|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18 x 6 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||97KMS|
|Material||1055 Carbon Steel|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Cold Steel 97KMS Kukri Machete
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- Affordable, "workhorse" machete has simple, sharp, 13-inch steel blade and durable polypropylene handle
- Weight-forward balance presents knife's edge on an angle to boost bite with every stroke
- 18-inch overall length and 13-inch blade with 2.75-millimeter blade thickness; 16-ounce weight; polypropylene handle; includes Cor-Ex sheath
- Includes limited manufacturer's warranty; details included with purchase
- This item is not for sale in some specific zip codes
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A sturdy, convenient Cor-Ex sheath is also included.
- 18-inch overall length
- 13-inch blade
- 2.75-millimeter blade thickness
- 16-ounce weight
- Polypropylene handles
All Cold Steel knifes are warranted against defects in materials and workmanship. Details are included with your purchase.
About Cold Steel
Cold Steel, Incorporated was founded in 1980, with the goal of making the strongest, sharpest cutlery in the world for knife enthusiasts. Over the last three-plus decades, the company has been at the forefront of many design innovations that have helped innovate the knife industry, including introduction of checked Kraton handles, and the tanto point blade styles which have become industry hallmarks of quality and sophistication.
Top Customer Reviews
Wow, what a difference! They're lighter than I thought and perfect size on the hip. Great balance and perfect to maximize the Kukri chopping advantage. Right out of the box I was impressed and with the factory blade was able to almost cut the box in half with a lazy diagonal swipe.
20 minutes with a cheap sharpener, (the fixed angle ceramic type that come with a keychain...) and the blade is scary sharp. Not perfect, but better than anything except my Ka-Bar. For this price I want a half a dozen of these lying around. (I don't know why) and judging by the steel and quality for my dollar won't hesitate to buy more expensive models from Cold Steel.
I also bought a Riflemans Hawk tomahawk from Cold Steel for a friend of mine and am similarly impressed.
I can shave with that and it's another piece of functional, work ready gear.
I am returning this replacement for a refund and will be buying a kukri or Khukri from someone else.
Note to Cold Steel: If you are reading this review, your representative receiving your phone calls at 805-658-0180 seems like a nice guy but is rather dismissive of even the notion that Cold Steel's products could be anything but perfect. While I appreciate loyalty to and confidence in one's product, that is better placed in a conversation with a competitor, rather than a customer who has received a bad product of yours, let alone a replacement product with the same problem which looks distinctly like a manufacturing problem. It is a bit insulting.
I used my sister's account to order this for a 2-week solo expedition in the Colorado high country that just ended. I used it over 80 miles of bowhunting and fishing between 10,500 and 13,000 feet in mid-late September 2015. It was not a frill item but something necessary for my survival and this review is based on use in extreme, extended circumstances. I've used all sorts of axes and machetes in both tropical and alpine environments. I had used this kukri before on one other 5-day trip and decided to take it on this trip based on my experience with it then. After putting a proper edge on it, it was an extremely effective cutting tool. Cutting poles for shelters or meat-drying racks up to 6" in diameter never took more than a dozen strokes. You have to use the right technique with it and if you don't know how to use a kukri, don't fault the tool. But if you know how to use it, I highly recommend it as your primary cutting tool for extended bushcraft activities. The weight/size/cutting power tradeoffs were about perfect for my needs. I'll stick with my parang for thin jungle vines, but this is my go-to tool now for alpine environments. A noob or knucklehead will either be frustrated or sliced to ribbons with it, but an experienced user will love it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's pretty much what I expected... a cheap Kukri. I haven't broken it yet, so that's good. I haven't done any extensive field trials with it either though, so keep that in mind... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mike
For around 20 dollars, this tool excels. Its overall a great medium-duty tool, and gets the job done. Fine work cold steel.Published 2 months ago by Alfredo
Great deal when you find these for $20 or less. I keep one in/on every vehicle, tractor, atv.Published 3 months ago by J. Pittman
product arrived quickly, but was not very sharp,
We sharpened it and then re painted it as the paint was very dull
I still keep this in my vehicle and we have used it for... Read more
Without a doubt the most reliable machete I've used. It's affordable and well made for it's price (that's Cold Steel for ya) and it is an absolute workhorse. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Trent Haymore