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Handheld Tile Cutter with Tungsten Carbide Scoring Wheel for Ceramic Wall Tile upto 1/4 in. Thick

  • Convenient alternative to large tile cutters or saws
  • Use a straight edge when scoring tile to ensure a perfect line
  • Scoring wheel is easy to replace
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Product Overview

The QEP 32024 Handheld Ceramic Tile Cutter is the perfect tool for manually cutting small ceramic wall tiles up to 6 in. x 6 in. and 1/4 in. thick. Quickly score and snap small tiles without using large tile cutters or saws. This tool includes one 1/2 in. tungsten carbide scoring wheel for durable and accurate tile scoring. To guarantee a perfect cut, run the scoring wheel up against a straight edge.
  • Recommended for manually scoring and cutting ceramic wall tiles up to 6 in. x 6 in. and 1/4 in. thick
  • Heavy-duty, rustproof, chrome plated steel for durability
  • Designed with a 1/2 in. tungsten carbide scoring wheel for accurate scoring
  • Cuts small ceramic wall tiles without setting up tile saws or cutters
  • Co-molded plastic handle with non-slip, rubber grip for comfortable repeat use

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Length (in.)
8.25 in
Product Width (in.)
1.5 in

Details

Blade Material
Carbide
Color Family
Blue
Cuts Through
Ceramic
Flooring Product Type
Tile Tool
Flooring Tool Features
Handle grip
Material
Carbide
Maximum tile cut size diagonal (in.)
6
Maximum tile cut size rip (in.)
6
Product Weight (lb.)
0.53 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Tile Tool Type
Manual Tile Cutters
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
No Warranty

Questions & Answers

17Questions25Answers

Can it cut round shape? Cirlce

Asked by Shep March 30, 2020
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I guess you could sip off corners until you achieved a somewhat round shape. I did not try that. I used it to snap subway mosaics to a shorter size with a straight edge. I could not always get the cut I wanted. Sometimes the tiles snapped straight and sometimes at an angle. It would take a lot of skill to do what you want. I can't imagine a better tool to try to do the task, though.

Would this be the appropriate tool for making precise cuts to 1 inch mother of pearl mosaic tiles?

Asked by Resourcefulgirl October 25, 2019
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I would not feel comfortable trying it at all

Will it cut 3/8 porcelain tile?

Asked by Aaron April 15, 2019
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Thank you for your inquiry. No, The QEP 32024 Hand-Held Ceramic Tile Cutter is the perfect tool for manually cutting small ceramic wall tiles up to 6 in. x 6 in and up to 1/4 inch thick.

I bought the sliding tile cutter (not a wet saw). Would it be helpful to have these nippers also...

Asked by DIYperson January 23, 2019
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Yes, very good to cut glass tile

Would this tool be effective cutting formica sheet to desireded size for DIY countertop. If so would u recommend me purchasing the nippers as well

Asked by Nicole March 15, 2018
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Thank you for your inquiry. The QEP 32024 Hand-Held Ceramic Tile Cutter Manually scores and cuts ceramic wall tiles. This may not work well to cut Formica.

does HD carry replacement scoring wheel?

Asked by GW December 18, 2017
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Thank you for your inquiry Yes you can order the replacement Cutting Wheel from your local home depot or homdepot.com the model number is 10010HD thank you

Can it cut glass tile 3 by 6 inch

Asked by Mario November 30, 2017
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If you have to cut just a couple it may work. My experience shows otherwise.

Can it be used to cut a ceramic light switch plate?

Asked by Ray February 14, 2017
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Yes

Is this also used to cut glass

Asked by Beginner December 27, 2016
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Hi Our QEP 32024 Hand-Held Ceramic Tile Cutter is the perfect tool for manually cutting small ceramic wall tiles up to 6 in. x 6 in and 1/4 inch thick only thank you

Could this tool be used to cut 12x12 slate tiles?

Asked by Diyhome August 22, 2016
3
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No

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Customer Reviews

  • 2.9
    out of 186 reviews
  • 38% recommend this product
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Perfect for subway tile
For the price, I thought I'd give this a go and it is a great little tool. Admittedly I have only used it for 3x6 subway tile but it worked perfectly. Also handy because you can have it in your pocket and not have to go back to a larger cutter every time.
by Jezzz
USELESS
Used this on thin porcelain tile. Maybe USED is too strong a word as it was USEless. The scoring tool no matter how many times we went over and over it did not score enough for a clean break. I ruined numerous tiles, and have the blisters and bruised hands to show for it.
by Kelly
Response from The ManufacturerOct 2, 2019
Thank you for letting us know about your experience with this tool. We will look at the tool and make any improvements to the design that ensures better performance and customer satisfaction.- Customer Care QEP
slave labor junk
already had a nice rust spot. save your hard-earned money and buy something u.s. made by someone who makes an honest day's pay
by nunya
1 person found this helpful
you get what you pay for i guess!!!
Broke on the 2nd tile to be cut the black hard plastic on top and handles are loose and Wobble #dontbuy
by anthony
7 people found this helpful
Easy Glass Cutter
I use this tool for glass cutting. I am a novice, so I like the fact that this tool makes it extremely easy to break the glass along the score line without having to use my hands or tap it with a conventional glass cutter handle. I ground the "anvil" down to get a sharper point. (Please see photo.) - ALWAYS WEAR SAFETY GLASSES WHEN CUTTING GLASS!
by Clyde55
5 people found this helpful
Don't trust reviews! This worked better than anything else!
So after reading all the reviews about this tool breaking, I went and purchased a tile nipper for $20, a glass nipper (the one with two rollers) for $13, and a stone sanding block for $8. I began my project of installing glass mosaic tile. Both tools made the glass chip so bad, I had to buff them out and still wasn't perfect. It was time consuming and made a mess. Halfway through, I decided to go back to home depot and get this tool. OMG it's amazing!!!! As long as you score each piece in a straight line with pressure, you'll get near perfect cuts. The tool is cheap so if you're worried about it breaking (which it did not for me), buy two. Here is a photo of what took me literally 1 minute to cut 6 pieces. A MUST FOR MOSAIC GLASS TILES.
by Nikki
25 people found this helpful
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Easy to use at a good price for the DIY’er...
Easy to use at a good price for the DIY’er
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