Black Umbrella Sword - Fully Functional w/ Hidden Stainless Steel Blade - Like Sword Cane w/ Rain, Sun Protection - Katana / Samurai / Ninja Hilt, Handle w/ Guard - Windproof, Waterproof Nylon Canopy
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  • Self-defense at its classiest - a chic umbrella with a sinister secret
  • Shaft hides razor sharp 14" stainless steel blade
  • Easy to use - just unscrew handle, pull out sword
  • Also provides leak-free shelter from rain and sun
  • Waterproof nylon canopy with sturdy steel frame
  • Comfortable, no-slip handle grip; blade guard
  • Overall length: 38"

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This classic businessman's umbrella looks and functions just like a regular umbrella. But this capable self-defense tool hides a deadly secret. Simply unscrew the handle and pull to unveil a 14" stainless steel blade - a menacing deterrent to would-be attackers and an effective weapon, should you be forced to use it. Rain or shine, never leave home without this trusty protector!

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 3.57 out of 5
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Love and Lost Reviewed by Clarence Wray on Feb 10, 2016   2 out of 5

I loved this item and was both excited and happy with it when it came. Good steel and an excellent umbrella to boot! I had it professionally sharpened, as it was a gift to my girlfriend. We even were able to use it as an umbrella a few times, but once at dinner it was leaning against her leg as we sat at the table, she moved and it fell- and when i say it fell, I mean it barely fell any distance at all, propped up against her leg to fall flat on the ground- and the hilt broke off. Clean off. Now I didn't expect this to be full tang or the best piece of equipment around- but I also didn't expect the hilt to be made of plastic, the kind of cheap plastic that breaks or shatters after a 2ft fall. This being said, I may buy another one, and wrap the hilt in leather, or attempt to do something to reinforce it. It's always sad when such a happy feeling can turn to sadness so quick. But you know what they say- Its better to love and lost...

Interesting! Reviewed by Will on Jan 06, 2016   4 out of 5

I finally had to buy one of these, just to have a sword umbrella, even though I realized it would likely be impractical as either an umbrella or a sword. As an umbrella it is actually very nice, with a 40 inch nylon shell, and good metal ribs (making it 41" rib tip to rib tip) It is 37" flat to flat, quite large enough for two people to walk together underneath. In fact with the 10 1/2 inch molded black plastic Samurai style handle, it makes a perfect umbrella for two people, though at least in my state, one of them would have to have a concealed carry permit to make it legal. The eight, 3-inch, almost invisibly thin springs on the rib supports allow easy open and close. It really seems like a well designed, well made umbrella. The shaft and tip are metal, with a strong glossy smooth layer of pain that I scratched through only with difficulty to prove they are not plastic, as they do not stick to a magnet. The tube shaft is over 28 inches deep, and totally hollow, so the potential of adding a much longer blade, and perhaps even borrowing the handle from an ordinary umbrella is intriguing. Then you would have a REAL concealed sword umbrella, whose only fault would then be the need to still unscrew the blade 4 1/2 full turns, which makes a quick draw totally impossible. The molded plastic handle, with its molded-in-place 2 1/2 inch tsuba style guard seem cheap, but are made of solid heavy plastic, giving this sword (without the umbrella part) a balance point two inches BEHIND the guard, which is, of course, unheard of. In fact, in its umbrella, while using the shoulder strap across the back in the correct Anime/ninja carry position, it is constantly trying to slip toward a handle down direction, and requires you to keep one hand on the strap at all times, making it decidedly more difficult to leap from roof to roof (but hey, no one ever said the life of an ninja was EASY!) In the umbrella, it is an impressive 40 inches. But sadly the blade is an anemic 15 inches, very dull, and, using my handy magnet, has an estimated 1 inch tang, so hardly likely to cut through armor. However it IS stainless steel, and could be sharpened, or as i mentioned before, replaced if you are a "do it yourself" type. It DOES have a sharp point, and I would certainly run away if faced with it, even if it was wielded by a a female midget with buck teeth, maybe ESPECIALLY if it was wielded by a a female midget with buck teeth though in a pinch I do suspect that she might actually have a more formidable weapon by leaving it in the umbrella as a 40 inch long Katana-handled metal weapon. Judging by their reactions, I think It really does make my neighbors a little uncomfortable when I carry it across my back, with the big Katana handle projecting over my shoulder, with my hand on the strap up by my shoulder, as though I am about to draw (they don't know I have to keep it there for balance) and they seem most especially nervous when I am scrambling across their roof tops, howling (most ninjas are WAY too quiet). Overall, I am quite happy I bought it. The neighbors, maybe not so happy.

pretty cool Reviewed by carlo louis on Jun 22, 2013   4 out of 5

A real decent umbrella. A great replacement for my other long umbrella. Plus you you have the hidden blade just in case you're ever in a serious tight jam. Hopefully I will never need to use it. It's worth the purchase.

Not bad Reviewed by Nick on May 28, 2013   4 out of 5

It's a very nice umbrella, actually. The sword came out of the box very dull. It scratches against the sides of the 'sheath' when I unscrew it and it makes this high pitched squeaking sound. Mostly for display, would take too long to get out if I ever actually needed it for self defense, but still a nice umbrella and feel pretty cool to carry around.

Very well made Unbrella Combo Reviewed by Donald Ruetenik on May 18, 2013   5 out of 5

This very well made umbrella is mated with a 15 1/4" 'skewer', not a sword per se. And that is better because if you needed to deploy it, you're not going to be slicing but jabbing up under the sternum or chin of a dangerous attacker. Twirl the well balanced umbrella counter clockwise 5X and the weapon is at the 'ready'. The first thing I did was to nip off the molded hilt on the beautiful handle so as not to 'advertise' this 'concealed weapon' to any alert local constabulary. A pity as it serves as a comfortable, naturally positioned rest. Still can't believe this umbrella is only 13 bucks; going to order 3 or 4 more for gifts and backup.

Umbrella Sword Reviewed by Melissa on Mar 07, 2013   3 out of 5

The sword isn't as long as the umbrella and the handle is way too big. It's a giant handle for a smaller sword, but the umbrella function is very nice.

Sword? Reviewed by on Jan 31, 2011   3 out of 5

Purchased this Item for a friend and was embarrassed when he showed me the blade it was more like a metal stick. The umbrella is well made though and is always handy. I would not purchase another of these especially for the price. I basically got a $35 Umbrella.

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