This Is The Most Movie-Accurate (And Very Expensive) Lightsaber Available

Vader’s Vault are known for creating quality custom lightsabers for Star Wars fans throughout the years. Now, they’ve announced a new line-up called the Hero model which is the first “duel-worthy, accurate,” lightsabers.

Vader's Vault Hero Model

The Hero model will be priced at $549 and comes with a “full light, Plecter Labs sound, charger, and blade,” so you can recreate those epic duels from Star Wars.

If you’re flushed with cash or a really die-hard fan of Star Wars, you can opt to add-in “flash on clash” and premium colors to really make the lightsaber duel-ready.

Hero Model Lightsaber

Want to order one? Better be quick as Hero models will only be available in limited quantities. You can head over to Vader’s Vault to order your “movie-accurate” lightsaber.

Source: Vader’s Vault via Facebook

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