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QEP 10552 20 Inch Professional Tile Cutter with 7/8 Inch Cutting Wheel, Ball Bearing Slides and Adjustable Rip Guide

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  • Cuts wall and floor tile up to 20-Inch square, 14-Inch diagonally
  • Thick heavy duty rubber pads prevent tiles from shifting
  • Linear ball bearing slides for smooth scoring
  • Chrome-plated steel rails with bumpers
  • Heavy duty 26" aluminum alloy base is lightweight and durable
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Product Description

Product Description

Qep Tile Tools 10552 19" Brutus Tile CutterQ.E.P. Co., Inc. has been a driving force in the continued growth and modernization of specialty tools, especially those found in the flooring installation markets, since 1979.Qep Tile Tools 10552 19" Brutus Tile Cutter Features: Cuts wall and floor tile up to 19", 14" diagonally Thick heavy duty rubber pads prevent tiles from shifting Linear ball bearing slides for smooth scoring Heavy duty 26" aluminum alloy base is lightweight and durable

From the Manufacturer

The 20-Inch Brutus tile cutter is easy to use and built for long lasting durability. The Brutus will cut tile up to 20-Inch square rip or 14-Inch Diagonally. Engineered with thick rubber pads to protect tile, linear ball bearing smooth action, and chrome plated steel rails with bumpers. Replacement tungsten carbide cutting wheels are also available.

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Technical Details
Part Number 10552
Item Weight11.8 pounds
Product Dimensions7 x 27 x 4.5 inches
Item model number10552
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description1 Year Manufacturers product replacement warranty. Contact Customer Service at 1-866-435-8665.
  
Additional Information
ASINB000FK5J60
Best Sellers Rank #174,667 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableMay 3, 2006
  
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3.9 out of 5 stars

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By BookFan on June 29, 2013
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After some water damage it was time to re-tile the bathroom. As I DIYer I always find myself making the decision about gambling on the cheap specialty tools for a project or spending too much on a tool I will use only a few times. The $20 tile breakers both on Amazon and in the Box Stores had mixed reviews at best. This left me thinking I was going to be spendng too much.

With only a few reviews I was concerned this breaker simply hadnt been put through its paces but trusting Amazon's return policy I decided this would be my choice. From my first practice cuts(recommended by everyone) I was able to acheive clean straight breaks in my porcelain floor tile. Even 1/2" pieces broke even and clean. It is extremely simple to use. I cut the 12 edge tiles in less than 10 minutes!

This breaker cost less than the Wet Saws all my friends pushed me towards, less than the professional tools with the strongest reviews, and even less than the more expensive breakers at the Box Stores. So this is a Win-Win-Win in my book. The fact that it was so simple and produced such great results, I am now confident enough to replace the linoleum in my kitchen.(something I had begrudgingly decided to hire a professional to complete) So I will certainly get my money out of this purchase and you will too.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Dan K. on March 6, 2012
I have the same exact model, but I bought at Home Depot. It works very well, especially for those tiles around the edges of a room. I've been able to cut even 1/2" off the edge too. Very satisfied. The ball bearing slides work well.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mena on November 17, 2012
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Used so far on only one project, but I anticipate tiling the kitchen + 2 1/2 baths in our new old house with it. This is the same equipment used by my local professional tile installer who prefers it to a wet saw (simpler, lighter, less mess.)

Amazon has a great price on the cutter and, with Prime,no shipping to boot!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. on January 9, 2014
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I have used other methods to cut tile-- wet saw, a grinder with a diamond blade. I have always been able to achieve good cuts. I found with this tool, for large tiles (18 inch) the cut (which is, the mechanism snapping the tile on the scored line you cut) would start off well then wander. very frustrating (increasingly frustrating with the large format tiles, which of course cost more for each mistake).

my suspicion is that the tool was flexing too much to give a straight snap on a 18 inch tile
I suspect on tiles 8 inch or less, it would work well, as the cut seemed to wander towards the end of the cut.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By George F. Gross on October 14, 2013
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I'm installing 1/4th inch thick porcelain tiles in my shower. These tiles are really hard (much harder than plain ceramic tiles). The QEP went through these like butter. I did lose a few tiles that did not split along the scribed line in the beginning. You have to get the feel for how hard to press down when scribing the tile - too little and it will not break along the line - too much and the cutter may wonder because the force caused the tile to move. One nice medium speed, medium pressure scribe with the tile firmly against the stop does the trick. I mounted the QEP on a work table held in place with just 2 pinch clamps. YouTube has many examples of how to use these tile cutters. My advice is to watch a few before experimenting. Also remember to get extra tiles just in case.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Everyone is named Jeff on November 19, 2013
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I purchased this as a DIY embarking on a bathroom tiling project. It has a rugged construction and a smooth mechanism. I found that cutting large tile sizes needs some skill to get an even cut (porcelain tiles 12" or greater). Smaller tiles are relatively easy and use the tool extensively for trim pieces. If I had to cut only a few tiles, I would go with a less robust solution. I thought I might use this tool on future projects, and so I went for a little heaver tool. I've had it for several months now, and 'm very happy with the purchase.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J. Cheng on January 4, 2014
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This was my first time using a tile cutter and this made it as easy as possible. It didn't take much pressure at all. And then, just a slight press down on the arm and the tile split neatly along the cut. super easy. And, the cutter itself seemed to be well made.

You do need to secure the cutter somehow though as it moves when you try to make a cut. put it up against a wall.
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I have not ruined a tile yet with this product. After buying a $39 cutter at Home Depot, I damaged four 16 inch ceramic tiles because the cheaper cutter, designed along the same lines, would not give me a clean cut. It cost me tiles and time. I took it back and ordered this product from Amazon.

Interestingly, I found the ball bearings in this tool less smooth than the other cutter and the tile guide does not line up flat with the tile rendering the guide extension useless. I bought the tool to cut tiles however and it does that very well. It has a much bigger cutting wheel and less give in the two steel rails. I think the bigger cutting wheel helps and maybe the cutting ridge is better also. I just use a ruler to set the tile up and then tighten up the guide. You only need a small portion of the guide to butt up against so you can ignore the guide extension. I took off a star for the guide but I'm very happy that I can now cut tiles correctly every time with this tool. I'm hanging on to it! It also has a spare wheel in the handle. It has saved me a lot of time and money.
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