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PostPosted: Sat May 26, 2007 11:21 am 
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Thought i,d take advantage of the 20% off and get one !

Jesus its huge :lol: and very robust i cut some tiles i had lying about to see what it was like ! it cut them like they were egg shells, just zipped along then clink tiles in two parts with a very clean cut.

Im well impressed but wonder what it will be like with a small tiles .

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I saw that tile cutter on screwfix and it looks like a decent machine :wink:

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I'm thinking about redoing the tiles in my bathroom next month so thats a blessing in the sky. I go ahead and purchase know so I can save on my next up coming project.


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I did'nt catch that sell, but I did find a deal on some marble to redo my floor. I consider myself a bargain hunter, and I'm always looking for ways to save on different projects.


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