Tiling tool recommendations.

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Hi all I’m looking to purchase a tile cutter and a wet tile cutter. I’m not really into buying cheap tools and was looking at the rubi cutters and wondering if anyone had any recommendations…..for both std and wet.

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I couldn't really see they had a great offering on the wet front.....also see the tx series is recommended for porcelain. ...
 
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us use a sigma and rudi hand cutter as for wet just get a 42 grinder and good tile blade
 
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I'm now leaning toward Norton TT200EM & RUBI TX700.....any experience of these models?
 
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Yer iv used and tx 1200 there both there own tools as one is a wet cut and the other is a manual cutter just how mush tiling are you doing id buy the
tx 700 and a cheaper wet saw what tiles are you planning on laying have you looked at the sigma range then the mutz nutz
 
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Sorry, probably should have made my original post clearer.....I want to by a manual cutter and also a wet cutter for bi-directional cuts. I did look at the RUBI ND200 but seemed poor reviews and most preferred the Norton TT200. I will check out the sigma cutters.

Over the years I will do various tiling jobs, but would rather buy decent tools so I like to do my research first......as I mentioned the ND200 is nearly £400 and quite frankly has received shocking reviews with some saying it doesn't even cut straight.
 
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iid try to get a good bridge wet saw and a 4" grinder id say the makita with paddle trigger is best with a good diamond continues blade will be good plan
 
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