You've asked for it, we listened, and it is finally here! The Photon Blade now in the 7/8" size!
Posted by Big-Andy Cosplay on 23rd Jun 2017
Amazing, super bright. Little bit of 1" thin walled blade stock as a adapter and it works with any 1" blade emitter. Looks really cool to have a thinner blade come out of a 1" emitter as it give the saber as a whole more of a classic trilogy vs prequel trilogy feel to it. Well done Vader's Vault, keep up the good work. Side note, I would love to see the enhanced day blades be made in a 7/8" size as well.
Posted by Jordan on 15th Jun 2017
I purchased this blade along side a clear blade and there is no comparison. I let out an audible "wow" when I first turned it on. It is truly impressive. Very bright and full looking! I was using it with a blue/blue/white which works fantastic! You will not be disappointed!
Posted by Carey Portnoy on 17th May 2017
Great upgrade in brightness if using a Tri-Cree BBW. I put this on my Graflex 2.0 and it's a real kick! The standard thin blade would drop off in brightness, though of course it was Blue. Though it did not have a mirror (using a shine through tip). With the Photon blade you get a more intense lime green which is even from start to end (34"). A nice little plug & play upgrade!
Posted by Howard Olinsky on 6th May 2017
This new 7/8" Photon blade produces a beautiful, bright, vibrant green blade and is perfectly lit. The bullet tip is evenly lit and blends well with the rest of the blade.
This blade is a must have if you have a 7/8" emitter and a green blade!
Well done VV!
Posted by Darth Pastrami on 28th Apr 2017
I bought 1" blade holders for all my graflex sabers to convert them just for a photon blade (and other options too, but mainly photon), and I'm SO thrilled this is available. Many Korbanth Hilts use 7/8" blade holders as well, which I love building and collecting. You will not be disappointed when you shine the bright blues through the blade, and you can get really amazing effects with certain color combinations doing RGB mixing, and if you are lucky enough to have a Z6, it's unbelievably fun to see what you can get out of it.
Thank you VV for making this!