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Mac Allister 400mm Manual Tile cutter
This Mac Allister Heavy duty 400mm tungsten carbide tile cutter with it's 15mm cutting wheel, is suitable for cutting ceramic, quarry, porcelain, vitrified & terracotta tiles and will give you precise cuts in tiles up to 12mm thick.
- Guarantee - 2 years
- Suitable for Ceramic, porcelain, quarry, terracotta & vitrified tiles
Features and benefits
- This tile cutter includes an angle cutting guide
- The cutting wheels are replaceable with YG6X, 15 x 6 x 1.5mm
|Blade material||Tungsten carbide|
|Manual or powered||Manual|
|Maximum cutting depth||12mm|
|Maximum cutting length||400mm|
|Maximum tile thickness||12mm|
Did the job perfectly
Dev 1 - 4 month ago
I bought this item 2 weeks ago for my kitchen floor project and it worked a treat with no unwanted breakages... it was so easy to use. All i needed was 1 scrape across the 330x330 tile (which i bought in B&Q) and it cut perfectly.
LesleyDIY1 - 7 month ago
Just bought this cutter this morning. We have 9mm porcelain 300 x 600 tiles. Brill nice straight cuts easy to use. Very impressed. After reading some previous feedback I was worried. But an excellent tool. Would recommend. A++
No Instructions In The Box??
JL DIY - 8 month ago
I bought this last year, only getting to the tiling job today. Bit frustrating after opening up and taking off all the packing to realise there were no instructions of how to use it!
- Went online to YouTube and found a good diy.com video on how to use the basic kit but have yet to find any instructions online on how to use the included "angle cutting guide"...I still have no idea how to use this, of if it's even worth keeping???
frustrating and time consuming
Gussy19 - 1 year ago
I broke quite a few tiles with this. takes forever to get a deep enough cut to snap the tile in the right place. my advice is spend £20 more and get the electric 500w tile cutter of the same brand.
Brilliant! Does the job
Jonno120 - 1 year ago
Cuts rules perfectly. It will only just straight, so if you want to cut L shapes for example, you need electric.