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Model # 50506SEN

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$14.99
  • Constructed from steel to ensure added strength
  • Features reversible blade and handle latch
  • Includes a lifetime warranty
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About This Product

The Klein Tools 3/4 in. PVC Cutters are ideal for cleanly cutting schedule 40 PVC piping. They are crafted with steel for strength and feature 4 in. handles and a reversible blade for a longer cutting life. The cutters work well for cutting schedule 40 PVC piping with diameters up to 3/4 in. and flexible piping with diameters up to 1-3/8 in.

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Product Information

Internet # 100662400

Model # 50506SEN

Store SKU # 946485

Store SO SKU #1000504075

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 8.5 in, W 1 in, D 1 in

Dimensions

Compatible Pipe Size (in.)

3/4 in.

Maximum Pipe or Tube Diameter (in.)

1-3/8

Minimum pipe or tube diameter (in.)

0

Product Depth (in.)

1 in

Product Height (in.)

8.5 in

Product Width (in.)

1 in

Details

Compatible Pipe Material

PVC

Pack Size

1

Pipe Cutter Type

Inside

Power Type

Manual

Product Weight (lb.)

1 lb

Returnable

90-Day

Tools Product Type

Hand Tool

Type

Stroke

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

Please refer to the attached warranty document in the Product Overview section above under Info & Guides.

Questions & Answers

16Questions
caret
Q:What is the thickness of this wheel (#88905)? The wheel I need to replace is 6mm (0.236 in) thick. This wheel says it is made in Spain. The tool I have was made in Spain about 30 years ago. I suspect Klein bought this tool line.
by|Jun 29, 2024
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A:  This replacement wheel is approximately 6.2 mm thick

by|Jul 1, 2024

    A:  I purchase this based on the answer from Klein Tools. It fits my old Greatneck TC-7 tubing cutter and cuts perfectly. So if you have one of the old TC-7 tools, this wheel will work with it.

    by|Jul 10, 2024
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    Q:How can I tell whether or not an item is in stock at the store?
    by|Mar 24, 2024
    1 Answer
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    A:  Please contact the Home Depot for inventory information

    by|Mar 26, 2024
      caret
      Q:Can this cut CSST?
      by|Nov 10, 2023
      1 Answer
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      A:  The 88904 Tubing Cutter is not designed for CSST

      by|Nov 10, 2023
        caret
        Q:Can this product cut through galvanized steel water pipes?
        by|Dec 3, 2022
        1 Answer
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        A:  No, it is designed for soft metals, copper, aluminum, etc.

        by|Feb 22, 2024
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          Customer Reviews

