AusSabers The Path Lightsaber | New Saber Alert

AusSabers The Path Lightsaber has been released. The custom saber, an original design, features brass accents and a katana-like profile. AusSabers offers The Path as EcoSwing (budget in-hilt LED saber) or pixel saber (with budget Xenopixel or Proffieboard soundboard). AusSabers released The Path in late October 2022.

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The Path lightsaber hilt measures 283 mm long, has a 34 mm diameter grip, and accepts a 1 inch diameter blade. Hilt features a polished aluminum finish with black accents and an upper collar and lower collar made from genuine brass. Note that brass tarnishes over time creating a weathered effect, but may be polished if necessary.

Hilt features a katana-like profile and shares some design similarities with some Prequel Trilogy sabers. A low profile guard is situated below the slanted emitter. The Prequel Trilogy style lower grip section shroud features a large oval cutout revealing the black grooved hilt body below. An iconic red plunger switch is situated on the other side of the shroud. A rose gold tinted Covertec wheel attached to the lower part of the shroud. The vented pommel forms a truncated cone, tapering at the end.

AusSabers offers The Path in three electronics configurations: EcoSwing (budget in-hilt LED sound saber with blade), Xeno (budget pixel saber with pixel blade), or Proffie (standard pixel saber with pixel blade). All three saber configurations come pre-loaded with sound fonts and include a 1 inch diameter, 32 inch long blade (standard blade for EcoSwing and pixel blade for Xeno or Proffie). EcoSwing saber includes options for a 28 inch or 36 inch blade as well. AusSabers does not currently list an empty hilt option in their store.


AusSabers is an Australian based custom saber company selling some in-house designs along with an assortment of custom sabers from LGT Saber.

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