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Nunchaku > Corded Training Nunchucks > Rubber Foam Nunchucks

Rubber Foam Nunchucks by Fury Fight Gear

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Rubber Foam Nunchucks


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Foam padded!
4 Star Rating (29 customer reviews)

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Product Description
    • Available in black or white
    • Traditional cord attachment
    • Ball bearing and youth versions available

    These foam padded chucks will enable you to train safely, and comfortably at full force. The foam padding is 1/4" thick and extends the length of each handle. The chucks have a traditional cord attachment to reduce weight. They come in black and white colors with ball bearing and youth nunchucks available.


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Rubber Foam Nunchucks

These chucks have a very good structure. The form adds the needed practice protection for reducing bruising while moving, exchanging hand positions, etc. Also, the inter-core is soft allowing less bruising as well in the event of a mistake or striking the body. Light to move, yet heavy enough to develop momentum. For price and structure, I am pleased. Ous!  
by: quietstorm
5/21/2014 7:05:13 AM
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The price is right

The cool thing about these nunchaku is that you get the overall idea of the functional purpose of nunchuk practice without the lethality of something like metal or wooden nunchaku. They are fairly light, and the cord design is sturdily anchored fairly deep into the core of the interal plastic, not attached directly to the foam, which is good. The cord itself is sturdy, and I would argue that the nunchuks would hold up alright in a sparring match (haven't tried that yet). The only thing I think I would say is that the bane of the design is in the plastic core. It's fairly weak, and it depends on the absorption of the foam rubber. If you intend to use these, do NOT strike them hard on a surface. My brother broke a similar pair on a birdbath, hence he's not allowed to touch these.

Overall I'd say they're great and the price is right. If you are looking for serious sparring weapons, perhaps they are not made for that challenge, but for practicing kata with nunchaku and getting the overall feel without beating yourself unconscious, they're a pretty good choice.  
by: NateDSaint
7/5/2004 2:30:17 AM
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Very cool item

When I was 16 about 30 years ago I bought the exact same set with the same dragon image and everything. It's like some kind of gray plastic tubing, probably conduit or PVC. It has maybe 1/2"ID and 1/8" wall thickness which when covered with the foam gives you a perfect diameter. It was dense open cell foam, but the surface is smooth so it feels more like smooth pleather than foam. The result is about as perfect of a finish and feel you could ask for. The gold dragon image wears off fast, but the foam stays perfect. You might want to smooth the inside edge of the tube if it isn't already so it doesn't start wearing into the rope.
They're very light as you can imagine, but you can still get them moving pretty fast before you feel the air slowing them down. If you want to add weight there's plenty of room, maybe put a wood dowel inside?

I live in California so the cops took mine several years later. It's a serious felony here!! I spent the night in jail, $5K bail and everything. The only thing that saved me is when I explained to the judge that they were so light and soft that they couldn't even give you a bloody nose, and I asked the police to show them to the judge. But somehow they couldn't find them!!! No weapon no crime! Talk about a guardian angel! A felony weapons conviction for nunchucks is a 25K fine and 5 YEARS in prison!! That would've ruined my life. An ex-con w/ a felony weapons conviction would've destroyed any chance of white collar jobs or good blue ones, and god only knows what else. Plus I'd never be allowed to own, or even touch a gun ever again. Since I've been a gun nut since I was 8, that would've killed me.
Sorry for the long story, but now you know what they're like and made of, and that they can ruin a mans life.

Robert

  
by: RobertC
12/28/2011 9:32:26 PM
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As with all things called weapons, make sure you know the law. Look it up online or ask a police officer at the police station about the laws in your area. Be smart and do not carry any weapon into the police station.
by: joegoody57
11/23/2012 4:52:31 PM
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Corded

How strong are the corded Nunchaku? How likely is the cord to break when swung at full speed and force, and how difficult is it to replace the cord if it does break?

I'm trying to decide between ball bearing and corded for a very basic beginner's training in Nunchaku, but i'm a bit concerned that the corded version will simply break and be useless. I have noticed that these seem to only have two cords, iv'e heard that 4 cords or more is better?

Thank you in advance for the information.  
by: Justan
8/10/2014 3:03:40 AM
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Hi Justan. These are considered practice nunchaku, foam covered for safety purposes. As such, they do not tolerate repeated contact very well. They will hold up to open air swinging but if you start hitting things they will inevitably crack (internal tubing) and rip.

