Diablo D1260X Combination Saw Blade
Cuts Like A Hot Knife Through Butter, Gumming And Corrosion, Parma-Shield Coating For Less Drag, Standard Carbide
- Features an ATB grind and rakes tooth design that allows straighter rips and improved performance
- Made of high-density carbide material that offers optimum strength and long-lasting usage
- Comes with a perma-shield coating that offers less drag, gumming and corrosion
- Size may not be accurate
Analysis of 100+ reviews for Diablo D1260X Combination Saw Blade
BestViewsReviews analyzed 12,872 reviews for 31 products in the Circular Saw Blades category.
We analyzed a total of 178 reviews for this product out of which, 145 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 93% reviews were positive while around 0% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Diablo D1260X Combination Saw Blade
This product received a total score of 9.30 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 8 features:
Users of this product said
The blade is very thin and I like that it is able to make a clean cut without losing wood to the cut.
I have always found the Diablo blades to be the best blade for the money because they are thinner and have better cutting ability than other blades because of the lack of power from the saw motor.
I have tried a number of different brands and styles of blades and this one is the best because it fits my portable table saw perfectly.
The blade cuts like a knife through butter and the saw is not a great saw, but it does make your cuts a little ugly.
I have been using the Diablo blades for a few months now and I have to say that they are much better than the stock blades I have used before.
Question & Answers
Is it good for miter angle cuts?
The blade is thin and straight, which is great for cutting straight and angles.
Is it possible that it cut alluminum?
I can't speak on this blade in particular, but I run a lot of aluminum soffit/fascia and trim coil around windows and doors.
What is the hole diameter?
Will this be able to cut 6x6s easily?
Yes. We cut Oak 6x6, 4x6 and 3x6 all day long.
Is it possible to use it on a table saw?
I would recommend a blade designed for ripping instead of using it on a table saw.