Practical Pro Katana

By: Paul Chen - Hanwei

(USD) $456.99

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The Practical Pro Katana is built as an economical cutting sword for heavy targets, with an extended tsuka and a thicker and longer blade. The blades are constructed from hand-forged, high-carbon steel and are differentially hardened using a traditional claying method. The Practical Pro has a finer polish than others in the series. The tsuka is wrapped with synthetic black leather for its gripping characteristics and is double-pegged for safety. The saya is finished in a deep black lacquer with a black cotton sageo. The katana is stylized with a round Kuruma tsuba, which represents the “Wheel of Dharma,” symbolizing the Buddhist concept of the Noble Eightfold Path.


Reliks Product ID 2127
Manufacturer SKU SH2162
Blade Length 29 1/2"
Blade Material 1566 High Carbon Steel
Blade Thickness at Guard .36"
Edge Type Sharpened
Full Length 45 3/4"
Handle Length 15"
Weight 3 lb

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5/5 average from 10 reviews

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W - Verified Buyer

"When I received my sword, it was like a chunk of me that was missing had been filled. My first Katana, but certainly not my last."

H - Verified Buyer

"I'd love to make it 5/5, but it was poorly polished. Other then that, it's perfect quality."

C - Verified Buyer

"Excellnt Katana for price point. May not seem as sharp compared to others because of the robustness of the blade, but cuts with ease."

E - Verified Buyer

"The handle is a bit long to be actually practical. Awesome sword, though!"

J - Verified Buyer

"I love this katana! I like the slightly longer than standard toushin (blade), and I'm very happy with the very long tsuka (handle). The hamon is done very well. The "heft" feels right. The tsuba (hand guard) is aesthetically pleasing; being simple and without excess ornamentation. It fits into the saya (scabbard) perfectly; not too snug nor too loose. If I may make a small criticism, I would have preferred the menuki (handle ornaments) to be of a pewter/silver colour instead of shiny imitation gold, which detracts from the overall minimalist aesthetic. "

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