|Item Weight||23.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||43.4 x 8 x 7 inches|
|Item model number||10900Q|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Handle Material||Rubber grip|
|Warranty Description||1 year parts|
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QEP 10900Q 35-Inch Manual Tile Cutter with Tungsten Carbide Scoring Wheel for Porcelain and Ceramic Tiles
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- Rip cuts porcelain and ceramic tile up to 35-Inch and 24-Inch diagonally
- Straight edge adjustable measurement guide aligns tile for accurate cutting
- 7/8-Inch titanium-coated tungsten-carbide cutting wheel for smooth and durable scoring
- Easily cleaned with compressed air or soap and water if needed
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|Item Dimensions||8 x 43.38 x 7 in||8 x 33 x 6 in||0.88 x 0.1 x 0.86 in||—||13.75 x 38 x 9.5 in||—|
|Item Weight||23.3 lbs||16.2 lbs||1.6 ounces||—||—||8.82 lbs|
The QEP model 10900 35-Inch (900mm) Manual Tile Cutter is designed for both ceramic and porcelain tile. The simple score and snap process is a quick way to rip and diagonally cut tiles. The dual, chrome-plated rugged steel rails and linear ball bearing slides are designed to for smooth scoring on large tiles. The wide aluminum alloy base, heavy duty rubber pads and cutting table extensions provide extra stability for larger, heavier tiles. The high leverage bicycle grip handle makes cutting easier. Includes a 7/8-Inch titanium-coated tungsten-carbide scoring wheel.
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SECRET for getting a nice smooth edge with no little chips taken out of the finish: Score VERY lightly. Apply almost no downward pressure at all. The weight of the arm and wheel are sufficient and just slide it up and snap. Took me awhile to figure this out. I was putting too much downward pressure when scoring the tile and once I snapped the tile, you could see little chips taken out of the fine top finish along the cut edge. (Note some of my tiles were pure bright white, so even the smallest chips in the finish along the edge were noticeable, so it was important to figure out how to eliminate this). This is virtually eliminated by changing to minimal downward pressure.
This Tile Cutter can cut more length than advertised size (35"). This cutter can cut and snap 36" inch tile porcelain planks.
It is very Lightweight
It feels very Durable
The cost for the cutter is $100.00 compared to all other tile cutters that cut 36" inch tiles. The other tile cutters range from $350 to $600 when you look at cutting a 36" inch size tile.
Name Brand - QEP is an old tile name brand that has been around a long time.
The middle Spine is raised a little too high. The tile wobbles on the spine a little bit.
The rubber on the tray feels cheap, but we'll see how long it lasts, only time will tell. Who knows!?
This tile cutter is definitely worth the price and highly recommended. I've used this tile cutter for large format 12x24 tiles and porcelain planks as these types of tile are the most popular as of right now (2016). We have cut and set over 5000 square feet with this tile cutter/snapper. As of now we love it. This is now definitely our go to tile cutter/snapper for all of our tile projects!
Check this video out on you tube. This is the only video review that I found on youtube , take a look.
QEP $100 LARGE TILE CUTTER
I found this one on Amazon and figured what the hell, great price and it looks good. I could not be happier.
As a prime member I got the 2 day free shipping. I ordered it at 12:30 pm on a Friday, and had it by 9:15am on Saturday morning.
That's 20h and 45min just for the record. The tool is perfection. I am able to cut off 1 1/2" pieces down the 32" side of the tile
clean and straight. It works way better than my more expensive 24" cutter, at about a quarter of the price. I'd give it 6 stars if that was an option. Great value, great tool.
That doesn't mean that this is a worthless tool overall. It's just that it's not necessarily well suited to all the jobs it's described for. There might be other tiles that could be cut on a diagonal and work fine. But if you look at the mechanism and realize that with any tile from small to large, the part that snaps needs to be at the end, which is within a couple of inches of the corner, it should be clear that the snapping part won't even sit on the corner. It will overlap and if you use enough force to try to snap an 18 lb tile, it's not going to work cleanly. You'd be lucky if it doesn't destroy the tile completely. The only way I was able to snap a 24 inch tile on a diagonal at all was to use this as directed, and after the corner shattered to pieces, I was able to move the cornerless tile up a few inches so that the part that snaps it actually has a place to sit. After that, I was able to snap what was left of a 24 inch tile. So if you will never need the last few inches, I still wouldn't recommend this, but it's the only way I could snap on a diagonal at all for large tile. It also showed me that the tool could have been designed to handle the task.
Ultimately, the tasks it will work well for, particularly with respect to porcelain, could be handled just as well with a smaller version of this. The only reason I got this was that even commercial rental tile saws aren't designed to cut 24 inch tiles on a diagonal. So I ended up changing my floor design and renting a good quality wet tile saw. If I had used 16 or 18 inch tiles instead, this cutter might have worked, but so would one of their smaller ones.
Proponents of this like to say that it's cleaner than working with a wet tile saw. That's not really true if you end up with chips and fragments, and the mess of a wet saw is nothing compared to working with 1000 lbs of mortar. A good wet tile saw is easier and will give cleaner cuts. Unless your job won't require any tiles to be cut in multiple places, as opposed to all straight cuts, a tile saw would be needed anyway.