The Rebel Vertical 3D Printed Saber Stand is esty seller Outer Rim Saber’s first (and currently only!) vertical lightsaber display stand. As a disclaimer, Outer Rim Sabers did send me the saber stand for free in order to review, so thank you very much for that.
One of the first things you notice about the stand is the large rebel logo that serves as the base of the stand. Outer Rim Sabers offers this stand in three colors: black (as shown), dry brush silver or dry brush gold (the dry brushed versions still use black as the base color). The stand is 3D printed in PLA plastic. As with many 3D printed pieces, the stand is a little rough around the edges, but you could sand down the plastic for a smoother appearance.
The stand is comprised of two parts: the vertical backing and the base (Rebel logo). The stand is shipped assembled. It’s 6 inches tall and the circular section on the base (for holding the lightsaber pommel) is 2 inches in diameter. The 2 inch diameter circular section of the base contains a second ‘hidden’ Rebel logo, which complements the larger Rebel logo that forms the base as a whole.
The 2 inch diameter circular section of the base allows the stand to accommodate most lightsaber hilts, even some of the larger and bulkier Ultrasabers hilts models like The Guardian.
The base of the stand very solid and stable. The vertical support piece of the stand works well overall, however, you can pretty easily push the the hilt off kilter a bit. If the saber is just resting against the support, though, the support works fine.
The stand works well overall and looks cool, too! The vertical design of the stand both draws the eye to the hilt (as any good lightsaber stand should!) without detracting from the large, bold Rebel logo that serves as the base of the stand.
Rebel Vertical 3D Printed Saber Stand (by etsy seller Outer Rim Sabers):