Bamboo Walking Stick Sword

Bamboo Walking Stick Sword

4.08 out of 5 based on 12 customer ratings
(12 customer reviews)

$19.99

Product Description

The shell of this amazing looking sword is made to look like an authentic bamboo stalk. Very heavy wooden construction hides a 27 inch 440 stainless steel sharpened blade. A very nice piece at an incredible price. 41 inches overall.

Bamboo Walking Stick Sword Features:
  • 440 stainless steel blade
  • Lightly sharpened
  • Wooden handle gives the look and feel of real bamboo
  • When assembled, this stick sword looks like and ordinary bamboo stick
Measurements:
Blade: 27″
Handle: 11 3/4″
Overall sword length: 39″
Overall assembled length: 41″

12 reviews for Bamboo Walking Stick Sword

  1. 5 out of 5

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    i got it today when i came home from school and it was a little smaller than i expected, but still cool. it looks of good quality for a great price. though i havnt tested it yet it looks like itll hold up nice

  2. 5 out of 5

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    Just bought this sword the comment above me is somewhat misleading. Yes, it snapped when you were sparring, but the notes don’t say that this sword is fully functional. Perhaps you should pay more attention for future purchases. On a personal note this sword is going to look great in my room on a stand because I have green walls and wood flooring. (great colour scheme)

  3. 4 out of 5

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    this swords held up pretty good but then my and i were sparing with it and it snapped!

  4. 3 out of 5

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    I believe the description says the blade is sharp. It’s not. The wood is not bamboo, just turned wood shaped and painted to look like bamboo. The handle is so large that it’s totally useless for those with average to small hands. Being that the handle is round and not oval, it’s almost impossible to know the alignment of the blade when in the scabbard. The handle is very light, making the sword tip heavy.

  5. 3 out of 5

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    Yes this sword is 3 stars at best as a sword but at this price you shouldn’t be expecting a Paul Chen Hanwei blade.

    So that you know what you are getting: It looks nothing like bamboo and has a very interesting green tinge to it. The blade does not have any edge and the hamon looks fake and terrible. The handle is so light that there is at best a rat tail tang in there (That is probably why it snapped sparring for some reviewers. Its not a “real” sword so don’t hit anything with it!)

    The blade does not fit tight in the saya and the saya came split as described by others. It actually looks like it split at the factory and they tried to glue it there… poorly.

    Do not take this review as a “Do not buy this sword” warning. Dude… its like 20 bucks. Just know what to expect.

  6. 5 out of 5

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    I just received my walking stick sword. I must say lm quite impressed. It has not yet been tested on my 4 miles a day. But just receiving it im amazed that it only cost 34.00 dollars.

  7. 5 out of 5

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    Brought a bamboo walking stick from this company. Deliver expected by the promise date. Received the sword excellent product. Thank you very much. Si

  8. 5 out of 5

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    Sword seems to be full tang and decently built for its price.The habaki (blade collar) was loose and needed to be adjusted. The paintjob on the wood of the “bamboo” was poorly done but sanded off with ease. Repainted it burgundy and glossed it and it looked fantastic. The blade rattled in the sheath but some spray in foam insulation and letting the blade rest in the scabbard fixed that. It sharpened up nicely and once the ground touching end of the “walking stick” was coated in PlastiDip it was quite serviceable in that roll. I additionally added black leather wrappings between the joints of the bamboo with silver screw trim. I truly had great fun using this product as the base for my Walking Stick.

  9. 4 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    This fit into my collection of low price arts smoothly.

  10. 4 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Very nice design and no one suspects its a sword. very good craftsmanship. holds up well against striking mats but is not meant for real combat.

  11. 3 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    For $20 there’s not much to complain about, but here are some things to know. The blade is unsharpened. It is a flat slab of steel with no wedge to the shape of the blade’s cross-section. The temper line is artificially ground onto the blade and not part of the process of heating like in a real katana. It’s worth the price for a theatrical showpiece, but a real sword, it ain’t.

  12. 3 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Like other reviews it an ok sword for 20 bucks .It is not the real thing but you get what you pay for.

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