Highlander III (Extended) - Calimacil LARP Sword
Calimacil

Highlander III (Colossal)

the Scottish Claymore

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The Highlander III LARP claymore is a sight to behold. Its steel guard and pommel complete the brown handle, which is slightly studded for a better grip. The two-handed-length, steel-coloured blade has a silver edge for an increased realism. This historical classic is extremely safe due to its unique Calimacil foam material. It will also be durable for years, without special treatment or latex use. This version is made with a flamberg blade of 119cm, for the very great warrior!

Character

Great for Scottish characters, this greatsword can be used by anyone wishing to have some extra reach. Be aware, however, that some beasts and monstrosities will use this claymore for its intimidation value as well as its sharp edge.

Weight (g): 1060
Total Length (cm): 175
Blade Length (cm): 119
Blade Tickness (cm): 3
Blade color: Steel , Brown
Blade Type: Other
Handle length (cm): 57
Grip length (cm): 24
Cross guard width (cm): 30
Material: fiberglass, Calimacil Foam

Customer Reviews

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The Awesome Highlander Colossal

I’ve had my Highlander Colossal for over a year now, use it at least every two weeks, and love it. Very good, excellent value, this awesome sword really does strike fear in opponents. Its huge reach has let me keep up to three people at bay long enough for my side to plug a hole in the battle line. I use it like a Montante, defending large areas or as a bodyguard to my commander. Very well-made, I expect to get a long life from this sword as it is just so good and durable. You won’t regret buying one.
Note: In the photo, I’ve given my sword a custom paint job.

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Retard

Le produit est impeccable j'ai rien à dire. Par contre le service ce n'est toujours pas ça. 2 semaines de retard et si je n'avais pas envoyer de mail pour demander une explication on ne m'en aurait même pas donné.

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