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Hi guys,

I know there are plenty of threads on Sigma tile cutters, but I can’t work out which one would be best for me... so just after some advice.

In the past I’ve used a Rubi TS50, and more recently a big clinker 2 (don’t laugh). But that’s now had it, so am gonna spend more for a cutter that will hopefully last, and has replacement parts easily available.

Most of my work is ceramic and porcelain, and tile size from metro to 600mm. Also I only want a push as I’ve tried the pull and couldn’t get used to it.

Can anyone suggest a Sigma that would be suitable for the above? And also any suppliers who may offer good deals?

Cheers,
Mike.
 
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If you want a sigma and only want to put to push just get the max handle upgrade. Cuts absolutely anything and still works on very small tiles and tiny cuts. Wheel lasts forever. Down side, doesn't come with a box. Pro Tiler sell them.
 

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