The Nautilus Steampunk Sword Cane



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  • 12” stainless steel blade
  • Metal alloy and wood handle
  • Painted iron body
  • 43 1/2” overall length

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This sword cane is completely Steampunk and was inspired by “The Nautilus”. Get it right now to add to your wardrobe or collection of Steampunk articles before it’s too late. The 12 in. blade is of sharp stainless steel and the piece is 36.5 in. overall length. The Steampunk-style metal alloy and wood handle is accented with an electroplated brass color. The body is of strong painted iron with a rubber endcap for stability.

  • 12 in. stainless steel blade
  • Metal alloy and wood handle
  • Painted iron body
  • 36.5 in. overall length

41 BK2725

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.10 out of 5

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Customer Reviews

Richard Oakley
Jan 19, 2018
(3 out of 5)
Cosplay only

I’m not going to be too negative on this considering the price. If you are looking for a functional & useable sword cane this is not the one for you. It does look good, I will give it that. Nice finish work but the fitment leave a lot to be desired. If you are just looking for a cool looking LONG cane to carry around while you are doing steampunk cosplay... this is great for that. It looks good.


Mark Blevins
Nov 16, 2017
(5 out of 5)
Very Stylish Cane

First, make sure you know your height. I removed 7 inches from the cane. It is advertised as a cosplay cane. It will bear weight. I am 5FT 10IN and weigh a little over 200 pounds. The cane will stand up to hold my weight. All that said, It is a really nice cane. A steal for what the price is. I recommend this cane.


Wendy DePhillips
Apr 29, 2017
(3 out of 5)

The cane was good but after a while the blade fell off


John Beard
Dec 13, 2016
(5 out of 5)
steampunk sword cane

i was impressed when i got the cane in august, to unscrew it to get the sword out is not practical in a fight but i had gotten it to use as a stylish cane. It looks good and felt extremely sturdy until today when i was walking up a slight hill from my granddaughters soccer game and the handle broke off. The part that screws into the cane is very soft and thin i found out and since i use the can to support my hurt leg it finally gave out. Fortunately i only stumbled but did not fall. I was sadly surprised my cane had an Achillises heal. So use with caution


Patrick Titterington
Sep 21, 2016
(4 out of 5)
Too tall for functional

Good sturdy cane, heavy head, looks good, feels good but made for someone approximately 6 1/2 feet tall. I am nearly 6 ft tall and am going to have to trim about 3 inches off to be proper height. Too use a as fast defense weapon, forget unscrewing the sword in time, but enough weight to it to make an effective club.


shaun bersch
Jun 27, 2016
(3 out of 5)
Over rated

This can only be used as a can in my eyes. It takes a ridiculous amount of time to get the blade out, so using this in a self defense is very unlikely. The cane part is nice but the blade is dull and useless. This is clearly a display piece although the cane part is functional. If you want a steampunk cane this is for you.


Warren Parker
Mar 16, 2016
(5 out of 5)

For the price, its an amazing sword cane!! Very sturdy, well built and has a good weight too it! I'm a huge fan of anything steampunk related so I had to purchase it. It is pretty large though, but that can be fixed by cutting a little off. Other then that, I am very satisfied with this purchase and would 100% recommend too anyone!!


Feb 14, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Marvelous Monster

It is HUGE. Perhaps as a fantasy cane should be. Using the "half your height" rule for canes, at 42 inches, this cane is perfect for someone about 7 feet tall! Someone under 5 feet tall could actually use it as a walking staff instead of a cane. It arrived from Bud K in a huge box about the size of a coffin. The postage must have cost Bud K a fortune (I got lucky with free shipping) I like the wonderful mix of heavy swirling metal and the charmingly painted and stained small rosewood cylinder in the handle. The sword inside is rather dinky and takes 6 full turns to remove, so would likely be useless in an emergency, but it is still a most remarkable cane, and the hidden blade adds much to its strange charm. I may never take it out of the house unless I get invited to just a costume party, but I really do like this one, especially for the price. It is just too wierd! Did Captain Nemo actually carry a cane like this? I will have to watch the movie again and see.


Josh Segall
Feb 02, 2016
(3 out of 5)
Nice But...

Cane is well constructed and is extremely functional as a cane. However, the blade arrived cracked and is not well secured to the handle of the cane. Even for the price I would not recommend this. It is very obvious that no effort went into making the blade. I am very disappointed. Do Not Buy
Response: We would like to apologize for this inconvenience. We have taken a look at our stock and don't see anymore that are defective. If you would like a replacement sword cane or a refund you can contact our customer service department at 866-246-7164 and we can get that taken care of for you. Once again we do apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.


Dec 14, 2015
(5 out of 5)
Great Cane

I just got this cane and when I open the box it was wow this a real nice cane it's longer than most canes the brass handle is really nice of course its not sharp but for the price what did you expect, Yes you should buy one for yourself. This cane makes almost all my other canes look cheap.


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