Montolit Perfetto Porcelain Tile Blade

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Product Details

Product Details

Montolit Perfetto 10" Wet Tile Blade

This continuous rim is designed to obtain a factory-like edge when cutting glass, hard porcelain and ceramic tile. The dense diamond matrix helps to minimize the risk of chipping at the cut edge of the tile.


  • Wet cut only
  • Ultra fine diamond is ideal for cutting glass, ceramic, granite, marble, hard porcelain, and glazed porcelain tile
  • Achieve a factory-like cut edge with chip free cutting on exposed edge tiles

Technical Specifications

  • Rim Height 10 mm
  • Kerf 0.080"
  • Maximum RPM 6,115
  • Arbor 5/8" - 1"

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2/21/2018 10:21 pm

don't buy

by db

I bought this blade to try without finding any reviews. What a disappointment and waste of $102. There are blades costing half as much that greatly outperform this blade. I've tried many brands and can say this is the worst blade for the price on the market. Yes, it does give a smooth finish cut, but durability and ease of cutting is terrible. I had to run through a conditioning stone about every 6 cuts on 12x24 Italian porcelain. Pulled out an old beat up blade, ran it through a stone and it cut much better than this brand new Montolit. Wears out extremely fast and cuts slower than any other blade I've used. Montolit makes a decent cutter, but can not recommend buying their blades. Would return it if I could.

9/10/2018 2:17 pm

Slow slow slow

by Marv

Slowest blade ever, hands down gives the cleanest cut I've ever seen but at the cost of 3-4 times longer than a normal porcelain blade. Immediately pulled this off the saw and will keep it for those specialty glass jobs. They should not be marketing this for porcelain or natural stone. Way way too slow.

9/10/2018 3:47 pm

Specialty Blade

by Tiles by Myles

This blade cuts very slow but very clean so I only use it for specialty cuts on difficult material. I have been dressing the blade every 40 liner feet or so using the Gold dressing stone and it helps with the speed. I would recommend this blade for tiles that tend to chip .

12/18/2018 5:41 pm

Glass and ceramic Blade

by Sol

This blade is meant for glass and ceramic not porcelain. Super clean cuts on glass tile.

8/9/2021 10:29 pm

Great blade

by Dave

Special blade for when the cuts need to be perfect, very clean cut.

8/10/2022 8:04 pm


by Frank

Terribly slow cutting marble.