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el 28 de marzo de 2016 - Publicado en Amazon.com
My other tile cutter is better and alot cheaper. . Very disappointed
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Does not work as expected.
el 13 de enero de 2016 - Publicado en Amazon.com
I wish i would have never bought this.
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Not good for all jobs.
el 20 de mayo de 2016 - Publicado en Amazon.com
I have layed tile many time, and cutting them with a wet saw was never a problem accept cleaning up a mess everytime. When I saw this, ai figured I would give it a try just because it seemed like an easy set of, and no mess after cutting. I will say that there are positives and negatives to using this, so let's start with the positive first. As stated, it's fast and easy to set up. All you need to do is take it out of the box (not the case they show in the video) and set it where you want to cut. I put a new bathroom vanity in and I found that there was no tile under the previous one, soI took this out, and within 5 minutes I had new tile cut for the job. It's built solid, and seen no signs of stress on the bars or any other peice of this cutter. It is also easy to push down on the handle to snap the tiles in two cleanly in half, with no fragments of tile laying ll over the floor. So that being said, it is somewhat easy to use to if only replacing a few tiles. Now that being said, I did see a few more negatives than positives while using this tile cutter. The first is that when the tile snaps, it never leaves a clean smooth edge. If you are hiding the edge under a baseboard, it's find, but if you plan on having these cut edges in the middle of the floor area, you will see them. It's even worse when you are trying to cut textured tile such as tile you would put in a bathroom for traction. I was extremely disappointed in the cut quality on these tiles, and would never attempt to use this cutter on that type of tile. It's also very frustrating to keep the scoring mechanism in place while cutting. When you push down on the handle, the scoring pin slides up and won't get pressure placement to slide across the tile. After a few times of trying to adjust, the tile would move and you could lose your cut. This was the most frustrating part of the cutter as I was fighting with the cutting mechanism on every tile that I tried to cut. Its also only good for long, Strait cuts. If you need to make a special cut for say around a toilet or pedastool, your out of luck. As stated, it's ok for small jobs where you can hide the cut line, but for this price, I would personally buy a cheaper wet saw for you tile install needs.