Make Your Own Lightsaber

Make Your Own Lightsaber Kit Even though a GE Engineer says we lack the force to create a Star Wars Lightsaber, this kit from ThinkGeek says otherwise!

The kit has 12 parts (small parts so Jedi’s over 6 years old) that fosters a fun building experience between geek kids and geek mom and dads. While this kit does teach important Star Wars trivia like which Jedi and Sith use certain lightsaber colors, it also goes into the principles of optics. When they bring this puppy in for show and tell, they can be more than your average fanboy and wax on about lasers, plasma, and convex and concave lenses. This 12-piece set is guaranteed to be a hit with your aspiring Jedi and their science teachers!

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Price: $14.99
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Star Wars DIY Force FX Lightsaber Kit

In order to complete Jedi training and become a full-fledged Jedi you must build your own lightsaber. This is just how it is done. If you lived long ago and far away and had just finished your Jedi-learning, you would be stopping by the local W’Al M’artt and buying yourself an Adegan crystal. Then you’d cram it into your saber hilt along with a power source, add a little bit of loving care, and voila: a lightsaber fit for a Jedi. Alas, there are no more Adegan crystals for sale. But don’t cry – we have the next best thing. The Star Wars DIY Force FX Lightsaber Kit.

This Saber Kit is just what you need to build your custom saber. One main saber unit with a tri-color blade (flip a switch and choose red, green, or blue – each with corresponding and different sound effects) and a slew of parts let you assemble the saber you’ve dreamed of. All the parts are based on actual screen-seen components, so your saber will look like an awesome mashup from the movies. And the coolest part is, you don’t have to choose between the Jedi and the Sith – because you can switch back and forth with the flip of a . . . well, switch.


Suggested Price: $99.99

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