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Saberforge Adaptive Saber Parts Modular Lightsaber System: Jedi at Arms

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Philip Isherwood and his team at Saber Forge are known for making high quality lightsaber replicas. Now they’d like to share the wonder of building your own lightsaber with Adaptive Saber Parts (ASP). These modular parts will let you build and customize your lightsaber even if you don’t have tools or experience.

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ASP have three main categories: the metal parts, the electronics kits and the blades. At launch there will be over a hundred metal ASP parts, each available in three different finishes. The electronic kits on the other hand will be plug-and-play – no soldering required. Finally the blades are made of polycarbonate and are sturdy enough for rough play.

Saber Forge will release new ASP parts monthly, so you’ll always have something new to tinker with.

Pledge at least $150 (USD) on Kickstarter to earn an ASP hilt kit as a reward; pledge at least $225 and you’ll get a complete ASP kit: hilt, electronics and blade.

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