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  • Holley Primm

    When you need to stay safe from the rain but also want to keep your man ego intact, a sword handle umbrella is the only solution. From broad swords to samurai swords, you’ll look like a rain impenetrable warlord walking around with any one of these umbrellas. http://buff.ly/1beMT0i #sword #umbrella #gadget #galoo

  • RR P

    #Weapons Created by Chicago design duo Materious a few years ago, you can find the Broadsword and Samurai sword versions on sale at ThinkGeek and elsewhere.

  • Wendy Murphy

    Sword Handle Umbrellas - Take My Paycheck - Shut up and take my money! | The coolest gadgets, electronics, geeky stuff, and more! #Products

  • Rick Flannery

    There are two types of people in this world: people that sing in the rain, and people that chop people’s heads off in the rain. Now you can do both with these realistic looking sword handle umbrellas. Whether you want your umbrella handle in the broad medieval knight’s sword style, or you want to rock…

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