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In its base form, it is a short, orange staff with white striped parallel lines and orange round knob on each side. The nobs on its ends can stretch so it can grow in length from either side, depending on the amount of pressure applied to the center.
Nami asked Usopp to upgrade her Sorcery Clima-Tact upon reuniting with him on Sabaody Archipelago after the two years she spent studying on Weatheria, incorporating the new technology and knowledge she gained there to create it.
Both Usopp and Franky used the knowledge they gained during the two years of training to incorporate all but one gadget of Weatherian technology that Nami gave to Usopp in order to make a lighter, more compatible weapon for Nami. The "Magic Wand" (which Usopp could not comprehend) was not implemented into the new weapon. Usopp worked on upgrading the Clima-Tact during the trip between Punk Hazard and Dressrosa.
Unlike her original wooden staff or the previous Clima-Tact models, it does not need to be carried around in three separate parts due to its ability to extend and contract, thus negating the need for Nami to assemble the parts together or separate them. The staff can also expand fast enough to deliver a rather effective jab to an opponent, as shown when Nami fought Charlotte Brûlée. 
- Mirage Tempo (蜃気楼 (ミラージュ) テンポ Mirāju Tenpo?): Nami has been shown using an upgraded variation of this technique, allowing her to become invisible for an unknown amount of time. This was first used to elude Usopp when he asked her to pay for the materials fee.
- Thunder Trap (雷雲の罠 (サンダー・トラップ) Sandā Torappu?, literally meaning "Thundercloud Trap"): Nami creates four dark clouds after twirling her weapon. The clouds are capable of producing lightning. This was first used when she was testing out the offensive capabilities of the weapon, which inadvertently shocked some members of the Mink tribe. Visibly impressed, Raizo refers to this as "marvelous ninjutsu".
- Thunderbolt Tempo (サンダーボルト テンポ Sandāboruto Tenpo?): Nami swings her Clima-Tact downward, and a powerful bolt of lightning strikes her opponent. It seems to require no additional preparation unlike her previous Thunderbolt Tempos. It was first used against Charlotte Brûlée, who was forced to retreat, burned and defeated, into her mirror world.
- Weather Egg (天候の卵 (ウェザーエッグ) Wezā Eggu?): Nami launches a large egg, which hatches to reveal a particular kind of weather.
- Thundercloud Rod (雷雲 ロッド Raiun Roddo?): Nami makes a long chain of dark clouds come out of her Clima-Tact. She then swings the cloud chain around her, electrocuting anyone within range of it. It was first used against a group of Big Mom Pirates and accidentally Chopper.
- Grow Up (成長 (グローアップ) Gurōappu?, literally meaning "Grow to Adulthood"): By incorporating the growth abilities of the Pop Green into the new staff, similar to his own Kuro Kabuto, Usopp designed the New Clima-Tact to also change size. Whenever Nami squeezes the handle she can extend the size of the staff, where the new length is determined by the amount of pressure that is applied.
- The appearance of the staff and its extension abilities are possibly a homage to Ruyi Jingu Bang, the magic staff wielded by Sun Wukong from the classic Chinese tale Journey to the West.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 82 Chapter 822 (p. 11-12) and Episode 776, Nami shows off her new Clima-Tact.
- ↑ One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 61 Chapter 598 and Episode 517, Nami asks Usopp for a favor.
- ↑ One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 70 Chapter 698 (p. 14, 16) and Episodes 624–625.
- ↑ One Piece Manga — Vol. 83 Chapter 835, Nami jabs Brûlée with the Clima Tact, causing her to wince.
- ↑ One Piece Manga — Vol. 83 Chapter 837 (p. 11), Nami defeats Brûlée.
- ↑ One Piece Manga — Vol. 84 Chapter 842 (p. 4-5), Nami uses "Weather Egg: Rain Spark" against Cracker.
- ↑ One Piece Manga — Chapter 854 (p. 3), Nami uses Thundercloud Rod.