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Martindale Golok

£33.2917 Inc VAT
(Approx $40.7254)
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The genuine “Crocodile” blade is made from hot rolled high quality British Steel by the Ralph Martindale mill. The strip is tapered in section to optimise the unique cutting characteristics with the weight of the tool and is therefore lightweight and easy to use. The blade is roll forged to give an outstandingly well balanced tool to meet the arduous demands of outdoor use.

All Martindale handles are made from German beech wood. They monitor the moisture content of the timber to make sure the product is consistent and does not split under normal circumstances. The timber is cross-sawn for maximum strength and stability and the handle is fitted to the blade with solid steel rivets and washers. It is supplied with a nylon and leather sheath and a file sharpener.

  • Blade Length: 330 mm
  • Handle Length: 133 mm
  • Made in Birmingham, England

Please be aware that all Martindale products are rugged, and designed as working tools (not display items) and some parts are also hand-finished. This means that they may vary slightly from the picture, and the steel is not polished like some other tools on the market.  Some light markings on the blades/files are normal with this product.

PLEASE NOTE, THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED TO SALES WITHIN THE UNITED KINGDOM ONLY.

Not for sale to persons under the age of 18

By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over. We will run checks to establish your age, so please enter your correct date of birth at the checkout. If it doesn't match we will not dispatch! This item must be used responsibly and appropriately.

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

"Great machete once its given a decent edge. Ships completely dull but a bit of work with the included file, diamond stone and ceramic honing rod and your good to go! Very thick blade so will take some beating. Better suited to light-medium axe jobs."

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