The coolest thing ever

The LED Saber consists of a hollow polycarbonate tube, attached to an aluminium hilt, and illuminated by a powerful internal LED.

It is light, well balanced, durable, and exceptionally safe for use in competitive combat sports when combined with the correct protective equipment and proper training.

The sound of an activated saber and the clashes etc are like an open door into the Star Wars universe. Of course you could practice without sound but it's just not as immersive.

Saber Academy permits the use of students own sabers, provided that the blades are maximum 36” (91cm) length, have thin walls (2mm thickness), the points are rounded and that the hilt itself has no dangerous design features.

A bit of history

As rad as ledsabers are, though, not all are created equal. For instance, the Sith use red lightsabers, which they create by pouring their hatred and the energy of the dark side of the Force into their blade's kyber crystals in a process known as "bleeding" the crystal.

Jedi favor green and blue sabers, while certain characters have wielded purple, orange, yellow, and white lightsabers.

At some point in Jedi history, the color of the lightsaber was meant to represent the Jedi's chosen class. Blue meant a Jedi Guardian, a Jedi who used the Force on a physical level. Green was for a Jedi Consular, a more meditative Jedi who fought the Dark Side at its heart. Yellow was for a Jedi Sentinel, who balanced combat and scholarly pursuits. Synthetic crystals used by the Sith become impregnated with their dark energies and thus become red.

Saber Academy´s official combat saber is SL-3 BASIK (V.3), a made in France, the hilt designed on purpose to meet the requirements of performance, resistance, ergonomics and customization needed by Instructors and athletes to have the best experience during training and competition.

Weight: 0.500 g
Dimensions: 112 cm

It is neither a toy, nor a collectible but the access key to a new dimension of competition with self and others.