SaitoWorks Classic ‘Kuro Edition’ Premium Tsurikawa つり革 Train Subway Handle

£26.99

Tsurikawa (つり革) are commonplace in Japan, found hanging inside train carriages for passengers to steady themselves with whilst the train is moving. So why are they so deeply rooted with the JDM car scene? Back in the day, Bōsōzoku gangsters would steal these grab handles and hang them off the rear bumpers of heavily modified cars, often dragging them across the ground until they disintegrated. This was of course illegal and flaunting one in public was a subtle way of giving the middle finger to society, a show of rebellion and disrespect to authority. Uphold this Japanese tradition with our premium JDM Tsurikawa drift charm handles.

The toy-like Tsurikawa we’d seen elsewhere just didn’t cut it. We therefore spent the best part of a year trying to source a genuine supplier of the notorious subway handles found in Japan. And we succeeded. Although this brand new Tsurikawa hasn’t been used on any public transport carriages in Japan, it was born from the same place. Built to withstand daily commercial use (think Kevlar nylon reinforced strap, stainless-steel hardware, BS6853 fire safety approval for use on trains and a high tenacity ABS ring capable of withstanding over 250kg of tension).

Overkill? Probably. The best quality premium branded Tsurikawa in the world? Definitely.

A unique accessory for any car enthusiast, hang it with pride from anywhere inside your car (or anywhere else for that matter). Comes ready to hang and supplied in our signature SaitoWorks packaging.

  • Kevlar nylon reinforced black strap
  • High tenacity black ABS ring with hardwearing double-sided print
  • Chunky laser-etched stainless-steel hardware
  • Premium woven tag
  • FREE EXCLUSIVE neo-chrome sticker included with every purchase!

You will need to unscrew the stainless steel hex bolts to install, this can be done with a standard Allen/hex key tool. This hardwearing Tsurikawa is suitable to use as a functional safety handle or hang from the rear of a car whilst driving, however please keep in mind the laws of physics – in rare instances they can still break if they take a bad hit.

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