April 5, 2016

PR Diamond


There are cutting tools and there are cutting tools. PR Diamond deals with the italicized version, which basically means anything that can chew through 10-inches of concrete. The majority of their gear is diamond-oriented, whether it's a diamond saw blade or a core bit. They have an online store and it looks like they sell tools from other manufacturers, but that the bits, blades, and accessories are their own.

In looking closer at their selection, it appears they've got some wood cutting blades in addition to all of their other specialty gear. It's really worth a few minutes to wander around their site for a bit to see what they have (like asphalt core bits and granite saw blades). Also check out the diamond chainsaws, just so you can sit and image the amount of havoc you could wreak.

One thing that's cool and worth noting is that they give their blades a 1-year warranty from factory defects. This is especially nice considering that gear of this nature doesn't come cheap.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at April 5, 2016 4:35 AM
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