They used to sell these like 3 years ago. They stopped selling them because they weren't much fun, and looked pretty bad with the older hosts, but these look nicer than those. Still, doesn't really interest me much.
Alway's wanted a lightsaber FX, but never came to it.
This is for me the best of both worlds ^^
Laser and lightsaber..
I'm not going to use it like waving it around like the star wars kid on youtube.
It's just nice to look at when stalled with my other lasers.
Here's how it works, the laser energy that enters the LaserSaber is first diffused by a built-in optical element. Then the diffused laser enters the internal diffuser tube, which distributes the laser's energy evenly along the blade.
Inside the diffuser tube, there is a metal sphere which is suspended permanently inside. This sphere's movement caused by gravity creates the beam grow effects. There is a magnet hidden in the tip of the blade, which causes the ball to magnetically lock in place. The magnetic lock can be disengaged by bumping the S3 laser with sufficient force.
The blade is constructed from a 32â€� long, 1/8â€� walled polycarbonate tube, made in the USA. The blade is strong and highly durable, however, they should only be operated in a controlled environment by professionals. Unlike lightsaber replicas, LaserSabers are powered by highly powerful and dangerous lasers. User and observers should wear safety goggles at all times.
Made in the USA
• 32" strong polycarbonate blade.
• Smooth light up and down effect.
• Hard anodized T6061 aircraft grade aluminum hilt.
• No sound effects
• Spyder 3 sold separately