Wicked Lasers’ LaserSaber is Almost a Real Deal Jedi Weapon

Wicked Lasers has been trying to craft an actual lightsaber for many years now, and with their recently announced LaserSaber they’ve come pretty damn close in doing so.  The LaserSaber is not a toy replica like the high quality blades from Master FX.  This thing is the real deal, and if you don’t protect yourself it’ll literally melt out your retinas.  Hence the need for a special pair of glasses to wear while using the LaserSaber.  As explained in the video the device works like so:

LaserSabers are energized by the light of Wicked Lasers, harnessing the power of the force. The LaserSaber features an ultra smooth magnetic gravity system that can “power up” and “power down” the blade.

The LaserSaber maintains its radiant brilliance even when the lights are on. The LaserSaber is interchangeable and will attach to any Spyder 3 model. The aircraft grade aluminum hilt ensures secure attachment of the blade. Due to the extreme powers of the Spyder 3, only operate while wearing LaserShades in a controlled environment.

All I know is that the LaserSaber looks rad as all hell, and you can check them out in action below.  Unfortunately, if this is a weapon you would like to buy you’re going to have to fork over a cool $400 to score the required pieces.  At least you get a laser death ray with it, so the price may not be that much to ask for after all.  You’ve always wanted a toy that could accidentally blind someone…

Buy the LaserSaber! 

Wicked Lasers LaserSaber Official Video

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Matt Heywood is the founder and EIC of where he strives to make you a better geek, one post at a time! When he’s not scouring the Internet for interesting nuggets of awesomeness he can be found in his secret lair enjoying the latest and greatest video games, taking pictures of toys, or talking Star Wars on EB’s Star Wars Time podcast show.