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NEX 39" Quic Air Riot Baton

  • $169.00

NEX 39" Quic Air Riot Baton:

The NEX 39” riot baton is the longest expandable baton on the market. Constructed of aerospace grade aluminum and steel alloy this baton is strong and lightweight. Weighing in at 25.5oz and 39” long this baton can be used to create larger defensive zone. Also good for officers on horseback giving the officer enough length to form a defense. This extra long baton expands from 12.6 inches to 39 with a strong-arm swing. Closing the baton is easy, you just depress the button on the end of the handle with one hand and push the expanded shafts back into the handle.
  • Material: Alloy Steel & Aerospace Aluminum Alloy
  • Expanded Length: 39″
  • Retracted Length: 12.63″
  • Weight: 25.57 oz
  • Impact Resistance: 2 m

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
J. F.
Exactly What I Was After

The functionality and durability are superb.
Years of studying and practicing kendo are suddenly relevant in practice due to the length and conceal ability, and it works perfectly with my profession being in close quarters.
10/10 highly recommend.

Eric Schimel
Everything I hoped it would be.

The delivery was good, the item itself is well made. I’m seriously glad I bought it.

let the ass hole no be for they get to you .

snapped it out . put on my my costume rists strap .
i wear welding gloves for a better grip .
hope i never half to yous the baton . it is good to no it is on my mountain bike and good to go and fast if i need it .

Timothy Leach
NEXTORCH 39 inch expandable baton

I have other security batons but I wanted a baton where I'm not so close to an attacker I can smell their bad breath. Two of my other batons when fully extended I have to strike with a sledge hammer to get them to retract because I've broken cement getting them to retract into the handle. The pros for the NEXTORCH are the 39 inches length I can strike before hand to hand fighting. The button for retraction is absolutely wonderful, press it and the baton will ease back into the handle. Cons: the first I would like a lanyard hole somewhere in the handle so I can keep the baton secured to my wrist, just a personal preference. The second is the baton needs a universal clip so I can secure it to my utility belt or tactical vest. Absolutely love this baton five out of five stars!!!!!

Henry Mendoza

Definitely worth the money. Was able to deploy it the same way as my standard baton.