Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter
A full range for the UK of 10 15 20 22 28mm cutters for plastic plumbing pipe and conduit and 1.1/4in 1.1/2in and 2in for plastic waste pipe both solvent weld and push fit.
The Monument Autocut® for Plastic are all designed and #MadeinBritain, including the stainless steel blades which are interchangeable throughout the entire range.
Number reviews: 30
Overal rating: 5
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by AM Plumbing Heating21st June 2022
These cutters are a great set and a must have for plastic pipe, I’ve got various types/brands of pipe cutters and these are always reliable, well made, have a spare blade inside, 9 times out of 10 cut completely straight, you get the odd spiral but very rarely.
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by Fitzgerald Electrical & Plumbing Solutions2nd February 2022
These are a must have for cutting plastic pipe, well made and easy to use, gives a nice clean straight cut.
I have a set of 15,22. 32,40 and used them on waste pipe and barrier pipe with no issues and perfect results.
Top product from monument tools
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by Penfould Heating & Renewables Ltd6th July 2021
I love these, I've also done a video review thanks to Tool Talk Testers Club. Good fit around the pipe, cuts in 1 revolution, nice neat edge after cutting. If not perfectly square on the pipe you can occasionally get a slight spiral on the cut. I find the 2" cutter a little awkward to use single handed down to its size but still a much nicer cut and easier to use in small spaces than a hacksaw
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by Grant Construction Services Limited16th June 2021
Would not be without these in my plumbing box
Easy to use great for tight spaces and once clipped onto the pipe far easier than previous cutters used
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by B H heating solutions8th May 2021
Spot on product had them few months now used them loads not had to change the blades works as they should 22mm cutter also works on overflow/condense pipe is always handy I think l! Worth the money for that clean cut needed
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by Plumbing heating Drainage services6th March 2021
Great set of cutters I would recommend these to anyone great to keep in one place too with the spare blades u don’t need to worry if one snaps just get the spare out
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by Gas Patrol22nd February 2021
I received these from tool talk to do a review and I’m really impressed with them. Absolutely love how easy and quickly it is to cut with absolutely no burs.
They come with spare blades and blade protectors which is a very good idea as the blades are very sharp.
It would be nice if they could make a holder to keep them all together, something similar to the regin pipe slice holder.
I can’t recommend them enough and will be definitely buying additional sizes, also a pipe slice holder if they make one.
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by J Quinn Heating13th February 2021
Real easy to use, nice clean cut, cuts quicker than a ratchet cutter. Build quality is surprisingly good to say it’s made from plastic, blades can be replaced.
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by SmartPipe Plumbing Services28th January 2021
Was given these by tool talk tv and I was really impressed with the product especially the build quality. And ease of use. The only this is change is if the 32mm and 40mm slice were in one but keeping the cutting space in the centre. This will save space in tool boxes meaning we only need one product instead of 2.
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by A L Plumbing & Heating20th January 2021
these are great you need a bit of a technique to use them successfully but soon get the nack and you can chuck your hacksaw away as you will only use these but be careful and always put the cover back in or you’ll be needing plasters lol
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by HPE Services9th December 2020
Tried a couple of different makes of these type cutters. But have found the monument one to be the better ones. They are very easy to use, they don’t bite in as quickly as other makes and work on both push fit and solvent weld pipes. Quickly gives a nice clean square cut.
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by b&m services9th June 2020
I think they are very well made and have been well thought out. Once you've got used to the way they work they are brilliant. They aren't the cheapest but you get what you pay for.
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by Mackie Heating ltd9th June 2020
Solid design, brightly coloured so you can see quickly where you left them. There is a knack to using these, they are better than the Rothenberger ones. Very gently squeeze and let the blade work. These are better than a ratchet cutter, ratchet cutters are used to cut 8mm up to 40mm. You can end up cutting foul waste and then contaminating a 15mm potable supply. With the set of autocuts, as the sizes are different this ensures the 15mm cutter remains clean for potable water. Definitely worth buying.
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by Johnstone Plumbing and Heating9th June 2020
Quality product as expected with Monument, good build quality and safety features. Cuts pipework efficiently and neatly. Simple to use pretty much does what it says. Simple product that serves it's purpose well. Good value for money.
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by Mato Plumbing and Heating9th June 2020
As with most of Monument Tools the build quality is 1st class. Got used to the cutters quite easily plus the replacement cutting wheel is simple to exchange. Does get harder when using 50mm cutters. Love the tool however would have given 5 star if it came with a case to fit the kit in plus maybe some kind of instrument to aid the larger size.
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by Vital Plumbers Ltd2nd June 2020
Wow, the best set of pipe cutters I've used - nice clean cut every time I use them - shown them to a few other plumbers who can't wait to order them. Great cutter - love the colour. Sharp blade and the cover is great. Best on the market.
