Night Watchman Heavy Duty SK5 Steel Sword Cane
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  • Perfect for walking stability and self defense
  • Concealed 25" SK5 carbon steel blade
  • Hard-coated aluminum shaft
  • Fiber filled nylon handle
  • Removable rubber toe
  • Overall length: 39"

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You can always count on the Night Watchman Heavy Duty Sword Cane, whether it's to assist you in walking or as an extra measure of self defense. This inconspicuous cane conceals a razor sharp 25" SK5 carbon steel blade that is poised and ready to defend you at a moment's notice. The formidable blade is housed inside a black, hard-coated aluminum shaft that can even be used as a striking weapon during a surprise attack. The handle is molded from sturdy fiber filled nylon for a secure grip, and a rubber toe keeps the cane from slipping. If you're a sword collector, or just need some additional peace of mind, this is the sword cane for you!

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.88 out of 5
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Night Watchman sword cane Reviewed by on Apr 15, 2017   4 out of 5

I purchased the Night Watchman sword cane. It is a beautiful cane with a wickedly sharp blade. I found this out while coating the blade. Cut my thumb. Baptized my cane with a little blood. I own one of the Cold Steel canes. The blade and shaft are a good deal heavier with the Cold Steel sword cane but the Night Watchman is made of a better grade of steel. From what I understand the latest generation of cold steel sword canes are made of stainless steel. Not the most durable material for a sword. I'm a martial art master with sixty years in the arts. I head an international organization and I use my sword canes for cutting demos. I need a heavy and durable blade. Likewise approaching seventy years of age I actually need a cane sometime and living in Chicago there is always a possibility that they will have to be deployed for self defense. I feel that this cane will serve better as a thrusting weapon than one for cutting especially in the winter months when an assailant will probably be heavily clothed. Still this is a beautiful and beautiful defense tool. I would certainly recommend it to my student and the members of my organization.

Great unit Reviewed by Jon Bradfield on Apr 11, 2017   5 out of 5

I received the Night Watchman this morning and took it to a commercial mandrel bending company. After telling them of the sword cane's construction, they bobbed the cane and it was 5/8" longer than the sword inside. I replaced the slippery hard rubber tip with a 1" diameter Walker/Commode tip ($6.79 for four tips from Walgreens).These should last a long, long time. I love this sword cane and will be putting more of the original buffer inside the shaft to keep the blade from battering against the inside of the shaft/scabbard. If you keep the neoprene "O" rings lubricated and put WD40 or light machine oil/ gun oil/ Rem-oil on the blade, you can prevent rusting and pitting. (This is the equivalent of 1080 Carbon Steel and it should be treated as such. Maintenance is key. This is a fine Chinese steel blade. Treat it with respect and it should last for many years.

Can be height adjusted Reviewed by on Mar 08, 2017   5 out of 5

I have all of the praise for the night watchman and only one of the complaints, which is the plastic foot on the bottom of it. However that was easily remedied along with being able to adjust the height of the cane. BudK customer service said it cannot be shortened but they are not correct. I needed to shorted it by 1.5 inches to be at the proper therapeutic height for me (I'm 5'9"...). While you cannot shorten it from the top because there's a recess there to except the sword, you can cut the bottom of the cane off with a pipe cutter, just above the plastic foot. The sword does not go all the way down to the bottom so here's about 5 inches to work with (measure before you cut!) For once that is cut off you will find a Styrofoam/rubber type of piece that keeps the sword from rattling. Shorten it with scissors by the same amount you shortened the aluminum Shaft. I replaced the plastic foot with a smaller but grippier rubber crutch foot and it's perfect now.

Oh Yeah ...... Reviewed by James Minor on Jan 06, 2017   5 out of 5

This is the Cane to have without a doubt. This product is a quality made tool to protect and assist. Enough said

Functional Walking Cane Reviewed by Thomas Berryman Jr on Nov 30, 2016   5 out of 5

I require the use of a cane to help me walk. Up til a day ago I was using a fold up cane that's supposed to stand on its own and wasn't exactly cheap. I got this because most other canes don't support weights over 250lbs. I weigh about 285lbs and the Night Watchman handles it without any issues. The hidden blade is easy to deploy and is pretty darn sharp and durable. The aluminum shaft is solid and gives the cane that extra heft. My only suggestion would be a better stopper on the base of the cane. It's a very hard rubber which if angled wrong will slip. I definitely would encourage others to buy this if cane functionality is needed as it certainly works as intended. The suction truly keeps the blade hidden until you decide to pull it out. Also I was concerned that the blade would clang around inside the shaft but unless you're trying to get it to make noise it stays quiet. No one will ever know you're carrying a sword!! Perfect function as a cane too!!

Much more sturdy than anticipated, Reviewed by on Oct 26, 2016   5 out of 5

I had my eye on this sword cane for a while, and finally got around to buying one. I just recieved it today, and just got done test cutting with it. At first, I was a little dissapointed with it not being double edged, but after swinging it around and accidentally slicing through a two inch branch, I didn't care. I think the false edge gives the point a little more strength. You can stick this thing through an aluminum can with no problem with no damage to the tip. The cane has such a smooth black finish on it, I didn't want to mess it up beating needlessly on stuff. I was really surprised at how functional it was as a cane. I don't really need a cane, but I do have a bad knee and am gonna need surgery sooner or later. So I'm probably gonna be needing a cane in the near future. I didn't have any problem getting the blade out fast. It makes some funny noises every once in a while. I like the idea of having two weapons in one. There is so much you can do to defend yourself from your attacker having a bludgeon in one hand, and a sword in the other. That sword is lightning fast, and is much tougher than it looks. Do not be worried if there is a little bit of clicking when you wave it. No matter how tightly you screw it, the nylon material is a little flexible but extremely durable. The blade is highly secured with bolts. It really is a much nicer looking product up close than it is on line. United Cutlery really must of paid attention to the reviews of the Cold Steel heavy duty sword cane because they perfected the suction lock with extra O rings. There a lot of complaints with the CS version because the rubber O rings kept breaking. The United version has extra O rings to give lock better support. I'm really really pleased with this, and all the other 2016 products, by United Cutlery! They really have blown my mind with the products they have put out this year. I just purchased that Combat Commander Spartan sword. I have a pretty good feeling about that blade.

Well... Reviewed by Christopher Lichowicz on Aug 05, 2016   5 out of 5

I use a cane to walk. This is solidly made. The SK5 (1080 American) blade is strong, fairly sharp out of the box. Once honed it holds an edge until you repeatedly drag it across the inside of an aircraft aluminum shaft. The handle is comfortable, it swings in step perfectly with a reverse pistol grip. The handle won't break and unlike Cold Steel's cane, this uses torx screws and bolts to hold the blade to the handle. Neither the handle nor the shaft like concrete. Be advised if it falls, it will ding, dent, get gouged and react like anything else softer than what it hits. The blade is slow to deploy - period. If you're in a pinch, you've better luck swinging it like a baseball bat. The suction created by the "O" rings keeps the blade very secure. even the bad guy will have a hard time pulling it out. Might buy another just to have for special occasions, but, not as an everyday walking cane.

Better than the Cold Steel sword cane Reviewed by Doug Bargeron on Jun 23, 2016   5 out of 5

I have this cane and the Cold Steel sword cane and this is definitely of higher quality. The locking mechanism is really unique and it just looks like a regular cane and works well as one also. It's sturdy as a walking aid and the SK5 blade is devastating! I tested it out on some watermelons and WOW. Don't wait to get yours for sure.

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