T3 Razor 10" Diamond Blade

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Product Details

Product Details

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.


  • Thin kerf for fast and chip-free cuts
  • Thick "Super Core" allows for precise straight cuts without any blade wobble while reducing noise
  • Cuts ceramic tile, porcelain, marble, granite, engineered stone, and natural stone
  • Soft-bonded rim cuts hard materials easily

Technical Specifications

  • Rim Height 10mm (25/64")
  • Kerf 0.050"
  • Maximum RPM 6,115
  • Arbor: 5/8"

Not Recommended for the following

Due to the thicker core this blade cannot be used for

  • Miter Cuts
  • Clean-out cuts
  • Tip-up cuts

Hard GraniteGood
GlassNot Recommended
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9/14/2015 8:19 am

7777 10" t3 Razor Diamond Blade

by jay s

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 !

10/27/2015 10:09 am

Chips at the end of the cut

by NW Tile

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.

11/23/2015 4:06 pm

Core Separated! Blade chipped!

by Antstaller

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.

11/23/2015 4:24 pm

Quality control is awful

by Mudmixer -

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.

2/1/2017 11:32 pm

I love it

by Serghei

great blade

6/8/2019 10:35 pm

Worth every penny

by R

Nearly flawless blade. When you notice small chips finally showing, dress from L & R sides (not feeding the dressing stone straight in like tile)--a little goes a long way.

I'm cutting 8"x48" hard, extremely well-rectified, faux-wood porcelain. Compared to Pearl (poor), Platinum (also poor), and Dewalt XPR (worst).

Glad I tried it, now I know what's worth the $$ and what isn't. I've ordered several T3 now for my 2500 square foot tile job, and will be ordering several more to finish the job.