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by Daley Plumbing and Heating Ltd2nd June 2020
We've extensively used the 2", 1 1/2" and 1 1/4" on projects which have included recent conversions in hospitals to help combat the COVID-19 pandemic. The product has proven extremely useful. Cutting into an existing waste pipe with a ratchet style cutter will inevitably deform the pipe or crack it. The Autocut for plastic eliminates this and was ideal when working in confined spaces. If you cut the pipe too long and need to trim just 10mm off this cutter will allow you to do that too. Compact, easy to use, square clean cut, won't damage or crack the pipe when cutting. Reasonably priced and good value for money.
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by Southdowns Mechanical2nd June 2020
I have rated the Autocut set at 5 star build quality because they feel solid and when in use they don't track as easy as other brands. Brilliant bits of kit.
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by The Boiler Guys2nd June 2020
These cutters are brilliant, they cut square which means better joints and faster cutting, way less time involved as the cuts are clean no large flakes of plastic to be removed. I would recommend these cutters if you want to enjoy clean square accurately executed cuts every time. It's an overdue tool that ticks all the boxes. It is bright so easy to locate and use, with safety features to prevent personal injury. While tools are always a pain to buy, knowing you are getting exactly what you need means the ticket price justifies the cost.
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by M Train Plumbing, Heating & Renewables Ltd2nd June 2020
First time I've used a cutter like this, normally I use a ratchet cutter. I was amazed by how quickly the slices cut the pipe. They leave a nice square edge, instead of the pinch you get with ratchet cutters. I won't use anything else from now on. I tell everyone about these cutters and how good they are. Very ease and fast to use. Great value for money, you won't regret buying these.
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by RAW Heating and Plumbing2nd June 2020
Great build quality, extremely sharp cutting blade that copes easily with tough abs solvent weld waste pipe right up to 50mm. Push fit is like cutting through hot butter. If you can use a copper pipe slice then you can simply use these. Having individual cutters for all sizes is great but does take up a bit of space. Time saved cutting = job done quicker = money in the bank.
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by HeatMatt2nd June 2020
Feels like a good quality product in your hand. Cuts really well and true. I have dropped them a few times with no adverse effects. Really easy to use even in tight spaces. The feature of the super sharp cutting blade is 5 star, however the safety gadget that protects it is a bit of a pain and I will end up losing. I have not seen any prices yet.
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by SPC Plumbing and Heating Ltd2nd June 2020
I've not used them as much as I normally would have in these times but they're built really well as normal from Monument Tools. You can get every size you need, they take a little bit of getting used to at first but give you a nice clean cut on the pipe, you get spare blades with it, definitely recommend. Well made but just need a nice box to store them in. Value for money so far, I've not lost any yet.
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by M Daniels Plumbing and Heating2nd June 2020
Well built very sharp blades that last a long time, very easy to grip and use. Easy to grip and turn. Amazing set absolutely perfect. Perfect price range for the quality.
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by Terry Burgin Plumbing and Heating Engineer30th May 2020
Absolutely excellent plastic pipe cutters!
Easy to locate and cut even in tight spaces, lovely clean straight cut every time. By far the best ones I’ve used.
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by Surrey Plumbing Solutions Ltd24th March 2020
I have stepped out of my default setting and gone for these monument cutters.
More than happy with these and great colour too especially with the yellow markings, if you drop them between the floor boards.
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by SAFGas Ltd11th March 2020
Weeeyyyy heeeeeyyyyyyy........ This is a revolutionary idea in the year 2020.... To me anyways due to the build quality.
Yeeeessssss maaaaaate, thank you Monument & it’s British.
Used these on a full heating installation recently & on reflection probably saved me loads of time mainly because they are so easy & the blades are super duper sharp.
Good fit on the pipe & super speedy cut I like them & would recommend for sure as they fit nicely in the pocket for when working under the floor or in the loft etc.
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by Holden's Solutions11th March 2020
So today I used my new auto cut pipe cutters for the first time on a waste job a have been on. Excellent product. Much easier to use than my rothenberger ones and a better finished cut. Old ones in the bin.
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by MB Gas & Heating Ltd11th March 2020
Great cutters , especially for awkward / tight places where the ratchet or one size does all cutters won’t fit in. They cut through the plastic / push fit pipe with one 360 degree twist so very quick to use , they have a nice quality feel to them
Review for Monument AC4P Autocut® Plastic Pipe Cutter by Huddersfield Plumbing Services11th March 2020
absolutely brilliant cutters. used my 15mm and 40mm today under an house. 3 turns of the cutters I was through the pipe. they put my Rothenberger slices to shame.
Number video reviews: 18
Hello, Tool Talk. It's Brendan here from B. Burnside Property Maintenance, and I'm here today to tell you about these auto-cut for plastic pipe slices from Monument. Work much the same way as your standard pipe slice. Put it on your pipe, clamp it shut, turn it, that is your standard one.
