QEP Diamond Wheel Wet Tile Cutter 450W

QEP Diamond Wheel Wet Tile Cutter
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Lightweight (3.75kg) diamond wheel tile cutter with fixed extension table, mitre guide, parallel guide and cable storage. Table size: 340 x 305mm.
Supplied with a general purpose 110mm diamond blade.
Blade size: 110mm. Cutting depth: 23mm.
Blades available: general purpose 81264 and porcelain 41770 .

Additional information

  • Brand QEP
  • Wattage 450

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QEP Diamond Wheel Wet Tile Cutter 450W is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 58.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good value but not the best ever cutter. My old tile cutter failed when I was ¾ through a new kitchen. Needed something cheap and quickly. This was in stock and a very good price. It's not the best ever piece of kit but for the money hard to beat. The guide is held in place with thumb screws and it's a bit fiddly. The cutter comes packaged in a small box and has to be assembled which takes about 15 minutes. Once assembled it won't fit the box it came in, making storage a bit more difficult. Overall very good.
Date published: 2017-04-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Acceptable for the Price. It does what it's supposed to do, but not without a degree of fuss and bother. For the price, I wasn't expecting too high a build spec' and so can't say that I was surprised that plastic predominated. That said, it cut through 12mm thick quarry tiles without too much trouble and did so reasonably accurately. The downside is that the mess that is created when cutting is in operation is a real pain.Overfill the water reservoir at your peril! Be sure to wear your goggles and snorkel. The post-cutting clean-up took a long, long time; the cutting blade is a pfaff to remove and clean, and clearing out the water reservoir is a pain in the posterior . As a one-off buy for a particular (small) project, this item is a sensible buy. As a long-term investment, though, I suspect that money would be spent elsewhere.
Date published: 2017-08-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Value for money, for a DIY project Reasonable results for the cost. I had a small DIY project, fitting some left over tiles into our porch way. It was powerful enough for the cutting of average depth floor tiles. Generally cut well enough, though you do have to slow down when coming to the end of cutting, otherwise you may chip the tile at the end of the cutting line. Overall though good little DIY tile cutter, especially for the money.
Date published: 2017-01-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Dose what it needs to Good bit of kit for the price Ito could just do with something to hold it to the table to stop it from moving while you are cutting
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Does the job This tile cutter is cheaper than any competitors own brand - I was only doing the bathroom floor and walls and didn't want to spend stupid money and this has good reviews. I agree with other users, the water reservoir is too small, I over filled it the first time and it went everywhere. You will also spend most of your life filling it up as the water comes out quicker than you can fill it up! I'd therefore recommend using this outside. I initially started using it indoors, but as so much water was coming out I used it dry. Otherwise I would have been going up and down the stairs every 2 minutes to cut another tile. The downside of using the cutter dry - The dust it produces is insane & the blade won't last as long & it gets pretty hot and you may crack tiles. Because I was using it dry I did chip a few tiles, but only at the end of a tile when I was 95% through the cut, which was annoying!
Date published: 2017-02-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not the best tool I have ever bought It is very light weight and difficult to keep steady in use, I would not want to cut tiles as thick as the manufacturer recommends.
Date published: 2016-12-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from nice piece of kit For the price does what it said in advert,, ideal for small diy projects
Date published: 2016-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cheap and cheerful I had a watercutter a few years back, when renovating my last house which wasn't cheap, and served me well. I've just bought a new house so needed another, and decided to go budget. Budget it is. The construction is cheap and probably won't last, but will hopefully last my renovation. It's very light, and the build quality is dubious, but so far it's served its purpose! The instructions are poor, but it's logically obvious to put together and get going without them. I doubt I'd be using the guides as they are very cheap and nasty, but then again I'll be doing all straight cuts, so won't be using them. Avoid it if you're planning on using it professionally, or for more than a house renovation of a bathroom and toilet, as I think if you dropped it, it would probably smash to pieces. I'm happy so far. After every use I have wiped it down and put some WD40 on the blade as I know that my last one rusted very easily, and touch wood it's still going strong. Blade is included, which is a bonus!
Date published: 2017-08-19
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