Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge Lightsaber Belt Clip Full Review

The Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge Lightsaber Belt Clip is a handy, dual purpose belt clip that allows lightsaber enthusiasts to attach a lightsaber hilt with a Covertec wheel or a D-ring to their belt or pants waistband.

The lightsaber belt clip is designed specifically for the Disney Parks lightsabers, including the legacy lightsabers from Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities and the ‘scrap metal’ build your own lightsabers from Savi’s Workshop. The lightsaber belt clip is also compatible with many other custom sabers that use Covertec wheels or D-rings, although Covertec wheels vary in size, so it’s possible that some custom Covertec wheels may not work.

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lightsaber belt clip from Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities (rear)

The lightsaber belt clip design looks somewhat similar to the widely used Covertec belt clip familiar to many custom lightsaber enthusiasts. In order to attach a lightsaber with Covertec wheel, just press and hold the two ends of the belt clip, slide the Covertec wheel into the belt clip, and release the ends to secure the Covertec wheel to the belt clip.


In order to attach a lightsaber with a D-ring, like this Disney Parks Exclusive Rey Lightsaber (which predates the legacy lightsabers), press the circular black button at the bottom, lower the metal belt clip until it locks in place under the black circle, and slide the D-ring into the clip.

One of the best qualities of the lightsaber belt clip is its versatility. There are very few lightsaber belt clips on the market designed to accommodate Covertec wheels and D-rings (SaberForge Covertech Belt Clip System 02 is an additional combo belt clip option).

The lightsaber belt clip is primarily made of black plastic, except for the metal clip for D-rings. The front of the belt clip features a series of oval-shaped indentations, reminiscent of the Death Star corridor pattern.

The lightsaber belt clip is officially licensed and exclusively available from Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities at Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland or Disney World.

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