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Model #C70S7

Store SKU #617110

7 in. Diamond Tile Circular Saw Blade

  • Compatible for use with 7 in. wet tile saw with a 5/8 in. arbor
  • Steel construction with a diamond edge for durability, strength
  • Ideal for cutting ceramic tile, porcelain tile and marble
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Product Overview

The KING DIAMOND 7 in. Continuous Rim Diamond Blade is the perfect choice for DIYers that need a blade that is made to last. Great for fast and consistent cutting of ceramic tile, porcelain tile, and marble. For use on a 7 in. wet tile saw with a 5/8 in. arbor.
  • California residents
  • Continuous rim
  • Suitable for cutting ceramic tile, porcelain tile, and marble
  • Designed for fast chip-free cutting
  • Fits 7 in. wet tile saws
  • 5/8 in. arbor
  • MAX RPM 8,730
  • 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
Tile Saws
Material Cut
Tile (wet or dry)
Number in Package
1
Power Tool Accessory Type
Circular Saw Blade
Returnable
180-Day
Rim Type
Continuous
Saw Blade Material
Diamond
Teeth Per Inch
0
Tool Type
Saw Blade

Questions & Answers

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what blade do I need to cut granite?

Asked by learpytrout April 30, 2018
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Wet cut, diamond blade.

can you use it in a chop saw

Asked by beginner March 10, 2017
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Yes, although Diamond blades greate alot of heat causing the blade to dull faster. For longer blade life, use a wet saw.

Can i use this blade dry

Asked by Yaga21 June 29, 2016
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Yes, creates a little dust, wear glasses and maybe a mask if cutting inside...I used it outside with no mask.

Is there any difference as to which side should face out?

Asked by bacarey6 July 22, 2015
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Absolutely YES! You will see a pair of small arrows right next to the center hub of the blade and it will show you the proper direction. I hope this helps, And Good Luck with your project. Dwayne

Can I use this to cut stone venner?

Asked by Al March 5, 2018
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It should cut anything that is considered masonry or stone

can this saw blade cut mosaic tile.

Asked by Dave February 15, 2017
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Yes but you have to press and hold the tile tightly so that the individual tile pieces don't shift as you move the tile thru the blade.

How many cuts expected from 7 inch blade

Asked by Don August 3, 2017
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will stay sharp for a long time it will do a lot of tile flooring in backsplashes

Can this blade cut slate 1 1/2 thick.

Asked by Stu August 30, 2018
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I guess it depends on your machine. I have a skill saw table top tile cutter and the blade protrudes 11/2" so it would work.

Can I use Item # 617-110 to cut glass smoothly

Asked by Sam November 22, 2017
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I used this 7 in. diamond blade on my $99 wet saw and cut my glass backsplash tile and was extremely happy how clean of a cut I got. You probably already know this, but cutting glass tile like this it is very important to go easy with your cut and of course ease into each cut. I did 21 feet length of backslash and 15 inches high was the glass tile mesh. The tile I was cutting cost me over $1500 total so it was very important not to waste any tile. I got almost no chips with my cuts, the only chips I saw were small enough to still use and were my fault by not being careful. I included a picture to show the tile I was cutting. Easily cut around the outlets.

Can this blade be used dry?

Asked by dhwco March 7, 2020
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It can be used dry, it probably won’t last as long

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I just bought this blade to replace a King Diamond I have worn down to the metal. I cut an entire bathroom that had toiled walls wet and dry and a 100s of 5 inch squares for a unique front porch project.
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works great on porcelaine
Works great it will jam up here and there but good quality for the price
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It cut as expected.
It cut as expected.
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I just finished a big tile job in our master bath and shower. My old saw blade was chipping the t...
I just finished a big tile job in our master bath and shower. My old saw blade was chipping the tile something awful. I read the reviews on this blade and decided t give it a try. It certainly chipped less than my old blade but the reviews that state that it gives "a clean cut" have a different standard for "clean cut" than I do. It still chips but the chips are smaller, for sure. If you are looking for a real clean cut, you may want to try a top quality blade. I would grade this as "above average".
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I bought the blade along with a ryobi tile saw i was using to cut 1/2" thick slate and was amaze...
I bought the blade along with a ryobi tile saw i was using to cut 1/2" thick slate and was amazed how well it cut would recommend the blade and ryobi tile saw for any tile cutting.
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I bought this new blade because of a porcelain tile job that I was on had some extremely difficul...
I bought this new blade because of a porcelain tile job that I was on had some extremely difficult tile to cut. It did a very good job. However on the next job that I did using this blade it was just an average hardened porcelain tile and it cut through it like butter. I was extremely satisfied I would definitely recommend this blade.
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I have a cheap H. Freight wet saw, and was using a blade from there, with frustrating results. Th...
I have a cheap H. Freight wet saw, and was using a blade from there, with frustrating results. Then after our kitchen back splash jobs ok results (chipped cuts), I bought this one from our local HD store, and it was love at first cut. It showed me the issue was with my old "wider" blade. So if you'd torqued off about the chipping your cheap wet saw is getting, pop for one of these and chances are you'll appreciate your wet saw again! (I'd just pick up one of HD's cheaper wet saws, especially if it comes with a blade. I'll show the saw I used). Here's a picture of some of the cuts made. As far as I can tell, this mosaic tile is a pretty tuff one to keep from chipping, but it passed this DIY'ers cut. (It's going to be on an accent row in a bath surround, and going around and into the recessed box we made for it, so if I pull it off, this should look really nice). Good luck, Tom
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Cincinnati, OH
Good quality tile saw.
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I recently installed ceramic tile in my kitchen, dining nook, hallway and laundry area, about 250 square feet in total. I installed 13 inch tiles. With a number of cabinets, cut-out areas for stove, refrigerator, dishwasher plus a food pantry and the the laundry area, there were numerous cuts that needed to be made. From start to finish, the blade performed flawlessly. There were some cut edges that were exposed that needed to be chip-free and very smooth. This blade was able to make those cuts easily. Of course you have to have a decent-quality saw and you can't rush through the cutting process...slow and steady will provide an excellent cut every time.
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Great product!
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My husband and I were a little intimidated to tile our eat-in kitchen, living room and hall way ourselves but we were determined to get it done! We needed a high quality blade for our borrowed tile saw but we were also on a budget. This worked out great. We had dozens of tiles to cut but each one was cut with a clean edge. We recommend it to anyone tiling themselves!
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