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    Saw this in one of our wholesalers this morning, my boss in pic is 5ft 11". Hope there's never a need for the cutter in our firm... You'd need Arnold Black&decker to hump it about
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    Tilers all over the world always look the same !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Ramic View Post
    Tilers all over the world always look the same !
    yeah but no but, he's a Brummie not a local! Aston, and don't he go on about the Villa.....

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    That (cutter!) is a thing of beauty

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    You could get one of these:
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    I thought that was one of those things you lie down on and go super fast downhill (can't for the life of me remember their names!) on. That's huge!

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    If you mean one of those things that looks like a tea tray, I can't remember either

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    Default Re: Monster

    Skeleton bob

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    Luge?...

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    I s'pose you could use a cutter that big if you ever have to tile a motorway!!!
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    Default Re: Monster

    how much would that cost by the way up the villa

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    Quote Originally Posted by flaggy View Post
    how much would that cost by the way up the villa
    Didn't get the price all the blokes in the shop were busy, I wanted to know myself, must be around 10000 kroner which is roughly 1000 pounds especially if the trolley it's on comes with it. Can't see a use for it, starting to wonder if it's just an over the top gimmick display model to promote the brand!

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