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    Question Rubi ND 125

    I have been looking to buy a wet cutter with an enclosed water tray for a while, Would anyone recommend the Rubi ND 125 or discourage me from buying one? I am intended using it for tiling kitchens as the wet cutters with trays can be a bit of hassle and a bit unnecessary not to mention messy.
    Whats the verdict?
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    Here you go mate have a look at this...

    http://www.tilersforums.co.uk/tiling...tric-tile.html

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    Default Re: Rubi ND 125

    I use one for the smaller tiles, Bought a big garden tray to sit the 125 in if im using inside. Found it to be a good little cutter for the purpose



    The plasplugs mastertiler is another good one, So I hear
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    Default Re: Rubi ND 125

    Cheers Dave but i am looking for an enclosed wet cutter for a change. looking to cut down on the mess.
    I would rather spend my money on Rubi than plasplugs though. Open to suggestions though
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    Quote Originally Posted by culrossblue View Post
    Cheers Dave but i am looking for an enclosed wet cutter for a change.

    I know..thought it was worth a look for the price...

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    Default Re: Rubi ND 125

    I use a Briccolina for small stuff. great little cutter and makes very little mess. Only real drawback is sourcing wheels for it.

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