As you can see, what I've been sent here from Tool Talk is a full set for plastic pipe. Got your 15mm pipe, your 22's, and then your inch-and-a-quarter or inch-and-a-half waste pipe. And there's also a little pack of spare blades, which are very easy to change, with three screws in the back. You just change it over.
What I'm most interested in today will be the 40mm, inch-and-a-half waste pipe cutter. So what you got, you got your little protection wheel there that protects the blade while it's not in use. And it clamps on the pipe, and works the same as any other pipe slice. So, I'm going to be repairing this waste pipe, if I angle my camera right. We'll repair this waste pipe that has been left broken after kids playing football has broken it off, which is very handy.
So, normally, I'd be doing this with a hacksaw, and as you can see, the edge of this pipe, not very straight. So let's have a look, see how we do here.
So, first of all, let's get our approximate measurements. So about that. And then, let's have a look, see how this works. So clamp it on. Do it once, do it twice. That's it. That's gone through very, very nice and easy. As you can see, lovely straight cut. That's going to work quite nicely. I shall leave you now, and I shall get on with the repair. Okay, thank you for watching.
Hi, this is Andy Bennett from Bennetts Safe Gas. Today I'm reviewing the Monument Autocut. It's the pipe slices for plastic pipes, inch and a quarter, inch and a half waste pipes, and 15mm and 22mm plastic pipe cutters. Also, additionally, which I didn't realise, it includes a free 15mm pipe slice. I didn't realise I was getting that, so that was a welcome bonus.
First of all, the pack it comes in, mine is damaged, it was delivered damaged, that's slightly unfortunate, but it still is a good holder. If we just open it here. That's the pipe slices comes with. Also comes with some spare blades. There's one, two, three, four. There's five extra blades in there, which is good. This is the inch and half, or 42mm pipe cutter. You just have to watch your fingers on the blade. That's pretty neat, actually. I'll quite like that. It does cut pipe. This is a solvent weld pipe. You just follow the arrows here to cut. You can just turn it as fast or slow as you like. The harder you press, the shorter the blade will probably last. But there it is, nice, neat cut. If you're like me and you normally use a hack saw, it always looks a little bit chewed up and horrendous. That is a very nice cut.
This is the inch and a quarter. This is a push fit pipe. See, there's one of my usual cuts with a hack saw. Just goes around, turn it slowly. You don't need much pressure, light pressure is more than enough. There it is off. Ready to go straight into a push fit fitting. I'm very impressed with these. To put it away. You just put the right one in. That's it, safe.
This is the 15mm plastic cutter. This is a Speedfit pipe. There you go. Nice new cut. To be fair, I'm not overly impressed with these ones. They're nice, they're doing exactly the right thing, but just the normal cutters that you use with your hand, it's a twist and pull. I suppose, in tight spaces that would be good.
This is the 15mm copper. I see, you put it in there, close it up, and you do exactly the same thing, though I haven't got any copper to try that out at the moment. Yeah, overall, I am very impressed. Nice cutters. Packaging is very good. It's just a shame that it was cracked on delivery. Yeah. It's a really nice tool. Thank you Tool Talk for sending it out to me.
Hi, it's Jamie at Graphene Gas Solutions again.
Just another quick review on, this time it's the Monument Autocut for plastic. So, similar to the ones for copper, but it's just got a little blade on it this time to cut the plastic.
I do use the cutters more, but these are absolutely fantastic to be fair. I do a lot of kitchen second fixes and first and second fixes, so like when the waste part is going through the cupboard these are just absolutely perfect to get straight onto it, a nice clean cut.
You can get the bigger version of these as well and it cuts the inner flue, so when you're cutting the flue it's a lovely nice neat cut. So yeah, dead impressed with these.
I've got them in all sizes. You get from 15, 22, inch and quarter and an inch and a half.
Yeah, fantastic bit of kit. I use it all the time. I think they're great. I would recommend them to anyone. Nice one.
Hi. I'm Richard from P & R Heating, part of the Tool Testers Club. Today, reviewing the Monument Autocut for plastic cutters. They come in 15mm, 22mm, 32mm and 40mm, so inch and a quarter and inch and a half. And also the 22mm copper ones, the plastic ones actually cut overflow pipe as well, which is quite handy for when you doing boilers, condensers. Highly impressed with these cutters. I've had them years ago. Another company brought out some and they were rubbish. Compared to these, they don't even meet anywhere. So I'll just show you the demonstration. So you take the little protector out, because the blade are quite sharp, trust me. So basically put it in and close it up. There's little direction arrows on it. So a little bit of pressure. Turn it and then cut. And that's how you get a perfectly square cut.
