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Diex Diapro 4" Super Thin Diamond Tile Blade Porcelain Saw Blade

Ceramic Tile, High Temperature Extraction Diamond Blade, Sandstone Quartz Ect., Super Thin Porcelain Saw Blade, Stone

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BVR Rating 174 reviews


  • Comes with free chips that make it easy to cut
  • Features X teeth that offers convenience
  • Made with a design that makes it suitable for dry or wet cutting


  • May wobble a bit

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Analysis of 100+ reviews for Diex Diapro 4" Super Thin Diamond Tile Blade Porcelain Saw Blade


BestViewsReviews analyzed 3,443 reviews for 15 products in the Diamond Saw Blades category.


We analyzed a total of 174 reviews for this product out of which, 99 reviews were received in the last 6 months.


The analysis indicates that around 71% reviews were positive while around 24% of reviews had negative sentiment.

BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Diex Diapro 4" Super Thin Diamond Tile Blade Porcelain Saw Blade


This product received a total score of 7.35 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:

  • Build quality
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  • Customer support
  • Easy to use
  • Efficiency
  • Longevity
  • Overall satisfaction
  • Size
  • Value for money
  • Users of this product said

    I have been using this diamond cutting tool for a few months now and I have to say it has been a huge help in my cutting abilities, and it is very easy to use.

    I was amazed with the sharpness and chip-free nature of the blade, it made my job very easy.

    I bought this blade because it was a good purchase, but I also recommend using masking tape on your cut line to make it easier to see your markings.

    I used 2 blades and both caused a large amount of vibration on a 6 month old DeWalt tile saw, but I have no doubt that this style of blade will perform well if you can get one that is balanced well.

    I used air to cool the blade and keep the dust away. It is a lot less messy than water.

    Question & Answers


    I tried to use this blade on my 7 inch Chicago electric bridge tile saw, but the saw keeps cutting out once the blade is on the saw, what's wrong?


    Can the saw turn a blade that big when cutting?


    What is the width of the cut made by this blade? Does it really cut more chips than a regular continuous blade?


    I measured and found the kerf to be 1/16 inch. I used mine on a fireplace project for a smooth cut and it cut the stone without chipping at all.


    Is it possible that it works in an angle grinder?


    No, this is not intended for use in this tool.


    Is the arbor adapter removeable?


    Yes. You could remove the arbor ring.


    Will this blade be able to cut slate chalkboard dry?


    Yes, this blade will cut slate dry.

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