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Avanti Pro 7 in. Segmented Diamond Blade
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Avanti Pro

7 in. Segmented Diamond Blade

  • Works for both dry and wet cutting
  • Ideal for cutting pavers, block, brick and concrete
  • Delivers 8700 RPM for powerful performance
$15.97 /each

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The AvantiPRO 7 in. Segmented Diamond Blade provides the best cutting performance and long life for all of your DIY projects. Use the segmented rim blade for fast and agressive cuts on concrete, brick, block, stone, and stucco. This blade will fit most 7 in. angle grinders and circular saws.

  • Segmented rim
  • Ideal for aggressive cutting of concrete, brick, block, stone, and stucco
  • Provides fast aggressive cutting
  • Fits 7 in. angle grinders and circular saws
  • DM 7/8 in. - 5/8 in. arbor
  • MAX RPM 8,730
  • Dry or wet cutting

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Customer Questions & Answers

can this blade be used in a regular circular power saw

Asked by: John
Yes. I purchased an new circular saw to use this blade on and it worked well.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2016-10-25

CAN THIS BLADE BE USED WITH ATABLE SAW?

Asked by: EDDIEJAC
not made for it but if its a seven inch blades you could use it. Id be really careful using it with a table saw
Answered by: shocker
Date published: 2016-10-25

Angle Grinder

I have a 7 inch dewalt angle grinder... this can be used with that right?
Asked by: Leo
yes
Answered by: shocker
Date published: 2016-10-25

Can i use this blade to cut marble

Asked by: bump
probably since it is a diamond blades
Answered by: shocker
Date published: 2016-10-25
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Customer Reviews

7 in. Segmented Diamond Blade is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 79.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not sure I put this on a standard compound bevel sliding chop saw meant for wood working... And then started cutting concrete garden blocks... It cut the first few just fine, but cut less effectively shortly thereafter... I don't have the experience to say why this was. It could'a been me or something I did or didn't do right... Blade wear was minimal but I only made a couple dozen cuts... Yet the last ten were hard... I don't see how it could have been the chop saw's fault. Who cares what power head is spinning the blade. I'll have to use it again eventually, but if it disappoints me off one more time, I will find out why from a real masonry man..
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Awful. Cut about 2 feet (1 inch) of concrete before the blade spun on the arbor. The 5/8 adapter... Awful. Cut about 2 feet (1 inch) of concrete before the blade spun on the arbor. The 5/8 adapter washer is pressed into the diamond shaped hole and held with tiny teeth. These teeth soon broke loose and tightening mounting nut did not hold blade. I measured 5/8 washer and it was slightly thicker than the blade so it seemed that the saw mounting washer only tightened on the washer, not the blade. Using a flat file I reduced the thickness of the 5/8th washer by about .002". I still didn't work. If I leave the 5/8 washer out I can tighten the blade just fine (but, of course can't center it on arbor). It seems the 5/8 washer needs to be thinner, but I gave up at this point and bought a different blade. I've got concrete to cut.
Date published: 2017-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cuts Mexican Pavers/Tile This blade was used on my circular saw to dry cut about a dozen Mexican pavers in a kitchen remodel we just finished. Both to remove some off the floor for cabinet install and add some to another area. Very smooth, sharp, exact edges to the tile with no chips. However, you may wish to tape your cut line to make sure of no chipping. Just take your time, let the blade do the work. A lot of dust will occur so if inside use a vacuum at point of cutting. The best is to seal off the area with plastic.
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from really did the job I was helping my son put Bluestone treads on his old concrete steps. Used this blade in an old circular saw to cut about 20 cuts through the stone, 1.5 inches thick, dry and it held up very well. The price was so good, if it just wore out on this one job I'd be happy, but still cuts. Not sure why but I had to take the diamond shaped arbor from an old blade to get it to tighten in my saw. Nice tool, a 15 minute trip to HD and back home got me up and running to finish when my first HF wore out.
Date published: 2016-09-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome blade for concrete I bought two of these blades thinking I'd be going through them quickly. I was wrong. I was cutting out a concrete walkway slab (NOT a paver) 5" thick, 2 cuts each about 36" long . I used a 2.5 amp Skill circular saw. Set the blade depth to 1 1/2" and started out cutting. Like a previous revue said, let the blade do the work. Cut through with ease and the saw barely slowed down. Made two more passes to the maximum depth the saw would allow and it never skipped a beat. Lots of dust, of course, but it sure made easy work on that concrete. Haven't taken the second blade out of the package yet...no need but will keep it handy just in case.
Date published: 2016-03-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I have only used this blade once so far. It worked very well for me and cut through my concreted ... I have only used this blade once so far. It worked very well for me and cut through my concreted siding like a champ. I am looking forward to see how long the blade will last. I have been very happy with other Avanti blades I have purchased. Good quality. The only reason I am not giving the product a 5 star rating is because I have not used it enough.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works wet or dry Water pump on the tile saw quit close to the end of the project, finished up with a dry blade on 1.625 inch pavers and still worked well although slower than with water. With water the run takes about 30 to 40 seconds a cut. Have product rating at a 4 because the bade seemed to have dulled a little too much after about 15 minutes of cutting.
Date published: 2016-10-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly what I needed... I needed a blade that would fit my Skill saw and would help me make custom cuts in old used red brick. This blade did the trick. I found that it works best by slowly cutting a 1/4" deep curf on both sides of the brick (or around all 4 surfaces if I needed to make a "thinner" brick) then striking with a masonry chisel.
Date published: 2016-08-23
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