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Hi all
I was wondering if anyone could get me any advice on which tile cutter to go for please 🤞
I have been pondering for a while to buy myself a large tile cutter as the tiles keeps getting larger by the year
I am torn between the Rubi slim system with a breaker or maybe a Razor 63” or any other suggestions you may offer
I am swaying towards the Rubi as it’s easier to carry/assemble/dissemble and less space as it all comes apart and also if I do need to go any bigger I can just add another slip
Any advice on this would be much appreciated
Kind regards
 
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Iv used the rubi and the sigma and the rubi was the better system, easier and smoother to use, dont know anything about the razor though.
 
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I also have sigma and many rubi machines. The sigma is an amazing machine and the wheels last an age. However with the max breaking handle you can't see the wheel easy and this makes it hard to line up. That's where the Rubi is better purely for it's accuracy. I've only had TX models as they'll even do 15mm limestone. Use far more wheels though. Parts are more readily available for these two brands also.
 

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