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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
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$1797

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Product Overview

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 aggressive cuts on concrete, brick, block, stone, and stucco. This blade will fit most 7 in. angle grinders and circular saws.
  • California residents
  • 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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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Diameter
7
Diameter (in.)
7 in

Details

Blade Diameter (in.)
7
Blade Type
Diamond
Color Family
Silver
Ideally Used With
Angle Grinders
Material Cut
Multi-Purpose
Number in Package
1
Power Tool Accessory Type
Circular Saw Blade
Returnable
180-Day
Rim Type
Segmented
Saw Blade Material
Diamond
Teeth Per Inch
0
Tool Type
Saw Blade
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

25Questions41Answers

is this blade acceptable for cutting out a section of my asphalt driveway?

Asked by JWeisler September 10, 2020
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I doubt it. It cut concrete blocks and concrete fine, but i doubt it would cut asphalt. I think the heat would melt the asphalt and it would stick to the blade and gum it up.

Will this fit on the Ryobi 7/14 inch brushless circular saw?

Asked by Vk July 11, 2020
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Yes I used it on my saw cut fast with a very clean finish. Cut several 2" thick bricks

Will this work on asphalt?

Asked by SunMan June 10, 2020
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Yes. Use some water to keep it cool since the asphalt will get gooey if it gets hot. It’ll keep the blade cool too and it’ll last longer. Wear safety glasses and gloves. Etc. Good luck!

what kind of circular saw blade can I use to cut Styrofoam sections

Asked by Jose June 6, 2020
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Don’t waste money on this blade which is for stone products. Use the cheapest tooth blade you can find.

can you use water with this to cut down on the dust?

Asked by Rick June 2, 2020
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I used with and without water and was fine either way.

Will this cut porcelain tile

Asked by CuriousDiy May 21, 2020
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Yes. I’ve used it for that. Obviously not as accurate as a tile table saw. But it works.

Will this cut a 4 Inch Cast Iron pipe??

Asked by MICHAEL April 25, 2020
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This is a concrete cutting blade, not a metal cutting blade.

what tool do you recommend to use this disc? I need to cut brick to install a window.

Asked by Zulma April 9, 2020
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I'm sure your done by know. However I installed it on my Ryobi brushless circular saw and went through several bricks no problem.

will this work on quartz countertop ??

Asked by Les January 16, 2020
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Yes good work

can I cut granite countertop with this

Asked by Eddiemc24 January 5, 2020
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I suggest you ask this question of a granite countertop installer.

