QEP 6-1008BW Black Widow 10" Wet Tile Saw Micro-Segmented Diamond Blade
Hard Masonry Tile, High Quality Steel, Micro Segments, High Speed Cutting
- Equipped with micro segments that help cool the blade and prevent chipping
- Comes with a maximum cutting speed of up to 115 RPM that lets you finish your tasks quickly
- Features 5/8 in. arbor that fits most brands of wet tile saws
- May wobble a bit
Analysis of 200+ reviews for QEP 6-1008BW Black Widow 10" Wet Tile Saw Micro-Segmented Diamond Blade
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We analyzed a total of 265 reviews for this product out of which, 240 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 78% reviews were positive while around 17% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for QEP 6-1008BW Black Widow 10" Wet Tile Saw Micro-Segmented Diamond Blade
This product received a total score of 8.10 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:
Users of this product said
I used a sliding compound chop saw to cut the porcelain tiles for the kitchen back splash.
I was skeptical when I saw the price was almost half of what I would pay for a blade like this, but I decided to give it a try.
I was concerned about blade wear but so far it seems to hold up. I am sure it will make it through this project and into the next project.
I need a new saw soon, and I don't want to wait until I need one, and have to buy a different brand from the big box stores.
I use this blade for lapidary work and it is very good. I always get great cuts with this blade and keep some old grinding wheels around.
Question & Answers
Will this blade work well for cutting agate and other hard stones?
I'm not sure what you mean by "other hard stones." Diamond will cut every stone on earth, including other diamonds.
Is it max RPM?
I bought a wet saw that is 3000 to 4000rpm and it cuts very well.
Does this blade need to be installed in a certain direction?
I have not seen any of the markings of any of the continuos rim diamond blades since I installed them, but I have installed it label out and it has worked perfectly since.
Will this fit all saws that require 10" x 5/8"?
I am unsure of the arbor size on your saw, but the blade should fit any circular or miter saw that has a 5/8 inch arbor.
How effective is this blade at cutting glass?
This blade will cut glass easily, but will result in more fine chipping along the cut than a solid edge diamond blade.