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1-1/4 in. Ratcheting PVC Cutter

  • Up to 40% less force needed to cut pipe
  • Quick-change blade mechanism, replacement blade sku #1003002896
  • Backed by a Lifetime Warranty
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Product Overview

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.)
1.25
Maximum Pipe or Tube Diameter (in.)
1-1/4
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
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool
Type
Ratcheting

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime Guarantee

Questions & Answers

21Questions37Answers

I saw in spec the minimum pipe diameter is 0.5 inch. Can it cut 1/4 inch pipe from RO water filte...

Asked by Allen June 7, 2021
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Answers

Yes, if the pipe is plastic tubing it should work fine. We have an item specifically for PEX/Tubing, it is SKU 1000003915 which is perfect for cutting this type of tubing. We have a second option that is SKU 1005773499, This is a 4 Piece Cutting Set that includes 1 Husky 1-1/4" Ratcheting PVC Cutter + 1 Husky PEX/Tubing Cutter + and addition blade for each cutter + a carrying case all for under $25.00. Take a look at these items on homedepot.com if you think they might help you with your project. Hope this helps!!

Im looking for a tool its got it looks like a bike chain conected to a ratchet for cutting pipes ...

Asked by Dean May 23, 2021
2
Answers

It's called a Chain pipe cutter.

Do I need an additional blade to cut CPVC with this? Ate they sold with the tool or readily available at store?

Asked by DaveR February 25, 2021
5
Answers

No additional blade needed. Should cut cpvc just fine.

Can it cut PEX pipe?

Asked by HenryD December 28, 2020
5
Answers

yes it will but PEX pipe, very clean and effortlessly.

Will this cut 2” central vac pipe?

Asked by Tim September 30, 2020
6
Answers

Yes it will.

What is the origin and the HTS for this product?

Asked by TABBY September 10, 2020
2
Answers

This Husky tool originates in Asia. Hope this helps!!

I bought this a few weeks ago and used it maybe on 10-25 cuts so far. It now no longer cut a nic...

Asked by cawpa74 September 10, 2020
5
Answers

Hasn't been an issue for me. Works just fine.

Cutter locked in closed position. Yes I have used for years. How to release jammed cutter?

Asked by Al August 1, 2020
5
Answers

Use a hot air blower on the jammed area it may help.

What's the warranty

Asked by Robert July 19, 2020
1
Answer

The Husky 1-1/4” PVC cutter has a lifetime warranty on the tool itself. The blade does not have a lifetime warranty because the edge will eventually dull. The Home Depot does sell a quick change replaceable blade however so you can always insure a sharp safe cut. Hope this helps!!

How to replace the cutter blade

Asked by Dan July 2, 2020
3
Answers

First close the cutter all the way. Then pull back on the button at the back of the blade and it will release the blade. simply pull out, and snap in a new blade, They have a great video online at home depot . com. Hope this helps!!

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
    out of 1,625 reviews
  • 82% recommend this product
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No more saws or spinning a pipe cutter or crooked cuts.
No more saws or spinning a pipe cutter or crooked cuts.
by PPorro
Avoid. Too much play in the blade.
Wont cut 2” PVC straight. The cut starts straight but the blade isnt sharp enough to cut through the PVC. A lot of pressure is needed due to the short handles. Too much play in the blades components which causes flexing and curved cuts. Fixing the cut takes longer than if I would have just used my chop saw. Might be useful on small diameter pipes.
by HomeDepotCustomer
3 people found this helpful
Highly recommend for cutting new PVC pipe, but don’t try to use on older existing PVC. Needed to ...
Highly recommend for cutting new PVC pipe, but don’t try to use on older existing PVC. Needed to replace a leaking 1.5in PVC drain pipe valve on my pool. Prepped the new valve and coupling parts using the pipe cutter and it worked great. When I went to cut off the old valve, the older 1.5in PVC pipe cracked (kind of “shattered”) using the pipe cutter. (Pipe was about 20yrs old & exposed to sun.) Fortunately there was enough left to salvage the project by cutting what was left with a small tooth hack saw, but I learned my lesson. Long and short of it - pipe cutter works great on new PVC, but stay away from using on older PVC.
by HomeliteReview
6 people found this helpful
The husky 1 1/4" ratcheting pvc cutter is such a time saver, all you have to do is squeeze. That'...
The husky 1 1/4" ratcheting pvc cutter is such a time saver, all you have to do is squeeze. That's it. I used it to cut schedule 40, 1" pvc pipe for a sprinkler manifold. The tool is fairly compact. I needed to cut an old piece off the manifold, and I didn't have a way to get a saw in the tight space, but the Husky ratcheting pvc cutter did an awesome job. I wish I had bot this a while ago. I had a different pvc cutter where I had to spin and keep adding pressure to the blade to cut, which works but needed much more working room. The ratcheting handle is more efficient.
by Fixitdad
If you don't have one or two of these PVC cutters, get one. With almost effortless pressure using...
If you don't have one or two of these PVC cutters, get one. With almost effortless pressure using one hand to squeeze the handles you get a perfectly smooth cut.
by PaintersTape
I bought the tool and the replacement blade to cut 3/4" pvc pipe to extend and replace several sp...
I bought the tool and the replacement blade to cut 3/4" pvc pipe to extend and replace several sprinkler valves. omg, the tool worked great. Before this tool, the guy at Home Depot suggested I buy a small hacksaw, which I did. Yes, the hacksaw did the job, but the Ratcheting PVC Cutter was way faster and gave a clean cut. No need to sand the cut edge to get rid of the burrs (although it's a good idea to sand the top 1" of the outside of the pipe so it's a little roughed up for the glue to really grab on). The Racheting PVC Cutter is easy on the hands to use because it ratchets. You don't need a lot of brute strength to use this tool. My only one slightly negative comment is to hold the pipe as square as possible in the cutting tool when cutting - there's a tendency for the cut to veer a bit to to the right. The cut ends up not being completely 90-degrees, but it certainly was good enough for my purposes.
by DIYwarrior
3 people found this helpful
Had one at home that I have had for a while and worked great but dull. To my surprise the new one...
Had one at home that I have had for a while and worked great but dull. To my surprise the new one is redesigned and is it even better. It truly made this project a snap between cutting pvc and drip line with ease. Great product!
by AverageJoe
Aligning the tool with your markings is not exact for...
Aligning the tool with your markings is not exact for a novice like me, but overall I would say it was a great purchase. I built this backdrop using 1" PVC pipe and connectors.
by HomeDepotCustomer
2 people found this helpful
Easy to use. Be careful to line up and hold...
Easy to use. Be careful to line up and hold correctly to ensure an accurate cut. Works well and easy to use.
by Creep
2 people found this helpful
The Husky 2 inch ratcheting PVC cutter cuts various sizes of sch 40 PVC piping up to 2 inches as well as CPVC, PP, PEX, PE and rubber hose. The cutter is made of aluminum and feels sturdy and comfortable in my hand. The ratcheting mechanism is metal and is fairly thick and looks like it should be able to take a beating. The quick change blade is made of steel and is convenient and easy to use. Once you remove the old blade, replacing a new blade is easy, you push it in and it clicks into place. The cutter comes with a lifetime warranty. Occasionally I would need to cut larger pipe sizes such as the 2" piping commonly used with pool pump & filter piping. In the past for this size pipe I would go to my power miter saw to cut the pieces I needed to complete the job. If you have cut PVC in this manner you have to clean up all the small loose PVC pieces when you were through. However, there were times I needed to cut this size pipe that had been installed so using the power miter saw was not possible. I found this cutter to perform this task with minimal of force while making a clean cut.
by Larry
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