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bought this badboy for a job I was doing, don’t like it. It’s still in original packaging and the cutter has been used twice to cut a few tiles.

Pick up from Brentford only due to the size and weight. Currently stored in my flat in the box and getting grief from the Mrs so please buy ASAP :D

I paid £520 for it, will let it got for £450.

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Is it in good working order?

Can you post a video of it cutting a 1200mm tile straight?

Just kidding! :D:p
 

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If anyone wants a slightly cheaper deal :D
I’ll sell my 3M for £350 and I’ll have the 4M off Jay.
Mine is in excellent condition.
I’m not too far from Jay, just off A3.
 

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I anybody wants a slightly cheaper than marc I got a really knackered one and i will by Marc's :mask:.




Kidding
 

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If someone approaches you Jerry, why not.
Everyone’s a winner then. :)
It's actually not knackered
But I am interested in one of those ones Geoff has got that cleaner and shinier the longer you have it .
 
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Extra support legs and a second sprung bed after a quick Google. If you would post id be tempted for it
 

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Well, I'm interested but I get a nose bleed if I leave Yorkshire so if your interested in sending it, pm me :)
 

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I would take it but not down to see Brentford until they play Villa 13th Feb.
 
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I’d be tempted but I’ve got to stop myself from buying tools. Good luck with the sale. I’m sure it’ll fly out the door.
 

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I would say anybody that is local to this
That doesn't have a 1200 cutter should give this some serious thought as it is going to be standard requirement soon.
 

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I’d be tempted but I’ve got to stop myself from buying tools. Good luck with the sale. I’m sure it’ll fly out the door.
I’m in exactly the same position mate. My accounts can’t tske a hit with more tools at present.
Its seriously tempting to have it in place of the 900 which weve both just got and offload that.
 
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Waluigi

I’d be keeping the 900. My local tile shop sells a lot of these damn 800 porcelain tiles and I’ve got some work booked in already installing them. I have to consider landing space if I’m doing a main bathroom.

The 1200 would just be a luxury item for me so I’m not going for it as I don’t get enough that size. Another small porcel-thin job booked for the new year and I find my flash line deals with the thin tiles of that size very well. That said, it’s the only rail I’ve used so not much to compare to. I won’t go any larger than 1200mm tiles. That’s my limit.
 

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I’d be keeping the 900. My local tile shop sells a lot of these damn 800 porcelain tiles and I’ve got some work booked in already installing them. I have to consider landing space if I’m doing a main bathroom.

The 1200 would just be a luxury item for me so I’m not going for it as I don’t get enough that size. Another small porcel-thin job booked for the new year and I find my flash line deals with the thin tiles of that size very well. That said, it’s the only rail I’ve used so not much to compare to. I won’t go any larger than 1200mm tiles. That’s my limit.
I remember saying that at 45ox45o
 
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Waluigi

Yes but over 1200mm there’s a huge leap in the equipment you need and it’s something I’m not prepared to invest in. Tiling is just one trade of many that I get involved with so at some point you have to draw the line. If I was a full time Tiler then I’d jump straight in.
 

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Yes but over 1200mm there’s a huge leap in the equipment you need and it’s something I’m not prepared to invest in. Tiling is just one trade of many that I get involved with so at some point you have to draw the line. If I was a full time Tiler then I’d jump straight in.
I would not be so sure, this year I have already done 4/5 jobs over 120cm.
excluding work in thin porcelain..:(
 

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I’d be keeping the 900. My local tile shop sells a lot of these damn 800 porcelain tiles and I’ve got some work booked in already installing them. I have to consider landing space if I’m doing a main bathroom.

The 1200 would just be a luxury item for me so I’m not going for it as I don’t get enough that size. Another small porcel-thin job booked for the new year and I find my flash line deals with the thin tiles of that size very well. That said, it’s the only rail I’ve used so not much to compare to. I won’t go any larger than 1200mm tiles. That’s my limit.
Completely agree about space required, but as I try to be installing kitchens space isn’t as cramped. Bathroom are my second choice
 
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I would not be so sure, this year I have already done 4/5 jobs over 120cm.
excluding work in thin porcelain..:(
You’re a Tiler though so will get all different things thrown at you to install.

I design the complete Bathroom as a package. Domestic work. Average wealth customers. A 900mm tile will seem huge to most customers.
 

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You’re a Tiler though so will get all different things thrown at you to install.

I design the complete Bathroom as a package. Domestic work. Average wealth customers. A 900mm tile will seem huge to most customers.
I do not understand anymore who I'm talking to ...
tilers? plumbers? carpenters? bricklayers? electricians ?, retired;)
What is the name of this forum?
aahhah :)
I begin to no longer understand, all these multitraders ..... :)
 
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Tiling is the single biggest part of my job so I’m on a tiling forum :) I also registered on the Plumbing forum but have only made probably 3 posts. On this forum I have posted over 1500 which should tell you which trade I am most involved with :)
 

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