Hilti TE 1000-AVR Breaker Preview
The Hilti TE1000AVR breaker preview is a new model from the company. It features a unique design with two blades on one side of the blade holder, which are used for cutting. The cutter’s handle is made out of high quality plastic and it looks very attractive. The cutter comes with a special tool called a “chisel” (or “miter”) which is used to cut the tiles.
The cutter measures 10 inches long, 4 inches wide and 1 inch thick. It weighs approximately 2 pounds when fully assembled. There are four different colors available: black, red, blue and green.
The blade holder is designed so that the blades will fit into them easily without any problems. They are held in place by magnets, but they do not need to be tightened down completely. The blades themselves have a nice feel to them and they look good too.
There is no way of adjusting the angle at which the blades cut the tiles, but there is a small adjustment screw located near where the blade holders meet each other. You can adjust this screw if you want to make your cutter more or less angled than normal.
The breaker can be used for straight cuts or for breaking the tiles along the perforations. The breaker does a really good job at both and it’s quicker and easier than using a hammer and chisel, or a tile cutter.
The blades last for quite a while, but they will dull over time of course. The package that I bought came with two blades and an extra set of replacement blades costs less than $10. A set of replacement chisels are less than $20.
The cutter can cut up to a quarter inch thick marble or granite tile, but I wouldn’t try to cut any thicker than that.
In conclusion, the Hilti TE 1000-AVR breaker preview is a great tool and definitely worth the price. It saves a lot of time and it’s fun to use too! It’s a really nice addition to my tool collection and it gets a lot of use.
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