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Hansa 15 1/2 Inch Rambo Yegua Machete

(3 customer reviews)
Hansa Machetes, Ecuador
  • Blade Length: 15  1/2″
  • Black plastic injected and multi-riveted handle
  • Microalloyed high carbon steel quenched and tempered to maximum flexibility
  • Serrated spine with deep teeth, can opener, concave edge on belly, and spey tip.
  • Primary grind established at factory but will require further sharpening for fine edge.
  • Not aesthetically pristine and may have minor blemishes that are not considered defective.
  • Sheath Sold Separately
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A truly unique machete, this has it all for the survivalist, hunter, or camping enthusiast.

This blade has several distinct features; a serrated spine with deep teeth for coarse sawing, a can opener, a spey tip for skinning, and a concave edge on the bellywhich can be sharpened for stripping side branches from poles and trunks. This machete does everything a large camp knife can do, plus the weighted blade makes it great for chopping. A three in one tool, eliminating the need for an ax or a saw.

 

SKU: HANC03 Categories: ,
Brand

Blade Length

15 1/2 in.

Total Length

20 1/2 in.

Weight

14 oz.

Width at Widest Point

2 13/16 in.

Blade Composition

High Carbon Steel

Blade Thickness (Above Handle / At Tip)

1.90 mm. / 1.52 mm.

Blade Style

Blade Detail

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

Handle Features

Rivited

Handle Material

Hard Plastic / Polypropylene

Handle Style

Quillon

Country of Origin

Ecuador

Based on 3 reviews

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  1. Brad Warren (verified owner)

    I have two machetes that are real performers one is made by Marbles and the other is this one. It is a real worker. I was very surprised at how well it did against vines, grasses, hardwoods and softwoods. It takes and holds an edge very well and the wider at the top narrow at the handle blade shape really contributes to the chopping power while keeping it thin and light. I will probably buy another at some point though I have doubts that I will be able to wear this one out.

    Brad Warren

  2. Vinny Singh

    This is a light machete. I’m a small person and it feels perfectly balanced in my hands. I use it for pruning, and it slices through bushes, shrubs and soft woods like palm branches easily, although I suspect the thin blade will bounce off harder woods. It sharpens easily. I’ve had quite a few machetes over the years, and this is my favorite.

    Vinny Singh

  3. Matthew Romanelli (verified owner)

    I lived and worked in Loja Province [Southern Ecuador], for 5 and 1/2 years in a rented house on 4 acres. On the weekends and after work, when I wasn’t managing the C.M.U. plant where I worked; I used this machete as my go to when cutting grass and small soft wood. It is true what is said about the machete – the Ecuadorian jungle school managed by it’s only Commando battalion, issue this machete to all attendees. It is a badge of pride that the graduates carry. I asked couple of commandos that I met at the public market, one of whom was carrying a painted version – and asked what they used the saw back for – his reply was both surprising and typical for Ecuador: they push the barbed wire down [or away from them], when going under fences. This machete takes a huge amount of abuse, when hitting stones and other hard objects. It sharpens easily, holds a great edge and is just the right length when working in dense bush.

    Matthew Romanelli