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  1. Sigma Technica Tile Cutters - 2A3
    As low as $349.00
    Multiple Options
  2. Ishii Tile Cutter - Big Clinker
    Rating:
    95%
    As low as $145.00
    Multiple Options
  3. Rubi FAST Tile Cutter
    As low as $165.00
    Multiple Options
  4. Rubi TEN-BRIC Tile Cutter
    $11.34
  5. Rubi TZ Tile Cutter With Bag
    As low as $740.00
    Multiple Options
  6. Rubi TR-Magnet Series Tile Cutters w/ Case
    Rating:
    100%
    As low as $361.00
    Multiple Options
  7. Rubi TS-Max Series Tile Cutters w/ Case
    Rating:
    100%
    As low as $299.00
    Multiple Options
  8. Rubi Speed-N Tile Cutters - 62N, 72N, 92N
    As low as $245.00
    Multiple Options
  9. Sigma 7F 14" Tile Cutter
    $163.00
  10. Rubi TP-S Series Tile Cutters
    Rating:
    100%
    As low as $319.00
    Multiple Options
  11. Rubi TP-T Series Tile Cutters
    Rating:
    100%
    As low as $270.00
    Multiple Options
  12. Ishii Tile Cutters Red Turbo Jet
    Rating:
    80%
    As low as $349.95
    Multiple Options
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Tile cutters are light, affordable and portable tools for cutting ceramic and porcelain tile. To use a tile cutter, you simply line up the the mark on the tile you wish to cut with the scoring wheel, and roll the scoring wheel across the tile (always score across the top/shiny side of the tile). You will be able to hear a distinct, and quite grating, sound if you are pressing hard enough. Larger tiles may require you to use your hands to break the tile, otherwise you use the tile cutter handle to press the arms on the tile and it should break quite easily. When cutting a relatively small number of tiles, a cutter is much easier to carry and setup than a tile saw.