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  • I purchased this Husky inside PVC pipe cutter to cut some 4" diameter PVC pipe at floor level. I ...
  • August 21, 2018
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I purchased this Husky inside PVC pipe cutter to cut some 4" diameter PVC pipe at floor level. I recommend you practice on some scrap PVC pipe before actually trying to make your first cut. Using this cutter requires a super steady hand and takes a while to get used to using. I hooked it up to my hand drill and started running the drill at a slow speed and all that did was make the cutter jump around. My best cuts were done by running the drill at a high speed and not trying to force the cutter. I made several cuts into 4" PVC and its still very sharp. I recommend this cutter for cutting large diameter PVC pipe.

Pros good clean cuts when you have limited access.
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redboat

Houston, Tx
55 to 64, Male
3 out of 3 people found this helpful
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By: redboat
  • 5 Star Review
  • February 06, 2019

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73rod

2 out of 2 people found this helpful
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By: 73rod
  • The cutter is easy to use, but you need a...
  • October 16, 2018

The cutter is easy to use, but you need a drill with high rpm to work properly. Fortunately it fits on an impact drill and that works great.

EJB

2 out of 2 people found this helpful
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By: EJB
  • The cutting tool worked okay with standard 3/8 Drill , but...
  • March 31, 2020

The cutting tool worked okay with standard 3/8 Drill , but would work better with a higher speed tool like a die grinding tool. But it got the job done.

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  • Did not cut through that 3" pvc in 3 days...went with a sawsaw..taking it back
  • January 22, 2019

Did not cut through that 3" pvc in 3 days...went with a sawsaw..taking it back

kathy

55 to 64, Female
1 out of 1 people found this helpful
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By: kathy
  • not sharp ...
  • March 03, 2020

not sharp

HomeDepotCustomer

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  • GREAT TOOL, When you need to cut that glued in pvc pipe below the floor line. works great !!
  • April 08, 2020
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GREAT TOOL, When you need to cut that glued in pvc pipe below the floor line. works great !!

Vinnie

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By: Vinnie
  • If you have any projects that have PVC, retrofit or plumbing in the title, it may well be worth t...
  • August 28, 2018
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If you have any projects that have PVC, retrofit or plumbing in the title, it may well be worth the few bucks to buy one of these time-saving tools just to have in the tool box should the need ever arise. It works wonders in those hard to reach spots where a hacksaw or hand cutters just don't have enough room. Slap this tool in a drill and cut the pipe from the inside out. It is a solidly made tool and in my test runs it had no problems cutting through sch 40 pipe. My only issue was trying to make a perfect cut that was square but with just a little practice, I'm certain I will improve,

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Happy

Houston, TX
65 or over, Male
1 out of 1 people found this helpful
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By: Happy
  • Great idea when having to cut pipe in a tight...
  • June 18, 2019

Great idea when having to cut pipe in a tight place but it must not have been sharp as it didn't cut very well.

Russ

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By: Russ
  • Great tool for final trim-out of sinks, showers and tubs and any other PVC drain connection. Will...
  • August 22, 2018
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Great tool for final trim-out of sinks, showers and tubs and any other PVC drain connection. Will cut to a pipe depth of 2 to 3-inches. Cutter diameter allows for easy cuts through Schedule 40 (or less) PVC pipe. I found it best to cut entirely through the pipe at the starting point and then chase the cut around the pipe using the 1/2-inch diameter shaft held against the inside of the pipe as a guide. The end of the shaft has a standard 1/4-inch quick-connect hex configuration which can also be used with a chuck. The circular cutter blade is held in place with a screw which indicates that the cutter blade is replaceable but I have been unable to find blades on-line. Tool can be inserted into pipe as small as 1-1/4-inch. The tool leaves a feather edge on the inside and outside of the pipe which needs to be scraped off before making a final connection.

Pros works well in tight spaces, performs operations to would be impossible with, any other cutting tool Cons No Instructions, can not locate replacement cutter blades, leaves a feather edge on inside and outside of, pipe
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Greensyn

Pasadena, MD
65 or over, Male
1 out of 1 people found this helpful
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By: Greensyn