I bought two to work on my dual handed sword play. They have been fantastic, however I don't really like the finish on these small ones compared to the bigger ones.
Works as a mace should. Price is reasonable.
I'm new to Indian Club and Mace swinging. I actually went to my local hardware store and handled some sledge hammers of different weights to help me determine what I would get as my first Mace and glad I did. I decided to go light and get the 5lb one. Glad I did! There is a definite learning curve with these, especially the over the shoulder, behind the head swings like the 10:2's and 360s. You will hit yourself and occasionally drop the Mace. The fiver is great for learning technique. Now, I've since ordered and received the 10lb club and the difference is striking! What a difference the extra 5lbs and foot length on the handle make. These clubs are well made and balanced. The 5lb handle is knurled from the bottom to about 2/3 up the length. The 10lb handle is knurled a foot on the bottom and then again mid-way up the handle. I can assure you that I will not be moving up to the 10lb for quite a bit. It would also be a bit difficult for indoor use due to the length. It's an outside club. The heads are flattened so the clubs will stand independently and are plainly marked. Just for reference I am about 6 foot tall and 180lbs. Not exactly a weakling but am not ashamed to say that I'm glad I went with the lighter club. Good purchase.
My first steel mace and I have no complaints. Seems to be well made.
This is an excellent piece of equipment to get an unusual work out with. Very sturdy and feels good to swing and slam a tire with.