Condor Tool & Knife CTK1807-19.3 Yoshimi Machete 19.125" Carbon Steel Blade, Micarta Handles, Kydex Sheath


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CN1807193: Yoshimi Machete
Condor Tool & Knife

The Yoshimi Machete features a 19.125" 1075 high carbon steel blade. Every edge is hand finished and honed to razor sharpness. The beautiful Micarta handles enhance both the look and function of this knife while delivering durable phenolic performance. The included sheath is made from high-quality Kydex and is MOLLE compatible.

About the Designer

Joe Flowers is responsible for many of the interesting blade designs throughout the Condor product line. Joe writes for a myriad of magazines and publications, and contributes regularly to the outdoor community, concentrating in woodcraft and primitive living. His knowledge of outdoor gear led to consulting on equipment design and function for many companies. Joe holds a degree in Zoology with a minor in Entomology, and researches heavily into all things outdoors. Joe Flowers teaches fitness, martial arts, organizes youth camps, and hosts outdoor skills and survival classes around the US. Joe is an avid naturalist, hunter, fisherman, herpetologist, videographer, beekeeper, knife thrower, guide, and regularly travels internationally in search of knife knowledge and unique animals. You can find Condor on Joe's side when he is deep in the Amazonian rain forest, or high in the deserts of Utah.
  • Code: 61710
  • Manufacturer Part Number: CTK1807-19.3
  • Blade Length: 19.125"
  • Overall Length: 29.375"
  • Blade Thickness: 4.5 mm
  • Blade Material: 1075 High Carbon Steel
  • Blade Finish: Black Traction Powder Coat
  • Handle Material: Micarta
  • Sheath: Kydex, MOLLE Compatible
  • Designer: Joe Flowers
  • Weight: 2.96 lbs
  • Made in El Salvador

UPC Code: 7417000545784

Kydex Sheath
Kydex Sheath Waterproof, scratch resistant, and low friction. It will hold its shape and makes a great alternative to leather.
Wood Handles
Wood Handles Provides a traditional, natural look and feel to a modern tool. Wood absorbs shock well and is popular in axe handles.
Condor Tool & Knife CTK1807-19.3 Yoshimi Machete 19.125" Carbon Steel Blade, Micarta Handles, Kydex Sheathrated 4.667 stars out of 5 (3 reviews)
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Condor Tool & Knife CTK1807-19.3 Yoshimi Machete 19.125" Carbon Steel Blade, Micarta Handles, Kydex Sheath
rated 5 stars out of 5
Feb 10, 2020
Pros: Materials, Blade Sharpness, Overall Quality, Handle Material, Blade Material, None
Cons: Weight, Sheath/Scabbard
Super Badass Machete Sword
Super tough blade that is sharp out of box. Just did a bit of further sharpening to make it razor sharp. Easy to sharpen. Hold its edge well over some medium chopping. Able to chop down small trees, each about 4"-5" trunk with only 3-4 strikes. A bit on the heavy side but very well balanced (about 2.5" from handle tip).I have big hands. Hence the Yoshimi handle is kinda too small for me for comfortable grip. Wrapped the Yoshimi handle with leather and it is much comfortable to handle. This machete sword is really a freaking beast. Much better blade than my Schrade and Honshu. Looks super bad-a** too. Definitely a winner here as a machete sword.
Condor Tool & Knife CTK1807-19.3 Yoshimi Machete 19.125" Carbon Steel Blade, Micarta Handles, Kydex Sheath
rated 5 stars out of 5
Aug 09, 2017
Pros: Sheath/Scabbard, Materials, Overall Quality, Handle Material, Blade Material, Finish
Cons: None
Best two-handed machete since the Discord.
Condor Tool & Knife CTK1807-19.3 Yoshimi Machete 19.125" Carbon Steel Blade, Micarta Handles, Kydex Sheath
rated 4 stars out of 5
Rochester, NY
Jul 27, 2017
Pros: Finish, Blade Material, Handle Material, Sheath/Scabbard
Cons: Materials, None
Good Chopper, Looks great
I've had the Yoshimi machete for about a month. It seems well made (in El Salvador) and of quality materials. I tried it out on some scrub pine in my back yard. The factory edge is sharp enough for chopping through 1-inch branches with a stroke or two. It's definitely a chopper rather than a slicer.The long grip is great for 2 hands, or for extending your reach. The spine is plenty thick for batoning, and it should be useful as a draw-knife. The point is capable of penetrating thin wood or softer materials. The curve of the blade makes draw cuts possible, and I think the Yoshimi should be a good tool for the bush or camp. In a bug-out bag it could do double duty for self defense if needed.The kydex scabbard is stout and it comes with a tough nylon belt/pack strap that is MOLLE/PALS compatible. It's removable via 3 snap loops that are threaded through slots in the scabbard. Two snap straps around the grip secure it in the scabbard, which has no other retention. I took a heat gun to mine and in a few minutes I put a pair of dimples in the throat of the scabbard to securely retain the Yoshimi without straps.The two-tone micarta handle scales are functional and feature an attractive wood-grain appearance. I experienced no hot spots in a half hour of use with bare hands. The finish is rough enough to give plenty of grip without abrading your skin. Five ferrules provide plenty of options for attaching lanyards, wrist loops or whatever.The black epoxy coat on the 1075 high carbon steel blade is good and thick (if you like that). It showed no signs of wearing away during my trial run. It covers the flats of the blade, but the spine is unpainted, with a nice matte finish on the bare metal. The edges of the spine are sharp enough that I think this would work very well for fire-starting with a ferro rod (though I didn't try that). While clearing some brush I hit a rock and rolled the edge, but a couple of minutes with a file cleaned it up nicely.Overall I'm pleased with my purchase. My only complaints (nit-picks, really) concern the scabbard. There is a small drain hole at the bottom, and the throat is wide enough to let in a good deal of water if you had it out in a downpour. The grommet holes and lashing slots are well-spaced along the scabbard's length, but on its lower edge where the blade is widest, they don't have much reinforcing material. I imagine these grommets/slots could fail under hard use. The edges of the slots are quite sharp. I'd recommend smoothing them with some sandpaper or a file to avoid abrading whatever paracord or lashing material you may attach to it.


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