Three cords tend to be standard on regular nunchaku, so having two is slightly weaker than that.
by: okiken108    
8/20/2014 10:34:10 AM
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Ship to Wisconsin

Can these get shipped to Wisconsin  
by: Dakk
6/5/2013 10:41:43 PM
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I was not able to find any statutes restricting us from shipping nunchaku to Wisconsin. You could ask a local law enforcement officer, but I don't believe it will be a problem.
by: okiken108    
6/7/2013 12:57:30 PM
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I know these nunchucks are rubber and foam but can they hurt somebody?  
by: Josh
5/28/2013 10:22:33 PM
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Hey Josh. If you smack someone in the face with these they will not be happy about it. You'd be hard pressed to injure someone seriously though.
by: okiken108    
5/30/2013 6:09:01 PM
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i live in Canada can these be shipped to me?  
by: ninja4
1/31/2013 12:45:38 PM
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Sadly we cannot ship nunchaku outside of the US, even the foam variety. Nunchaku have developed a reputation above other weapons for being dangerous and thus are tightly controlled. Canada has strict laws for nunchaku control.
by: okiken108    
2/1/2013 2:05:52 PM
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Photo Joe

These rubber nunchucks are great for training. If you hit yourself it will not hurt you. After you practice then purchase the wooden ones for your tournament.   
by: joegoody57
11/28/2012 1:35:02 PM
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Excellent Training Nunchucks

I find that these are excellent for training. Soft enough to not hurt and heavy enough to twirl.

As with all things called weapons, make sure you know the law. Look it up online or ask a police officer at the police station about the laws in your area. Be smart and do not carry any weapon into the police station.  
by: joegoody57
11/23/2012 4:56:25 PM
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Love these!

Great for practice and learning nunchucks! Soft material, easy to grasp, and the thickness is perfect!  
by: Tina Engle
5/13/2012 8:35:59 AM
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Great Bargain

The quality far exceeds the price for these. And, the shipping was very fast.  
by: Foster
4/30/2012 8:59:10 AM
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Do these work good or break really easy and do they hurt someone?   
by: basketball man11
3/27/2012 11:51:18 AM
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These are good for learning the basics of nunchaku work. They will break if you smack them too hard against hard items. They will likely not hurt anyone.
by: okiken108    
3/28/2012 12:37:18 PM
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Best set I have found...

Our 7 yr old son loves these! He got a pair from a costume store and broke them in 2 weeks. These are a much higher quality and have lasted much longer and still going strong. Since they are foam rubber we don't have to worry about him hurting himself or anyone else. He will start using them at his karate class. Very good buy for the cost.  
by: TheMorman
12/28/2011 10:22:03 AM
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Super!

These are great. I ordered them for my nephew for Christmas, he is gonna love them. They are really well made and should last him for a while. I got them in super fast time, at a super great price! Shipping charges were cheap! I would order from karate depot again, it was a great experience.  
by: darlenee77
12/19/2011 8:51:38 AM
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Pleased!

My 9 and 13 year old love them. They are more sturdy than ones we have had in the past and the experience with this site was great!   
by: hook''emhorns
8/18/2011 7:15:22 AM
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Great price, great value!

I am recomending this site to my friends. A pleasant experience with the value, quality, delivery  
by: classiclat
7/22/2011 12:16:50 PM
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karate kid

Our 8 yr old son loves these! And, since they are foam rubber we don't have to worry about him hurting himself or anyone else. He actually uses them at his karate class. Good buy for the cost.
  
by: KRG
7/13/2011 9:24:36 AM
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size

What size are these?  
by: rf1
5/2/2011 2:51:21 PM
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These are a standard 12 inches with appx 4 inch rope.
by: okiken108    
5/4/2011 1:38:38 PM
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Poor service. Ordered more than a month ago and they still haven't been delivered. I will not be ordering from this company again.  
by: lauracoulterrn
2/27/2011 11:16:22 PM
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Doh! This must have been a backorder situation. Normally you are able to view your order status and it will say 'backorder' with an approximate delivery time. Products are generally taken down off of the site as well when they go on backorder so as to prevent frustrations.

