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Marble's Machete 18" Orange Finish Blade, Natural Wood Handles - 12718

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Part Number: MR12718
Manufacturer: Marble's Knives
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MR12718: Machete

Marbles Machete 24" overall. 18" orange finish machete blade. Natural wood handle. Made in El Salvador. Sheath sold separately.

The Legacy Lives On

Marble’s® products have been highly sought by serious sportsmen for more than a century. Webster Marble understood the needs of the outdoorsmen and used innovative concepts and the best materials available to make sporting equipment that was both practical and durable.

Webster Marble is widely credited with designing and producing the first knife made especially for hunting; an accomplishment that earned him the title “Father” of the modern hunting knife. His “Safety Axe”, designed with a guard that folded into the handle, was both unique and efficient and is still being made and used today. It's true, you will find a bit of history in every blade. But the history is not only limited to knives and axes.

The history of Marble's Compasses dates to 1900 and have been carried by famous explorers and Presidents.
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.
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Steve H
Apr 05, 2017
Pros: Finish, Blade Sharpness, Overall Quality, Weight, Blade Material, None
Cons: Handle Material
Purchased to use in clearing a wooded lot. Very sharp and cut up to about 3/4". Very good value for the price. I added some tape to smooth out and for better grip.
5 out of 5
Feb 08, 2017
Pros: Sheath/Scabbard, Materials, Overall Quality, Weight, Blade Sharpness, Blade Material, None
Cons: Handle Material
Great light machete
I bought this and a scouting machete to clear some heavy overgrowth of weeds in my backyard and it works well for this. For 15$ you get a quality machete made by imicasa that comes with an edge and a bonus sheath & sharpening stone, unlike a standard imicasa marked machetes for about the same price or a few bux less. I won't be going out in the woods with it, but I love the orange coating and would sure appreciate it if I was to set it on the Forrest floor. The wood handles are soft, oversized , and rough, but so are the renowned tramontina machetes. You have to keep in mind that this is a light machete with a thin and flexible distally tapered blade, a clearing tool and not a wood processing tool.
5 out of 5
Philadelphia, PA
Jun 03, 2015
Pros: Weight, Sheath/Scabbard, Blade Sharpness
Cons: None
Light and sharp it outperforms more expensive machetes
I bought this machete about three years ago. It was my first machete and since then I have bought a tramontina, four or five Condor machetes, a martindale, and two cold steel machetes. As much as I love my Condor machetes (and hate the Cold steel machetes), I keep coming back to this model because it cuts further and faster than any of the other machetes I have hands down. This weekend I was cutting a few branches from a tree in my yard and this machete was cleanly slicing through 1 1/2" branches with one stroke and larger branches in two or three strokes. It does get dull with heavy use, but I have resharpened this several times with my worksharp, and it always sharpens up nice. Because it is so light, it remains comfortable in your hand after prolonged use and allows you to swing faster with less effort. I still use my other machetes for certain tasks because I like the variety and to try to get used to them, but honestly this works so well for small brush and larger branches that I really could use this machete for all my yard work. The drop in sheath is great as well!
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