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Star Wars BladeBuilders Spin-Action Lightsaber @ Argos now £12.99 (was £49.99)
Star Wars BladeBuilders Spin-Action Lightsaber @ Argos now £12.99 (was £49.99)

Star Wars BladeBuilders Spin-Action Lightsaber @ Argos now £12.99 (was £49.99)

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4 out of 5 star customer reviews on Argos.

Turn to the dark side with the Star Wars Bladebuilder Spin-Action Lightsaber and prepare to do battle against the Resistance fighters with just a flick of the wrist, or use the included lightdagger for close combat. With 360-degree spinning connector lightsaber hilt that sets this Bladebuilders lightsaber apart from any other!

Star Wars bladebuilders spin-action lightsaber.

Includes spinning connector lightsaber hilt.
Includes lightsaber, lightdagger, spinning connector, 2 adjustable connectors, and instructions.

Flick to extend electronic lightsaber.

Customizable with other bladebuilders lightsabers (each sold separately).

One supplied.
Batteries required: 6 x AAA (included) plus (not included).
For ages 4 years and over.
WARNING(S):
Not suitable for children under 3 years old.
Only for domestic use.
EAN: 5010993302390.

8 Comments

Good find op, heat has thus been added

thank you.

Thank you so much! Another parcel for DS's 9th birthday in two weeks

Picked this up this afternoon for my boy. Great product at a great price. One word of advice. Make sure they are nowhere near the "big" light when spinning as the sabre is pretty long and needs a large area to spin freely

Wee mans birthday soon HEAT

It's a good saving off the RRP, but I found that the retractable lightsabers like this don't light up very well. I bought the Rey version for my 8 year old son (big Star Wars fan), who while thankful for it, seemed slightly underwhelmed. It only lights up at the base and even in a dark room, doesn't light very brightly even with new Duracell. I tried to take it back, but couldn't get a refund as Smyths said it was working correctly. I ended up getting another one from the Disney store a couple of weeks ago which I haven't seen anywhere else. The Disney ones don't fold down, but the way it glows is SO much better and has an added bonus of rumble as well as sound effects. I got the Luke Skywalker version which the don't have anymore, but they still have the red Kylo Ren version for £15:

http://www.disneystore.co.uk/on/demandware.store/Sites-disneyuk-Site/en_GB/Search-Show?q=lightsaber

It doesn't have the extra attachments for styling, but just a better purchase for the money

http://i1374.photobucket.com/albums/ag426/21benson1/Lightsaber_zpsv1inyvk2.jpg


Edited by: "21benson" 20th Apr

21benson

It's a good saving off the RRP, but I found that the retractable … It's a good saving off the RRP, but I found that the retractable lightsabers like this don't light up very well. I bought the Rey version for my 8 year old son (big Star Wars fan), who while thankful for it, seemed slightly underwhelmed. It only lights up at the base and even in a dark room, doesn't light very brightly even with new Duracell. I tried to take it back, but couldn't get a refund as Smyths said it was working correctly. I ended up getting another one from the Disney store a couple of weeks ago which I haven't seen anywhere else. The Disney ones don't fold down, but the way it glows is SO much better and has an added bonus of rumble as well as sound effects. I got the Luke Skywalker version which the don't have anymore, but they still have the red Kylo Ren version for £15:http://www.disneystore.co.uk/on/demandware.store/Sites-disneyuk-Site/en_GB/Search-Show?q=lightsaberIt doesn't have the extra attachments for styling, but just a better purchase for the money


I see where you're coming from and im happy with you're opinion, But one of the "cool" things about this saber of light tho is the "bladebuilder" part, as you can swap parts out with other parts from the range to create some really fun combinations
Edited by: "Funky_DealFinder" 20th Apr

funkeymunkey

I see where you're coming from and im happy with you're opinion, But one … I see where you're coming from and im happy with you're opinion, But one of the "cool" things about this saber of light tho is the "bladebuilder" part, as you can swap parts out with other parts from the range to create some really fun combinations



Yes, I agree, the building part is a plus, but just would have hoped for better lighting. We only got the Basic lightsaber with no attachments, as I thought the bits will be just more clutter in an already very busy bedroom! If only Disney started making Blade builder versions
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