SP Sabers Clan Undi Lightsaber | New Saber Alert

SP Sabers Clan Undi lightsaber has been released. The custom saber takes design inspiration from the Luminara Unduli lightsaber. SP Sabers offers the hilt, a limited run, as an empty hilt for display, cosplay or DIY. The company released Clan Undi in August 2023.

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Clan Undi Lightsaber Description and Specs

Clan Undi lightsaber is an aluminum and stainless steel construction with a machine finish. A series of blue galvanized rings form the radiator-style emitter. Hilt includes a stainless steel blade plug (mirror polish). Note that the blade plug covers the emitter completely and is not a shine-through design.

Clan Undi is nearly the same design as Clan Koon, except to for the brass accents and pommel fins in the turbine-style pommel area. A spring-loaded acrylic plunger button with metal bezel is situated to the side of the knurled metallic red thumbscrew and knurled silver thumbscrew. A black Covertec wheel (ABS plastic) connects to the lower part of the hilt, enabling the buyer to wear the hilt with a Covertec clip (sold separately). Wheel is modeled after a production-used Covertec wheel. Hilt kit includes a display plaque.

Clan Undi is part of SP Sabers’ series of various Clone Wars era inspired clan sabers. Other releases include: Clan Fisto, Clan Undi, and Clan Mundi.

SP Sabers https://spsabers.com

SP Sabers is an Australia based custom saber company specializing in limited runs of empty hilt

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