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    starbucks2 is offline Registered User
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    Help! Need foam sword for costume

    Hi

    I need to find costume/toy swords made out of foam rather than hard plastic. Don't want the kids to hurt each other! I am looking for something like this:

    http://www.amazon.com/Foam-Sword-Toy...d_bxgy_t_img_z

    No luck in Pottinger St or my favourite costume shops in the Lanes. Any ideas??

    Thanks

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    toys club? jusco?

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    Just saw them at Toys R Us last week (I was at the one in Cityplaza, Taikoo) but expect all have them. There was a knight's sword and also a ninja sword, both made of foam. $29HKD if I remember properly.

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    There are a lot of costume and craft shops near the ladies market in Mong Kok. Cheaper than the lanes as well.

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