          4 out of 5

          • 4 out of 106 reviews
          • 83% recommend this product
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          The Klein Tools Brand, "Replacement Wheel for the 88904 Tube Cutter" will keep the Klein cutter, ...
          The Klein Tools Brand, "Replacement Wheel for the 88904 Tube Cutter" will keep the Klein cutter, cutting like new. It is an exact replacement part made by Klein for their high quality professional tools. The Klein tube cutter makes cutting wheel replacements easy with an easily removed and replaced ball detent pin to retain the cutting wheel solidly and securely in place.
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          The Klein Tools #88905 replacement tubing cutter wheel is strong and should hold up very well for...
          The Klein Tools #88905 replacement tubing cutter wheel is strong and should hold up very well for daily use on the job. I've had other cutter wheels that are too thin and fold over, but this wheel proved to be more durable and even on light steel tubing it didn't dull or fold. It was easy to change out the old wheel and this one installed perfectly in my cutter.
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          was a better fit than the last replacement part i used. Klein makes great tools and this small pa...
          was a better fit than the last replacement part i used. Klein makes great tools and this small part is a very needed item to make one of those tools perform. i like that the cost is reasonable to replace as needed. and what a difference in performance when compared to other ones i have used. using the correct original replacement parts does make a big difference in the tools that make us a living.
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          This replacement wheel fits perfectly on your 88904 tube cutter, an only takes a couple of minute...
          This replacement wheel fits perfectly on your 88904 tube cutter, an only takes a couple of minutes to remove and replace the wheel. In my case, I order the "Replacement Wheel for 88904 Tube Cutter" for an antique tube cutter that I have had for many years. My old tube cutter was slightly modified to accept this replacement wheel. The shoulders on the replacement wheel were a little wider than the those on the existing one, therefore I had to adjust the opening of the cutter to accept the new wheel. The wheel itself is kind of thin which makes me believe that it should be used for light duty only, avoid rushing the cut, it will extend the life of the wheel.
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          This Tubing Cutter by Klein is a high quality tool for professionals that need to make many PVC o...
          This Tubing Cutter by Klein is a high quality tool for professionals that need to make many PVC or Multilayer tubing cuts on the job. This tool is versatile to handle up to 1 inch PVC or multi-layer tubing or up to 3/4" schedule 40. The cutting blade is replaceable so this cutter tool will last a long time. The positive lock also keeps the cutter shut when not in use...a very nice safety feature. This tool holds the pipe well for clean, straight cuts. Also, It is compact to fit in your tool pouch of tool box.
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          I got this Klein PVC and Multi-Layer Tubing Cutter to work with the irrigation tubing in my green...
          I got this Klein PVC and Multi-Layer Tubing Cutter to work with the irrigation tubing in my greenhouse where I grow hydroponic vegetables. Some of the people-safe tubes that I work with are made from soft compounds and are just as difficult to cut cleanly as large-sized rigid tubing. The attached video shows me having a rather easy time cutting 3/16” blue UV resistant plastic air tubing; 3/16” clear plastic air tubing; ¼” rubberized black feeder tubing; ¼” white UV resistant poly feeder tubing; ½” vinyl supply line tubing; ½ black flexible poly supply tubing; ½” white UV resistant 2-ply poly tubing; and 5/8” 2-ply rubberized, well-aged garden hose. All of the cuts required little effort to make and resulted in clean, flat cuts that didn’t require reaming or sanding. The photos show me cutting ½” schedule 40 PVC grey condui with the Klein Tool. The photos don’t quite catch how easy the cut was to make but you can see how clean the cut was afterward. This Klein tool is rugged and made out of Magnesium which keeps it light. The replaceable blade is a big plus. The Klein Cutter has a serious locking mechanism. I can't speak for others, but I can say that this tool did every thing I asked it to do and did it well. I'm happy and expect to get some serious usage out of this Klein Tool.
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          In the past I’ve used a hack saw or grinder to cut PVC for home irrigation repairs. One time I u...
          In the past I’ve used a hack saw or grinder to cut PVC for home irrigation repairs. One time I used the garden loppers. Whatever works without a trip to the store! I tried this tool on ½” and ¾” Sch 40 PVC and the tool gives a nice smooth cut. Most people probably know this, but I learned to turn the pvc or cutter while cutting because I don’t have the muscle power to squeeze and cut straight through. The handle latch keeps it closed for safety and storage, and the blades are replaceable. Adequate tool to have in my bin of irrigation repair items.
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          This cutter is advertised to work with ¾” schedule 40 PVC and thin-walled multi-layer tubing like...
          This cutter is advertised to work with ¾” schedule 40 PVC and thin-walled multi-layer tubing like PEX or rubber hose. Unfortunately, I didn’t have any remnant PEX hanging around, but I did try to use it to cut ¾” soft plastic tubing, some ½” schedule 80 PVC and a sprinkler riser extension (see pictures). Yes, I know schedule 80 might be too dense, but it's all I had hanging around for PVC. It easily and very cleanly cut the soft plastic tubing and sprinkler riser – nice square cut, but I couldn’t even put a dent in the ½” PVC. Another reviewer states he successfully cut schedule 40 PVC, but it took a substantial effort to do that. My experience cutting the soft plastic tubing suggests this is probably best fitted to cutting low-density polyethylene sprinkler pipe, drip irrigation tubing, or “funny” pipe used for sprinkler heads, but not PVC. In most cases, making square clean cuts to soft irrigation pipe is not critical anyway because soft pipe is seldom mated to a receiving joint and glued (as rigid PVC pipe would be), instead they are clamped in place. Still, this tool, has some nice features. Except for the blade, the body is plastic and will not rust if exposed to the elements, and it has a nice thumb-actuated lever to lock the jaws closed. Although the blade can be readily replaced using an Allen key wrench, my guess is that the blade design is proprietary and may therefore, not be widely available. This tool provides a nice square clean cut for soft plastic hose and pipe, but I believe it is a bit costly for such a limited application. Ordinary PVC ratchet cutters costing much less effectively cut both rigid PVC, and softer sprinkler/irrigation pipe. I would not recommend this tool.
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          Although this product advertises that it can cut ¾ inch schedule 40 pvc pipe, I did not find it t...
          Although this product advertises that it can cut ¾ inch schedule 40 pvc pipe, I did not find it to work very well for that purpose and I would not recommend it for that. I used it to cut some ½” schedule 40 PVC, and while it did cut it, it took almost all my arm strength to make the cuts. In the description it says do not cut cold PVC. I am not really sure what they mean by that. My pipe was all room temperature and certainly not cold. If they are suggesting to heat up the pipe before cutting, then I guess I didn’t do that and have never had to do that with any other type of PVC cutter. A ratcheting type cutter is more appropriate for cutting PVC. I assume this cutter works much better with PEX and other types of flexible tubing as they are all a softer material.
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          Great tool, easy to use, and makes clean cuts.
          I purchased one of these last week for a (non-plumbing) PVC project I was working on using 3/4" and 1/2" schedule 40. I'd been using an "old fashioned" pipe cutter, as well as a hacksaw, and decided to check this out. It really is as easy as it seems. Measure, and squeeze. With practice I found that the best way is to place the bottom of the cutter on the floor and to use your body weight to SLOWLY cut through the PVC. This allows you some adjusting as, like with any scissor like tool, there is a tendency for the blade to twist. You also will want to hold the handles further back to get the best leverage. Be careful of your fingertips as you get to the end of the cut. I think you can figure out why, and it's something you won't do more than twice. :) It worked equally well with 3/4" and 1/2 ", but the 1/2" was easily done by hand, not needing the "floor leverage" I mentioned above. There was some slight compression on the 3/4" while cutting, but not bad, and using a sharp blade will prevent that. One other thing to note is that your results will be better if you SLOWLY squeeze the handles together. If you squeeze too hard, or too fast, you may actually fracture the PVC instead of cutting it, resulting in an uneven and possibly unuseable cut. I recommend it, and found that it really sped up my cuts.
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