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Hi everyone. I'm looking to buy a manual tile cutter for occasional tiling jobs that i need to do at work. Mainly ceramic tiles, nothing too posh really. Thinking about Sigma brand to give it a try, but something up to £200. What's my best option. Appreciate your comments. Cheers
 
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Sigma 2G or 3L, i've looked at online websites.
 

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