And I'll just demonstrate the inch and a half ones. So that's how you get the big protector on them as well. You just pop it in. Just turn it on the direction arrows, not even a couple of turns and there we go. Perfectly square cut, ready for the file and ready to be put in the fitting. So I'd say highly impressed. My dad's used them as well. He's been in trade for 30 years and he's highly impressed. We're going to be getting him a set as well, just because they're a lot easier than using the scissor type cutters. And I've been having a problem with me hand, with me tendons and these have caused me no issue at all and where the scissor ones going like that all the time can cause quite a lot of problems. So these have come absolutely perfect. Very impressed.
Hi, this is John from JPC Plumbing and Heating. I've been given the opportunity to do a Tool Talk review on the Monument Autocut for Plastic range of pipe slices and pipe cutters.
In the box you get a 40mm and a 32mm waste pipe cutters and you get 22mm and 15mm barrier pipe, pipe slices, and a 15mm copper pipe slice.
So starting with a copper pipe slice, this was excellent. It cut after a couple of turns, definitely going in the tool bag. The 15 and 22 barrier pipe slices, excellent. Cut 22mm really easily. Couple of slices and it's through.
Nice square cup, you can see. Really good, they have a nice little razor blade in the middle, which is replaceable. You get given five in the kit as replacement, and you just basically, it's a couple of screws you do to replace it, really good them. Can see myself using them. In addition to my ratchet cutters and the pipe slices, they're really good as well. They are just a bit more bulky in the hand, but that's nothing really. They cut the pipe really well as well. So a couple of go's and they're done, see? Nice and square, clean cut. Very impressed. Definitely will be using these and I would recommend them to anyone.
So thank you to Tool Talk for letting me have the opportunity to review these and I'll see you on the next one.
Hi, I'm Brian from BH Heating Solutions, based in Essex, and today I'm reviewing these, the Monument Plastic Pipe Slice. I've had these for a couple of months now, been using them on a big job that I've got at the minute, and so far so good. In the pack, you get 15mm, 22mm, you get your 32mm inch and a quarter, an inch and a half 40mm, and spare blades. Now I've used them quite a lot, and I've not had to change the blades as yet. On all of them, as you can see, it's got arrows, so when you're using it, obviously tells you where to go. Changing the blade, I've had a fiddle, is easy. All you do is undo the screws. So I know all of them, it's got the screws, similar to when you're changing the blade on your normal pipe slice. All the same. Just get that back in there.
Right, what I have checked, which is always good as well, the 22 will do your overflow or your condense, which is handy. So stick it down, hold it down, just turn it. Simple as that, we turn the pipe, wherever which way you want to do it, straight down, look at that. Perfect. Lovely cut. Let's get that one back in there. So this one, it's always handy to know with that one, that it will do that again. Get your 32. Again, same thing. Open it up, take it out. Now the blades are really sharp. I have caught myself a couple of times, just when you hold it like that. You have in your pocket, you pull it out, and I've cut myself, so be careful. Always put them in when you can. But again, stick it on, straight on, and then just turn again. Look at that. No burrs, no nothing, it's perfect cut. Can't fault it at all.
Open that one back up. Right, again, I'm not going to show you the 40mm, it's exactly the same, but what I will say is I found it... I haven't really used it, I'll be honest with you, I've not used an awful lot on them. I've used it a couple of times, and it has been great. But if you go to cut a little bit off, it doesn't like it. You've got to use, you've got to be able to put it all the way through, because when it crushes it, well, not crush it, when it puts it on, it's holding it in there, level. So again, turn, and it comes out perfect. But it's just if you want to do a little bit, if it's slightly off, it will go like that, so you want to make sure when you're cutting it, it's in there properly. Apart from that, brilliant.
Hi there, my name is Andrew from ATR plumbing and this is my review of the Monument Autocut for plastic pipe sizes, for Tool Talk. So in the pack you get your inch and a quarter. Inch and a half for solvent weld and push fit waste pipe. And you also got 22mm for poly pipe, plastic pipe, domestic hot, cold heating and 15mm. You also get a free pack of blades for when they go dull.
So I've been using these for a few weeks now, all of them and I find that the waste cutter is really good. I'm a big fan of them, especially in tight spaces. On the sinks, on the vanity units, because you can do this with one hand. So basically you squeeze it onto the pipe, not closed fully so the blades touching the waste pipe and then you just rotate. Like that, like one 360 degrees or less and that as you can see from the cut, you can see that. It's perfect to put a fitting on. No burrs.
So previously you cut with like a hacksaw or a junior hacksaw and the problem with that is you'll get burrs on the pipe. I'll give you an example. So on that cut, as you can see inside. Can you see? See all these little burrs? When the pipes... You'd have to file that. If you didn't do that, over time, bits of hair, fabric, anything, it would get caught up and the pipe would clog and it'd be slow to drain and you'd get callbacks. So you don't get that with this. So it's really good.
