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Hi people,
i am new to the trade and i am looking to buy a manual tile cutter
at my training i used a "The Genesis super pro 600mm" with adjustable scoring wheel (i think was like 5 cm in length) i think this is to adjust for the thickness

i was looking around my local shops and they all are with fixed wheel

can anyone recommend a budget cutter that will cost no more then £130

thank you
Dan
 
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I have had Battipav Super pros for a long time. The bar format, like Sigmas doesn't suit everyone, but the fact that you can adjust all the bearings to keep the machine operation super smooth is a great feature. Large breaking force so thick tiles are no problem. I also like the large cutting wheel and the scoring angle. I'd pick one over a rubi.
 

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