CRKT Razel SS7 Machete
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I bought one in a previous woot.
Original price of over $200?!?!
Are you joking?
This would be hilarious… if it wasn’t such a pathetic, blatant attempt at inflating the “%off” to make it seem like a better deal than it is.
I own the smaller “Ringed Razel” version of this knife (link here: http://www.crkt.com/Ringed-Razel). The price on these is a bit steep, yes, but the build quality is absolutely phenomenal. These knives are rock-solid, with thick blades and tangs and incredibly strong blade geometry.
The only thing I didn’t like about the Ringed Razel was, sadly, the ring part. I had to take a Dremel to it to round off the edges before it was even close to comfortable on my pinky finger.
I’m considering picking this up simply because I would love to have a larger version of this utility knife.
Well bless your heart. Would you care to share with the class your experience with it?
I bought some stuff from Woot and you’ll never guess what happened,OMG.
This one time, at band camp…
Not sure who all knows but this is a DC’d item. Snap it up! I’ve been looking everywhere for one of these since I missed the last in the retail chain last year. Very nice!
I also have the folding Razel and it is by far the most interesting knife I own. http://www.crkt.com/Graham?srch_pid=107&child=107&search_id=1570046
I’m glad to add this new one to my collection.
I think this should be called a “machete-ette”, as it is about a foot long, overall, in length. The blade is 7.5".
Didn’t catch that until I saw the video on the product page.
Not a machete, but wants to be when it grows up.
Woot did not make up that price. Look on the manufactures site. (http://www.crkt.com/Razel-SS7) This being said, CRKT makes great knives. I have a KISS model that I use as a daily carry that has been in my pocket for over 12 years. Still works like a champ. A little of the finish has worn off, but come on, 12 years riding in my pocket with whatever else I shoved in there?
I bought a knife one time too!
LOL… Sometimes a small, but heavy blade works better. Hiking in the woods and need to cut back a few branches on the trail. Small blade can do the job without looking like a lost pirate swinging a sword in the forest.
Call me crazy but the last thing I am going to do with an 80 dollar knife is hack branches with it.
I purchased one last time it was up, and the beveled end is useful for using to cut and scrape, like a putty knife. It is a good knife for carving large cuts of beef and pork.
the scabbard/sheath feels a bit cheaply put together, but is functional, but hard to attach to a belt if you have any gut overhang.
That link goes to a 404 page not found error on the CRKT site.
His link worked for me.
these guys are as exciting as watching paint dry!