"Used this to tile our kitchen and I dread to think how long the awkward cutting out would of taken me without this. I bought several cutting discs for my job — as soon as it starts to wear out the tiles chip whilst cutting. Really really would recommend as it worked perfectly and for the money, this is a no brainer."
"Bargain saw, which is more than capable of cutting the more complicated cuts - plug sockets etc. I brought the saw to use along side my standard straight tile cutter to complete my kitchen worked really well. Easy to assemble and use and for the equivalent price of hiring one it makes sense to buy one and have it for future use."
"This is a great little product; I'm at the end of a kitchen fitting and gradually running out of dosh. The chance to save some by doing the tiling myself was an opportunity not to be missed. Manual tile cutters are fine for straight cuts but trying to cut round sockets and switches can be challenging. This cutter makes light work of those tasks and I've been made up at how professional a job can be done with it."
"With a bathroom floor to tile using 10mm quarry tiles I thought I'd need something with power, read the reviews which were in the majority good and so picked it up instore. Easy to assemble, some reveiws said the instructions were poor quality and hard to read, mine were ok but you can download a copy which I did just in case, they were pretty good. Worked a treat, did everything I needed, I had lots of cuts to make round the edges of the room, no problem at all. The cutting guide isn't brilliant, not the easiest to adjust, I checked the setting with a steel rule. Apart from that I can't fault it. A couple of points, don't lift up the blade guard to see what's happening on tricky freehand cuts you'll get soaked! If you're cutting quarry tiles clean the machine thoroughly and often. I had to spend a couple of days to get the job done, the dust from the quarries begins to set into a thick paste very quickly which surprised me, I had to use a putty knife to scrape it out of the water tank more than once. Got the job done, cleaned the machine,it's back in the box waiting for the next job."
"This is a great cutter for the money. Lightweight compact and easy to store and carry. The features are remarkable but the guide slide fixing edges could be 90 degrees instead of 45 to give a bit further movement and allow a floor tile to be cut in half guided. That said it cuts straight and I would recommend this tool."
"I had almost finished my bathroom tiling when my old cutter died. Only had a few tiles to cut so I didn't want to spend a fortune, but needed a decent cut. This little gadget did the job easily.
Good points, easy to carry with its built in handle, built in water reservoir and drain channel and a drain plug in the bottom of the tank for easy draining when finished. Good quality cuts, cut the heavy tiles easily.
Niggles.... only one really, the plastic guide fence is a little fiddly to set dead square, once adjusted it;s fine, just a bit bit fiddly if you are doing different sized cuts. It is a quick release plastic clamp which doesn't quite engage on the track every time. Initial set up is easy enough, although the instructions are not the clearest.
Overall, for the price it's hard to complain, it's obviously not built for everyday tiling, but for the occasional diy er it's more than capable and probably, the easy drain built in tank makes up for the niggly fence adjuster.
Can't comment on reliability, too new, but it does have a two year warranty, as I say, for the money its hard to complain!"
"Tile saw works just fine. Light weight to carry around and does everything you would expect for the price. I've put 5 stars on reliability but until I use this saw for longer I couldn't give a honest opinion."
"bought this and am impressed, easy to assemble, wash down after each use, good quality, can't say on reliability but with 2 year warranty if it breaks its not the end of the world, also if it only lasts 2 years, at the price its affordable."
"Does its job perfectly, the only let down (and it was minor) - the photos in the instruction manual are so dark they are hard to see in leaflet, the on line instruction manual didn't have many of the pictures.
As a result took a while to assemble, but don't let that put you off. Once it's made it does exactly what it should."
"Well made for a non-pro machine. Makes cutting tiles up to 20mm thick really simple, accurate and fast. Initial assembly instructions are a little poor though - the photos are unclear and the text is poorly written, and the blade guard and its mounting seem quite flimsy - not sure how this part would stand up to a lot of use, but in a DIY situation it should be fine. Cutting performance is excellent and the saw guide, although fiddly to adjust, is sturdy and accurate. Draining out of cooling water is simple due to addition of a handy drain plug, something not always found on machines of this type. Motor seems powerful and well up to the job. Overall this is a good buy for the majority of DIY users."
"I am absolutely delighted with this purchase as it makes tile cutting such an easy task. Yes it is a little messy due to the blade water coolant but this is irrelevant when considering how easy it makes in cutting tiles accurately. My one small criticism is in the manual assembly instructions, which imply that all associated accessories are supplied within the small housing under the 45 degree vertical fence. They are not! The parallel guide is actually clipped to the underside of the cutter. I eventually found this out after initially believing that a part was missing! Easy to assemble the accessories and a very easy to use machine. Definitely one of my best purchases ever and I highly recommend this product."
"Fantastic little tile cutter! Melted through 10mm quartz tiles like a knife through butter. Tiled 20 square metres of 10mm thick tiles with many many cuts and this cutter did the job perfect and is still going strong."
"Very happy with this. Easy to assemble. No dust at all when in use. Waste material all collected in the water. The table is surrounded by a channel to collect any excess water which was minimal but it stops any dripping off. Removable bung enables water and debris to be rinsed away after use. (the bung has holes to prevent over filling) Not used the fences yet but cut some very fine shapes without breakage. Easy to clean and built in cord storage means its easy to store. The spanners fences and instructions can all be stowed in the device so they don't get lost when it's not in use. Not had it long enough to comment on reliability but it seems well designed an put together."
"very good value product saves hours cutting tiles, I used 200mm x 100mm tiles in my kitchen I could not have done the job without it, cuts tiles easily and accurately, water trough keeps the dust down, would recommend this tile cutter for any tile job."
"Does everything I need from a tile cutter. Bought to replace a similar style one I've had for years which eventually gave up. This is brilliant value for money & has so far done a couple of kitchens & bathrooms including the floor tiles. Hopefully will last just as long as old faithful did."
"This is a great 'little' machine. Although it's not that little. I had a plastiplugs cutter before and this trumps it everywhere. First off the cutting on this is excellent with no play in the blade mounting unlike my previous cutter. The fence is well made and accurately guides the tile as you cut but take care to make sure it's square as you can set it at an angle fairly easily. It doesn't spray water everywhere which my previous cutter did and that means you don't have to keep refilling it. The drain plug feature means it's easy to empty and I love the recess underneath to store the fence when not in use. Plus it has a angle guide. The blade is easy to swap out and the machine is very light. I really can't see how you can beat the performance and value of this cutter. I only gave it a 4 for reliability as I have only just bought it but it seems well made."