0010306109000

QEP

Model 10900Q

Internet #203086875

Store SO SKU #1000394498

35 in. Rip and 24 in. Diagonal, Porcelain and Ceramic Tile Cutter

$95.15 /each

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The QEP model 10900Q Manual Tile Cutter is designed for both ceramic and porcelain tile. The simple score and snap process is a quick way to rip and diagonally cut tiles. The dual, chrome-plated rugged steel rails and linear ball bearing slides are designed to for smooth scoring on large tiles. The wide aluminum alloy base, heavy duty rubber pads and cutting table extensions provide extra stability for larger, heavier tiles. The high leverage bicycle grip handle makes cutting easier. Includes a 7/8 inch titanium-coated tungsten-carbide scoring wheel. This quality tile cutter is perfect for professional installers at a price value that is also perfect for Do-It-Yourselfers.

  • Rip cuts porcelain and ceramic tile up to 35 in. and 24 in. diagonally
  • 7/8 in. titanium-coated tungsten-carbide cutting wheel for smooth and durable scoring
  • Wide aluminum alloy base with side extensions provide stability for cutting large and heavy tiles
  • Straight edge adjustable measurement guide aligns tile for accurate cutting
  • High leverage bicycle grip handle makes cutting easier
  • Easily cleaned with compressed air or soap and water if needed
  • Dual chrome-plated rugged steel rails provide strength needed for handling large tiles
  • Linear ball bearing slides for smooth scoring
  • Uses QEP model 21119 replacement scoring wheel

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35 in. Rip and 24 in. Diagonal, Porcelain and Ceramic Tile Cutter
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I have about 2 feet of small glass tile to cut. Will this do it, or should I use a glass cutter?

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chris craiker
Napa, California
May 20, 2012
Bathroom backsplash so I don't want chips, however the grout might hid small flaws.
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August 21, 2013
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I don't k now about glass. I used it on 1 ft by 2 ft ceramic tiles and it did a great job. Like any tile cutter, it didn't give me an absolute clean cut, but I used a belt sander to smooth out the cut edge.
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July 12, 2013
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A water saw may be better but no matter what you use you still may get chips depending on the glass tile
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May 21, 2012
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Manual tile cutters generally only work on glazed ceramic or porcelain tile and do not work on glass or stone tile. For best results, glass tile can be cut using a glass cutting diamond blade on a wet tile saw. I have attached a suggested wet tile saw as well as glass cutting diamond blade for your glass tile cutting project. I hope this helps, please don't hesitate to contact us should you have Read More
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Manual tile cutters generally only work on glazed ceramic or porcelain tile and do not work on glass or stone tile. For best results, glass tile can be cut using a glass cutting diamond blade on a wet tile saw. I have attached a suggested wet tile saw as well as glass cutting diamond blade for your glass tile cutting project. I hope this helps, please don't hesitate to contact us should you have any further questions. Thank you for choosing QEP! Read Less
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Do you have a 240 volts or it's 110volts only

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February 8, 2016
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This is a manually operated tool. It does not use electricity.
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January 26, 2016
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Thank you for your inquiry.
Our Tile Cutter is a manual tool and does not run on electricity.
If you have any further questions please call our Customer Service (866) 435-8665.
Thank you for your interest in our product.
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When cutting 6" X 24" ceramic tile at a 45 degree angle would I be able to do this on the 10630, 10600, or the 10900?

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October 6, 2014
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Dear Valued HomeDepot Customer,
We reached out to the MFG for more information and below is their response.
"Thank you for your inquiry. We would recommend our 10900Q Manual Tile Cutter for cutting 35” tile. This cutter will rip cut up to 35 inches and diagonal cut up to 25 inches. If you have any further questions please call our Customer Service (866) 435-8665. Thank you for your interest in our Read More
Dear Valued HomeDepot Customer,
We reached out to the MFG for more information and below is their response.
"Thank you for your inquiry. We would recommend our 10900Q Manual Tile Cutter for cutting 35” tile. This cutter will rip cut up to 35 inches and diagonal cut up to 25 inches. If you have any further questions please call our Customer Service (866) 435-8665. Thank you for your interest in our product." Read Less
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will this cut 24" X 6" 11mm thick porcelain tile (PEI rating =4) easily?

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Thank you for your inquiry.
Our smaller version of the 10900 cutter would be a better choice, The 10630 or our 10600 would be better for the type of tile that you have.
If you have any questions please call our Customer Service (866) 435-8665.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Worth every penny and some! the cutter came early and the box was very beat up. thank goodness it was all intact and no damage.I used the cutter to install 1300 square feet of 20 inch porcelain tile...to get started with the machine,the blade did not hit along the center as typical of Qep machines (ive had 3 0r 4) but off to the right near foam cushion but once we figured that out it was great. My cousin even purchased one for himself after he used mine. this machine is huge and you can't imagine how big until you see it in person. Of all the machines that I have owned this one has all the best parts from the bigger ones but cost half the money. June 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excelent Big tile cutter This tile cutter makes clean and nice small 1.5" cuts in big ceramic porcelanto 32"x32" tiles July 14, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Did not work on porcelain tile Works fine on ceramic but will not long runs (5" or more) of porcelain tile with out running off cut line. April 27, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not good for Porcelain This thing is so big the bars flex and will not put enough pressure to crack a tile. Porcelain tile is so hard it will not crack well. June 1, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent bang for the buck. I tiled a big bathroom with 1 ft x 2 ft tiles and this tool saved me a lot of time and headaches. It's huge! You only realize how big it is and how big of a tile can cut when you take it out of the box. August 21, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Somewhat works.... Bought this tile cutter to cut my 13 inch porcelain tile on the diagonal. Due to the highly irregular surface of my tile, this cutter couldn't effective score the tile. I ended up wasting too many tiles. Ended up getting a wet saw instead. This cutter should only be used on smooth surfaced tile. May 15, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worth Every Penny My first time doing tile I used a wet saw for everything. It was 400+ square feet with lots of straight cuts and quite a few notched cuts too. It was borrowed from a friend and it worked well. Precise cuts and clean edges. But it was very time consuming and dirty. After using this score and snap cutter, I feel like I was in the stone age with the wet saw. This tool saved me hours of cutting and it was really easy to use. It was about 350 square feet of tile. I used the wood look 6" x 24" porcelain from Home Depot. Even long ways the score and snap worked well. It took some getting used to, but after a few breaks it is easy. I wouldn't expect a good clean break under about 1.5 inches if you are breaking 24" tile. I was able to get down to about a 1/2" break in the 6" direction though. Between this and a diamond tile blade on my angle grinder, I was able to do the whole job without opening the wet saw I bought just in case. Any cuts around corners or the toilet were easily done with the angle grinder. It didn't give the nice finish a wet saw would, but those edges are covered up. Another benefit of the snapper is you can use it with almost no mess right where you are doing the job. All said and done, I wouldn't do another tile job without this tool, and the QEP 35" did the job nicely and was a great value. There may be reasons for buying a more expensive one if you use it professionally, but for the DIYer I can't think of anything it lacked or any reason to pay more for a different brand. A couple tips: Read the directions if you haven't used a snapper before. I grabbed some extra tile and just started to try it out and it wasn't breaking as easily as it should. I didn't realize you are supposed to snap the tile from the end, not the middle of the tile. Buy an extra blade. I bought an extra blade just in case and didn't need it. But you wouldn't want to be in the middle of laying tile and break a blade without a back up. March 20, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Was delivered promptly and in good condition I only used the tile cutter on 32 inch wood plank like tiles and it worked fine. Good product July 12, 2013
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