Bellotto 10 Inch Cocoa Machete

(1 customer review)
Bellotto Machetes and Sickles, Brazil
  • Blade Length: 10″
  • Overall Length: 15″
  • Natural Color Wood Handle
  • Bush Style High-Carbon Steel
  • Imported from Brazil
  • Primary grind established at factory but may require further sharpening for desired edge. Not aesthetically pristine and may have minor blemishes that are not considered defective.

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Bellotto machetes are produced with pride in Brazil. Bellotto prides itself on the durability of its steel, using a special heat-treatment which increases the effectiveness of the tool and reduces maintenance issues.

SKU: BE7010 Category:

Blade Length

10 in.

Total Length

15 1/2 in.


14 oz.

Width at Widest Point

2 in.

Blade Composition

High Carbon Steel

Blade Thickness (Above Handle / At Tip)

2.35 mm. / 2.35 mm.

Blade Style

Blade Detail

Primary grind established at factory but may require sharpening before first use., Rugged Finish

Full Tang


Handle Features


Handle Material


Country of Origin


Based on 1 review

5.0 overall

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  1. Joel Shutt (verified owner)

    When I received this knife, it was covered in a tan film meant to keep moisture off the blade. This came off very easily. The black finish is something like painted on, and it had blisters that had popped, allowing some surface rust to develop. However, I don’t care, its a working machete. It came with a decent grind for being South American, and it sharpens easily. The tip is fairly sharp, and I like the heft. It is wider and girthier than the 12″ Tramontina, and chops better. It is not really front heavy compared to some machetes I’ve had. The good balance makes it more comfortable to use for extended periods.
    The handle is comfortable. This is first impressions, I haven’t used it extensively yet, and I don’t know yet how the edge reacts to strain (if it dents, chips or rolls). However, based on very basic preliminary use, I would recommend it over the Tramontina. It is shorter, heavier, less flexible, and to me, therefore, more handy.

    Joel Shutt