Okinawan Style Tonfas

Item No. 1293
Beautifully crafted from ash wood, these tonfa are ergonomically cut to fit your hands. Grips feature enlarged end caps to prevent sliding. Available in three sizes: 14-inch shafts with 2.75-inch grips 17-inch shafts with 3-inch grips 19.5-inch shafts with 3.5-inch grips Sold in pairs. Imported.
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Okinawan Style Tonfas

Item No. 1293
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Description
Beautifully crafted from ash wood, these tonfa are ergonomically cut to fit your hands. Grips feature enlarged end caps to prevent sliding.

Available in three sizes:
14-inch shafts with 2.75-inch grips
17-inch shafts with 3-inch grips
19.5-inch shafts with 3.5-inch grips

Sold in pairs. Imported.
Specifications
Brand Century
Weapon Material Wood
Reviews (3)
  • Okinawan Tonfa
    Two things I have to tell about them. I ordered two pair, one for myself and one for my son. My son's pair are a much better product than mine. My pair were poorly made. Of my pair, one is fair but the other is horrible. Handle was drilled wrong, lots of wood putty was put on it. It can't stand on its own because the handle is leaning about 15 degrees off the top of the body. In practice (non-hitting) I cracked the putty that was put around the massive gap. I did quickly replace it with a much more expensive pair and I took it in the shorts on this pair. I bought the 19.5" pair and my sons is the 18". I think if anyone is going to buy a pair, you are purchasing at your own risk. I do buy other items from Century, I just won't buy another pair of tonfa from them.
  • Horrible Quality.
    Do not buy these. Where the handles go on there’s so much glue around them, it’s cracked and looks like it’s about to fall off. Will be returning because quality is awful. Very disappointed.
  • Okinawan Tonfa
    Let me preface this review by saying I really wanted to like these. Then I received them. They looked great in the bag, but when unwrapped they are covered in some type of horrible sticky lacquer that feels like plastic. Also where the handles are inserted in the shaft there is so much glue that it ran down the sides of the tonfa and was then lacquered in place. The whole feel of them is plastic and cheap. I am going to attempt to sand them, varnish them with a quality product and give them to my son for practice in class. Personally I am going to order the tournament tonfa and hope they are of a higher quality.
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