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DEWALT 7-inch Diamond Blade $8.99 at Amazon

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They state it's for masonry of which I have used it on quite a bit cutting brick but I have also used it on sheet metal and rebar without issue. I got in on the $8.69 price back in early August an have been using one in my 7-inch grinder and one in my tile saw. No complaints.

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Good blade for masonry. It will cut tile, however, a continuous rim blade is best for tile to prevent chipping and give a smoother cut edge.
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Good deal, man. I needed one of these.
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Cheaper than the box stores, this is kind of a normal price for Amazon... see attached... These have been cheaper and higher, but this is about normal for a China blade. If you use these often, you might set up a price watch on the three camel and get a deal.



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I got a couple. Thanks OP. Hope I can cut Hardie Board with it.
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Perfect! My wife said she wanted diamonds for our anniversary. These are the cheapest diamonds on SD!
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Would this be good for cutting Quartz or Marble? I have a bathroom counter that I need to cut down to fit.
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This blade performed very well for a large project I was doing for a walkway. I was expecting to need to buy 4-5 but wanted to see how the first one did.. I never needed to buy an additional one and its actually still in the garage ready to be used again!

A previous comment stated about chipping, I suppose for certain materials it would but I was cutting through 60 year old brick and it did just fine, it also went through Home Depot stepping stones without chipping. YMMV with chipout but for me I didn't get any outside of the occasional screwup that'd happen with any blade I used (for example a brick that already had structural problems did indeed chip a bit).

For 99.99999% of you out there, I believe if you're working with masonry for a home DIY project, this will do just fine! I would not use this blade on anything like ceramic though, there I think you would face issues for sure (could be wrong).
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Would this be good for cutting Quartz or Marble? I have a bathroom counter that I need to cut down to fit.
I believe you are going to do better with a continuous rim blade for less to no chipping.... these have ribbed edges. Now, if you are going to caulk the cut joint at a wall, these will work if you cut with a circular saw from the backside to minimize chipping.... the blade is coming up.
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Would this be good for cutting Quartz or Marble? I have a bathroom counter that I need to cut down to fit.
I used this exact blade to cut my marble sidesplash with a miter saw. Tape the cut area to help prevent chipping and always cut on the finished side...
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Perfect! My wife said she wanted diamonds for our anniversary. These are the cheapest diamonds on SD!
let me guess- your wife's name is Lucy...🙂
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I ordered one of these for a flooring job recently, and whoever packed it sent me the whole vendor pack. I ended up receiving a 10 pack of blades for the like $8. See if I ever use all of them
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Would this be good for cutting Quartz or Marble? I have a bathroom counter that I need to cut down to fit.
Yes it will cut either cut it outside though
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Price now up to $15.22
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Ugh, too late, it appears....
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