Diabolical Sticks – Skulls | Halloween Limited Edition

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Want to bring the pain but make it spooky? Love celebrating Halloween and want to bring that love into your next scene? You need a limited edition/limited quantity skull diabolical stick!

Skull diabolical sticks will not be restocked once they’re sold out. Get yours now or wait until next Halloween!

Don’t be fooled by the size of the skull or the delicate nature of the carbon fiber rod. Diabolical sticks bring the burn with each well-placed strike.

Please note that these are made by hand so the skull tip may not be perfectly straight or in alignment with the rod. It still does it’s job even when it’s slightly wonky (and aren’t we all slightly wonky in some way?)

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Diabolical Sticks – Skulls | Halloween Limited Edition

Description

What makes this toy so diabolical? The skull might be cute to look at but it’s going to feel like hell when it makes contact. OUCH!

This is the cousin to our Evil Sticks but meaner. Perfect for the masochist or sadist who loves for the pain to burn, the tears to flow, and the cries to get louder and louder.

Each diabolical stick has a hand-turned, hand-poured resin handle and a skull made of resin at the other end. In between is a 3mm carbon fiber rod. It’s a stiff rod that doesn’t bend much, but you only need to pull back the brick just a little bit for maximum pain and pleasure.

Details:

  • Total length: 13 inches
  • Brick length: 1.25 inches
  • Weight: 0.65 oz
  • 3mm carbon fiber rod
  • Tip and handle made using resin and white metallic mica powder

Please note that these are made by hand so the skull tip may not be perfectly straight or in alignment with the rod.

Diabolical sticks are more delicate than they appear. Both the rod and the resin can break or crack when struck against a hard surface.

Additional information

Weight .65 oz
Dimensions 13 × .5 × .5 in

1 review for Diabolical Sticks – Skulls | Halloween Limited Edition

  1. Casey (verified owner)

    So much fun! For those wondering, yes the skull face imprint shows up at point of impact!

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