"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."
"When I got my tile saw out to use on thecloakroom floor tiles, it was broken, so went on the Screwfix website to see what they had got. I chose the Erbauer ERB337TCB 750W Tile Saw because it was reasonably priced and had an extending work area to the side, which my last tile saw didn't have. The aluminium platform is a bonus as well. I have just finished using it and it performed extremely well, especially the extending work area."
"Originally brought a "trade" model tile cutter by Rubi from a local tile supplier but it was awful. Very poor build quality and the finished cut was not good at all. In fact I managed to cut 1 tile with it before packing the whole thing away and getting refund before buying this one from Screwfix
Takes just a few minutes to assemble and the difference in quality between the Rubi and Erbauer was staggering. Effortless cutting and no chipping, chattering or breakage of the tile or glazed surface.
Only comment would be that the laser line is not securely mounted as it is integral to the blade cover and vibrates and "dances" around when cutter is switched on. BUT at the end of the day I want a clean, neat and accurate cut and not too bothered about a flashy red light!
Not sure a proper tradesman would go for this but for the average DIY'er you cannot go wrong at all with this cutter."
"Absolutely worth spending more on this tile cutter. I have used the cheaper versions available and they are pretty useless. This was purchased to cut stone 12mm thick tiles and it was so easy. I would certainly recommend this machine even for smaller tiles. Blade is easily changed and spanners are provided. I am so pleased i paid the extra."
"After many years of DIY tiling I decided to buy one of these tile saws. I spent some time trawling the net, looking at different models and reading reviews. My conclusion was to buy one with a relatively powerful motor (which this has) and to filter out the nit picking moaners e.g. my tile cutter splashed me with water. Yes it will because the disc rotates in a bath of water! I used this machine for cutting thick ceramic floor tiles and it worked very well indeed. I wish I bought one of these years ago. Ideal for cutting L shape pieces around door frames and other intricate cut outs, assisted with the Screwfix Tile nippers. For the price, this is a well made & useful tool."
"Purchased this as my old plasplugs cutter was rather tired. This cutter is excellent value and you soon earn back what you pay for it, it gives good neat clean cuts with hardly no effort, like a knife through butter. I'd highly recommend it, I certainly made the correct choice. If it's anything like the other erbauer tools it's going to last a while. If you need a cutter, don't hesitate, get one of these now!"
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Review 11 for Erbauer ERB337TCB 750W Tile Saw 230V
"This little beauty performed better than anticipated. I had tried various means to cut floor tiles (10mm) for my son's bathroom. Nothing worked. Even a jigsaw (which cut wall tiles easily enough) only progressed about 10mm in 5 minutes. This saw made short work of all cuts (it was even possible to cut the tiles needed to go around the toilet pan). I have no hesitation in recommending this for diy use (perhaps not a tradesman's choice - but if you are only going to have about 10 or 12 tiling projects I am confident this machine will serve you well)."
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Review 16 for Erbauer ERB337TCB 750W Tile Saw 230V
"Bought this to replace my ageing, very well used Clarke cutter. This seemed to tick all the boxes and had good reviews. It's a good weight (not to heavy to move from job to job but heavy enough not to move about when cutting tiles) The water tank is a great thought, easy to fill up and easy to drain. Excess water from cutting tiles drains back into the tank, a clever idea. Motor has plenty of power too. Guide seemed a bit poor quality but once fitted was easy to adjust and seems to do the job well. With an alloy bed and an ABS plastic casing, it should be rust free not like the old Clarke. Only used to tile one kitchen so far but all seems good and would recommend. :)"
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Review 17 for Erbauer ERB337TCB 750W Tile Saw 230V
"I have now had this tile cutter 2 years. I have used it for nearly every size of tile up to 600x600x12mm. The disc that came with it lasted well and i am now on my 3rd disc. The guild and table bed are very good and can take a beating with big tiles. The power cut out is good to as it saves burning the motor out. I had to cut a lot of Porcelain tiles in half in one go (330x330x10mm) and it cut out after about 30 cuts of non-stop cutting. 5mins for a cupper and it was ready to go again. it has worked well for me and i will buy another when its time."
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Review 18 for Erbauer ERB337TCB 750W Tile Saw 230V
"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."