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Husky Quick Release 1-1/8 in. Mini Tube Cutter


Quick Release 1-1/8 in. Mini Tube Cutter

$11.98 /each

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Use the Husky Quick Release 1/8 in. to 1-1/8 in. Mini Tube Cutter to make clean, square cuts on copper, brass, aluminum and thin-wall conduit (all sold separately). This tool features a convenient quick adjustment button to facilitate fast size adjustments to various sizes of tubing. Fine adjustments for cutting can also be made using the knob at the base of the tool after the quick adjustment action is performed. An Extra Blade is included and can be stored in the Knob.

  • Clean, square cuts are easily made on copper, brass, aluminum and thin-wall conduit
  • Quick-adjust feature provides the user with fast cutting speeds
  • Compact size allows easy use in tight places
  • Cuts 1/8 in. to 1-1/8 in. pipes
  • Heavy duty tubing cutter
  • Guaranteed forever

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Cutting 1'8" tube?

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July 15, 2016
This claims to be able to cut 1/8" dia tubing. Has anyone been able to do this?
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July 16, 2016
This will cut up to 1-1/8" tubing.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 31 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked great on 1/4 OD copper I read the negative reviews on the HDX brand cutter, and then saw all of the positive reviews on this cutter, so I choose this Husky model. I needed to cut the 1/4" OD copper pipe/tubing that feeds my refrigerator water line to get a clean end for the coupling to connect to the refrigerator line. The copper tubing was very soft, so I went nice and slow, doing lots of turns around the tubing and slowly tightening the cutter. It worked like a charm. April 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for tight places If you have ever had to cut a pipe in a tight place then you know the advantage of a mini tubing cutter. This is a very nice one and I've used many of them over the years. This seems to be a heavy duty tool and time will tell how it holds up but for the first few cuts I like it. I like the fact that the head slides up and down on the screw drive mechanism when you squeeze the release on it. This makes it easy to adjust in place to the size of the pipe. Open it up, put it around the pipe to be cut, and squeeze it down onto the pipe and start cutting. Much easier and quicker than your typical mini tubing cutter. It also comes with a spare cutter wheel stored in the handle. November 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice addition to tool box It works just like every other tube cutter except it has a quicker to set it up for the cut. The quick set is made easy with just a push of a button ans you can close the jaws right on your cutting line without having to crank the head to achieve that position. It even comes with a replacement blade located in the head which I may never have to use. Good little working tool. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice cutter! This handy cutter has some nice features. First, the quick release is very nice to have, allowing quick placement and removal from the pipe. Simply squeeze the red ‘button’ and the base together and the blade assembly can be moved freely along the threaded shaft. Next, there is a spare blade inside the tool, for that time when you are on the jobsite and the old blade won’t cut it anymore. The tool is easy to handle, Cutting copper pipe is a breeze, after about 2 turns the pipe comes apart with a nice clean cut. The range of pipe sizes is great too, ⅛” all the way up to 1-⅛” It has a forever warranty (which excludes the cutting blade of course). October 3, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by It eventually cuts the pipe The two biggest problem I had was the little red cap came off and disappeared. Then if it would get bumped it just fall off the pipe. August 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Got the job done Woulda been 5 stsrs if it came with a deburrer. Works very well though, big enough for leverage when turning around tubing too. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It may be mini, but it's definitely mighty This is an unbelievably tough little tool. I thought this was going to have a plastic casing, but it's all metal. Used it to pvc when installing a bathroom vanity, and it cut through like butter. I love that you can just slide to adjust the size instead of having to hand tighten it all the way down, and also really like the quick release (red slider button). It's so much easier than using a saw to cut your plumbing pipes, and leaves a clean edge everytime. Worth ever penny if you ask me! November 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sturdy product This feels like a sturdy little tubing cutter, that is designed like most of the metal tubing cutters on the market. To operate it, you tighten the cutting wheel firmly against the metal tubing, spin it around the tube a few times, tighten some more and repeat until it has cut through the metal. The construction feels very strong and it fits comfortably in my hand. The stand out feature I see is that you can slide the cutting wheel down onto the tubing without having to tighten the threaded rod. And once you have completed cutting the tubing you can use the quick release to open the cutter and remove the tube. It's a nifty design and should provide many years of service. It cuts through copper tubing with little to no burring and if you cut slow enough it shouldn't deform the pipe too much. In the two included sample cut pictures I was more aggressive with tightening the cutting wheel. The manufacturer thought to include and extra cutting disk and if you're wondering where it is, it's located underneath the red cap on the tightening knob. November 24, 2015
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