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New and Improved Converta-Chucks

New and Improved Converta-Chucks

Our efforts have innovation have paid off and it's time to reveal a new and improved version of one of our original metal weapons

The Machined Aluminum Baton Nunchaku are nunchucks that you can turn into a 23" escrima stick. Made from thick-walled hollow aluminum and machined to give you a firm grip whether you use the baton form or the nunchaku form, our converta-chucks have been an original martial arts weapon that we were proud to design and manufacture ourselves. The aluminum design and specially-constructed screw connector has passed our durability standards, especially in its baton form, but there has been one flaw: the cord.


With typical nunchucks, even our corded speedchucks, it's not a problem if the cord gets frayed or somehow becomes damaged because it's easy to replace an restring your nunchucks. However, this benefit hasn't been the case for the baton nunchaku. Someone could cut the paracord connector, either on accident or through an intense sparring session. Even without a particularly sharp object coming in contact with paracord, rope frays over time with use. We knew there had to be a better way. And there is: steel cable.

Of course, the steel connector is stronger than the rope. We also find that it is a better look and rolls just as easily as the rope version had. The steel connector also retracts a little easier than the cord did.


We are always trying to make the next big thing. Tell us what you think of the new steel connector and go ahead and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and the other social media channels to see our new weapons as they are released. If you have any questions about the Machined Aluminum Baton Nunchaku or any of our other unique weapons, drop us an email ( or call us at 1-800-696-0436.

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2 Comment(s)
Nick V
1/22/20 - 6:24am
Hi there, I recently purchased the New and Improved Converta-Chucks which I am very happy with. I like them so much and just curious if its possible to create a steel version of these ? Thank you for your time. -NV
Kombativ Team
1/22/20 - 9:28am
That's a good question, Nick. The steel might be a little too heavy for the connector, but maybe in the future we'll figure something out with a chain.

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