|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|
Nattco 18" aluminum base interchangable wheel, most popular cutter over 500,000 sold.US Made
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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!
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.
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.
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!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Seemingly well built but the handle is fit into plastic, that also holds the cutting wheel. It broke, but the worst thing is, NATTCO doesn't sell parts. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jerry
I used this to cut 12" ceramic tile. At first practice it would snap but not straight lines. Within 30 minutes the plastic broke and I sent it back for a refund. Read morePublished on May 12, 2014 by Dazylyn
I have done something like 2500 feet with this unit and it still cuts well. Smooth action and the bars-to-base seems rigid. Read morePublished on March 8, 2014 by L2Louie
But it worked great, and with no power or water, and minimal mess. I only screwed up one tile, so it's pretty consistent. Read morePublished on March 1, 2014 by Barb
It is not the product's fault i guess. The product is well engineered. but such device can cut only certain tiles (width, material, size). Read morePublished on February 6, 2014 by A Gaonkar
It broke after cutting two tiles. I wish I had never bought it. I found myself with the cutter on the floor and the handle in my handPublished on January 15, 2014 by Otto Slawinski
the plastic handle assembly is just what it is "plastic" and bends under load when trying to snap the tiles. I was afraid to push harder or it would have broke. Read morePublished on December 30, 2013 by Steve