The kukri machete excels at any task, whether you're chopping firewood, clearing brush, cutting up meat or trying to impress your friends. These long Nepalese knives have inwardly curved blades that don't diminish the functionality of the tool, but add to it. The curved blade creates an ideal chopping tool and the edge is great for more nuanced tasks.
In Nepal, the kukri remains the utility knife of choice, being used as often as an everyday pocket knife. At Knife Depot, we offer a range of kukri designs, ensuring that you can find the kurki that best fits your needs. For more information about kukris and other types of machetes, check out our comprehensive Machete Buying Guide.
I Love the Khukuri Knife.It is from KA-BAR and Unique Style that been used by British Gorkha Army since 1940 Ist World War.
Have been looking for this knife for some time. Found it at a good price. It's everything I thought it would be. Sweet.
This knife is awesome thank you
The blade was well designed, the Kukri shape made it an interesting machete. The sheath that it came with was pretty awesome, including the extras. The edge has held up well but honing it helps create a sharper edge.
Very pleased. Just right for my garden.
When you open the box you see this huge blade, it will destroy any over grown jungle of a back yard, hold a good edge and is well balances and a joy to use. I use it to cut down bamboo that has gone feral and it does this with ease.
It is everything it says it is, AND MORE! Must Have
The good: A solid chunk of steel, though I've not put it through it's paces, the blade should prove to be durable. Cold steel never skimps on the metal. The strap ring hole at the butt of the handle is a good addition. The handle material has a good grip to it. The sheath is secure and has a decent build as well, although I probably would prefer a leather material. I like the finger guard design, which also acts as a stopper on the sheath. The bad: The blade has a rough polish; and the spine is very flat with a sharp hard angle. While the flatness provides good hammering surface and the sturdiest possible spine by virtue of thickness, the sharp corner will eat into anything that strikes it. Then entire blade is very flat, more reminding of a primitive chopping tool than the traditional Kukri. Perhaps this is intended for the survivalist crowd, who seek a basic yet solid chunk of steel to bang around, or just to cut costs. Overall, and for the price of this knife, I would expect higher craftsmanship in the blade profiling and finish. Also, I was a little disappointed with the factory edge sharpness. I own two other Cold Steel knives, and both came much sharper than this one. I think it's a very good knife in the sturdiness department, but slightly overpriced for what it really offers in the end.