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Huge Sigma Tile Cutter. :)
 
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I would need arm transplants to cut tiles on that :)
 

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the strength is 35 kg
the 151 cm weighs 39 kg
 

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actually there are few long cuts in a flat 10/20 pcs? in sizes 120 / 150cm, I do not think it's worth buying it, unless you start to make full use of big formats, then you might want to consider, however, they should put helper included in the package :)
 
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Saw loads of "Serie XL" in ASDA'S last night all buying their tubs of ice-cream and tray bake family sized lasagnas.

Is it just me, or is our nation becoming increasingly fat and waddly??
 

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Saw loads of "Serie XL" in ASDA'S last night all buying their tubs of ice-cream and tray bake family sized lasagnas.

Is it just me, or is our nation becoming increasingly fat and waddly??
Im getting fatter and waddly, i put it down to having to much of a god dam good time this year with stag do,s, holidays and weddings, my belly hates having a good time :)
 

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I would like to ask a question: the tile cutter who use almost every day, how often to change it? years months days :)?
 
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how many years? :)
It depends on how much you care. If you do, just spare parts need to be changed sometimes.

And general advice: trust me, you will know when your cutter doesn't work well.
 

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usually sell after 4.3 years at 100 €, new costs 200 € and I always cutter new and latest model, of course sigma 60/66 cm :)
 

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want buy, but too large for van, put on the roof rack??? :)
 

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style skateboard ?
otherwise hooking the van and pull it ,ahaha
 

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after sending a sigmaitalia a rebuke emails for how it treats Italians tilers and purchased 1 BATTIPAV, today they sent 2 newsletter.
better than nothing.
 

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:eek::eek::eek::eek:

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I've had the same sigma cutter for 20 + years still going strong and dose the job.
Can't see the point in buying tools unless you really need them...
 

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I've had the same sigma cutter for 20 + years still going strong and dose the job.
Can't see the point in buying tools unless you really need them...
you are old andy.
you do not need to buy tools.
you have to sell tools. hahaha
if andy buy equipment. then finish andysday ;)
 

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dear @Andy Allen
I want tell one thing.
33% min. of my work. It is acquired by me, because I have the right equipment.
that other tilers. they do not have.
enough?
I know that I am exaggerating. but if I do not have enough new and the right equipment. I prefer to stay in bed in the morning. hahaha
I think I drugged.
sorry, but not being able to stop myself. the words. I have done so.
 
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That's a big cutter, if the tiles keep getting bigger then I might need to invest.
 
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I don't come across tiles that big ever, maybe the odd 900 plank tile which I just cut with the grinder or wet cutter, when needed. Most domestic jobs aren't gonna get tiles much bigger anytime soon
 

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today, sigma 100 gave the best.
porcelain 400x1200x20 mm thickness

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