Tramontina 14″ Machete with Natural Color Hardwood Handles

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Amazon Price: $14.27 $14.27 (as of December 15, 2017 1:00 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Tramontina 14″ Machete with Natural Color Hardwood Handles is┬ámuch sharper than I was expecting. Tramontina Brazilian Machete is a tough tool, with a springy blade that bites deeply into wood and whips through lighter stuff. It’s light to carry.

Also, if it matters, after five minutes of sanding and a few coats of linseed oil on the handle, it’s a really nice looking machete. As a small machete or a large camping knife, the 14″ Tramontina has been the best. If you only want a machete for clearing the woods, I’d recommend the longer 18″. My one complaint is that the Tramontina doesn’t come with a sheath.

Outdoors enthusiasts will definitely enjoy the Tramontina Machete Wood Knife. This Knife from the experts at Tramontina measures 19″ overall with a 14″ blade and a natural color hardwood handle. The Tramontina Survival Machete features carbon steel blades and is made in Brazil.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 2 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces
  • ASIN: B007C1VSRO
  • Item model number: 26620/014

Customer Reviews

Tramontina won my machete chop off

18 people found this helpful.
 on September 26, 2013
By E. Geist
In the past four years, I’ve bought four machetes in the search for the perfect machete. Cold Steel Kukri was my first, followed by a Corona cheapo machete from Lowe’s, a Cold Steel Panga, and a Tramontina 14″ Brazilian machete. I have a few acres of wooded, briar patch covered land and I’ve found that machetes are great for doing almost any job I come across. Since I spent so much time sharpening and learning to use each machete, I thought I might be able to save others a lot of money and trouble.

I prefer the bolo for my needs because it its weighted towards the tip and makes a better chopper, but this one is perfect for slashing …

 on August 15, 2017
By wrknnwf
I got this and also the Tramontina bolo. I prefer the bolo for my needs because it its weighted towards the tip and makes a better chopper, but this one is perfect for slashing tall grass. Yes they were both too dull, but it didn’t take long to get a good edge on either one. The blades are thinner than the higher priced machetes, but that’s exactly what I wanted. There appears to be some kind of clear coat on both, but I’m going to leave it as it doesn’t appear to hamper the cutting ability of these machete’s. You can NOT beat the price, so I would recommend over the clunkier name brands unless you’re wanting to actually chop down trees. These are fine for saplings, woody brush and tall grasses. I was able to clear a neglected flower bed of mulberry and locust saplings, along with a bunch of horse nettle, poke weed and other weeds in no time flat. As a 68 year old, fat woman, I think that’s not too bad. Plus it was fun. But I do recommend learning the proper techniques.Both these machetes will definitely cut off cellulite limbs as easily as cellulose ones.

No need to sharpen!

11 people found this helpful.
 on November 30, 2014
By ultraclassic01
Comes with a very sharp edge. This is made in Brazil (14 inch blade) and is great for clearing light brush. I have a few trails going to deer stands that are covered in brush. This machete took care of that problem and cleared the trail. I would not recommend this for chopping wood. Blade would be a bit flimsy for that task. Might work for making tinder. Blade has a lot of flex. If you want to clear the trail to your hunting stand or just in the backyard I would recommend this product. After seeing the reviews for sheaths on Amazon I went to a site that sells leather sheaths and glad I went that route. (machetespecialists.com) I also stained the wooden handle my favorite stain and since I wear gloves I did not need to tape the handle for a better grip. Handle can be sanded down for smaller hands.

A fine value

2 people found this helpful.
 on September 25, 2016
By Cynthia Miller
Sharp for a machete, a nice size, doesn’t vibrate like the longer ones do when you chop hard material

Good quality, works well.

 on May 13, 2017
By Jack.P
I bought this to chop down the ornamental grass I have planted around my home and it worked well.

Quality + price = VALUE

One person found this helpful.
 on June 15, 2015
By ChaseAtk
Machete did not come sharp as many people have stated, however I knew that and purchased it anyways, thankfully. I plan to use this pretty good, cheap of steel to practice my stone sharpening, but even before doing that I have used it to make tremendous improvement on overgrowth on my local trail, great for brush clearing in the southeast US, I can’t wait to hone an edge on it and do my clearing in a fifth the time!

Best machete ever owned

One person found this helpful.
 on November 14, 2016
By Kevin Seymour
Best machete we ever had….we were buying Gerber before but had to replace way too often because they would chip. This tool just feels right and does an excellent job at cutting through thick heavy bush.

it sharpens up nicely and is a fine blade

 on March 23, 2017
By M. Leitem
It lost a star with me because it came about as sharp as a butter knife. That being said, it sharpens up nicely and is a fine blade.

Junior Zombie Killer

 on January 17, 2017
By Hack
Just slightly bigger than the 12″ Tramontina Machete. Great quality, great steel. No sheath, but it fits in the Ontario Knife Co BSH 12 Inch Sheath with less than 1″ of blade exposed at the handle.