Model # 6-1008BW

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QEP 10 in. Black Widow Micro-Segmented Diamond Blade for Porcelain and Ceramic Tile
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QEP

10 in. Black Widow Micro-Segmented Diamond Blade for Porcelain and Ceramic Tile

$3915 /each

Product Overview

The QEP Black Widow Diamond Blade is a premier blade for very fast, chip-and wobble-free cutting of porcelain, marble, granite and ceramic tile. The unique diamond-shaped micro segmented laser cutouts around the perimeter keep the blade cooler for superior performance and a longer life. In fact, independent testing has shown that the total average cut speed for the Black Widow blade is 17.14 seconds; faster than other porcelain cutting blades on the market today.
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Product Overview

The QEP Black Widow Diamond Blade is a premier blade for very fast, chip-and wobble-free cutting of porcelain, marble, granite and ceramic tile. The unique diamond-shaped micro segmented laser cutouts around the perimeter keep the blade cooler for superior performance and a longer life. In fact, independent testing has shown that the total average cut speed for the Black Widow blade is 17.14 seconds; faster than other porcelain cutting blades on the market today.
  • Porcelain certified diamond blade
  • High quality steel with diamond rim
  • Unique diamond-shaped laser cutouts keep blade cooler
  • 7 mm high rim is larger than standard blades and extends blade life
  • 5/8 in. arbor size
  • 6,115 maximum RPM

Product Overview

Model #: 6-1008BW
Internet #: 202504032

The QEP Black Widow Diamond Blade is a premier blade for very fast, chip-and wobble-free cutting of porcelain, marble, granite and ceramic tile. The unique diamond-shaped micro segmented laser cutouts around the perimeter keep the blade cooler for superior performance and a longer life. In fact, independent testing has shown that the total average cut speed for the Black Widow blade is 17.14 seconds; faster than other porcelain cutting blades on the market today.

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  • Porcelain certified diamond blade
  • High quality steel with diamond rim
  • Unique diamond-shaped laser cutouts keep blade cooler
  • 7 mm high rim is larger than standard blades and extends blade life
  • 5/8 in. arbor size
  • 6,115 maximum RPM

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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade thickness (in.)
.06
Product Width (in.)
10
Saw blade diameter (in.)
10

Details

Dry/wet use
Wet
Flooring Product Type
Porcelain Floor/Wall Tile
Material Cut
Multi-Purpose
Product Weight (lb.)
0.8lb
Returnable
90-Day
Saw Blade Material
Diamond
Tile Tool Type
Replacement Blades
Tool Type
Saw Blade
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
To be free from manufacturing defects

Specifications

Dimensions

Blade thickness (in.)
.06
Product Width (in.)
10
Saw blade diameter (in.)
10

Details

Dry/wet use
Wet
Flooring Product Type
Porcelain Floor/Wall Tile
Material Cut
Multi-Purpose
Product Weight (lb.)
0.8lb
Returnable
90-Day
Saw Blade Material
Diamond
Tile Tool Type
Replacement Blades
Tool Type
Saw Blade
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
To be free from manufacturing defects

Questions & Answers

Can this blade be used for cutting onyx tiles?

Can this blade be used for cutting onyx tiles?
Asked by: Dan
It should do as porcelain tiles are harder.
Answered by: duathlonrocket
Date published: 2017-05-30

what is the holliday savings on the 10" black Widow porclin tile cutting saw blade?

Asked by: joel
You would need to look at the store circular or check their website.
Answered by: ClaireS
Date published: 2015-11-04

What is the arbor size, is it 5/8"?

Asked by: Tileguy
Hi Yes it is 5/8" Thank you
Answered by: BrandAnswers
Date published: 2017-08-03

Would this blade be suitable for cutting Glass tile or is there a better one?

