Roddenberry Star Trek Klingon Bat'leth Prop Replica-Oceanside
|Product Dimensions||43 x 16 x 0.25 inches|
|Item Weight||3.3 pounds|
|Item model number||RLS002|
|Manufacturer recommended age||15 years and up|
|Best Sellers Rank||
#2,653 in Entertainment Collectibles (See Top 100 in Entertainment Collectibles)
#13 in Entertainment Collectible Props
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||August 12, 2014|
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Constructed of high grade aircraft Aluminum & featuring a genuine split leather grip; this 1:1 scale prop replica measures 43 inches in length, is 1/4 inch thick, and weighs an impressive 4 pounds. This is a truly substantial display piece. Includes: Aluminum prop replica, cold-cast resin display stand featuring a plate Aluminium Klingon insignia, printed Roddenberry logo, certificate of authenticity, and a complimentary Klingon Warrior Floppet figure! Intended for adult use only.
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The box should be a Roddenberry box. I don’t think there is any writing on the sword itself.
By Miskatonic on June 20, 2020
It is made of aluminum, which is a soft light metal. It would not be a good choice for actual combat. For actual combat, you would want one made from high carbon steel. I do not care for this bat'leth because it does not "feel" right. When you hold it, the light aluminum construction makes it feel like a prop. That is … see more
By Scott Wall on March 26, 2020
This mounts beautifully on a wall. It is very authentic looking. Since it is aluminum, it is light and easy to mount. However, it is not good for anything else. Since it it aluminum, it is too light to feel like an actual weapon. Yet, you could not use it for cosplay because it would be to dangerous to carry in a crowd.
By Scott Wall on February 8, 2019
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Reviewed in the United States on June 3, 2015
… something that Worf himself could wield with pride. Mine hangs high on the living room wall between two bookcases and never fails to draw the instant attention of first-time visitors.
For non-decorative purposes, it's light enough for nearly anyone to maneuver, and you can easily find instructional videos online. Just treat it with due respect, because this is not some cheap knock-off. While the edges are not razor-sharp and the points are somewhat rounded, they are still edges and points and you could still accidentally do some serious damage. Or intentionally, should circumstances warrant. NOT a toy, and should be kept well out of the reach of children. K'PLAH!
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