being the owner of commercial tile company, i tend to go through a decent amount of blades, since they are obviously necessary for our line of work I need to get a blade that will last long and be reliable. for the price of a blade at this quality is one of the best buys you can invest in. clean cuts, fast and it can make deep cuts
T3 Razor 10" Diamond Blade
The "Triple Threat" T3 Razor diamond blade features a thin continuous rim and reinforced core for fast and precise cuts through ceramic tile, porcelain, granite, marble, natural stone, and engineered stone.
T3 Razor Features
- Thin kerf (.05" thickness) for chip-free precision cuts
- Thick "Super Core" allows for precise straight cuts without any blade wobble while reducing noice.
- Cuts ceramic tile, porcelain, marble, granite, engineered stone, and natural stone
- Soft-bonded rim cuts hard materials easily
- Arbor: 5/8"
- Rim Height: 10 mm
- Kerf: 0.05"
- For even longer blade life, and prolonged peak performance, use the Solid Gold Dressing Stone - This specially formatted grit sharpening stone is designed to not only sharpen but reactivate diamond blades
- The T3 Razor should be used for STRAIGHT CUTS ONLY. Tip up cuts, clean out cuts, and shaping can cause damage to the blade
Ratings & Reviews
Most Helpful Reviews
As a pro, I highly recommend this T3 blade. I use a 10" Dewalt saw and this blade cuts through 24" PEI 5 porcelain tiles with ease...much better than the DeWalt blade by far. Also reduces wear and tear on the saw by reducing force needed to cut. Nice, clean, chip free cuts. Wish it was less expensive, but quality don't cost....it pays!
This is without a doubt the best blade I have ever used. Slices through super hard porcelain with ease. I laughed the whole first day every time I made a cut ! Worth every penny and then some ! You'll be very glad you ordered it !
Awesome blade for tile guy. Best on market. Cuts tile straight and quickly
These blades perform well down to the nub and as always zero deflection due to reinforced center. Long life and decent price. What else could u ask for?
Best blade i ever owned
works great with glass too
Hands Down, the best blade on the market. Cuts true, has zero wobble!
This blade cuts everything we throw at it with complete accuracy. From the hardest porcelain to granite, it glides through with no chipping. We use it for everything as it cuts ceramic tile like butter.
the best blade I ever used (14 years in business ) strait cut chip free ,
I have been tiling since 1989. I tried almost every blade out there to cut porcelin. They all bend, giving less than accurate cuts This blade is by far the best. It allows your saw to cut straight. You can even shave porcelin tile without pushing on the blade with your finger. I hope they don't change the design of this blade, because it works great.
After tiling for 20 years, ive finally found a blade that is powerful, quiet and cuts with extreme precision. This is my blade forever!!
This is the best blade we have ever used for cutting all types of stone, porcelain etc. I highly recommend for its precision, quietness and superior cutting ability and long wear. A++++
This is the BEST blade Ive ever used. it cuts through porcelain twice as fast. it also is quiet. its also a great glass blade leaving a chip free cut. I do almost all high end work on Cape Cod and would not use another blade. Buy this blade you wont be sorry. Nick Korniotes www.totaltilecapecod.com
Never used a blade that cuts as clean with no chips and cuts like butter after over three hundred cuts. I will know longer opt for the lower end blades. I do High end marble, granite and tile. This is the best blade for pro's.
Great Blade! This is by far the best blade I've ever used.
This blade was the third T3 I have purchased. The first 2 blades worked great. Straight fast cuts with little if any chipping of glaze. I bought another saw for a large job so I bought a second blade. I used it for a few hours but it was not working as the last one had. The third was chipping the tile and blade had a lot of deflection while cutting causing it to chip the glaze and the blade eventually blew up losing pieces of the diamond ring. I had to finish with the old warn T3 which still cut better than the second new blade. I'm sorry but I would not recommend this blade to any one. You will either get a great blade or horrible one and be forced to leave the job site to go buy another one.
I have been doing tile for a long time I have been through tons of brands and blades until I came across this one. I recommend this blade to anyone that has to make cuts everyday and wears down their blades
smooth, fast cuts
Having been setting tile since 1977, I have seen blades come and go.
I hope this is not the case with this jewel. It is a prince of a blade. Buttery smooth cuts, great balance, and a thin kerf. It doesn't like to be used with a sideways pressure, but I can live with that. Added bonus that it is over $20 cheaper from Contractors Direct, makes it a big winner. Russo Rocks!
Had bought this blade from a local supplier after around 150+ ft. of some pretty tough porcelain a piece of the blade flew off! I took the blade off and saw a piece of the rim missing and the thicker core was separating from the blade. I called my supplier he said to call the manufacturer they basically blamed me and said it was user error and refused to make good on the blade ( I was given a partial credit from my local supplier). Better than nothing I guess. I just saw on a Facebook group that this was a common problem around the same time and looks like they all received refunds. Guess it is about who you know.
This blade cuts very fast and the cut is very clean until I reach the end of the tile. For some reason at the end of the cut the tile blows out I tried on 7 different tiles before I switched to the Pearl DTL blade. I adjusted the blade depth in order to avoid this but to no avail. The end result is a tile cut very quickly but not as clean as I need for a cut that will be exposed. The Pearl blade which last much longer but did not cut as fast gave me a much cleaner cut.
The blade is ok I was expecting a blade that was going to revolutionize tile cutting. The major downfall I see with this blade off the bat is that you cant lift the tile (making a cutout) the thick core gets in the way. The blade is so thin which means it cuts fast however this is not always optimal as it was creating some deflection and chipping the material. The blade is OK and I will continue to use it but is does match up with the Pearl (lime green blade) or the Alpha Porcellana. PS Contractors Direct rocks!!!