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RotoZip exhibit at Tile & Stone Show 2008

RotoZip’s focus will be on product experience at the Tile & Stone Show 2008, with live demonstrations of the RotoZip Diamond XBIT on stand.

RotoZip exhibit at Tile & Stone Show 2008

Plus, to promote their sponsorship of the Force India F1 Team, there will be a RotoZip Grand Prix sign-up point on the stand where a free t-shirt will be on offer instantly for any visitor signing up to play RotoZip’s F1 online racing game at www.rotozipgrandprix.co.uk

Visitors can race the same tracks as in the official Grand Prix season and whoever scores the most points at the end of the season wins the grand prize – a VIP trip for two to the Monaco Grand Prix in 2009.

Every tiler signing up will also be entered into a monthly draw to win a RotoZip RZ5 Spiral Saw. They will be invited to trial the product and write a blog on the site about their experience.

RotoZip Spiral Saws use rotary/spinning motion to make fast cuts that allow tilers to effectively cut through hard floor tiles, resulting in faster, cleaner and more precise freehand cuts. They also have the ability to cut 360 degrees without having to change the orientation of the tool.

The RotoZip Diamond X-Bit attachment contains nearly three carats of diamond grit allowing the tool to cut through a number of hard tiles such as natural stone and porcelain dry and without affecting the integrity of the tile. It can also plunge cut into floor tiles and will cope with any shape, including circles for pipes and rectangles around doors.

RotoZip demonstrations will also run every day on the main exhibition demonstration area and Bosch product trainers will be on hand to provide information on using RotoZip tools to all show visitors.

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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