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Lowe's has SharkBite U701 PEX Tubing Pipe Cutter on sale for $6.44. Select free store pickup where available, or shipping is free with orders $45 or more.

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  • For use with 1/4 inch, 3/8 inch, 1/2 inch, 3/4 inch and 1 inch SharkBite PEX tubing or PE-RT Pipe

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the SharkBite U701 PEX Tubing Pipe Cutter for $6.44. Shipping is free with Prime or $25+ orders. NLA

Lowe's [lowes.com] has the SharkBite 1/4" to 1" Pex Cutter (U701) for $6.44 with free store or curbside pickup.
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this also works quite well for sprinkler tubing
False.

This is how you end up with micro-fractures in the material and flow issues.

You want a smooth, 90° cut so it goes into the fitting as far as it can on all sides.

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this also works quite well for sprinkler tubing
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Sharkbite hoo ha ha! 🐡
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Looks like it's hit or miss on quality
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Quote from bluekiwi :
this also works quite well for sprinkler tubing
A decent pruner can do the same.
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What is good for cutting MC cable?
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What is good for cutting MC cable?
No, you made be able to cut through 1 or 2 before you ruin the blade.
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No, you made be able to cut through 1 or 2 before you ruin the blade.
What should be used instead?
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What should be used instead?
See pic below. Several videos are top pick too.

I like the rotary cutter
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What should be used instead?
A basic tool that you can use for this and other thin metal are the Klein Tools 1104. If you're cutting a lot of MC, then you may want to consider a rotary cutter Klein Tools 53725. Whichever you get, don't forget to use a bushing!
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What should be used instead?
If you don't have to cut a lot of MC cable, just bend it (which creates a kink) then use a pair of side cutters or linesmans to cut it.
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A decent pruner can do the same.
False.

This is how you end up with micro-fractures in the material and flow issues.

You want a smooth, 90° cut so it goes into the fitting as far as it can on all sides.
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False.

This is how you end up with micro-fractures in the material and flow issues.

You want a smooth, 90° cut so it goes into the fitting as far as it can on all sides.
False.


A decent pruner with produce a crisp, clean cut without creating "micro-fractures".
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How's this better than using a PVC cutter?
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