Goku’s Extending Power Pole – Nyoibō

£80.00

This is a replica of Goku’s Extending Power Pole – Nyoibō as seen in Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z.

The Power Pole is 3D printed and is extendable from approx 44cm to 195cm long.  This extension is achieved by simply twisting your wrist quickly, and the Power Pole will extend fully at both ends simultaneously, or it can be ‘flick extended’ on individual ends as seen in the videos below.

 

 

 

The Power Pole comes with printed end caps to prevent it from accidentally extending.

The carrying case is made from durable EVA foam, which is cut, glued, sealed and hand painted to the highest standards.  It is then finished with a jute rope to complete the look. The carrying case is longer than the actual Power Pole, therefore the bottom of the case is padded to ensure the top end of the Power Pole is accessible.  Overall, the finished product is It is light weight and comfortable to carry around all day.

 

All weapons are shipped using 48hr Tracked and Insured delivery services within the UK.

International shipping is available, please contact me for a price as this varies depending on destination.

This item normally takes up to 3 weeks to produce. We will provide you with an estimated delivery date upon receipt of your order and payment. See Delivery and Returns page for further information.

 

Goku’s Extending Power Pole - Nyoibō

The Power Pole (如意棒 Nyoibō, lit. “Compliant Pole”, or more correctly “Staff That Obeys One’s Will”) is a magical, length-changing staff that is owned and wielded by Goku for most of the Dragon Ball series. Before Master Roshi gave the Power Pole to Granpa Gohan (who later gave it to Goku prior to the start of Dragon Ball), it was owned by Korin. Although Goku uses it primarily as a weapon, its true purpose is to use its size-changing ability to travel from Korin Tower to The Lookout.

 

Excerpt and image from dragonball.fandom.com

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Description

This is a replica of Goku’s Extending Power Pole – Nyoibō as seen in Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z.

The Power Pole is 3D printed and is extendable from approx 44cm to 195cm long.  This extension is achieved by simply twisting your wrist quickly, and the Power Pole will extend fully at both ends simultaneously, or it can be ‘flick extended’ on individual ends as seen in the videos below.

 

 

The Power Pole comes with printed end caps to prevent it from accidentally extending.

The carrying case is made from durable EVA foam, which is cut, glued, sealed and hand painted to the highest standards.  It is then finished with a jute rope to complete the look. The carrying case is longer than the actual Power Pole, therefore the bottom of the case is padded to ensure the top end of the Power Pole is accessible.  Overall, the finished product is It is light weight and comfortable to carry around all day.

All weapons are shipped using 48hr Tracked and Insured delivery services within the UK.

International shipping is available, please contact me for a price as this varies depending on destination.

This item normally takes up to 3 weeks to produce. We will provide you with an estimated delivery date upon receipt of your order and payment. See Delivery and Returns page for further information.

Goku’s Extending Power Pole - Nyoibō

 

The Power Pole (如意棒 Nyoibō, lit. “Compliant Pole”, or more correctly “Staff That Obeys One’s Will”) is a magical, length-changing staff that is owned and wielded by Goku for most of the Dragon Ball series. Before Master Roshi gave the Power Pole to Granpa Gohan (who later gave it to Goku prior to the start of Dragon Ball), it was owned by Korin. Although Goku uses it primarily as a weapon, its true purpose is to use its size-changing ability to travel from Korin Tower to The Lookout.

 

Excerpt and image from dragonball.fandom.com

 

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