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Unread 05-28-2017, 08:17 AM   #7
Mr_Stop
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Join Date: Apr 2017
Location: Cincinnati, OH
Posts: 90
Thanks for the advice. I agree that I don't want something to handle 48"+ tile. That will be too much tool (weight and size) for everyday use in the small bathrooms I have been doing. As mentioned, I could get by using the wet saw or even grinder if the job wouldn't pay for a new snapper.

It looks like the ~26-37" would be the way to go. The weight difference is fairly negligible. But there are some size considerations for the spaces I work in. Also, there is a considerable price jump. Are you doing enough 36" or 24" diagonals to justify the size and price?

I like the idea of getting a smaller snapper for subway and other small bath or backsplash tiles. The Superior #2 looks like the perfect size and decent price. How well does it work on porcelain, glass or thicker tiles?
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