Tile cutter blade for Ceramic tiles

24 Apr 2008
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UK, Wittering, West Sussex
United Kingdom
I posted about tiling some external porcelain floor tiles

I purchased a diamond tile blade for my dewalt 125mm grinder
Erbauer Masonry/Tile Diamond Cutting Blade 125 x 22.23mm (3434V)

Very disappointed, as it chipped the edge - didn't matter on this occasion as all cut edges are hidden, and after just about 8 cuts of 330mm tiles - blade didn't feel as sharp

I'm about to tile a small toilet around 6m2 and this time the Cuts will matter

what would you suggest i use

I understand Rubi are good

115mm can be used in the 125mm dewalt

some think like
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I tend to just use https://www.atsdiamondtools.co.uk/ for most of my blades, holesaws etc. Their Turbo X diamond porcelain blade is excellent. I haven't found anything it won't cut yet. Some tiles are more susceptible to chipping than others though.
thanks for the info, looked at the website, was not sure which product was best from the link, look liked polishing discs, sent them an enquiry
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just had a chat with ATS , now we have finally ordered the tiles
Metro 100mm x 300mm x 10mm with a bevel on them.
ATS think I would be much better off with a wet cutter , and mentioned just a screwfix or toolstation should be OK with one of their blades.
But looking lots of different options and prices and all poor reviews , so any suggestions
I guess worse case I would have to cut 40 tiles
Just a small rectangular room
doing 2 walls 10 tile high by 7 tiles long , then one tile around the back of the wall 1 meter above the vanity unit, so they may need to be cut and angled/mitered i guess

dont have much else to tile, maybe a splashback on the utility when i get around to that.

They start from about £34
look forward to the comments
I have been looking at quite a few reviews and most have poor performance
But I have looked at the ToppsTiles and they seem a good price - I'm sure they are other makes - like
But the topps tiles seem to have 180mm blades , which I think would give me more choice from ATS or other suppliers
they do. 450W (£43.89) and 650W (£91.79)

Anyone have thoughts, or know what make they actually are
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