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Tile Cutting Saw £23.50 @ Asda Direct with free store collection over £25 (otherwise £4.95 del.)
Tile Cutting Saw £23.50 @ Asda Direct with free store collection over £25 (otherwise £4.95 del.)

Tile Cutting Saw £23.50 @ Asda Direct with free store collection over £25 (otherwise £4.95 del.)

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A 80mm continuous rim diamond blade effortlessly slices through ceramic, quarry and slate tiles. Water-cooling feature reduces dust.

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trouble with own brands is no reviews

any real use to this compared to the manual non-electric ones?

Peggy Bedford;7673831

trouble with own brands is no reviews



Yep. I think I'd rather go for something with reviews. I reckon it may be worth spending the extra tenner or so on this from Wickes. More description, reviews and looks sturdy.

wickes.co.uk/inv…878

muddyfox470;7673838

any real use to this compared to the manual non-electric ones?



Yes. Just done a kitchen splashback. Don't think I could have done it manually in anywhere near the time.

Does it come out with statements like "You tiles are flat and dull" and "I'm gonna cut you up"
Or have I got the wrong kind of cutting?

I'll get my coat.

Banned

there was another one yesterday from screwfix

muddyfox470;7673838

any real use to this compared to the manual non-electric ones?


Manual ones just score and then you snap - hopefully along the score line. This cuts with a spinning wheel/blade. It's a lot easier cutting shapes out of tiles with this, rather than a scorer type and or a tile nibbler.

Searcher2;7673961

Yep. I think I'd rather go for something with reviews. I reckon it may be … Yep. I think I'd rather go for something with reviews. I reckon it may be worth spending the extra tenner or so on this from Wickes. More description, reviews and looks sturdy.http://www.wickes.co.uk/invt/186878Yes. Just done a kitchen splashback. Don't think I could have done it manually in anywhere near the time.


The Asda one isn't going to actually be own brand though - it's just rebranded generic. Same with the Wickes one. The Asda one looks exactly like a Plasplugs one I used a while ago. I've used both of these types and from experience I'd say the Asda one will be better. For both types, you put water in the bottom to keep the blade cool. As the blade spins water is brought up from the reservoir onto the bed. The Wickes type looks good but the single flat metal bed means that the water pools and then dribbles onto the floor. By contrast, the Asda one has grooves in the bed and a gulley all the way around into which the water flows and then back into the reservoir - much better design.
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