine is now in the attic until the next project.
Rustyk112/06/2020 12:33

[Image] I bought this a couple of months ago for my lockdown project …[Image] I bought this a couple of months ago for my lockdown project tiling this wall. These are 10mm porcelain tiles and I used a diamond cutting disk. It didn’t miss a beat. Not the most precise guides etc as everything is plastic but the actual cutting action is great, and for £32 you won’t find better (or even for a lot more money!). Mine is now in the attic until the next project.


very nice work
Could I cut sandstone paving with the machine?
dreamer18112/06/2020 14:40

Could I cut sandstone paving with the machine?


Not sure but it says the cutting depth limit is 23mm which might be enough to stop you.
FrankieC12/06/2020 15:33

Not sure but it says the cutting depth limit is 23mm which might be enough …Not sure but it says the cutting depth limit is 23mm which might be enough to stop you.


I’m tempted to try cutting with my angle grinder but the dust it produces will be crazy
I used something similar when I tiled my bathroom, was okay, untill I saw the bathroom fitter do my shower cubicle. He used a score and snap style, was so much quicker and looked easier to get straight cuts on my 60cm tiles, he said he never uses the saw cutters, don't think I would again after watching him.
richie99912/06/2020 17:52

I used something similar when I tiled my bathroom, was okay, untill I saw …I used something similar when I tiled my bathroom, was okay, untill I saw the bathroom fitter do my shower cubicle. He used a score and snap style, was so much quicker and looked easier to get straight cuts on my 60cm tiles, he said he never uses the saw cutters, don't think I would again after watching him.


I planned to use score and snap on my wall project, but finding one to score 10mm Matt porcelain tiles will cost several hundreds of pounds. This cutter was a much cheaper option. Yes you get chips, but once you’ve sealed etc you can’t tell the difference.
FrankieC12/06/2020 12:40

very nice work


Thanks! First try at tiling so was pleased with how it came out!
Rustyk112/06/2020 17:56

I planned to use score and snap on my wall project, but finding one to …I planned to use score and snap on my wall project, but finding one to score 10mm Matt porcelain tiles will cost several hundreds of pounds. This cutter was a much cheaper option. Yes you get chips, but once you’ve sealed etc you can’t tell the difference.


Yes, his was pretty expensive, I think I would hire though for a one off project as it looked so much easier and the time saved would be worth it for me.
I was well chuffed with what I achieved with the saw though, so should you be.
Edited by: "richie999" 12th Jun
Bought one, works great. Keep it it clean and dry it thoroughly before storage. It will last a long time if you look after it. Good deal at this price
andy.john11/06/2020 22:53

Bought this yesterday and finished myTiling off in the kitchen, used …Bought this yesterday and finished myTiling off in the kitchen, used indoors and would recommend! Never tiles before and now contemplating the bathroom![Image]


Oh dear didnt you use tile spacers and a tile leveller not to mention its all skew wiff and does my organisational OCD right in the hood is not in the centre.
I've started tiling my Kitchen today so this is just what I need. Voted hot.
Edited by: "Zaxxan" 12th Jun
Rustyk112/06/2020 12:33

[Image] I bought this a couple of months ago for my lockdown project …[Image] I bought this a couple of months ago for my lockdown project tiling this wall. These are 10mm porcelain tiles and I used a diamond cutting disk. It didn’t miss a beat. Not the most precise guides etc as everything is plastic but the actual cutting action is great, and for £32 you won’t find better (or even for a lot more money!). Mine is now in the attic until the next project.


Now that looks like a pro job - well done!
andy.john11/06/2020 22:53

Bought this yesterday and finished myTiling off in the kitchen, used …Bought this yesterday and finished myTiling off in the kitchen, used indoors and would recommend! Never tiles before and now contemplating the bathroom![Image]


Looks great!
Would this be a better buy? It looks more industrial and robust...

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Costs an extra £3 though. I've ordered the toolstation one but now I'm not sure which one is best.
dreamer18112/06/2020 14:40

Could I cut sandstone paving with the machine?


Not advisable. Best to hire a commercial unit.
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