|Item Weight||12 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.2 x 27.6 x 5.8 inches|
|Item model number||10-35|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Will replace if product contains manufacturing defects. Contact Customer Service at 1-866-435-8665.|
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ROBERTS - 13058 10-35 Laminate Cutter, 8", Red
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This Laminate Cutter is built with a heavy duty steel frame that is great for cutting Laminate up to 8-Inch wide and 12mm thick.
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By DLH1512 on February 22, 2018
Yes, it says "cutter", but it doesn't cut traditionally, like a sharp blade would do. It crushes through the board at the point you need to make your "cut". It will not be pristine. Do not sharpen it. It is not a paper cutter. It does take some force. My laminate was in the upper-middle in terms of thickness, but using this was fairly easy as long as I was standing and had leverage. If I were on the floor, which after laying a lot of laminate, you want to do, because it can be exhausting, it was much more difficult. Leverage is the key. And a little weight. My petite wife was able to cut a few, but it was with effort and asked I do the remainder of the project. However, if you are petite, get yourself a 12" pipe or longer, with a large enough diameter to fit the Roberts handle and it will be quite simple to operate, I am sure.
The "BLADE" - It is NOT supposed to be a sharp blade. Some commenters say they sharpened it. Doesn't make sense, it is not needed and probably will ruin it if not right away, certainly long term. You don't need pristine cuts when doing laminate floating floors. The idea is that the "rough cut" ends will be covered by molding and/or quarter round.
TIME SAVER - This cutter saves a ton of time over using a saw. Laminate throws off tons of dust, so you'd want the saw outside, which has multiple negatives. One, you keep going in and out of the house to make a cut. Two, you should wear a mask, which you'll likely pull on and off going in and out of the house. Three, weather could be a problem. Four, the mess. Easier to clean up chunks than laminate saw dust everywhere. This cutter, you leave right in the room and make your cuts. Makes the job quicker, simpler and less of a hassle.
VINYL PLANK - Some wonder if it will cut vinyl. The Youtuber I mentioned earlier did cut vinyl plank with it and gave it a thumbs up for that, but, I wouldn't bother. I had two styles of laminate that I put down in another part of the house...one was Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) which was semi rigid (And by far the easiest to lay down). The other was Engineered Vinyl Plank (EVP) and had solid, rigid core. Both were easily cut by the score and snap method with a utility knife. No need for the Roberts cutter, when a utility knife is even easier, particularly if your speed square is large enough to cover the plank, which most would be.
No need to buy the $300 cutters if you're only remodeling your home and/or maybe loaning it out to a friend, relative or two. This gets the job done at a very inexpensive price. Completely worth it.
I do look forward to using this on the thinner material I purchased for upstairs, the practice cuts on that are much easier, smoother and since it is upstairs, this will be exponentially easier than the thought of running cuts down to the garage!