Traveler Black Wood Handle Sword Cane

  3.4 ( 65 reviews)

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Part #:41 BK1880
  • 22 1/4" stainless steel sword blade
  • Ergonomic wooden cane head
  • Can be used as a bludgeoning weapon
  • Rubber cane foot for grip
  • 36" overall length
This Item Cannot Ship to the Following States: NY, MA, CA


You might look a target when you need a cane for a walking aid, but not anymore! Unsheath this sword that is hidden within the cane, and you'll send attackers running for mama!

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 3.37 out of 5

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Pankaj panda
May 02, 2019
(5 out of 5)


Dennis H Corcoran
Apr 30, 2019
(5 out of 5)
Black Traveler Sword Cane

I bought it as a gift, but my friend loves it

Jason McMurray
Apr 27, 2019
(5 out of 5)
Well made

Solid construction, with good balance as a cane or sword. Highly recommend!


Feb 02, 2019
(5 out of 5)

Exactly as imagined. Difficult to remove sword until I used a file to file off the metal burs inside, around the release buttons - now works perfect, very cool.

Dennis Tippenreiter
Jan 28, 2019
(5 out of 5)
Black Traveler Wood Handle Sword Cane

I like the cane very much. I really use it as a cane and like that there is protection at my finger tips. But, the two release buttons do not work well. I could never release it it a moment of need. It would take a few seconds to accomplish and sometimes that is to long to wait.

Bryce Oliver
Jan 25, 2019
(4 out of 5)

I liked it overall with the only disappointment being the sheath. The blade just hangs in it bouncing around dulling it.

Eric Osterhout
Aug 17, 2018
(3 out of 5)
You get what you pay for

For $20 bucks it is a fairly solid piece of kit, but not nearly perfect. Straight out of the box, the wooden ball on the handle fell off. The blade rattles in the cane, and needs to be sharpened, but it does have a decent "heft" about it. As others have said, a few modifications and this could be an excellent cane.


Jun 29, 2018
(4 out of 5)
Well I like it! but i like most things lol

I find myself sitting here at the house holding this cane in my arm like I'm some D&^'n general or something barking orders at the kids lol. On a serious note its a lightweight cane that does the job. Got this one as a gift from a family member. like the twist and release to engage the blade. I do tend to like things more as being a optimist, but if it is a sub par product I don't have issue with speaking rather candid on quality issues... I just try to keep it real like some people expect the world for a $20 item! I mean C'mon sometimes you get a real winner for a bargain price but one always needs to be subjective depending on value vs. price vs. reality that in most cases you really do get what you pay for :)

Estella Cano
Nov 04, 2017
(5 out of 5)
Perfect Protection

I just got cane today and cannot believe how nice it is. Way better than I expected for the price. Like someone posted before, any problems they had in the past have been fixed. I think I'll buy some for Christmas presents. Too bad we live in such a dangerous world. At least this cane gives you a fighting chance. I love it!


Apr 18, 2017
(5 out of 5)
Love at first swing....

When I received these items as a bogo, the Pommel came out of both canes, glued them back together. At first test swing against an aloe plant leaf, the ball bearings that hold the blade into the scabbard popped out and the whole blade shot out of its handle onto the ground. Definitely something I feel strongly about defending myself with. I replaced the blade back into the handle and drilled a hole and screwed it in, it wont come out now. However I cant find the ball bearings anywhere. Oh well, for 10 bucks its a do it yourself item, but I still like it.

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