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Light Whip Blade

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Price:
Sales price: $45.00
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Description

 

SaberForge is pleased to offer our customers the most advanced optical saber whip blade on the market. The Brand New Light Whip Blade

 

JUSTICAR SABER IN IMAGES IS NOT INCLUDED

 

-Made from 6mm side glow fibre optic cord that is 10ft long

-Available in two blade socket lengths for standard or windowed sabers

-Machined blade whip emmitter lights up and accents the saber

-DO NOT do whip cracks with the Light Whip Blade, that will stress the fibre optic cord and break it

-Light Whip Blade should not be used with sabers with claws or angled emmitters that could damage the fibre optic cord