90mm Crown Root Cutter for use with Universal Rods

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0.71 KGS
  • 90mm Crown Root Cutter
  • 90mm Crown Root Cutter


Crown Root Cutters are quite an aggressive rotational tool for cutting through more stubborn roots and will also clear fat and grease build up of the walls of drains and sewers.

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7 Reviews

  • 5

    Perfect for resolving root ingress in drains

    Posted by Unknown on 2nd Feb 2024

    Easy to use

  • 5


    Posted by Kevin on 21st Sep 2022

    Together with a rotating handle (essential) the cutter cut the root mass from the side of the pipe but I needed to use the worm screw to withdraw the matted roots.

  • 5

    90mm Crown Root Cutter

    Posted by Steve R on 28th Mar 2022

    Solidly made and sharp. The rotating handle, sold separately, is essential. Rotate clockwise to keep the rods locked and remove any cut roots before progressing. Cutting the roots can also be made when removing the Cutter. ANTI-CLOCKWISE ROTATION MUST BE AVOIDED...

  • 5

    Just right fir the job

    Posted by Ian Roper on 26th Jan 2022

    Easy ordering, great communication and speedy delivery

  • 4

    Extremely Useful

    Posted by Phil H on 25th Oct 2021

    Solved a long-standing problem caused by small roots finding their way into inlet down-pipe of Klargester septic tank. It took ten minutes to free up the blockage with this tool using my existing standard drain rods. The additional purchase of the rotating handle was also well worth it, rotating the rods without it would have been very difficult.

  • 4


    Posted by Unknown on 30th Jul 2021

    This tool is good value, but progress with it is slow. The substantial central armature tends to compact debris in front of the tool instead of letting it pass through to the rear.

  • 4

    What you see is what you get

    Posted by Peter on 8th May 2020

    I found this a pretty sturdy bit of kit. It fitted onto my rods without any problem (worth checking carefully as I think there are different types of drain rods). I sharpened the blades as I though that would help and with the handle I bought separately I was able to operate it as a cutter. Need to be careful with bends in the drain as it could get stuck. Minimum fee for a drain specialist was £90 so I thought the investment was worth it. Unfortunately I have not so far been able to cut through the blockage but I don't think that is the fault of the cutter. It maybe that the cutter has cut around it and it now rotating around the central part of the blockage which remains.

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