"These are a joy to use, simple, perfect cut on conjuit and plastic water pipes and no need to tidy the ends. I gave it 5* for features, although it has one function - cutting plastic pipe. However, it cuts the workload due to the finish on the pipe not needing attention. had one for three years and never failed, well, apart from when I dropped my concrete breaker on it, thus requiring this new purchase...."
"I bought this to cut 15mm plastic barrier pipe. - I was reluctant to spend a fortune on a more robust steel based cutting tool, so I hoped at least that it would last throughout the project I have underway. - I couldn't believe how robust this tool is and how easily it cut through the pipe! - Clean, flat edge to the cut - No effort required - Ideal! - I fully expect this to last for a good while."
"Ordering off the internet was easy - easy to find, order, and get confirmation. Excellent for the purpose that it was bought for - cutting plastic irrigation pipe. The price was realistic, the p&p costs reasonable, and delivery very prompt ....... What more could one ask for"
"This cutter is ideal for the Trades Person or DIY enthusiast. at around half the price of similar branded versions. does the job quickley and accurately. Robust and easy to use, creates a straight and clean cut."
"Bought one of these after my previous pipe cutter broke - at first I wondered if it would fall apart immediately but as it happens, its a great bit of kit.
Cuts through plastic piping with no issue in most cases - but I have found that it can struggle if the pipe is damaged (I was replacing a broken elbow which also left the pipe split). Still... for under £11 - I had the job done in half the time of my old cutter!"
"chose this over the more expensive 'speedfit' brand as they looked both the same.
It works... but the speedfit pipe does warp a little when you attempt to cut which shouldn't be too much of a problem when using pipe inserts. Not sure if the branded cutter would be any better at all."
"I bought this as I tried using plastic pipe for the first time and the manufacturer (JG) recommended not using a hacksaw. This was half the price of the JG version and for the small job I did it was fine. You have to take care to ensure the cut is square though as the spring in the coil of plastic pipe tends to twist the pipe if you are not careful. None of my joints have leaked as yet and they are not all perfectly square."