Night Watchman SK5 Steel Self Defense 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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If you are looking for a practical self-defense tool that you can count on, then look no further than the Night Watchman Self Defense Sword Cane. Whether it's to assist you in walking or as an extra measure of self-defense, this sword cane will take care of you. It has a 25" SK5 carbon steel blade. The shaft is black, hard-coated aluminum and the handle is a sturdy fiber filled nylon. The rubber toe keeps the cane from slipping so that you will always be sure on your feet. It is 39" in overall length.


Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.94 out of 5
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Thorsflame Reviewed by on Mar 26, 2018   5 out of 5

Ok, I've had my cane sword now for about two weeks and I can't say that I have anything bad to say about it. The whole thing, from top to bottom and inside and out is really well constructed. While I'm not in the habit of abusing my toys for the fun of it I don't think there is much that can damage this thing unless you're really trying hard to do it. Even then it'll probably hurt you back, it's mean. The blade is nice and long without being too long. In other words, it's got some reach but it's not like swinging a telephone pole. It's sharp although it could be sharper which is an easy fix. The shaft is pretty hefty as well, you could probably beat a horse to death with it though if you tried it on a gorilla it would just really piss him off. I would have prefered the handle to have been a little thicker but seeing how it has to fit in the shaft I see why it's not. To me it's kind of like swinging a car's radio antenna around, all be it an antenna that could slice someone in half. I wish the cane hand grip was a softer rubber like the ones you'd find on a normal Walmart cane, just because it would make walking with it and putting all your weight down more comfortable. Also, I've discovered that you have to be careful and not let the sword fall out. While it holds pretty well holding it upright and shaking it I can't say the same if it's held upside down. In that case, the sword drops out fairly easily and tries to shave off a little knee skin. All things considered, I still give a 5 star but that's because there isn't a spot for 4.8 stars. So unless you want to spend MUCH more on a slightly higher quality cane sword I would recommend that you get this one.



Shane Reviewed by on Jan 19, 2018   5 out of 5

Love this cane. Great for every day use, easy to draw, rarely makes a sound so it's nice and concealed. The blade is perfect sharp right out of the box. Definitely worth the purchase.



outstanding Reviewed by on Nov 12, 2017   5 out of 5

I love it . I will use it as a cane its very solid. as far as the o rings they are tight and i think they are metric. but that is what silicone is for, not oil. the blade was not as sharp as i was hoping for but that is easy to fix. overall i love it blade is straight,solid and very usable right out of the box.... very happy



Excellent Reviewed by Stephen Dye on Oct 11, 2017   5 out of 5

The nightwatchman sk5 cane is awesome! Very sharp blade. Super heavy duty. Only retains by sliding into shaft. Wish it had a retainer of some sort. But when I say heavy duty, I mean heavy period. Far better than expected though



Fantastic Product! Reviewed by Jack Arnold on Oct 07, 2017   5 out of 5

I received my SK5 yesterday and i'm Well Pleased in the Construction and Usability of the product. I also appreciate the Care Instructions and Catalogs included and the Quick Shipping. As others have stated I am also gonna' have to alter the Length by 2 3/4" to fit my gate. I'm also gonna' drill a small hole into the back of the handle to add a Wrist Strap of some type. I'm 5' 9" tall and weigh 220 lbs. and it's the Sturdiest cane i've ever handled. I'm disabled due to falling through a building and suffering multiple life altering permanant injuries in 1986 and now I need a Good Dependable cane for assistance. And since alot of times in this day & age Elderly and Handicapped people are the targets of attackers it's a Bonus to know you have a little something Extra to Help Defend Yourself.



Right on the mark Reviewed by on Sep 22, 2017   5 out of 5

The sk5 sword cane came today,solid,sturdy and sharp.I was worried about fit and finish, fits like glove; pulls out of sheath well and fits back solid.Great product,holds my big butt up. Lol



High Quality Reviewed by Leslie Love on Aug 20, 2017   5 out of 5

I felt vulnerable after breaking my ankle, using a can or crutches. I bought the sword cane thinking it would suffice as a mediocre defense against attackers. I underestimated the value of this. Very well made, sharp, and a formidable weapon. I carry it all the time now. Also, In the tube, it's still a substantial defensive club. I'd recommend this to anyone. FYI, In September, TX will allow carrying a sword or long fixed blade legally. Sharpen your skills and be safe.



Great product Reviewed by on Jul 20, 2017   5 out of 5

Received mine today. Very pleased. Solid construction. Good looking blade with an edge (not razor sharp, but not a butter knife edge like some have said). No blade rattle. Good handle shape. Like I said, I'm pleased. One surprise - the shaft is larger in diameter than I thought it would be. Not a problem, just a surprise. One question - why is the rubber tip glued on? For some of us, replacing the tip is going to be a "first thing to do" action, and a glued on tip is irritating. Also pleased that blade care instructions are included. Don't feel that I need them, but pleased with the thoughtfulness.



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.



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