Ultrasabers Spectre Lightsaber | New Saber Alert
Ultrasabers released the Spectre lightsaber today. The custom lightsaber is unofficially inspired by the design of the Kanan Jarrus lightsaber. The top of the two-toned hilt features an emitter shroud with a u-shaped cutout and a series of optional vertical, grate-style windows in the emitter. The emitter area features a disc-shaped tsuba (handguard) as well.
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The body of Spectre is anodized black. An optional silver-colored, circuit board pattern engraving is also available. Ultrasabers offers two activation box styles: angled or squared. Both styles feature an AV switch in the center. A metallic silver shroud (or sleeve) covers the body of the hilt. The shroud includes one large cutout section in the front and series of long, thin, stadium-shaped vertical cutouts in the rear of the hilt. Four small cuboids encircle the vented pommel. The pommel tapers near its base. The hilt is about 1.5 inches in diameter and about 13.5 inches long (from the top of the emitter to the bottom of the pommel).
Spectre’s included Covertec wheel may either attach to the emitter section or to the lower body section above the pommel. The buyer may also add a D-ring to the pommel as an upgrade. Spectre’s emitter and pommel are MHS compatible.
Based in the United States, Ultrasabers is one of the largest custom saber companies in the world.
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Image depicts rear of Ultrasabers Spectre (left) and front of Ultrasabers Spectre with the engraved circuit board pattern (right)
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