Internet #304217581

Model # 16PL0101-1

Store SKU #1003002231

0820909997450

1-1/4 in. Ratcheting PVC Cutter

  • Cuts up to 1.25" PVC, CPVC, PP, PEX, and PE piping.
  • Quick-change blade mechanism, replacement blade sku# 1003002896
  • Up to 40% less force needed to cut, Husky Lifetime Warranty
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Product Overview

  • Cuts up to 1.25" PVC, CPVC, PP, PEX, and PE piping.
  • Quick-change blade mechanism, replacement blade sku# 1003002896
  • Up to 40% less force needed to cut, Husky Lifetime Warranty
Husky's 1-1/4 in. Quick Change Ratcheting Pipe Cutter tackles PVC, CPVC, PP, PEX and PE pipe up to 1-5/8 in. outer diameter (1-1/4 in. I.D.). The ratcheting action features a quick-change blade mechanism for faster work. The PVC Pipe Cutter is built to last and backed by the Husky lifetime warranty. Replaceable blade is available (SKU # 1003002896).

Product Overview

  • Cuts up to 1.25" PVC, CPVC, PP, PEX, and PE piping.
  • Quick-change blade mechanism, replacement blade sku# 1003002896
  • Up to 40% less force needed to cut, Husky Lifetime Warranty
Model #: 16PL0101-1
Sku #: 1003002231
Internet #: 304217581

Husky's 1-1/4 in. Quick Change Ratcheting Pipe Cutter tackles PVC, CPVC, PP, PEX and PE pipe up to 1-5/8 in. outer diameter (1-1/4 in. I.D.). The ratcheting action features a quick-change blade mechanism for faster work. The PVC Pipe Cutter is built to last and backed by the Husky lifetime warranty. Replaceable blade is available (SKU # 1003002896).

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Specifications

Dimensions

Compatible Pipe Size (in.)
1-1/4 in.
Maximum Pipe or Tube Diameter (in.)
1-1/4
Maximum pipe or tube diameter (in.)
1.25
Minimum pipe or tube diameter (in.)
0.5
Product Depth (in.)
1.18 in
Product Height (in.)
7 in
Product Width (in.)
5.5 in

Details

Compatible Pipe Material
PVC
Pipe Cutter Type
Ratcheting
Power Type
Manual
Product Weight (lb.)
0.53 lb
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool
Type
Ratcheting

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime Guarantee

Specifications

Dimensions

Compatible Pipe Size (in.)
1-1/4 in.
Maximum Pipe or Tube Diameter (in.)
1-1/4
Maximum pipe or tube diameter (in.)
1.25
Minimum pipe or tube diameter (in.)
0.5
Product Depth (in.)
1.18 in
Product Height (in.)
7 in
Product Width (in.)
5.5 in

Details

Compatible Pipe Material
PVC
Pipe Cutter Type
Ratcheting
Power Type
Manual
Product Weight (lb.)
0.53 lb
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool
Type
Ratcheting

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime Guarantee

Questions & Answers

Description says extra blades are included...how many?

Asked by: Smacky1
There are no extra blades included.
Answered by: Larry
Date published: 2020-02-27

can i cut 1-1/2 inch sch 40 pvc pipe?

Asked by: tfcheng
Yes
Answered by: Ronald
Date published: 2020-03-10

Can you cut 1" schedule 80 PVC pipe with this?

I'm working on a one time irrigation project with 1" schedule 80 PVC pipe. I know schedule 80 is thicker, so can I use this? I need to make relatively clean and square cuts before I use my chamfering / deburring tool (or whatever you call it) to smooth the edges out before cementing everything together.
Asked by: Ryan
I had difficulty cutting sched 40 - the thicker wall of sched 80, even at only 1" may be inpractical. Suggest you go to Home Depot near you and actually TRYcutting a piece of schedule 80.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2020-01-21

I tried to cut 1 1/2 pvc about 10 times. Didn’t get one straight cut. Am I doing something wrong?...

I tried to cut 1 1/2 pvc about 10 times. Didn’t get one straight cut. Am I doing something wrong? Seems pretty straight forward.
Asked by: TR
On these type of pvc cutters, it's best to mark a round line, if an exact straight level cut is absolutely necessary. Then you can start cutting and keep the blade positioned on the line.
Answered by: Fixer2
Date published: 2020-01-23
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