"A number of people mentioned poor instructions, I didn't find this at all. Possibly as I have had several cutters previously although it took 2 attempts to set the blade in the correct position, check this by rotating by hand before switching on. I found it cut very nicely with a smooth finish, not sure how long blades last for, but I'm sure that Screwfix will have these in stock when required, I have only scored it 4 stars for reliability, had it use for two days only but what I have seen from other Titan products, if I was doing this in a years time I would expect to give it 5. Nice to see a two year guarantee my other machines only had the 1 year. the drain plug is another good idea, makes it a lot easier to empty and clean."
"I have used an old electric tile cutter before, and was impressed, so I bought this one to use for myself and it is fantastic. it has all the features of a more expensive one and is robust and reliable cannot recommend it highly enough."
"Although this has not been used yet as it is a gift for hubby, I was recommended to purchase by a collegue who cannot speak highly enough about it, so Hubby should be well pleased, the look and feel is of great quality at a bargain price and the savings you make on broken, miscut tiles will pay for it self over again ."
"Having tiled many times I decided to treat myself to a wet tile cutter, what on earth have I been wasting my time for, cuts tiles perfectly with absolute accuracy. I should have got one years ago! My only complaint is the same as others; the instructions are poor, but it does not take long to work it out."
"Seems like a really good product for the price, well designed and capable of the job. Not sure about the reliability, I don't expect any problems but I've only made a few cuts so its a bit early to tell"
"Bought this after reading all the positive reviews and guess what, they were all true. Youngest daughter wanted 100 slate rectangles cutting for place markers for her wedding reception. It did it with ease and without any strain. I know that slate is softer than ceramic tiles, but it is a great little tool, very easy to assemble and use. Even the fence is easy to adjust and stays in place. I would recommend this to any amateur DIY'er."
"I wanted to use the title "Great for the price - actually, great anyway" but there was no room! Has seen me through kitchen and bathroom floor to ceiling re-tiling without any problem. Accurate cuts and blade still sharp (all on 9mm ceramic). If it seems a little tight when feeding tile through make sure the guide under the guard is line up properly."
"I was hesitant buying the lowest price wet cutter thinking it won't be up to the job but I was pleasantly surprised that the cutter had no problem gliding through 12 mm thick porcelain. For small projects this is the perfect tool. There is not much over spray and the guide works well. If you are looking for a tile cutter for small jobs then this machine will serve your needs well."
"Just about to fit a new kitchen. Tiled splashback required. To hire a tile cutter or to buy one? With a price like this and all the features of a more expensive brands the choice was simple - bought one of these. Needs to be assembled before use. Instructions good but photos in leaflet are a bit too dark to see properly. However, it's not rocket science . . . . it was easy to put together. Now waiting for the kitchen to arrive so that we can install it and then use the tile cutter. If only the kitchen supplier was as reliable as Screwfix."
"Would have hired one but saw this and read reviews so stumped up the £40. Well worth it. Turns out I would have needed to hire kit for more than a day as I was let down by door fitter. So saved cash there. Was cutting porcelain tiles 30cm x 30cm - brilliant, as long as you don't push too hard, let disc do the work!! What I did find though (with porcelain tiles) the residue clogs up the reservoir quite quickly so you have to be wary about no water getting to the disc. I found this out after about 25 cuts of 30cm tiles, so a check of the reservoir after every15 cuts or so would prevent any problems. Don't go by the measurement guide - measure with a tape from the blade(when switched off of course) and fix the guide to that measurement. The guide is a bit fiddly but if cutting several tiles it does the job. For the more experienced (with a good eye), the guide is superfluous as the grooves on the baseplate act as a sufficient guide, with smaller tiles that is. I bought replacement disc but haven't used it yet!! All in all, well worth the money. Even if you are doing just the one job you will get back 50% of your outlay by reselling it."
"This little tile cutter saved the day for me. I undertook a big DIY tiling job, not realizing how much work it would be and thinking all I would need was a little hand tile cutter. It got through very hard-wearing porcelain floor tiles comfortably (albeit it very noisily). After that, cutting the cermaic tiles were like the proverbial hot knife though butter. Once I was done, I sold the cutter for half the price I bought it for - so much cheaper than hiring it."
"For the money this is a first class tile saw. Copes with most tiles you will encounter as long as you don't force it. Compact, easy to use and clean. Whilst probably not robust enough for prolonged trade use I would recommend to any DIY'er."