Now the 15 and 22 for the plastic pipe. In my honest opinion, I won't use them as much, because they're a bit slower to use, a bit more time consuming than my usual method. Works the same way. Not quite closed, few rotations and the cut's just as good. And it is good, because putting an insert in and a fitting on a rubber o-ring push fit, you don't want any scraggly bits again.
But, what I usually use for that, it's like snip cutters. Like them. Like this and time-wise... The big advantage of this, this'll do 15, 22, 28. One tool in the bag, as opposed to three different pipe slicers. I think that's about it.
The other good thing about the 22 one, both of these, it will never distort the pipe. They'll never squeeze the pipe. Sometimes for these, if it's an awkward position under, like I was saying before, under a unit or something and you can't quite get 90 degrees, like you're on an angle, you squeeze the pipe and you'll deformed it, which you don't want to do that.
But yeah, the inch and a half and inch and a quarter, I'll be using them. There'll be a permanent fixture in my tool bag for the foreseeable future. So, that's my review. All in all, it's a great product by Monument again. Thank you.
Hi, everyone. I'm Sean from Gas Patrol and today we are doing a review for Tool Talk for the Monument Autocut Plastic that they kindly sent us to review.
In the packet, you get quite a few sizes, 15 millimetre, 22, inch and a quarter and an inch and a half. Let's have a look at them. Here we have the 15 millimetre pipe slice, nice and bright so you're always going to find it in your toolbox. Comes with a blade protector, very good idea, just to protect the blade. They seem very strong, there's no movement, nothing, they'll probably last a while. Let's see how they cut. Right, to use them, you simply place the pipe inside, give it a gentle squeeze, couple of turns and it's cut. Nice, clean cuts, no burrs, very good.
22. Again, same thing, place inside, gentle squeeze, couple of turns, again, very clean cuts.
Inch and a quarter, same principle once again. Place inside, gentle squeeze, few turns and it's cut.
Moving onto inch and a half, place inside, gentle squeeze and cut. Very, very clean.
What I will say is I'm very, very impressed with the inch and a quarter and inch and a half especially. I think I definitely would be using these on a daily basis as I think they'll speed up the process and they're much cleaner cuts. 15 and 22, personal habit, I'll probably stick to using pair of shears. Again, anything from Monument seems to be very, very good and very, very impressive. What can I say? I'm very, very happy with the tools and I look forward to using them more often. Many thanks.
Good evening. I'm just going to provide a review on the Monument plastic pipe slicers. They're quite similar to a normal pipe slice that we use every day on the standard copper. Effectively, you just open it up, attach to your pipe, squeeze, twist, and they give you a near-perfect cut. I normally use one of the ratchet cutters but these give you a nice clean cut and they're a bit more compact in terms of using them in tight spaces, and what have you. We've also got ones for plastic pipe. Again, I normally just use a normal cutter, but with these again, very compact, lovely seamless cut on them. So comes in 15 and 22mm.
Dead straightforward to use. In the box, it comes with spare blades for them. I'm not too sure how long the blades will last, I've not been using them for too long. First impressions and early signs of use, I think they're one of them tools that you probably didn't realise that you needed or wanted until you've actually used them. And yeah, nothing negative to say about them, really.
They also come with these small pieces that just slot into the slice, and that keeps the blade safe when they're not in use. So overall, highly recommend these products. They also come in a nice plastic tub so you can keep them all together. Probably be able to survive the wear and tear of the van and working onsite by just keeping them in that tub. Highly recommend these products, Monument Tools Autocut for plastic. In the promotional tub that I received, you also get a 15mm pipe slice, which is same design. I've used them for a few years. I still prefer the metal open clasp ones, but they do the job as well. I hope this review comes in handy for someone. Thanks for your time. Bye-bye.
Hi, good afternoon folks, my name's Gary from Get Home Improvements. A local handyman based in Kingswells, in Aberdeen. I'm here on behalf of the Tool Talk tester's club with the Monument AutoCut pipe cutters. They're for plastic. Within the actual kit itself you get a 50mm, you get a 22mm, you get an inch and a quarter or 32mm, and an inch and a half or 40mm. You also get a bonus 50mm copper pipe cutter as well. You also get five blades within it. Unfortunately the case it came in suffered a bit so I put it in this little plastic bag. Now with itself Monument it's actually got a scan for a YouTube video to show you how to actually use it. Believe it or not, I went on it, because you think "Eh, it's a pipe cutter. Must be easy enough."
So like with the 22 here, just open it up take the middle portion out, throw it in, put it on. Now, you don't close it all the way tight as it says and there's the Monument arrows, it shows you where to go. Just go like cut, couple of turns. Comes off and it's a nice, clean, cut on both sides. Absolutely fantastic. I was doing other little ones earlier on and it came out really good as well. And of course, once you're finished, just obviously to save the blades put the middle back in to it and close it as well. The good thing is for the larger waste pipes it does actually colour code it so there's the grey bungs there for that and for smaller pipes, there you go. Yellow.
