All of the same techniques we use in the industry standard 1" blade now come in the 7/8" diamter size for those smaller sized sabers. 7/8" blades are a great alternative to the 'whipy' 3/4" diameter blades that have been used in compact sabers in the past. If you have a saber that requires a 7/8" blade, now you can get the best in the business!
*NOTE: We do NOT glue our blade diffusion film to the blade. Please be careful when removing the dust cap, and when removing the blade from your saber not to allow the film to fall out. When we first entered this industry, we had noticed several of our competitors glued the film into their blades and had creasing/krinkling of the film right at the point where the blade flexes the most. Saber blades flex, even when just swinging or spinning around. If you keep the film stationary and the blade flexes, the film will crease. Not gluing the film in allows the film to spiral in on itself and flex with the blade. When we developed our blades, we chose not to glue our film in and it turned out that the film will last much longer without creasing. After many hundreds of blades, we can say that this method allows for a long lasting, even blade. We have blades in the house that have seen years of use with no creasing. The only thing is, you have to take care when removing the blade not to let the film drop out and use your included dust cap to keep dust out, and the film in.
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Posted by Geoff on 4th Aug 2017
I am so happy with this blade. The color distribution throughout the whole blade exceeded my expectations. The shine through bullet tip looks awesome. No need to look anywhere else for a lightsaber blade, you have found what you are looking for. I won't use any other blade again.
Posted by Maximillian on 31st Jul 2017
This is my fourth lightsaber blade I've purchased from Vader's Vault. I'm always satisfied with their products and they have responsive customer service.
Posted by Big-Andy Cosplay on 14th Jun 2017
The 7/8" blade is a must if you want your saber to have a more, classic trilogy or SW Rebels feel to it. I wish I could post a pick of this in my Vader hilt, because it seriously looks so much better than it did with a 1" blade in it. The conversion to fit a 7/8" blade into 1" hilt is very easy to do as well. You just take a piece of 1" thin walled blade stock, cut it to the length of your emitter socket and the 7/8" fits right in nice and snug. Vader's Vault, seriously, you guys out did yourselves on this one, props to you.
Posted by Stephen on 14th Jun 2017
Great for thin neck sabers and they are nice enough to cut the reflective film to the right length.
Posted by Unknown on 10th Jun 2017
My go to choice for blades for any of my lightsabers. Fantastic quality and the colors just pop either in the dark or room lit conditions.
Posted by Stephen B. on 16th May 2017
This is the best thin neck blade on the market....used it for several sabers that I have bought from other saber company's...even without the wrap inside it shows off an awesome color regardless of the LED watt. Highly recommend!!
Posted by Maximillian Layog on 8th May 2017
This 7/8" diameter blade is fantastic. The light is uniformly diffused. I like it so much I bought two more in varying lengths.
Posted by Vechaljian@hotmail.com on 14th Mar 2017
Vaders Vault makes a awesome product.
Posted by ivan on 11th Mar 2017
I've owned other 7/8 inch blades before but by far vaders vault blades are the best you get the full brightness from your LED! I have a graflex 2.0 with tri Cree XPe2 BBW LED and man it is really bright!!!!
Posted by Unknown on 25th Jan 2017
I build my own Graflex and wanted to find a blade to finish off and complete the project. I did some research for about 5 minutes and I found everything that I needed to know. Everyone said "Vader's Vault, shine-through, standard clear". Vader's Vault has the some really nice blade that are very durable. The film that comes inside of the blade isn't glued in like other companies and I like that. It flexes with the blade itself. I went for the round tip and, this next part is a must, you must get the shine through addition for the tip. It adds a more real look to the lightsaber and makes it perfect, and it is definitely worth the additional $3.
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