Asked by: InnaFriendZ
I would use a specific glass cutting blade but I have used it to cut a mix of glass, stone and aluminum strip backsplash tiles. The glass strips have a tendency to cut half way through and then split the rest, leaving a bit of a jagged edge. This is not usually a problem as it will be for the most part hidden behind either a wall receptacle cover plate or a J trim end.
Answered by: duathlonrocket
Date published: 2017-05-30
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Customer Reviews

10 in. Black Widow Micro-Segmented Diamond Blade for Porcelain and Ceramic Tile is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I have come to believe that in tile saw blades, you get what you pay for. Started this very large... I have come to believe that in tile saw blades, you get what you pay for. Started this very large (850 sq ft) porcelain tile project with a new saw and a cheap blade that came with it. Lasted maybe 150 sq ft before it started cracking tiles and never really slid through the tile like I wanted. Then I got a very nice ~$70 blade and it was great. Got about another 450 sq ft before it got dull. Now I'm using this one. Immediately, it is not as slick as the more expensive blade in terms of feel, but I don't have much to go on this project and tried this one just to finish as well as for some value, as the price was quite good and the reviews good too. So far so good. Better to ask the question in a week or so - project is being done mostly on weekends at the lake house.
Date published: 2017-06-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It started off cutting ok with minimal edge chipping. However, after nearly finishing a 100sq ft ... It started off cutting ok with minimal edge chipping. However, after nearly finishing a 100sq ft bathroom with shower and floor tile, it is now leaving more chips. I would have expected it to last longer than one job at this price, so you must budget a new blade for every job.
Date published: 2017-05-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Unacceptable amount of chipping compared to the old DeWalt blade that I was replacing. Unacceptable amount of chipping compared to the old DeWalt blade that I was replacing.
Date published: 2017-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome blade I started out with one of those $50 7" tile saws, but I decided to go with a bigger saw for a bigger remodel. So, I bought the "2.5 Horsepower 10 In. Industrial Tile/Brick Saw" from Harbor Freight, which was supposedly a great tile saw from all the glowing reviews. The problem was I also picked up Harbor Freight's tile blade. Their blade was terrible. It wouldn't cut. Instead the 2.5 horsepower pulled the tile underneath the saw, cracked it, and with sheer force the tile flew across the room, hit my dryer and brook the dryer's handle. I could have killed someone! It happened over and over again. Being rather disappointed in my new tile saw that I spent hundreds on, I thought it was worth it to see if the blade was the problem. I picked this blade over the Dewalt considering all the reviews on Amazon, and I'm glad I did. This blade was night and day. It cut 18" Porcelain tile like butter. The edges were perfect with no chipping anywhere -- not even once out of over 100 cuts (each cut varying from 5 to 24 inches). I'm remodeling three bathrooms from floor to ceiling with porcelain tiles, and after 2 bathrooms the blade has begun to dull. The cutting speed is a bit slower now, so I'm going to pick up another Black Widow blade for the last bathroom. I had no idea that cutting tile could be so easy.
Date published: 2014-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A must have for porcelain tile In a recent kitchen remodel I installed 18” x 18” porcelain tiles with stone trim. The average diamond blade leaves unsightly chips along the cut edge of porcelain but gives a clean cut on stone. I had bought this special blade specifically for the porcelain tile cuts and I am happy that I did. The cuts were the cleanest I have ever seen having only micro-chips along the edge, almost unnoticeable. I had prepared for this as well having bought an Archer #200 grit dry diamond polishing pad. Just a few passes with the pad at medium speed on my drill and the edge looked and felt like a factory finish. I highly recommend this blade for super clean cuts.
Date published: 2016-03-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This may be one of the first review I ever... This may be one of the first review I ever wrote....Love this blade! Running it on a MK tile saw cutting porcelain tile. When needed I will buy this one again!
Date published: 2017-02-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great blade with no splintering This is a really nice blade for the nicer pocelain tile. I had my normal diamond blade but it was causing a ton of chipping and splintering on the porcelain and also my glass tile blocks but when I switched over to this blade I got great cuts without the problems from the older blade. Now with that said it's possible the other blade was just a little older but I don't remember it cutting quite this nice even when new.
Date published: 2016-03-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from (Not) Steady as She Goes Purchased this blade at the request of my stone mechanic extraordinaire (aka "Tile Guy") to cut black granite 12" X 12" pieces into 3" wide strips on his very expensive Ridgid wet saw. The second we installed it, it wobbled terribly, and my guy drove to Home Depot and bought a Dewalt one for a few dollars more. Disappointing. Also, my tile guy is not a wacko. His work has been featured in Architectural Digest, and he's won awards at Coverings (Google this) many times, so what he's saying about the blade is legit.
Date published: 2016-06-14
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