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Star Wars Clone Wars Grievous Spinning Lightsaber
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- The power activation humming sound, battle-clash sounds and spinning and connection sounds all realistic
- When you extend your double lightsaber to over 4' long, you'll definitely feel like you're really in the thick of battle
- Create 4 cominations of lightsabers: double-bladed spinning, 2 single, single spinning lightsaber with a single, double-bladed
- Lights and sounds add to the realistic action
- Double blade extends to over 4'
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When your child presses the power button, the saber will flicker to life with either neon green or blue light. Just like the sabers in the Star Wars movies, the effect grabs your attention. If your child gives the saber a check-swing when it's in collapsed mode, the saber telescopes and looks like its beam is energizing.
Action Sounds Galore
The saber's realistic sound effects add to the excitement. When switched on, the saber crackles and hums. When your child moves the saber, a sensor within the handle changes the pitch of the sound slightly up or down to match the movements. And when brought into contact with another object, the saber crackles loudly as if emitting an electric charge. The effect will put everyone within earshot squarely in Jedi mood.
Spinning Fun for One or Two
With an electronic hiss and a clicking sound, the sabers snap into a central hoop-like ratcheting mechanism known as a gyro-grip. Once in place, the sabers can be held and spun propeller-style, just the way General Grievous does in the movie.
When it's time to disconnect one of the sabers, you'll hear a clever sound effect, and then the saber will be ready again for traditional Jedi-fashion dueling. The second lightsaber can be shared with a friend to increase the action and double the fun.
Easy-to-Use, Durable Design
The hilts of the Spinning Electronic Lightsaber are made of hard plastic that can stand up to rough and tumble play, while the translucent telescoping saber blades are soft enough to land painless blows during full-contact interstellar duels.
Children six years and older will be able to link both sabers together and successfully imitate General Grievous' spinning move. For some parents, the temptation to power up this toy will prove too great to resist.
What's in the Box
Two sabers, central ratchet, and instructions.
Top Customer Reviews
|Length: 4:33 Mins|
Is it fun for more than one kid? Uh. . .maybe.
You can share lightsabers but then there's no point in having the gyro handle if someone isn't using it as a single or double.
Material is the typical hard but slightly giving plastic found with other sabers.
Is it Cool? YES! Cools sounds. Also as a single, the gyro handle gives it the cool hilt of a sword kinda look.
Other single sabers are around $25, so for a bit less than the cost of two you get two, plus you get the General Grievous spinning action.
I can't imagine any kids trying to spin two of these, one in each hand like General Grievous. . .it's already a lot for an adult to handle one with both hands, since you need one hand to do the spinning and one to do the holding.
I imagine my kids, and others, are going to have lots of fun battles with this toy.
When I had the opportunity to try out the newest in a VERY long line of lightsaber toys, namely the General Grievous spinning thingy from the hit TV show Star Wars: The Clone Wars, I was pretty skeptical of the quality and lasting entertaining value. While the new Grievous spinning lightsaber is unique that it breaks into two lightsabers, is attached by a spinner that... well, spins, most lightsaber licensed products don't do very well. Needless to say, a true test of quality was warranted and I knew just how to do it.
To ensure complete objectivity in my test of the products durability I turned to the target audience, more specifically the neighborhood boys living conveniently next door, to give the lightsaber a true test. If anyone could find fault with the product, and by that I mean break it, they could.
For thirty minutes I observed the boys assemble the lightsaber, take it apart, hit multiple objects (and each other) with it, accidentally smack themselves in the head while spinning, put it back together again, take it apart again, fight each other with the split lightsaber, spin it around and around, smack themselves in the head (repeatedly), and NEVER got bored. I even got a call later that night saying they were still playing it, enjoying the flashing lights that lit up when they swung the toy around.Read more ›
Each saber requires 3 AAA batteries, not included. The spinner spins smoothly (one-way) or can lock in place with a tab. The sabers screw out of the spinner or can screw together without the spinner. Either attaching them to the spinner or pressing a button turns them on, and they shut off automatically to save batteries if not used after a few minutes, always a good feature for young kids. And in case you're thinking "you'll poke your eye out", the plastic on the saber blades is lightweight about like a soda bottle, and retracts if something is poked. Of course kids need to be old enough to know you never actually hit or poke a person or animal in the face or head with these.
I thought the novelty would quickly die off, but the girls still have fun with this, judging by how often I see it lying around the house.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Waiting for Birthday. Had to buy a such a good price. He wouldn't have the cheaper. Crossing fingers hoping it works at such a good price. $85.Published 10 months ago by carolyn
One of the Best Gifts I ever bought my grandson!! Well worth it!!Published 17 months ago by nenan57
Far too expensive for usual plastic goods made in China. I've had to repair both sabers at least once already. Read morePublished 20 months ago by gregory brock
These was a huge hit with my ten year old grandson. It doesn't break as easily as you might think and is still holding up to his play.Published 21 months ago by Cynthia Young-johnson
Bought this quite a while ago and my son stillplays with it. It also still works!! Would reccomend if you have a Star Wars kid.Published 23 months ago by Tenaya Holden
BEST GIFT EVER! My youngest grandson loved it so much I sent him a second one! Guess whose the best grandma? ME!Published on May 30, 2014 by PAMELA R STEVENS
Not worth the money. It's small - even for a child. The grip allows the thing to spin in one direction - you basically grab the handle with one hand and use the other to spin the... Read morePublished on March 27, 2014 by Richard C. Drew