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Hi all need a new electric wet tile cutter mid range what do you recommend and glad to hear off your expierience that you have had with yours .
Thanks for your time guys , Michael. :smilewinkgrin:
 
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To cut all tiles but dont want to spend top dollar as wont be worth while. best all rounder really thanks for your input regards Michael.
 
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best electric wet tile cutter your opinion?
To get the best then there is no mid range..:smilewinkgrin:


The Dewalt D24000 is the best wet cutter out there IMHO..

It is the best i have owned..

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Ok if you are talking £100 ish...then the Plasplugs or Vitrex or Norton

Next up would be the Rubi ND200 £480 or even a Rubi DW200

Then we get to the £600- £800 range and that gives you the Rubi DW250 but as Dave says The Dewalt DW24000 is best in that class.

Above that you get into BIG cutters such as the Big Sigmas etc.....out of my range
 
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Thats what I was after thank you for your opinion on this matter. Regards Michael.:smilewinkgrin:
 
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albyshellshear

I second Sir Ramic not much more to add I have a norton its a good cutter when I bought mine it had a extra blade I beleive that they have stoped that now so its about equal between vitrex and norton not sure about plasplugs.
 
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The briccolina is worth considering if you are looking for a good quality little cutter for around the £100-£150 mark
 
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Scott

The plasplugs looks virtually identical to the Vitrex, ive had a plasplugs contract plus for about 4 years and its done well. Makes you look like you wet yourself and it vey loud IMO.
 
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Daz

The briccolina is worth considering if you are looking for a good quality little cutter for around the £100-£150 mark
I use my Briccolina more than any of my other wet cutters. It's fantastic, compact and can be used to cut almost anything.
 
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Aston

love the briccolina....nice smooth cuts, a great little cutter!!
add the dewalt to that and you have most options covered...i also have a little dewalt hand held wet saw and thats excellent! can do 45 degree cuts aswell

good luck on your search
ed
 
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wayneismith

Hi all, I am looking to buy a DW24000 sometime soon, can anyone help with best dealer/best price etc. Many thanks Wayne
 
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Aston

dewalt de ja vu time 4 me again :smilewinkgrin:

just ordered another dewalt d24000 from mr neave at tt...i have go that christmas morning feeling comng again lol.

i went for another 240v as h&s are accepting these more and more now as long as they are fitted with an rcd, so i'll be having fun again. theres a little bit more power with the 240v so its all good...

ps tt was saying that the new version of the hand held dewalt saw is out any day now. it will be available with an optional 1 meter and 2 meter guide rail!!! :thumbsup:
 
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dewalt de ja vu time 4 me again :smilewinkgrin:

just ordered another dewalt d24000 from mr neave at tt...i have go that christmas morning feeling comng again lol.

i went for another 240v as h&s are accepting these more and more now as long as they are fitted with an rcd, so i'll be having fun again. theres a little bit more power with the 240v so its all good...

ps tt was saying that the new version of the hand held dewalt saw is out any day now. it will be available with an optional 1 meter and 2 meter guide rail!!! :thumbsup:
how much is the new hand held dewalt Ed?
 
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Aston

hi gary,
he didnt have the final price yet, hes literally waiting for a phone call from dewalt but, he said it is expensive...rumour is, its around the £150 mark but the rail is extra....as soon as i hear , i'll let you know, or vice versa mate:thumbsup:
 
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dewalt de ja vu time 4 me again :smilewinkgrin:

just ordered another dewalt d24000 from mr neave at tt...i have go that christmas morning feeling comng again lol.

i went for another 240v as h&s are accepting these more and more now as long as they are fitted with an rcd, so i'll be having fun again. theres a little bit more power with the 240v so its all good...

ps tt was saying that the new version of the hand held dewalt saw is out any day now. it will be available with an optional 1 meter and 2 meter guide rail!!! :thumbsup:
Ed you are a gadget man, just like me, I feel guilty now having your:disappointed: DeWalt:oops:
 
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I have the D24000 (which is much documented!!:lol:) and its the best portable wet cutter by a mile.....

... but I also recently bought the Vitrex 750 for smaller jobs and I used it for the first time this week - I must say it is absolutely superb:thumbsup: I am assuming the design is based on the old PP Master Tiler but the actual use of the machine far exceeds it's predecessor:thumbsup: Lots more power (150 watts to be exact), better guide rail set up and significantly quieter:thumbsup:

All in all I can highly recommend the Vitrex 750:smilewinkgrin:
 
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Hi mate sorry this is a bit old and i don't know if you have bought yet but try the DU 200 L BL from rubi. Really good powerfull motor and CTD next month March/April will be selling them for £250 with stand and CPC2 porca blade. Bargain.
 
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Gazrus

I still like my Tyrolit Hydrostress TTE250 I think its a similar design to the Dewalt 24000, retail is a little more expensive but I got mine for £700 with a few extra blades.
With a cutting length of 730mm & depth of 60mm cuts anything.
I will get some pictures of it in use posted next time I use it.
 

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