Really good make. My plumber that I help out sometimes with... he can't see nothing bad about them. I've only used them a few times and seems absolutely fine to me. Saves actually using my snips I've tried to cut a pipe with but it kind of bends them, but it's absolutely fine. Recommend it absolutely not a problem. I would love to actually try it, I want to try the copper one later on. A little reminder the 22 has actually cut a 21 1/2 mm condensate pipe. Absolutely no problem. Absolutely fine, goes in the thing great. Thanks very much guys, enjoy!
Hi guys, Black Country Al here again from Fitzgerald Electrical Plumbing Solutions. Just doing a quick review on these Monument auto plastic pipe cutters through Tool Talk. I'm just changing a waste here so I've just had to trim a bit of 40mm waste and I've used these. I usually use the Monument ratchet cutter. I thought I'd give these a try today. Basically, just clamp around the pipe. Easy as that. Great, and in situ is where I can still do it.
They come with a little spacer here that clicks in to protect the blade because the blade is pretty sharp. And they also do 15, 22 so I can use my plastic pipe, got a bit of condensed pipe here just to show you. This is the 22mm one. Again same thing, easy as that, two seconds. Great bit of kit, well worth the money. Don't know how long the blades will last, we'll see, but we'll give them a go anyway. Speak soon.
Firstly, thank you Tool Talk for sending me the Monument Autocut Plastic Pipe Cutters. Full set of seven cutters, 10 spare blades. They're made from 10 mm up to two inch. Each of them has blade protection and arrows on each cutter for direction to cut. Straight on. Clamps down as you're cutting. Clean cut. No deform in the pipe. No train tracks.
Inch and a half: Again, blade protection. Cutter on, directional use. Clean cut.
Tool storage; keep them clean in the van. Really strong bit of kit. Highly recommend. Thank you, Tool Talk.
Now then, people, it's Macauley from SmartPipe Plumbing Services. Just before we get started, I'd like to say a big thank you to Tool Talk TV for sending me out these two products. We've got the Monument Autocut plastic plumbing pipe cutters and the Monument Autocut plastic waste pipe cutters.
These are not something I've used in the past. They're quite a new product to myself. I've not had a chance to use the plastic pipe cutters, but I've used the waste pipe cutters this week. Why I've not had one of these before, I don't know. I've used other brands, as you can see in other videos I've done in the past, and these blow them out of the water. I won't name the brands, but they're a lot more usable. They're a all-around better product, in my opinion. Each to their own, but yeah, my opinion.
So first of all, we'll start with the plumbing pipe cutters. So in here, you get a 10 mm, a 15 mm, a 22 mm, and a 28 mm, placed in a nice, handy little box. Oh, and they also come with a pack of spare blades, which is handy to have for future use. Your 10 mil, your 15 mm, 22 mm, and your 28 mm. So they all come with their own blade protectors, which should slot in there nicely.
They feel really good products. They are made of plastic, which sometimes I'm always a bit wary of, but this is solid plastic, this. You could throw these in your toolbox and you wouldn't have to worry that they're going to get smashed, as I've done with other products before. The blades are interchangeable. Like I said, you get your spare blades there. You've only got to take a couple of screws out, your blade will swap over, all back together, all-singing, all-dancing.
Right, onto your waste pipe cutters. They're in a similar size box but they're slightly bigger, which I'm going to struggle to get off, but there you go. There you go. So they should come in a 32 mm. We've got a 40 mm, and we've also got a 50 mm, so inch and a quarter, inch and a half, a two inch for you old-school plumbers. .Move that out of the way They also do come with an extra pack of blades, handy for future use, like I said before. They work exactly the same. I don't have to show you how to use every single one, but I have got a bit of inch and a quarter pipe here. It can be used on solvent and push-fit pipe.
So yeah, let's try it out. So you just put your pipe into the yellow side, clamp it down, and you can see on the product, it has got the arrows, in which way to turn it. So you just squeeze and turn. In one turn, that's cut all the way through, which is really impressive. Unlike some other products, the hole is directly in the middle, so you wouldn't be able to get it in tight to walls and stuff like that to turn it, which I've had trouble with before where I couldn't turn it properly. So I do highly rate these covers, so I definitely would recommend them.
The only thing that I would improve, and Monument, if you are listening, this is one thing that I'd like to see and I definitely would be buying off yourself, even if it's just the inch and a quarter, inch and a half, and the 15 mil and the 22, they're in one product. So you can clamp it down onto a 15 mil or a 22 mil pipe and it will cut it, same with the inch and a half, and inch and a quarter, but keeping it so that the hole is directly in the middle so the access is a lot better. I think that would be a really good product. That's something I would definitely buy, and I think a lot of plumbers out there would buy. This is something I would use on a day-to-day basis, these products alone, nevermind the one that I'd like to have, if you're interested in making me one.
