The detail and precisely machined part is worth every pennie. I have assembled a few for friends but this is my first saber build for myself.
When I purchased this I thought it would be a small emitter. However, it's actually a decent size to make single to two-handed sabers and is a thin neck, which I personally think looks pretty cool. It's definitely something to think about when building a lightsaber, and personally makes the whole saber look completely different from any other emitter.
Our saber blades (Excluding Pixel blades) are rated for full contact dueling. Capable of withstanding heavy dueling, even against kendo bokkens, and nylon hema wasters. During the machining process, some sabers may develop sharp edges. Before any contact dueling (as with any type of dueling), we recommend wearing proper safety protection for your hands, body and face. This includes but is not limited to: gloves, body armor, face masks, and helmets. Always take the proper safety measures before dueling of any kind. Saberforge is not responsible for any injuries that result from saber play, combat choreography or dueling.
No. We are not affiliated with Lucas ltd. or Disney. We do not make Star Wars replica light sabers from any of the movies, video games, comic books, etc.
Order changes are possible, however they are not guaranteed. We recommend double checking your order details to make sure everything is correct. If you need to make a change, email us as quickly as possible. If possible, we can update your order.