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Model #75000Q

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4-7/8 in. Suction Cup for Handling Large Tile and Glass

  • Convenient handle for easy grasp and release
  • Suction cup helps hold heavy tiles
  • Helps you maneuver tile, granite, glass, and marble
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Product Overview

The QEP 4-7/8 in. Suction Cup is designed to help maneuver non-porous, smooth tiles, marble, granite and glass during installation. The suction cup can hold help maneuver tiles up to 12 lb. Grasp-and-release handle for easy use.
  • For maneuvering non-porous, smooth tiles, marble, granite and glass during installation
  • Convenient grasp and release handle
  • Can help maneuver up to 12 lbs. tiles into place during the setting process
  • Easily clean thinset, mastic or mortar off with warm soap and water

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Width (in.)
4.875

Details

Color Family
Yellow
Flooring Tool Features
No Additional Features
Flooring Type
Tile
Material
Plastic
Product Weight (lb.)
0.725
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
To be free from manufacturing defects

Questions & Answers

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Does store in Fuquay Varina have this cup in stock.

Asked by Ronald July 27, 2020
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It should.

will these stick to a metal roof to help slide up and down during a repair?

Asked by marv February 19, 2020
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As long as it's a flat surface it wouldn't work on serrated tin.

would this unit help to reposition a glass shower door?

Asked by george December 1, 2018
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Yes, although I used 2 to install and position the panes I was replacing. Allowed me to reposition with new sealant in place. Just be patient and gentle.

Would these work for removig a mirror thats been glued to a wall?

Asked by Stephanie August 27, 2018
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It probably would but most likely crack the mirror in the attempt. If the glass is directly glued to the wall, you may try a solvent, but the solvent may remove the silver backing on the mirror, again, destroying the mirror. If the mirror is mounted in a wooden frame with a wood backing, solvent may then work. The last solution if it is a valuable mirror an antique or collectors item would be to cut the wallboard around the mirror and remove it that way, take it to a professional glass and mirror place and have them remove the wallboard.

Help with sticking to window

Asked by Erin August 7, 2018
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I don't think these were intended for long term placement. I clamped mine to a smooth surface and it remained there for only about two days. You might be better off with some type of adhesive backed bracket. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Command-Large-White-Utility-Hook-Value-Pack-6-Hooks-12-Strips-17003-6ES/206212338

Would this work to shift laminate flooring?

Asked by Lauri August 20, 2017
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No get a Roberts wood floor bar and hit with a hammer might need a 2nd person to stand in the area where the gap is.

would 2 of these hold on a 8ft wide window with 8ft-9ft pvc running through the handles.... drape...

Asked by dean January 9, 2017
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This is a MFG spec question. I would not recommend it for this purpose.

Would this work on vinyl fence panels?

Asked by Rc May 5, 2016
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Oh yes

Does this suction handle float?

Asked by Goldie November 21, 2015
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No - I do not think so. Too dense with no air cavity.

Can it be used to lift a glass dining room table top so I can clean under it?

Asked by llpelz September 9, 2015
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Yes.

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NEVER BEEN SO GLAD A PRODUCT WORKED AS PROMISED
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Lifted a 3' x 5' mirror off the out of the track and off wall with a pair of these, terrified the whole time it would slip, the whole time thinking about how I would dodge slivers of shattering glass. They worked like a champ, neither one slipping even a fraction of an inch. Afterwards, being silly, my daughter and I stuck them together and had a tug-of-war. We ultimately ended up pulling pretty much full strength (she's late-teen, so basically adult-sized) and they did not pull apart. Money very well spent.
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Used them to move huge pieces of glass they didn't budge in fact I had a hard time getting them o...
Used them to move huge pieces of glass they didn't budge in fact I had a hard time getting them off after I was done and was trying too.
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This worked great for me but I was not using it for tile..I need to find a means for employees to...
This worked great for me but I was not using it for tile..I need to find a means for employees to slide open an outside facing window for document and information exchanges without coming into our batch office. For the outside portion of the window I tightly wrapped the two handles together with electrical tape, mostly to prevent casual theft, and it has been rock solid. On the interior side of the window we wanted to install daily and remove at end of work shift, (hence no taping) but had some issues with it suddenly falling off the window giving us quite a start. So now we just roll the blinds down over the handles and it's working fine. Know this is not what designed for, and when using to move tile one would certainly have the handles clasped, but thought you may find another use interesting.
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I used this to grip the planks of my bamboo flooring which had opened up in a few places (ends). ...
I used this to grip the planks of my bamboo flooring which had opened up in a few places (ends). By using this tool, I was able to bump the planks back into place. This works great as long as your flooring has a relatively smooth surface and the planks are 5" wide or more.
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This 4-7/8 in. Suction Cup helped me to fix a dent on my car. I saw so many videos on YouTube the...
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This 4-7/8 in. Suction Cup helped me to fix a dent on my car. I saw so many videos on YouTube they were fixing dents on the bumpers and doors with these things and i wanted to give it a try. I was not so happy with the result but it provided good suction even on the bent door. The rubber is pretty rough if it was little softer it would provide excellent result.
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Junk. Rubber doesn't hold, releases when it wants. Ok for something not valuable and temporary. W...
Junk. Rubber doesn't hold, releases when it wants. Ok for something not valuable and temporary. Wouldn't use it or recommend to anyone.
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This product worked pretty good as is. It worked even better when a hole was drilled in the top ...
This product worked pretty good as is. It worked even better when a hole was drilled in the top to allow air to escape and enter on the back side of the seal. End even better when lithium grease was applied to the cam intersection of plastic to metal. I love the set I have now and you can't complain about the price. I would give it an Excellent rating if the modifications I did were done at the factory.
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I didn't get these for their intended purpose; I got them to get the glass cover off the screen of my 2009 iMac to facilitate disassembly for an upgrade. Well I'm typing this review on the newly upgraded machine (RAM from 2 GB to 8 GB, 320 GB hard drive replaced with 275 GB SSD, optical drive replaced with 1.5 TB hard drive) so obviously it worked like a charm. The only issues we had were unrelated to the suction cups; ironically we ended up back at Home Depot buying screwdrivers we needed to open other parts of the machine... :) We were satisfied with those, too, BTW. ;)
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Terrific tool
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I am using this Brutus Suction cup to lay ceramic tiles in the family room. It works perfectly. The cup holds until you release it. It is extremely helpful and can be used to pick up and carry other items like glass etc. . I will be using this tool for many years to come,
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Worked just like it needed to.
Worked just like it needed to.
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