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Mac Allister 650W 220-240V Tile cutter MTC650
- Guarantee - 2 years
- Comes with 1x blade, 2x wrench & instruction manual
Features and benefits
This Mac Allister tile cutter is suitable for cutting various tile types such as ceramic, quarry, terracotta, slate, porcelain, marble, granite and limestone.
- No mess water re-circulation system ensures a clean workstation.
- Extendable table allows larger tiles to be cut.
- Steel deck for added durability.
- Foldable carry handle offers easy transportation.
- Cable storage ensures a hassle-free set up and stowing away of the product.
|Compatible blade diameter||180mm|
|Cooling method||Air cooled|
|Maximum cutting capacity (90° bevel)||30mm|
|No load speed||5500rpm|
|Power voltage supply||220-240V|
AEW - 1 month ago
When trying to cut a tile the Guide moves although the guide was tightened up as much as possible. The Blade is blunt and does not cut the tile very well. very noisy and vibration is bad. Product will be returned.
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Kenningtonenthusiast - 8 months ago
Having read it was a wet cutter I was prepared for a bit of spray. No! Practically drenched just switching it on! Really must be used outdoors....it’s raining. Can’t do that today then....
Bluenose112 - 9 months ago
Used the cutter when tiling the kitchen floor. I found it fantastic. It cut through heavy porcelain tiles quickly and with very little chipping. The drawback is that it’s a wet cutter and does spray mucky water from the blade. No problem for me as I set it up in the garage, but I wouldn’t recommend using it in the house.
Room13Interiors - 9 months ago
I bought this tile cutter around a year ago now and have used it for cutting ceramic and porcelain tiles no problem at all. I've had no issues with tiles chipping but I only use quality tiles and always make sure my blade is in good conditionbefore cutting. I've also used this cutter for cutting brick slips and it glides through them with ease.
Just the job
Cheddarbell - 1 year ago
Used this to cut tiles for a spoiler floor (including around the base of the toilet) saves me so much time. I noticed on initial cuts that the edges of the tiles splintered slightly. To remedy this I made sure to still score the tile, cut slightly wider than where I needed to cut and tidied up with a tile nipper. I imagine a different cutting blade would also give a more accurate cut.