UC3129-BRK Adjustable Walking Cane
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- Country of origin: China
- Brand name: United Cutlery
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39 inch overall. Constructed of strong injection molded nylon with fiber. Removable rubber toe. Shaft can be cut to adjust length. Instructions are included. Hang packaged.; country of origin: China; brand name: United Cutlery; Category name: new products
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In terms of martial applications - other than classes in "cane fighting disciplines" - it is a total fail, simply due to its weaponized appearance that will attract attention. Especially the sharpened handle point could attract attention through TSA, but also the solid black plastic - HDPE? - that is often used to make police batons (this has a matte appearance, though).
On the other hand this is a superb walking cane. Unlike the "straight sticks" that Cold Steel offers, the traditionally curved handle makes this a joy to use, and instead of sliding across a wall and toppling on the floor, I can hang it on the door knob. I did have to replace the hard-plastic, screwed-on "cane tip" that it comes with. I used a 7/8" rubber cane tip, a common size sold here on Amazon.
I still have my collapsible REI walking stick, with rubber tip (instead of the stock carbide) for air travel.
I feel a little like a fool walking with this. But I have a bad hip and groin pull from jiu jitsu that means I can walk fine - until suddenly I can't, and have to hop-walk to get home / to my car. So I need a cane, but I'm not going to use those post-surgery, geriatic aluminum monsters, and I'm not going to look like Bat Masterson (at least the ficional Bat Masterson portrayed in the TV series - https://en.wikipedi DOT org/wiki/Bat_Masterson_(TV_series). As I said before, this is the manly-man's choice in canes! (No genders were harmed in the making of this wit....)
One problem: it's too heavy to use medically for too long. Short walks are fine, but nothing beyond 20 minutes; my experience with heavy canes is that wrist and hand take a beating.
Good cane, with limitations. Potentially excellent weapon.