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Sword Umbrella - ACC Patented Design

#600040
$59.95

This patented sword umbrella opens quickly and has a hidden 10" blade which can be drawn with the umbrella open or closed. Umbrella is 18-1/4" closed while it telescopes to 28" overall.

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OVERVIEW

Here's a combination sword and umbrella at an affordable price to help keep you dry and safe from muggers. The sharp 10" long, surgical stainless steel blade has a tapered point specifically designed for deep penetration (we drove one through a steel helmet with no deformation to the blade or point). The blade is spring tempered to flex up to 30º and never break or take a set. Weighing only 18 oz, this umbrella stands 18-1/4" closed and telescopes to 28". You can draw the sword with the umbrella open or closed. The double nylon fabric creates a 36" wide dome.

Stores easily in your briefcase, glove compartment or trench coat pocket. Comes with nylon storage sleeve. Instructions included.

LIGHTNING FAST DRAW: From double-locked to unsheathed takes only 2 seconds with umbrella open or closed.  The incredibly smooth Double Lock System prevents accidental opening.

SAFE TO USE: Umbrella mechanism is totally separate from the blade locks. No accidental openings.

Patented by Atlanta Cutlery, made by Windlass Steelcrafts.


Cannot be shipped to AR, CA, MA, NY or Canada.

NOTE: The Sword Umbrella is not a toy! It is the responsibility of the purchaser to check with and comply with any and all state, local and federal laws.

REVIEWS

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The umbrella was slightly disapointing.it was shorter Thani thought I believed it was the size  of an average umbelly the tie downs,in a slight wind were inadequate,they came apart.I had to reattach them. Mechanically it operated very well. All in all I would not return it.
- Kenneth, February 22, 2016
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I am in the process of returning this item.

Firstly, the "blade" itself - it is literally a kebob skewer in stainless steel. Certainly it could be useful as an improvised weapon but to describe this as a "blade" or "sword" is misleading.

Secondly, drawing the blade, as another reviewer stated, is a very sloppy maneuver. I assume the "double lock" referenced above is - 1. Twist and then 2. Pull, but in practice it is just 1. Pull Slightly Hard; the umbrella opening action is push in the other direction - you can see the issue.

Lastly, the umbrella itself is of poor quality: the fabric is flimsy, very thin and seemingly porous, the ribs do not fit nicely into the very loose, cheap plastic collar as seen above, and the mechanism you use to push the umbrella open is made of the same cheap plastic.
- Mohamed, December 04, 2015 | Verified Purchase
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I was disappointed and probably should have sent it back. Trying to draw the sword is a sloppy operation that sort of works. The fabric is cheap and flimsy. I expected more after paying $60.
- Thomas , May 01, 2015 | Verified Purchase
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This is an excellent addition to your traveling companionship. If all you have gotten threw with is this, then you have the edge. Strong ,Flexable ,and a great way to stay dry ... I rate this 10 STARS **********. It is something you would pray for not only in the land of British Royalty ,where it would be totaly custom ,but any where ,for there is not one weatherperson on key , So before you spend $$$ on crap you cannot get throught customs ,stay dry with this "peace" of art and fell like you can make a differance in case there is a fallout that you would like to take care of!!!
GOD SPEED..........
- Chris, December 21, 2012
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Wow! This is incredible! Going outside I've got an enormous boost of self confidence knowing I've got a strong, sturdy blade with me. My wife doesn't want to carry pepper spray with her everywhere but an umbrella doesn't stick out at all and I feel much better knowing she has some way to defend herself should she need it.
- John, April 26, 2011
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