So yeah, there's nothing really else to say about these. They're all very self-explanatory. They cut the waste pipe in one turn, what more could you want? You don't want no messing about, having to cut it loads of time with hacksaws and all the rest of it. You get a nice, clean finish on the pipe as well. No need to file that down. That'll go straight onto your pipe, will that. So yeah, guys, I hope you enjoyed the video. I hope to see you all again sometime. Thank you, and goodbye.
Hi there and welcome to Stevie's Tool Talk. I've been sent a set of Monument plastic pipe slicers to review sent by Tool Talk. Thanks very much for that greatly appreciate it. I've been using these for the last few days at work and I find them very, very easy to use. They come in a nice, compact, sturdy storage box.
They come in a range of different sizes, spare blades. It comes with the common sizes, 10 mm, 15 mm, 22 mm and 28 mm. I've also been sent a set of waste pipe sizes, which is inch and a quarter, inch and a half and two inch. Anyway, to use these it's fairly straightforward.
As you can see, they're very robust, have a tool guard. You can see the blade sits in there. To use them you just get a pipe, sit it in there, squeeze it on and turn in the direction of the arrows... As you can see, cuts the end and you get a nice smooth, fairly burr-free finish which is ready to be glued straight up.
It's no problem at all. What's here? An inch and a half, let me just find the right cutter. Opens there, take the guard out, place it in, squeeze and turn in the direction of the cut. Then you get a nice, smooth finish. Again, nice burr-free finish.
This is push fit pipe so this again, will go straight into the pipe without any cleaning up, no problem. I have being told that some of these cutters will only called push fit pipe so I've got some solvent weld pipe, 40 mm again. As you see, it's little bit tighter in the fit but it does cut. Just squeeze, turn and again, a nice, clean cut.
Push fit pipe again, as you can see it sits more neatly in the trough but again, nice clean cut. Takes less turns but it does cut. It's a nice, easy, straightforward tool to use because you'll get a much better finish than using the scissor-type cutters that you get.
I must admit, the 15 mm and 22 mm stuff that we tend to use a lot of barrier pipe for, we do tend to use the scissor-type cutters because they're just quicker and are more readily at hand. For waste pipes, these sort come into their own and give a lot better finish on the cut and give you a lot of tidier joint like you know?
For me, they come highly recommended and up I've nothing to tell, I'll be using these more and more as time goes on. Can't say much more than that, a really, really, really good bit of kit. I would highly recommend them so thanks very much for listening and I hope you enjoyed the video. Thanks now
Hi guys. It's George from Louis Gas & Heating, and I'm doing review for Tool Talk. Okay, what I've got here is the Monument Autocut for Plastic Pipe, and we've got loads of sizes here. 10 mil, 15 mil, 22 mil, and 28 mil. So these ones will be used on your Hep Polypipe, John Guest. So all your heat and hot and cold pipes. And these ones are your waste pipes that come in one and a quarter, one and a half, and two inch.
Okay, these are really easy to use. You just pop these open, take the safety out, grab your pipe, put this round your pipe, clamp it, you've got your arrows for your direction, squeeze and turn. That's like three or four turns and it's cut, and you get this really great smooth cut. Piece here, take that out. So I find it's really good and really easy to use. It's no effort at all, really, and get a great cut, so you don't get any crap getting stuck in your pipe and your waste like hair and stuff like that where it's all jagged. I would really recommend these they're really good and any plumber should have one really and engineers as well. Especially when you putting heating pipes and hot and cold. I really do recommend these. Thanks guys.
Hi, I'm Chris. I'm going to be reviewing the Monument Autocut for Plastic pipe cutters. Now these come in a variety of sizes, starting with your 10, 15, 22, 28 mil for your plastic push fits, and you get inch and a quarter, inch and a half, two inch for your waste pipes. They'll do solvent weld and push fit wastes.
I've used these for a week or two now, quite like them. Tend to use the waste pipe fittings cutters more than the smaller sizes. They do a nice cut, it's just down to the fact of, with the 15, 22 and 10s standard first fixing, tend to find it a bit quicker with a standard snip cut. These do a nicer cut, much straighter, but have you got the time to be mucking around for the right size in your tool belt while you're doing first fixing?
Now, I'm going to show you a little bit of how they work. So we've got the 10 mil cutter, and it's as simple as click it on, spin it round and off it goes. Nice straight cut. No burrs on there. That's much the same with the waste pipe fittings. So we've got the inch and a quarter cutter. Get a bit of inch and a quarter pipe. And again, it's exactly the same. Put your mark on, clip it on. You'll notice there's a direction arrow on there, so once you squeeze it together, rotate it round the pipe and it just comes straight off nice and clean.