Clearly there was an issue in this instance, and we should get it fixed! Please reach out to csupport@karatedepot.com with your purchase number and we'll get everything in order, and hopefully make it worth your while too.
by: okiken108    
3/1/2011 11:25:03 AM
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WHERE THEY ARE?

i cant buy them anymore? will you get some in? and are these good for a young adult or a 17 year old?  
by: jman_nunez
2/14/2011 10:51:25 PM
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We are out of stock at the moment. We should be getting some back in in the near future.

These are good for young adults or 17 year olds just starting out in nunchaku training.
by: okiken108    
2/16/2011 4:58:15 PM
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Good Chucks

These seem to be a bit more sturdy than other foam nunchucks I have used.  
by: wathakes
12/24/2010 8:09:31 AM
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Good for Kids...

My 11 & 12 yr old cousins love them and they are both uninjured so... 4 Stars.  
by: pakyon
12/10/2010 1:56:57 PM
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It is great for young students or beginners.  
by: shadow_ninja355
11/19/2010 11:53:11 PM
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these are awesome for a child. my nephews hit themselves going full speed and it doesn't phase them at all. they're a little light for adults but perfect for a child.  
by: jalex1981
10/18/2010 2:40:18 PM
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Write your review here.  
by: Ashleigh
4/12/2010 1:18:48 AM
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foam rubber chucks

These foam rubber chucks are by far the most liked training weapon we have in the training room. For the price they can't be beaten. Service was great. Thank you   
by: S/C Crawford Training Officer CCSD
3/18/2010 3:09:33 AM
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The rubber nunchucks are by far the favorite training weapon in the kwoon. For the price they can't be beaten.Pleased with the service. Thank you.  
by: S/C Crawford Training Officer CCSD
3/18/2010 2:58:59 AM
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Practice only

Good for practice but not for much more. They wear down and break fairly quickly. If you purchase these buy more than one set.  
by: Ninja_Yuki
11/1/2006 12:12:59 AM
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good beginning chucks!

These nunchucks are nice, but a little light for my taste. Great for beginners, but if swung too fast they get squirrelly.   
by: He-Man
9/28/2006 6:53:10 PM
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Perfect for amateurs

These chucks are great for people who don't want to risk having their brains knocked out by wood or metal chucks. They are light and easy to manuver with. They can still do some damage if you are hitting at full force, so I wouldn't recommend it for a kid under 12.  
by: battlehammer
4/6/2006 4:38:15 PM
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Good for the whole family!

These are great for practice and fit most ages...My family and I all Practice Jeet Kune Do and our ages range from 5, 8 , 27 and 32. We all think they are great. For a family that practices together it is a great deal.   
by: JKDLuke
2/11/2006 12:37:09 AM
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Good for kids

I just got these last week. For me they are way to light. My old pair were almost the exact same pair but were solid wood wrapped in rubber foam. The problem I keep having is if you try to swing them to fast they don't stay on course. They also have a habit of bouncing out of my hand. I did find that the are good for practicing new advanced moves slowly. I think they would be better suited for a beginner or kids.   
by: teampapi
12/14/2005 2:13:01 PM
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review

After a few days of heavy use, part of the handle broke off. This product is recommended for beginners so they can get a handle on this difficult weapon. Most certainly not for sparring, as I learned the hard way.  
by: olliehighzero
10/23/2005 1:43:51 AM
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Pain free way to master nunchaku

This product is probably the best way to build your speed, technique, and confidence with your nunchaku. Because they are light, they are EXTREMELY fast (if you want them to be) and great for practicing in the house without fear of breaking anything. The perfect way to try out those new moves, double nunchuck techniques, and other things you may not want to try right away with a wooden or metal pair. Also makes a great stocking stuffer for Christmas!  
by: dspmusik
7/23/2005 10:27:37 PM
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A fairly decent pair of nunchaku, great for beginners. The only problem that occurred was that on one pair I own, the plastic core broke near the cord, and is wearing away at it. This occurred through normal practice, not sparring. OK for the price, but I'd invest in a nice pair of wood, ball bearing ones, or at leas the ball bearing version of this model.  
by: Shaolin
7/5/2005 11:48:00 PM
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ok

Even though they have foam they still hurt a lot if you hit yourself. They are a bit heavy and a little too long for a kid to practice with.  
by: anonymous
10/21/2005 2:56:37 PM
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they are crazy light almost too light. my 5 year old nephew hits himself going at full speed and doesn't even wince.
by: jalex1981
10/18/2010 2:37:02 PM
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i love them sooooooooo much
by: karate love
3/17/2013 9:30:02 PM
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