BKSAVE392
Eight Ball Self Defense Sword Cane
$9.98
$14.99
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  • 8-ball grip on handle
  • 16 1/2" stainless steel blade
  • Rubberized tip for balance aid
  • 35 1/4" overall length

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This sword cane will be a favorite for the avid pool player or for those who trust the all-knowing 8-ball to make their decisions in life. This item offers a stainless steel 15 1/2" blade topped by a solid black 8-ball with cast metal throat.


Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.26 out of 5
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Hate that I apparently need it Reviewed by M R Goossen on Nov 24, 2015   5 out of 5

But it just arrived, and frankly I am surprised. I found it solid, of sufficient height, for someone 6'5'' (which was a concern) as for being hard to grip? (re:other review) if you have normal to larger hands, you will find it comfortable. Can you use it as a sword? Not really. Primarily as you have to unscrew it several turns to expose the dull as butter blade. But do not take that as criticism, for it is not. By have this cane you have a solid cane/club (SOLID) and should you not be able to drive off an attacker with a ''METAL BAT'' you will have had time to unscrew it by that time and a shiny pointed object (sharp or not) is a further deterrent. Finally, unless you are lucky enough (like me) to need a cane (go me) and a doctor can document it if necessary, it might be best to not be brandishing a concealed weapon, if you are not handicapped (i.e. placard parking holder) or SSDI receiver, when you go to court for a drunken sword fight. Food for thought. The cane 2 big thumbs ups WELL WORTH IT !!!!



Amazing buy Reviewed by Stephen Lumsdaine on Sep 17, 2015   5 out of 5

I was very excited about getting this cane, and it certainly lived up to expectations. I ordered it for a friend, and both of use were very impressed. When I told how inexpensive it was, they didn't even believe me! Very solid, very cool, and a very good investment.



Great for the price Reviewed by Craig on Jan 06, 2015   5 out of 5

Great price, fast delivery, and awesome products. Very durable.



Great Price Reviewed by Ed on Jan 06, 2015   4 out of 5

It seems to be a solid cane; but as everyone else experienced, it does make noise as you step along due to the blade just floating inside the cane. Otherwise, it had a great price; and at least the cane should be of lengthy duration.



Pure Class Reviewed by S. King on Dec 19, 2014   5 out of 5

Nothing screams "Classy Fella" like an 8-ball tipped cane. Toss in an 18 inch screw-out blade and just forget about it! As other reviewers have noted, the blade rattles around a bit, but if you stuff some pink insulation down in there it's all good in the hood. Honestly, by the time you get the sword un-screwed you'd probably be better off just braining your would-be attacker with the (very real, very solid) 8-ball end, but that's not the point ... Like painting your toenails pink - only YOU know it's there, and everyone likes to feel special now and then, right? All-in-all a cool product that you shouldn't rely on more than you would a heavy stick, but absolutely worth the price if you need steadying while strutting around in your platform heels and polyester-print slacks.



Easy clank stop Reviewed by William Farrell on Oct 05, 2014   4 out of 5

Good feel and balance to the cane the ball is fine for my big hand. No I wouldn't want to fight the 3 musketeers with the sword but it would be more than enough when faced with any pocket folder. As for the clanking a squirt or two of the spray foam insulation should cushion the blade. Just remember that stuff really expands and a little goes a loooong way. This is why I recommend s couple squirts you don't need to fill the whole cane just enough to keep the blade from contacting the sides (remember only the tip of the blade will be making contact). Hope this helps.



I got 2 Reviewed by Robert Griffin on Feb 16, 2014   4 out of 5

Hey I got two...I would recommend it to all.. It is really done tastefully and the things wrong with it are out weighed by the good things...over all it is something that can make a great gift and a wonderful conversation piece...The shipping and the speed of which I received my merchandise was amazing.



very dull, hard to hold Reviewed by Robert on Jan 07, 2014   3 out of 5

Blade is very dull, eight ball is real but that makes it hard to hold steady for use as a cane. Very good looking, nice value as an oddity, but not as a usable cane or as a weapon for cutting.



Clangs when walking Reviewed by Eddie on Nov 17, 2013   4 out of 5

Love the cane. Sturdy, practable, stylish, triple use: cane, club and blade. BUT I need help with the clanging when walking. The blade hits the sides making a loud noise every time it hits the ground.? Can anybody suggest a solution?



8 Ball sword Reviewed by Gary on Oct 06, 2013   5 out of 5

The cane is great for the money. The 8 ball is real and has good weight. The cane would stop someone with the sword or hitting them with the ball. Good buy!



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