35501 Kristal Giga-Cut 750mm 29" Tile Cutter

SKU: 35501
Manufacturer: Kristal
MPN: 35501





Kristal Giga-Cut 750 mm 29" Tile Cutter

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The fastest way to cut ceramic tile is by using a hand tile cutter.


  • 750 mm (~29") rip cut, 530 mm (~20") diagonal cuts, weighs 39.5 lbs
  • Cuts hard porcelain, floor tile, mosaics and other material
  • Metric measure guide
  • Ball bearings allow the head to move smoothly and precisely on the steel guide bar
  • Double breaking system allows users to snap in the middle or end of the tile
  • Single steel guide bar of 15mm thickness will not flex when breaking porcelain tile in the center of the material
  • Spring loaded steel plates for better shock absorption and allow user a clean break
  • Specially designed ruler can swivel and lock for repetitive cuts at any angle
  • L cuts and electrical outlets cut-outs can only be achieved with a wet saw
  • All components are electro-statically powder painted
  • Ball bearing Tungsten Carbide cutting wheel is in 22 mm diameter

Questions & Answers (4)

11/23/2016 3:15:41 pm

Does it cut 36 inch tile

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This tile cutter has a max rip cut of 29".

10/30/2018 9:07:49 am

Can I cut glass tile with this cutter? Will it require a different wheel and a mat?

Yes this cutter can cut glass tile as it comes a carbide scoring wheel. 

Does this tile cutter come with a case?

No, the Kristal Giga-Cut 750 mm Tile Cutter does not come with a case.

Does this come with a replacement scoring wheel?

No, the Kristal Giga-Cut 750 mm Tile Cutter does not come with a replacement scoring wheel. Click here for Kristal Giga-Cut 22mm Scoring Wheels!

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Best cutter ever

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I've owned several high dollar cutters in the past. This one is the best by far. Cuts like butter. Was able to cut a porcelain tile 28" long 3/8" wide with no problem. Only issue I had which can easily be over looked is the scale is only in metric. Not so easy to find a metric tape here in Louisiana. Does require a good bit of room to use but I knew it would cause of the length of cut I wanted