Imacasa 28 Inch Guarizama Machete
- Blade Length: 28″
- Overall Length: 33″
- 1075 High Carbon Spear Pointed Blade
- High Impact Polypropylene Handle
- Not aesthetically pristine and may have minor blemishes that are not considered defective.
- Primary grind established at factory but may require sharpening before first use.
- Sheath Sold Separately
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The guarizama features a fairly light blade, evenly weighted, with a pointed end. At 28 inches, this blade is one of the longest made.
Imacasa is based in Santa Ana, El Salvador, but produces machetes for almost all of the Americas. Imacasa machetes and cutting tools are designed to excel in industries such as agricultural, construction and gardening.
Imacasa is the sister company of Condor Machetes, whose reputation of producing quality machetes has been established for over two centuries.
Like Condor, Imacasa produces excellent quality machetes and has a marketing policy directed toward customer satisfaction in each region. With their willingness to adapt to local styles and quality manufacturing, Imacasa machetes have received great acceptance and a big demand in many markets.
1 lb. 3 oz.
|Width at Widest Point||
1 7/8 in.
1075 High Carbon Steel
|Blade Thickness (Above Handle / At Tip)||
2.1 mm. / 1.70 mm.
Primary grind established at factory but may require sharpening before first use.
Hard Plastic / Polypropylene
|Country of Origin||
Domond Lee –
Nice and solid, be aware PoB is right at 10″. Factory grind is rough but very easy to finish. Plastic resin handle is solid enough, after hundreds of hard swings.
Domond Lee –
Trey Howell (verified owner) –
Superb, light and sturdy, waiting to be sharpened to your own tastes. The Guarizama is more sword-like than other Imacasas, perhaps also a little more rigid but still quite flexible, with a very utilitarian tip that can be used for stab-cuts, pushing things out of the way, and root-cutting. As indifferent to neglect as a T-34 tank, the Guarizama has a handle that seems unlikely to fail before it’s filed down to a coach-whip. Obviously, it’s not small, not ultra-light, and not for the timid. Cannot wait to see how a couple of Virginian landscapers are going to incorporate them into their routines. They might take over entirely.
Trey Howell –
Samuel (verified owner) –
Works well. Pretty too though thats not important when it comes to a hardworking tool. Only negative is i feel the blade might one day go flying off the grip, is it really full tang?
Shelly Allen –
Good day! The Guarizama is one of our more popular items. All of the Imacasa blades are full tang, and to this date we haven’t had any feedback that this model has ever failed. If you have further questions, please feel free to email us at [email protected] and we’ll be happy to field any questions or concerns you might have.
Shelly Allen –