"Purchased this saw for a one of job using large 600 x 300mm tiles for the fire place surrounding a wood burning stove. An awkward enclosed space and thought the tile saw would make the job quicker and neater. I was absolutely right, the saw performed beyond my expectations for the price and I wouldn't hesitate recommending it. Quick clean cuts as you would expect and also the ability to trim the tiles after the initial cut which I have had difficulty doing with cheaper less powerful cutters. The drain plug feature for cleaning up is superb."
"For the price this is an excellent wet cutter. Not sure if the angle cutting feature is accurate. For straight cutting I can't fault this tool. The guide can be fiddly to set and if you're not careful it can be set off square. A minor detail in my opinion."
"Bought this tile saw to cut 20mm brick slips for a feature fireplace. It was easy to set up, use, and most importantly it did the job with ease. I would definitely recommend purchasing one of these rather than messing around with angle grinders or cheap tile cutters."
"I bought this machine for doing Bathroom and Kitchen, excellent performance and cut through the thick tiles so easily. It a bit big and heavy. Feature :- a bit difficult to drain off the water and difficult clean the machine."
"Fantastic tile cutter, easy to use with precise rulers back and front, Bit awkward to cut 45 degree edges but not really an issue. Good to see screwfix also sell replacement blades. Well done Erbaur."
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Review 10 for Erbauer ERB337TCB 750W Tile Saw 230V
"Bought for doing approx 12 m2 of big 10mm tiles ( 600 x300). Made easy work of cutting, Steady but firm pressure is all that's needed. Easy assembly and within a few mins can be cutting. Protect the floor and yourself from the water , it does tend to 'run off' the big tiles onto the floor and the spray from the disc will cover the operator.. Wouldn't rely on the measurement scale for accuracy too much, but the parallel guide was invaluable for me. Used these type of machines from hire shops before and this is just as good and for the same cost as a few days hire it's there to used whenever."
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Review 12 for Erbauer ERB337TCB 750W Tile Saw 230V
"Brought this tile saw for bathroom marble tiles. Hot knife through butter springs to mind. Made mincemeat of the tiles and beautiful clean cuts. Only downside is the parrallel guide measure on front and rear wasn't align with each other. This made cutting a parallel line with the parallel guide difficult. I explained to my NEW local screwfix branch and they changed it out straight away, they even examined the new tile saw parallel measures where align. Brilliant cutomer service."
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Review 15 for Erbauer ERB337TCB 750W Tile Saw 230V
"Bought this tile cutter to replace a cheap 'plasplug' water cutter I had but couldn't get replacement blade. I did a fair bit of research before settling on this one. Reason for this was the price and the ability to cut large floor tiles as well as small tiles. The cutting table is large and really stable. Though it was a little dearer than the cheap cutter I had before, in my opinion this is up to professional standard, and will hopefully last me a long time so I can use it for my bathroom and flooring projects. The drain plug makes cleaning up afterwards a doddle, I have the cutter placed on my 'work mate' which makes cutting comfortable and stable and then when I'm finished I place a bucket under the plug hole, remove the plug and flush out the sediments leaving the sump debris free. I didn't rely on the laser for cutting, but the parallel guide was accurate and firm. The protective guide is designed to be free moving in the up and down direction, so that only the height required to cut the tile is exposed. When making small cuts (30mm or less) and using the parallel guide you may have to lift the guard to access your cut piece. Be careful lifting the guard before the wheel has stopped spinning, not only because of the risk of injury, but also because water from the sump will be 'spat' at you - this happened to me a couple of times before I learnt not do it. For a keen DIYer or renovator, this is just the job."