Umbrella with the hilt of a samurai sword

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This fantastic umbrella features a hilt the very simulacrum of that of a samurai sword, but regrettably does not actually turn into one under rain-smattered yakuza attack… not too surprising, since it’s hard to find either a samurai sword or an umbrella of decent quality for $29.95, let alone two-in-one.

Samurai Sword Umbrella [Thinkgeek via Uberreview]

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7 Responses to Umbrella with the hilt of a samurai sword

  1. Anonymous says:

    TSA? Who travels with a full sized umbrella on an airplane?

  2. Takuan says:

    hmmm, you have central heating and a dry climate, right? And wear what you wish to work etc.?

  3. dross1260 says:

    The carbon nanotubes help when it’s raining shurikens.
    http://www.truveo.com/Seven-Samurai-The-Movie-Clip-Rain-Fight/id/2305843012417180527

  4. dculberson says:

    Shoes = wuss.

  5. kiltreiser says:

    Damn it. I really want one but I can’t because umbrellas are evil. They’re a sign of extreme wussiness (it’s just H2O folks…) and they constantly threaten to poke me in the eye. I believe all umbrella users should be forced to go on all fours when they use them so they’re no longer at eye level. Silly things.

    But samurai swords are so cool…

  6. DSMVWL THS says:

    This strikes me as something the TSA would confiscate in spite its actual non-weaponness.

  7. DeWynken says:

    I agree with #1. Umbrella=wuss. Period.

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