i cut retaining wall blocks (4' thick) with a circular saw (diamond blade $15-20). a brick cutter (hydraulic and not neat enough for pavers) or the angle grinder.
the dewalt 4-1/2 in. concrete and brick diamond circular saw blade is designed for dry or wet cutting. it features heavy-duty metal construction and a hard,Get Price
circular saw won't gain you much. maneuverability is poor, meaning you're stuck cutting through the material in a big bite. a 7' angle grinderGet Price
diamond hard premium plus circular saw blade for pavers, soft brick, and use to make wet or dry cuts; for use with large angle grinders and circular sawsGet Price
i tried a chop saw with a masonry fiber cut off blade. in 5 cuts it i used a 4 1/2' diamond blade on a grinder but it doesn't cut half way through the paver. i end up cutting at an i was doing that but i tend to cut it at a slight angle. i cut on the line i know a carbide blade on a circular saw will cut pavers. but i'd probablyGet Price
if you only need to cut a few, a hammer and chisel can be employed, but if cutting many pavers, a power saw, such as an angle grinder or a circular saw,Get Price
use the dewalt 7 in. concrete and brick diamond circular saw blade for dry and wet cutting. this blade is ideal for brick and other masonry materials.Get Price
a circular saw is one of the most versatile tools that you can own and works just fine for cutting pavers. wet saw/splitter. when you have to make a lot of cuts, youGet Price