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Saved me a $150 asphalt saw rental!
I was skeptical. Cutting asphalt with a circular saw. Ended up cutting 2 approx 14x14 holes in my asphalt drive to put posts in for a gate. Asphalt was anywhere from 2-3” thick. Ran a slow stream of water on the pavement where I was cutting, plugged the saw into a gfci receptacle (in case water got where it wasn’t supposed to while sawing) and kept the cord well away from the water. Worked slow, but as someone said, deliberate, and it cut like butter. Used a 7 1/4 Ryobi 15 amp regular circular saw, put the front edge of the shoe on the pavement, pulled the trigger and moved the blade guard up out of the way and did a slow plunge cut, then pushed it like you’d cut anything, kept just enough pressure forward to let the saw work, but didn’t force it. Hit the corners with a thin wide chisel... and the pieces came right out. Had the depth set to about 2 1/2”, never hit dirt or rock with the blade. Great blade for small stuff. Saw a couple comments about the arbor spacer in the middle. It’s brass, and mine came out, but I tapped it back in place gently with a finish nail hammer and was gentle putting the blade on the saw, and had no problem. If you cannot figure out how to do that... you probably don’t need to be cutting asphalt.
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Great blade, don't belive the bad reviews.
Used this blade to cut a ton of concrete pavers that were 2.5" thick. I was worried about the purchase because the reviews stated the arbor would pop off and the blade would not be secure. I used the blade in a 12amp 7.25" Skillsaw with no problems. Because of the dust I did run a trickle of water from my hose to help repress the dust. I have included pictures of the blade prior to all the cuts.
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Cuts through the cement stone retaining wall with no problem.
Cuts through the cement stone retaining wall with no problem.
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I used this 7" AvantiPRO segmented blade to cut both Belgian block and a large granite stone. I ...
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I used this 7" AvantiPRO segmented blade to cut both Belgian block and a large granite stone. I used it with a Dewalt battery operated 7 1/2" skill saw and it did a great job of cutting thru both types of stones. There was a large amount of dust, so if you can, use a little water & it will cut down the dust big time. Make sure to use eye protection & a respirator. In my case I had a large granite bolder that was in the way of laying Belgian block. I used this blade to cut slats about 1" apart on the top of the stone and then used my Milwaukee 4 1/2"- 5" M18 grinder with the same type of blade to cut horizontally. I then took a cold chisel to knock off the pieces of stone. For cutting the Belgian block I scored all around the block about 1/2" down with the blade and then used a small 1" cold chisel in the scored line and whacked it with a one handed 2LB Estwing sledge hammer. The block broke cleanly off right on the scored line (see pic below). This blade is a real bargain, I remember when carbide wood blades cost more than this diamond one does! LOL..If you found this review helpful please check the box, Thanks! MikeTheReviewer
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This blade is advertised as being able to cut faster than the "turbo" blades. I did not notice a...
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This blade is advertised as being able to cut faster than the "turbo" blades. I did not notice any ability to cut any faster, having used both blades. While cutting a 4 inch thick slab with no steel reinforcement, this blade lasted for only a few feet before the diamond coating was completely worn a way to bare steel. The turbo blade lasted far longer, and costs less.
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This thing was amazing, worth it's weight in gold. Cut through 3" concrete like butter. Strapped ...
This thing was amazing, worth it's weight in gold. Cut through 3" concrete like butter. Strapped it to my rigid 7" circular saw (not even the worm drive model) and it flew right through the floor. I also tried, http://www.homedepot.com/p/Avanti-Pro-7-in-x-1-8-in-x-5-8-in-Masonry-Cut-Off-Disc-PBD070125L01C/202831047 but that blade just burnt up and was at about 4" after my first 4' cut. One recommendation, follow all recommendations, but we the blade down if possible, really keeps the dust to a minimum (and obviously buy/wear a dust mask).
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DOES A GOOD JOB!
Used it to cut concrete pavers. I cut all of them dry and the blade was still cutting like new at the end of the job. I cut the full thickness of the pavers with a circular saw and had no problems. It was as easy as cutting wood with a circular saw.
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Take it slow and it lasts for days
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Cut a dozen yards of both brand new and thirty year old concrete. Cuts well, both wet and dry, and no noticeable blade degredation with cuts at about 3/4" deep and 1 yard per minute with frequent stops for cooling. If you push it too fast you'll smell the steel burning, but take it slow and this blade will last you for a good long while.
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Diamond tipped saw blades
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With only a 7 inch circular saw I used this blade to cut my soapstone countertops. It worked great and didn't take too long to make the cuts.
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Very impressed
I put in a paver patio and small retaining wall with a bench top. With this blade, I cut roughly 25 linear feet of pavers that were 2-3/8" thick, four retaining blocks 6" thick, and also completed a miter cut on the retaining wall cap that I used as a bench. This blade handled them all on a circular saw. I did use a light mist from the garden hose on most of the cuts. With the pavers and caps- the blade cut right through. For the retaining blocks, I had to cut to full depth on one side, flip it over and cut on the other side, then tap a chisel to split the block along my cuts. I did start cautiously by setting the blade depth to less than an inch and progressively working up to full hilt, but I quickly realized that this blade would go right through at full depth. It has no problem scoring the retaining block. At less than $20, I was able to make all of the cuts to complete my project.
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