Made in El Savador? I have no experience with them. However, a machete and an axe have two different expectations. A machete is expected to be cheap and easy to resharpen. (easily replaceable) An axe most folks will pay more to get a higher quality product and have higher expectations and maybe expect it to last their life time. I would guess these are made from a machete makers point of view. If that makes sense.
ETA: seems I'm alone with this negative attitude towards the brand. As stated in my opening line, I have no experience with them so don't count my opinion as worth much. Although for my own purchases the below hasn't changed my mind
Last edited by cckw; 02-04-2011 at 06:10 PM.
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