The 22 mil cutter for Speedfit, Hep and other brands, that actually comes in very handy for overflow pipe, which is probably the main reason I would use it, rather than on Speedfit and Hep. Nice, perfect cut, actually very handy where you haven't got the length to get your snips in, you can use these in a tighter space, much the same as using your copper cutters.
And if you look inside, there's just a sharp blade in the bottom. So they come with this for when you're putting them back in your bag or in your box, because you don't want to be putting your fingers in there to pull them out. Each kit also comes with a pack of five blades, so when they go blunt you can change them, which is handy, saves you sourcing some new ones.
Personally, I think they're a great cutter. Everything has its use. But for me, the smaller sizes I think I would only use for second fixing. A bit too time-consuming for first fixing. Waste pipe cutters, I love them. Thank you to Tool Talk for sending me these tools to review.
Hi, guys. So I would just like to start off this talk by welcoming you to Tool Talk. And this is brought to you by Adam and all his team, who are doing a wonderful job. Today we're reviewing the Monument Autocut for Plastic Plumbing Pipe, which ranges in sizes from 10, 15, 22, and 28. And within the box, you also get five spare blades, which will be very handy going forward. And also we have the Monument Autocut for Plastic Waste Pipe, which does solvent weld and push fit. And that comes in sizes for inch and a quarter, inch and a half, and two-inch pipe. And that also comes with five spare blades in the box. Also in the label in the front, which is handy, it comes with a QR barcode for YouTube, which you can scan your instructional videos on and it shows you how it operates.
So let's go ahead and un-box the Autocut pipe slices. Quite a fun box to open. So here we have the inch and a quarter, and we have the inch and a half, and then finally the two-inch. So today I've got some inch and a quarter pipe here. And also just a note to say that there's the blades that come in the box. So we take the inch and a quarter one. Very bright colours, so you can actually see it in your toolbox, tool bag, whatever you like to use. So open it up here and then it comes out with the guide. Obviously that's just to protect the blade that you can see in there. It's got arrows on the outside of it, just so that you can obviously see the direction to use for the Autocut, the direction it comes in. Nice form feel to it. It's not too loose.
So let's go ahead and we'll cut a section of pipe. So this is just a straightforward piece of ABS pipe, and we'll just insert that in here and then just turn in the direction and squeeze it. That was very quick. That's it. Cut through the pipe already. And as you can see, it's a fantastically clean edge, just like the machined edge from the factory. So let's go ahead and we'll do that again. And we'll just go ahead here and as you squeeze it as it's on the pipe. And as you can see, it's very, very quick and easy to do. Yeah, I quite like that.
That's going to save a lot of cutting with a hacksaw and then chamfering with a rasp to make a chamfered clean edge. You can see there, that's a lovely clean edge from the machine. So yeah, no, that looks great. And obviously just the inch and a quarter, inch and a half, and two-inch are going to be exactly the same. Yeah, they're exactly the same in there, but they've got the blades, which can be changed by just undoing these three screws, and that will let you change the blade in the future once the blade becomes blunt.
So let's then move on to the Plastic Plumbing Pipe. What I think I've got here is piece of Speedfit pipe. So we'll go ahead and we'll do the same with that. We'll open it up and we'll see. See, they come in these plastic containers, which you can either re-use, or you could just store them in your box. So here we've got a size for 10-millimetre, then we've got 15-millimetre, 22-millimetre, and finally we've got 28-millimetre. Also in this box we have five spare blades as well, so they'll be, again, be useful going forward. So let's go ... I've got 22-millimetre here, so let's work with 22-millimeter pipe slice. And again, we open it up. It's the same idea as the waste pipe fitting, same idea. You just open up and there's the blade in there and it's got arrow on the direction for you to turn a pipe slice.
So here we go. Let's see how we get on going with this pipe here. So we'll just enter that into their page slide, and we've got the direction of the arrows on here again, so we'll just gradually turn it and we'll just apply pressure onto it. And there we go, and you have it, and that's it. Cut through very simply, again. And again, with a fantastically clean edge as if it's come straight off the machine in the factory. So that looks very very good, that that's actually making that ... giving you a nice clean edge again, for your inserts to go in to. So overall, to sum up, I think Monument has done a great job with this. I see the patent pending on that, so that's a very positive thing for the manufacturers to get a patent on that. And it's also made in Britain, which all Monument tools are made in Britain, which is great.
So anything I would change on it? I don't think so. I mean, I'd say it works very simply. It's all very neat and tidy, and as I say, you all have these protective guides on there to protect the blades going forward. So no, I'd just like to say thanks very much to Monument and to Tool Talk again for, and Adam and all the team for sending this in this to me, and for being able to do this review for you. And I hope you find it useful. And guys, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend you go out and try that, because I think you're going to find that it's going to be very useful to have in your tool bag. So I would just like to hand over and say thanks so much and thanks. Bye.