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Tramontina Machete 5 Pack

(11 customer reviews)
Tramontina Machetes, Brazil
  • The pack includes the following:
    • Tramontina 12″ Bush Machete
    • Tramontina 14″ Bolo Machete
    • Tramontina 13″ Cane Machete
    • Tramontina 20″ Bush Machete
    • Tramontina 24″ Bush Machete
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$59.99 $84.95

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There is a machete for every occasion, take advantage of the savings by buying our Tramontina variety pack.  The pack includes the following:

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.

In many ways Tramontina is the machete of Brazil. And yes, they know their machetes in Brazil. Tramontina machetes are used by rural workers in the hinterlands of South America. These machetes are now becoming more and more popular outside of Brazil as Tramontina value is truly extraordinary. A no frills, economical work machete.

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Blade Composition

SAE 1070 High-Carbon Steel

Country of Origin

Brazil

Based on 11 reviews

4.5 overall
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  1. David Furman (verified owner)

    i bought mine the one issue i seen on many sites is the blade can rust because it has no paint or sealant on it- true so i had some tail gate spray coating from rustoleum- it”s like a rubberized paint- so i sprayed the machete with it let it dry then went out cut some wood brush- etc- the coating course did not last long on the blade as well as appliance paint holds to a machete but it does offer protection to all other parts of the blade i also sprayed the handles and that gave a better grip= not as rough as you get with a textured paint- i like it- on the plastic handles one i took off that bottom rivet part that suppose be a back of hand slip guard hate those things- the rivet is for show no blade attached to it and cut it off see the handle is hollow- so i sprayed stuff in there and melted plastic to help close the home wrapped electrical tape around the end so be a small knob as a hand guard that way more comfortable- course could use pc-7 epoxy or bondo whatever to shape your own- but now i can swing the things nicely and safely- now on the wooden ones the only handle issue was the back of the handle so i made a grove for my little finger to sink lower on the handle and love that- again sprayed whole thing with the rustolium bed liner stuff- and i real good with that- so over all much happier with the things and they easier to handle and blade seems a little stiffer i hacked up our Christmas tree de branched it with the 22″ plastic handle one and did it in no time course got the things stupid sharp- and with wooden handle one took care of a fairly big brush pile i building den for the possums that visit- so with that i say these are very nice with a little work- ps u can drill a hole on the wooden handle ones about 1
    ” dead center on the end i drilled quarter ” bit then flagged them with red trail tape and i good you can make the hole bigger but don’t need it-

    David Furman

  2. KelliKastle

    I picked up some of these years ago and have used the Bolo with wooden handles quite a bit. I spent over a year exploring the back roads and BLM lands of the southwest US in a 4×4 camper truck. I used it for just about everything including cleaning fish. The blade has held up amazingly well. Would not trade it for another. It rides under the back seat with the cold steel shovel as a top go to cutting tool around camp on the next adventure for now. This is an amazingly good price for the blade you get.

    KelliKastle

  3. Jud (verified owner)

    Knocked off a star for the price increase. Not a bad deal if you don’t know what you want in a machete, or if you just want to try some different styles.

    These are thin-gauge steel, so do not expect them to do a lot of chopping. They will work great on grasses and smaller green wood, but will curl on hardwood or seasoned dead wood.
    I find the 14” bolo quite useful around the yard, very light and nimble. The reach of the longer blades comes in handy in grasses.

    None of these would be my favorite light machete. Those would be the 18” Tramontina Latin machete and the 16” Imacasa bolo.

    Jud

  4. Joel Shutt

    This is a very good deal. Tramontina has very high quality steel that won’t roll or chip, it sometimes just dents. The fact that they aren’t distally tapered makes them slightly floppier, harder to get used to, but they have more weight forward, which means they chop very well. THe 24″ is a workhorse, although 20″ is my favorite. The 12″ is useful, but its chopping power is limited because its weight is balanced, not forward. The Bolo hits very well for chopping, although the 20″ and 24″ both hit harder. It is also a less versatile blade shape that I don’t use all that often. These are very tough machetes, with decent handles, although the plastic should be covered with a grip. I definitely recommend this purchase.

    Joel Shutt

  5. thomas

    very disappointed on pricing these days i remember when these were like 30-40 dollars

    thomas

  6. Donald (verified owner)

    A Great deal on a good plus, rating of a 5 pack of machetes
    that will handle all my needs.

    Donald

  7. jJesus jesse Sanchez

    excellent / quality /.i buy twice a year

    jJesus jesse Sanchez

  8. Robert (verified owner)

    First off I emailed a question and received an immediate intelligent response. Second this 5 pack is an amazing deal and will cover every Machete need I will ever have on my property each Machete is a no frills workhorse with easily maintainable steel, also the edge they arrive with was just fine for limbing and easily sharpened further for brush and weeds. Also my receipt had a hand signed reply to the msg. that was attached to my order. This company is a true American Winner.

    Robert

  9. Robert (verified owner)

    First off I emailed a question and received an immediate intelligent response. Second this 5 pack is an amazing deal and will cover every Machete need I will ever have on my property each Machete is a no frills workhorse with easily maintainable steel, also the edge they arrive with was just fine for limbing and easily sharpened further for brush and weeds. Also my receipt had a hand signed reply to the msg. that was attached to my order. This company true American Winner.

    Robert

  10. Will in Texas

    Basic brush cutters. What moar do you expect?

    Will in Texas

  11. Salvador ramirez

    Looks very good

    Salvador ramirez