$2.95 Shipping On All Orders
Ground shipping is $2.95 per order (no matter how many items you order).
$2.95 Ground Shipping offer: Applies only for standard ground shipping. Entire order must be shipped to a single address. Only applies to orders to be shipped to a valid address in the United States, excluding Alaska and Hawaii. Customer responsible for all shipping costs for returned merchandise. This promotion may be modified or terminated at any time without notice.
Order Status
A KarateDepot.com order was placed within the last 60 days from this computer.
Check Order Status   Remove this Message.
Holiday Shipping Restrictions
Order by 2PM Eastern Dec 17th via Ground shipping for delivery by Dec 24th.

Order by 3PM Eastern Dec 22nd via 2nd Day Air for delivery by Dec 24th.

Order by 4PM Eastern Dec 23rd via Next Day Air for delivery by Dec 24th.

Valid for in-stock items. See the “Availability” tab on the product pages. Once you enter your shipping address, the cart will provide delivery dates.

Shipping options apply to in-stock items shipped to physical addresses within the 48 contiguous states. Delivery times are based on best-available information and are not guaranteed by KarateDepot.com.
Free Shipping on Orders Over $25.
FREE Standard Shipping offer applies only to ground shipping. Entire order must be shipped to a single US address excluding Alaska and Hawaii. Customer responsible for all shipping costs for returned merchandise.
Customer Review of the Manriki Chain
$0.00
On Sale:


Manriki Chain from karatedepot.com

Ignore the other customers, I don't believe their knowledge of this weapon is decent...I know this and others, and how to use...its suppose to be heavy and they told you the weight, the weight is perfect for real applications...the smaller cooler looking chains are weak in comparison to this...we are not walking a dog with the chain, we are swinging at a dangerous velocity steel weights as a weapon...it has the right chain for strength and durability...however, the length may not suit others as well as it did me...in between forefinger and thumb, up to the shoulder cuff is the ideal length of the chain for the individual...they could improve the pin holding the weights to the chain link, to be more secure than it is...still these are among the best quality of whats available...I have no complaints...and highly recommend this...  
by: Scoobie
5/13/2010 12:46:53 AM
Was this helpful? (1) (0)
Return to the Manriki Chain
Return to Martial Arts Weapons