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Sabermach founder Jay Chen holding up one of his lightsabers.

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There are a total of six different hilt designs to choose from.

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Sabermach's lightsabers are made of anodized aluminum and are designed to be easy to hold with no unessceary protrusions.

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The lightsabers can be held in one hold, or used in a two handed style.

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Higher-end sabers feature the ability to flash white when hitting another lightsaber.

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To prevent the 29-inch long plastic blades from flying apart when dueling, Sabermach lightsabers feature a 1-inch wide thread to securely hold the blades in place.

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The plastic blades are threaded 1-inch deep to securely fasten the blade to the lightsaber.

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Don't look directly into the LEDs without the plastic tube attached, as it can be blinding and harmful to your eyes.

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The bottom cap features the Sabermach logo and can be removed. A special connector can then be attached to link two lightsabers together.

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Master grade lightsabers also feature the ability to switch colors and have blaster deflection sounds.

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Expert and Master lightsabers come with cleverly disguised built-in charging ports.

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The bottoms of all the lightsabers feature Sabermach's logo.

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All lightsabers will come with a display case. Note the somewhat similar design to the Rebel Alliance logo on the Invigorator, but it's actually not.

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An unfinished lightsaber has yet to undergo the finishing touches.

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The prototype Kyrotek lightsaber design should likely interest fans of the upcoming Star Wars movie.

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If you fancy yourself a dark lord of the sith, well, this could be just the thing.

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