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    Getting my 1st tile cutter. Can anyone suggest which one to go for?

    I was thinking about a Husqvarna TC 670 or a Rubi ts 50 plus

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    If you are going for a Rubi, have a look at the new 'Ti' range. It's based around the Montolit and Sigma ranges.

    I always used Sigma cutters, but I must admit, there are a few nice touches about the new Rubi TI's that make it, imo, that wee bit better than the Sigma.

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    Monty for me....

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    Get a rubi tx 900 then you have a cutter that will do everything..lol but make sure you have a lwb van

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    Quote Originally Posted by enduro View Post
    Get a rubi tx 900 then you have a cutter that will do everything..lol but make sure you have a lwb van
    It will also save you £30odd per month on gym membership, if you used it everyday.


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    get the ti m8, ive had the husky tc670 and ts 50 plus , got the ti 75 now ,awesome bit of kit.

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    as the trend seems to be going for large format tiles
    i would go for the rubi TS 60 tride and tested
    and the lovely green /red carry case is free

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    i must be such a cheap skate , got a genisis cutter with rubi blades and happy with it although haven t tried others ,looked at rubi but big one was dear and didn t like the breaker being in my in of site

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    go for a sigma , monty or the rubi ti cutter, dont go for the rubi ts range as they are very limited, ie you want a cutter with a moveable breaker.. i have owned or used all these cutters plus the rubi tx range but not the Ti and the best are the monty and the sigma... p.s read daves review on the rubi ti .

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