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  • 18 inch blade is ideal for clearing brush, cutting trails, stripping logs or felling small trees
  • One-handed use leaves your other hand free to grab and pile cuttings, unlike other tools that require a two-handed grip
  • Tempered steel machete blade is precision-ground to cut with less effort
  • Aggressive saw on the other side cuts on the push and pull stroke to take down thick branches and trunks quickly
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Ideal for clearing brush, cutting trails, stripping logs or felling small trees
  • Tempered steel machete blade is precision-ground to cut with less effort
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I bought 1 from walmart clearance deal month or more back. If you really want a machete to use, this is not the 1.This has a thin blade, handle is small, no way to sharpen the saw, blade dulls fast. Lifetime warranty seems to cover everything but using it as intended. Would avoid.
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When I see blades I think of my college part time job I got hustled into.
Vector selling Cutco knives. Lol
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I bought 1 from walmart clearance deal month or more back. If you really want a machete to use, this is not the 1.This has a thin blade, handle is small, no way to sharpen the saw, blade dulls fast. Lifetime warranty seems to cover everything but using it as intended. Would avoid.
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looking sharp, looking good!
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I bought 1 from walmart clearance deal month or more back. If you really want a machete to use, this is not the 1.This has a thin blade, handle is small, no way to sharpen the saw, blade dulls fast. Lifetime warranty seems to cover everything but using it as intended. Would avoid.
Good concise review. Thanks.
I think these are like others that have the chance (relatively low) to spin out of the handle and into your leg from regular use. It actually looks like the blade from that video where someone brandishes it on the street and the blade flies away.
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When I see blades I think of my college part time job I got hustled into.
Vector selling Cutco knives. Lol
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When I see blades I think of my college part time job I got hustled into.
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Could you do a quick demonstration for me? Smilie
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Bring out the rope!
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Sure. Do you have a penny? While you go look for your penny I'll pull out my set of high quality full-tang knives.
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So if this one is crap, any recommendations for a good one? I've yet to find one that's actually worth buying and am getting enough of a stockpile of junk ones that it looks like I'm prepping for the zombie apocalypse (which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but I need to clear weeds and undergrowth in the meantime).
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When I see blades I think of my college part time job I got hustled into.
Vector selling Cutco knives. Lol
bahaahahah, my husband got sucked into that in college.. he sold a bit, made some money, and now has his very own collection of knives, that I don't use, because they're too sharp, I'm clumsy, and I get bad cuts.. I prefer my dull knives, which suit me just fine, which bothers him to no end.. I use the Cutco scissors for cutting cardboard though, those are awesome..
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Sure. Do you have a penny? While you go look for your penny I'll pull out my set of high quality full-tang knives.
This brings back memories. I never sold any, but I wish I had a set of these in nives now that I'm older and married with a house. I still have a couple knives from the salesman kit.
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"Tempered steel machete blade is precision-ground to cut with less effort"
El Chapo approves.
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So if this one is crap, any recommendations for a good one? I've yet to find one that's actually worth buying and am getting enough of a stockpile of junk ones that it looks like I'm prepping for the zombie apocalypse (which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but I need to clear weeds and undergrowth in the meantime).
Depends what you want. Machetes come in a lot of types. If you want to chop get something like an Ontario. But wear gloves because they will destroy your hands. They have infamously tough handles that will break skin after a few chops. These are the same machetes they make for the military.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

If you want to clear brush you really should be using a "real" machete, a long thin bladed somewhat floppy one. They don't cut through thick trees like American, carving, or chopping machetes but it's what you want for prolonged use in vines and new growth. Most of the cheap $5 machetes are of this type but there are much better ones.
Tramontina makes a bunch, just an example https://www.amazon.com/Tramontina...00KGG6138/
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