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Star Wars Darth Maul Double-Bladed Lightsaber Toy
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- Press buttons and spin Lightsaber to extend blades
- Extend one blade or both
- Extends to over 5 feet long
- No batteries required, not electronic
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I was in the most recent Star Wars generation of kids (7-12 years old as the prequels were released) and I had several of the lightsaber toys over the years. Haha, due to the excessive use, I had to replace them once a year or so. They were so cool to have, and I'd take mine everywhere. I specifically remember traveling to Chicago with my great-aunt for a week or so when I was nine, and pretending I was a Jedi on an escort mission to Coruscant, while the Clone Wars had just begun recently, so I had to look out for droids and separatists on the way.
It was great fun running around that huge city on my own every day (my aunt worked as a realtor and was out most of the time. She left me some money for food and stuff every morning, and I would just go out on adventures in the city) and I'd take the lightsaber wherever I went.
I loved it, but I always had the complaint that the swords were too... bulky. If you can see the older 2002 models of these toys, the handles are so thick and unwieldy that it made performing all the spins, tricks, finesse and swordsmanship you see in the movies excessively difficult, and nearly impossible.
These newer ones they're making, though..? INCREDIBLE. For nostalgia's sake, I bought all of them and gave the blades a spin! They're thinner than the old ones, and don't sacrifice much in the way of durability... I'm a 172 pound P90X graduate, and I could *probably* bend the swords, but not by hitting them against another sword. These will hold up in a fight.
Handling them is great, the handles are so light. Wielding these, you can move... fast. As fast as they do in the films.Read more ›
I bought the one back in 1999 and that one sucked! Too thick and the blades broke apart when hit against other saber!
BUT THIS ONE?
Skinny blade. STRONG DURABLE blades.
Just what I've been dreaming for.
Definitely worth the buy!
Enter Amazon: One click on the smartphone and this baby was enroute to my hotel...no fuss, no lugging through the park!! Beyond that convenience, this particular lightsaber is constructed way better than the costume accessory ones, so it will hold up to spirited use without cracking and denting. Overall, this was a really worthwhile purchase for us and will most likely be for you if you too are in the market for a Darth Maul toy lightsaber. The process by which I acquired this also worked out great (for convenience and economy) so I wanted to pay that one forward in case you find yourself in a similar situation for this or any other item needed while you are on vacation. Have fun.
If you're wondering, this lightsaber has no light nor sound effects like other light sabers, just like the basic flip out lightsabers of my youth.
It has good construction and so far has taken a pretty good beating.
The blades can come loose without pushing the buttons, but not too much.
I've had it nearly a month and it's still like it came out of the box, though with a few dings from rough play.
Only problem is there's no clip to hang it off your belt or anything.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Ok I love this thing I got it for Christmas (2015) parents payed like $40 for it, to be honest it's way over priced at $75Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
The lightsaber does not go completely in like i saw on the product pictures. Disappointed!Published 3 months ago by Colleen
This has seen many battles against the green, blue, and even red sabers in our household. It has defeated many, and remains strong.Published 4 months ago by Carly
Not worth the money. The saber blades keep falling in, are way too long for a 6 year old, and the plastic is of cheap quality. No fancy features either. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Vaibhav Phadnis
Its a cool little addition for star wars fans but dont recomend if you want it for battleing as it feels awkward and cant only use one blade if you want as the shock opens the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer