Watto’s Junkyard Mr. Tyranus Lightsaber Unveiled | New Saber Alert

The Watto’s Junkyard Mr. Tyranus lightsaber has been unveiled. The custom saber, a curved-hilt saber, is inspired by the Count Dooku lightsaber. The hilt design strives for screen accuracy and the designers used the Master Replicas Count Dooku Limited Edition lightsaber for reference. Mr. Tyranus, a limited run hilt kit, is available for pre-order. The hilt comes mostly assembled.

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Watto’s Junkyard Mr. Tyranus lightsaber (prototype) | IMAGE CREDIT Watto’s Junkyard

The Mr. Tyranus lightsaber is comprised of steel, brass and aluminum. Some sections are chrome plated, anodized and powder coated. Black rubber grips are included as well. The hilt features a 7/8 inch diameter blade holder. A blade plug is included. The hilt comes with two pommels: one with sound vents and one without sound vents (for display). Mr. Tyranus includes a dedicated switch setup featuring a golden switch and red switch. All necessary screws and neodymium magnets (for construction) as well.

An optional laser cut acrylic display may be added for an additional fee. The display is designed specifically to fit the Mr. Tyranus lightsaber and features a black base, mirror accents, and clear supports. Saberproject Shop will offer an optional dedicated chassis for the Mr. Tyranus lightsaber as well.

Watto’s Junkyard

Watto’s Junkyard, based in the Germany, is a custom saber company that specializes in mid-range to high-end limited runs of character inspired lightsabers.

Image depicts Watto’s Junkyard Regional Manager lightsaber

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