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I’m not a huge Star Wars fan (sorry, I just never got in to it!), but I know there’s a slew of you out there, including here at the office.
All I know is, I’m going to steer clear of the hardware team for awhile, because they’ve got lightsabers!!
This Star Wars Force FX Lightsaber is an official reproduction of real Lightsabers from the film. Each lightsaber features a glowing blade, sound effects digitally recorded from the film, four motion sensor-controlled sound effects, and a custom-designed display stand. They should last for several hours on batteries.
The lightsaber that Hardware Reviews Editor Jen Trolio is dueling with (left) is Darth Vader’s from Episode V Empire Strikes Back.
Desktop expert Joel Santo Domingo let me hold Darth Maul’s lightsaber from Episode I A Phantom Menace, which is a double-bladed lightsaber and it’s really heavy to hold!
Also available are lightsabers from Anakin Skywalker (blue blade), Mace Windu (purple blade), and Obi Wan (blue blade).
Each lightsaber sells for $99 on ThinkGeek and requires 3 AA batteries (not included). The Darth Maul Dual sells for $199 and requires six AA batteries.
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