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Nattco 18" aluminum base interchangable wheel, most popular cutter over 500,000 sold.US Made

3.2 out of 5 stars 51 customer reviews
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  • Heavy duty steel base
  • Includes precision score and snap and replaceable wheel kit
  • Cuts tile straight and at a 45 degree angle; also cuts porcelain
  • 12-months parts and labor
  • Ships at 7.4-pounds
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Product Description

Product Description

Tile cutter. Ideal for the do-it-yourselfer. One piece steel design.88 carbide wheel. Unbreakable handle. 6 wide x 18 long. Length: 24. Width: 5. Height: 6.5

From the Manufacturer

All Steel construction designed by North American Tile Tool Co this is an inexpensive tile cutter for cutting expensive tile like porcelain up to 18" x 18" Made in US

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Technical Details

Part Number PC1818
Item Weight 5.3 pounds
Product Dimensions 26 x 6.7 x 5 inches
Item model number PC1818
Item Package Quantity 1
Warranty Description 12 months parts & labor

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ASIN B000KKT7FO
Customer Reviews
3.2 out of 5 stars 51 customer reviews

3.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #106,714 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#32 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Hand Tools > Cutters > Tile Cutters
#6,486 in Home Improvement > Contractor Supply
Shipping Weight 5.3 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
Date First Available January 16, 2007

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By J. Denton on December 27, 2008
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I needed a tile cutter I could cut 12" tiles diagonally. The smaller 13" cutters won't do that task. I bought a different cheaper brand at Home Depot but it wouldn't cut anything. The handle design was wrong and you couldn't apply much pressure on the tile to snap it. I took that one back and with some research decided on this one.

My neighbor and I were each doing a small bathroom so he used this Nattco PC1818 first and was amazed at how well it worked. Then a couple weeks later I started my project and had the same experience. Score it once and then snap it! Neither one of us broke one single tile or had any problems and we're both first time tile installers.

This tool really doesn't have and precise way to measure where you're cutting (example: I want to cut off 2") nor does it have a guide for cutting angles, but with a tape measure and some thought it works just fine, especially for the price!
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To make a long story short...this tool is worth far more than what it cost. I see alot of people saying this tool is no good but they are just not handy. Im a carpenter who does tiling everyonce in a while and this cutter will give perfect cuts on big tile 95 percent of the time. Place two peices of wood over tile on each side after scoring and cover everything except the score....this will allow you to snap tile from the middle without blade touching it and only the snap feet give the pressure. No snap cutter replaces a wet saw but for straight cuts it works perfect. Havent tried it yet on porcelain.
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This is my first tile job and I am using 18 inch tiles to cover a 1,300 square foot basement.
I am almost done and this tile cutter has done a very good job. Most of the errors I had in cutting were because of operator error and not the fault of the unit.
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I have a wet saw and used it to tile two smaller rooms. It was very time consuming to carry each tile outside to the saw. This cutter made it much easier and faster to make cuts in the largest room. It is easy to use and much cleaner than the wet saw, though it does not replace it completely.
This product does not come with instructions. After figuring out how to use it, and tiling the kitchen, I looked it up on YouTube and saw I was using it wrong. Dk yourself a favor and look up the instructions before you try too use the cutter. I was using it backwards and, while it worked, it is much easier if you use it properly.
Do far I have used the cutter to lay 120 sf of porcelain tile.
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Definitely the easiest way to cut tile. I use this cutter for all the straight cuts with a tile saw as back-up for more complex cuts around doors, plumbing, etc. Cuts in just a few seconds with precision. The cut is clean on all the tiles I've tried it on so far.
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Was hesitant in purchasing with the all over reviews, but for the price decided to give it a try. Arrived in one day and was glad as I had just had the QEP model break. Put it to the test on 12" ceramic and cut perfectly. Think maybe folks are scoring a bit to hard. Had no issues and was able to even cut an inch off of tiles. As the directions state be sure to take an oil soaked rag to lube the rails during use. Now to finish three more rooms...UGH!
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I initially thought that the Natco 18 in tile cutter would suit my needs and, acccording to my research, it appeared better than a cutter I could purchase locally. About two weeks after it arrived, I finally had a chance to use it while installing tile at my weekend place.

All went fairly smooth once the rails were lubricated and we cut five 12x12 tiles without a problem. On the sixth tile, we scored it well and then when "snapping" it, the handle of the cutter broke at the point where it attaches to the sliding rail scoring assembly. Examination of the break revealed the statement on the handle itself indicating that it was "Unbreakable". It appears that the handle is attached to a pot metal slider and that this weak material failed.

Overall, I would not advise anyone to purchase this piece of junk. It's a waste of your money. Doesn't cut tile that well even when not broken.

Well anyway, I got five pieces of tile cut before it failed. What a deal!
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It's built very sturdy thanks to the steel base. I had a cheaper one where the base would flex when you put pressure down on the handle. The blade worked fine for me and I've installed a kitchen's worth of 6x24 ceramic tile. No complaints here!
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