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One-piece solid stainless steel constructionFierce curved kukri bladeIncludes nylon sheathMeasures 19 1/4" overall
The Kukri is a Nepalese knife originally used to clear wooded areas and later used as an effective weapon due to its curved design. The curve enables the user to create more force when wielding the weapon.
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I got this on a bogo deal and I gots to tell you this is a great blade but the sheath is crap but that's not it I am most worried about the blade because it was thin but after an hour and a half of cutting wood and sticking it in oak tress I was a believer this is a really good blade to starting a collection
I've always wanted a kukri, and this piece immediately caught my eye. But with all of the reviews I've read on this so far, I played it safe and got it in a BOGO sale. Of course, the sheaths are crap, but I was able to reinforce them using duct tape and cardboard pieces. To be fair, most sheaths from most sellers are crap. As for the blades themselves, they actually feel pretty solid. They both arrived nice and sharp out of the box. As far as durability goes, I hacked up a wood pallet pretty nicely. Cutting in "v" patterns, it chunks out pieces of wood really well for what you get. The blades are thin and it feels like it can bend if given enough force. I have mixed feelings on the handles. On one hand, the plastic grip is easy on the hands when swinging the blade around, and the studs are held together by philips heads, making maintenance and customization much easier. On the other hand, the plastic grip feels hollow, like it will crack/break if you swing against something hard enough. Again, like the sheath, you can always reinforce it yourself, like duct tape or electrical tape. I feel like it'll come to that eventually anyways. If used for the right application, and with the occasional modifications and maintenance, I feel like this will be a nice durable blade for many uses to come. Now that I finally have it, I'm starting to suspect that a majority of these 1-star reviews came from people that actually tried cutting a tree down with this. I don't know what you guys were doing with this kukri, but hey. This is why we can't have nice things.
This is a toy. It didn't hold up to 10 minutes of clearing brush. The edge ended up looking like poor excuse of a serrated blade after the nicks and folded edge from hacking 1" diameter gum and oak saplings. Worst machete I've ever owned.
I usually have good luck from Budk, but this one was rough. The handle was loose when I received it, got a replacement, same thing. The blade is wafer thin, the machete could barely cut through tall grass. Don't get it. Budk, please stop selling this one, you can do better!
It's crap ! Got mine free, wish they would have kept it. Crap is crap ! Can't even let kids play with it, too weak ! Save your money.
I got mine as a free gift for my order. I was pleasantly surprised at the sharpness of the blade. I have not used it on anything heavy, but I felt that the blade was substantial.
Junk blades the blade is flimsy and bends way to much and is not sharp at all. just a curved butter knife. only bought them because it was the 2 for one deal supposedly.
For the price, it's a great deal. This Kukri shaped machete is thin and sharp. Good for cutting and chopping small branches and shrubs. The sheath is thin and if you're not careful, you'll slice right though while putting the blade in. Handle is plastic and it cracked after a weekend of hiking/camping and brutilizing this machete. If you're looking for a firewood chopper, this is not it. If you're looking for shaving kindling, chopping small sticks, and maybe some bladed protection, this would be a decent buy. You can't go wrong for under $10
Love the knife really light weight good grip versitle
Feels balanced in the hand. Standard blade thickness, ideal for heavy grass and light brush. But will cut heavier brush with multiple strikes. Ideal for yard work or clearing path to your duck blind. As sharp as any other Machete I have had. The only misgivings is the sheath, thin light weight construction. Yet overall it performs as it was designed for slicing and chop human flesh. LOL
Loved this machete, light weight and very easy to use
I bought this with the buy 1 get 1 free (for $10) thinking it would be a decent machete. One of them I got was duller than dirt, and the other one was sharp but the handle was super loose. I guess they are decent for the price, but I wish the sheath was better. The machete looks really small because of the curve in the blade, I have a 15 inch machete and it looks like that one is bigger. I wouldn't buy more, even for ten bucks, but I'm not sorry I bought it for that price. I guess there is a reason they are giving them away for free now haha
If you are looking for a thick blade, razor edge, and perfect balance don't buy this, but if you are looking for a reliable light weight kukri blade that is easy to carry and use, this is your blade. It maintains a good edge, great for a bug out bag and wait for a BOGO event to double your ability. For the price you won't find any better.
So I bought this just to test out the kukri design. Buying this I expected it to be fairly low quality but what I got was pathetic. I went out to chop a green pine branch. Within 3 swings the ientire blade was bent and smashed up. Along with that the handle also took a good chunk of flesh out of my finger. I was appalled at how flimsy it was. It was simply a sharpened piece if sheet metal. I then called and got my money back. Then I figured that I might as well try throwing the piece if crap because that is what originally sold me on it. I threw it twice and this broke the entire handle off and completely destroyed the tip. Normally I am a huge supporter of budk and I still am. When I order from them I do not expect top of the line tools and weapons. However, I do expect what I order to last more than five minutes. In the past I have ordered other Tomahawk brand weapons such as throwing knives. I was not impressed with these either. I would suggest that any budk shopper STAY AWAY FROM TOMAHAWK BRAND PRODUCTS. If you plan to do anything more than display this kukri then I would never recommend it. I was very disappointed and will not be buying anything that is made by Tomahawk. Please do not buy this. I would like to thank budk customer service for working with me to get my money back. It was no hassle and I appreciate it.
like I said in my headline you get what you pay for , the blade was fairly sharp when it came but it didn't even stand up to some pine trees , the softer wood in the forest , within the first five swings the blade was bent in three spots but I had no choice but to continue using it for what I needed it for by the end of the day it was totally wrecked and in need of some serious grinding to repair the damage done to it from pine alone . The edge that it had on it was done way to thin for any good chopping to be done with it , it should have been kept at close to the same thickness as the rest of the blade is
A freebie w/order...so no risk - Right? Well, it really surprised me as I took it camping the very next weekend. Cutting a log into segments, I switched off between my hatchet and found this easily did the job. It really is lightweight to use, sharp and sharpens well, but the biggest surprise was how smoothly it sails and cuts through the air as you use it. Noticeable speed difference from the axe. I would buy easily at this price point.
I love it, so handy and eze to use fells good in my hand, I'd like to get another.
this kukri is AMAZING i cut down a tree with it and only have 2 notches in the blade witch i can fix easily it also came close to being razor sharp im very impressed with this blade 5* anytime!
this machete is good for the price. came sharp in a way... but my only concern is the handle was hollow and weak but nice blade!
Well it started out like any saturday. my package arrived nice and like a giddy young boy i rushed to open it. what i found was a dull bent blade. i liked it but it wasnt what i was wanting. after fixing the bent blade i spent 3 hours trying to sharpen with no avail. after a little break my genius brain decided to use the dremel. After 30 minutes with a dremel the blade turned out nice and can at least cut something. you get what you payed for and i cant complain. other then that it is quite a fine piece of cutlery.