Plasplugs DWW100 Tile Cutter Compact Plus Reviews
Product Type: Plasplugs Power Saw
Description:Brand: Plasplugs / Product Type: Tile Cutter / Designed to stay on your head!
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Customer Plasplugs DWW100 Tile Cutter Compact Plus Reviews (4)
by - written on 31/08/06, updated on 31/08/06 (Very useful, 12582 readings)
No sooner had I finished fitting the last cupboard door of our new kitchen, the wife was off out to choose the tiles that would adorn the walls of our newly fitted kitchen. One week later and every store within a 10 mile radius visited, she’d found her dream tiles and there was I thinking she only dreamt of me. *** The Purchase *** I am used to using a manual tile cutter but working out that I was going to need about 800 four-inch square tiles, an electric tile cutter was definitely on the agenda. I trotted off to our local Homebase store and brought the tiles and then looked at the selection of tile cutters they had to offer. There was a wide ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/09/10 (Very useful, 389 readings)
As a professional tiler I usually buy Plasplugs tile cutters, as they have served me well in the past usually lasting a few years with fairly high usage. I have currently had this tile cutter for two years. The on/off button is on the handle making it easier to access which is important when you have got dust or water on your safety goggles making it difficult to see. Another thing that I find useful with this make is that you get a carrying handle, however, after lots of usage sometimes the lid will fall off when you are carrying it. It is also fairly light compared to some tile cutters of the same size. I did find that I had to use a different ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/12 (Very useful, 176 readings)
As a keen and competent DIYer I bought the Plasplugs Compact Plus tile cutter a few years ago after deciding to revamp the bathroom in my previous house. Having previously only hired professional electric tile saws I wasn't expecting amazing performance from a relatively inexpensive tool but it was a very pleasant surprise when the first cut was completed resulting in a good straight clean finish. Obviously there are some differences between this and the more expensive models; being plastic it is light so can move around when cutting big, hard or heavy tiles but a couple of bricks wedged behind the back does go a long way to overcoming this small issue. It ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/09 (Useful, 725 readings)
I bought this tile cutter because I had thought it would be faster than a manually operated one, but it didn't end up being faster at all. In fact I sometimes lost my temper with it. First of all, its noisy... very VERY noisy. The sound of it fills the whole house and you will probably want to wear ear defenders when using it. It has a water reservoir to cool the tile and prevent it from shattering with the heat and friction. In practice, the water that spills all over the tile is incredibly messy and washes away any lines you have drawn on there for guidance. You'll also want to wear safety goggles as the blade guard doesn't stop water or tile bits from ... Read the complete review
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