Normally, we don't advocate for heavy grade blades. They throw off balance for the lighter sabers, aren't quite as bright as thinwall blades and they hurt. Bad. We've always felt that thinwall blades hurt good enough. However, the demand for heavy grade blades done with our style was too great for us to ignore so here they are: A 1" Vader's Vault, Dual Diffused Heavy Grade blade.
*Vader's Vault accepts no responsibility, or liability for any damage or injury done to person or property with the use of this product, use at your own risk*
*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 Unknown on 9th Dec 2016
You can duel as hard as you want, it is THE MOST affordable blade after all is said and done and VV has the finest reputation out there among the "mass" saber and blade producers.
You will not go wrong purchasing from them, ever.
Posted by Fabian on 27th Aug 2016
Every inch matter. So a 36" should be the default size i think.
Posted by Bob Y. on 24th Aug 2016
These are some wonderful blades. The dual diffusion VV uses really makes a difference, and they're deceptively light without sacrificing durability! 10/10 will buy again. :)
Posted by Salmun Mousavi on 17th Aug 2016
This blade can take a serious beating!! After a few rounds of heavy dueling there are some scuffmarks, but no compromise in consistent brightness and no bends in the plastic. 5 stars!
Posted by Alex garcia on 18th Jun 2016
The blade is good i like it. I got the clear instead of the trans white. They do frost there blades so after a battle u will notice the frost part has been replaced with a scuff that cannot be removed with a eraser as other blades can. And after a clash with an object you can see the blade film bend but then dissapear right after the hit. Brightness is good but keep in mind this is a dueling blade and not a show blade.
WOULD HIGHLY RECCOMEND TO SOMEONE WHO LIKES TO DUEL ALOT
Posted by anthony on 7th Mar 2016
I did everything I could to try and dent up or break this blade, well, it's still in one solid piece looking like it's out of the box. Very well crafted, excellent lighting. I highly recommend
Posted by Unknown on 27th Feb 2016
Is a very sturdy blade, still diffuses pretty well and lets light shine through.
Posted by Kevin J on 20th Feb 2016
Looks and feels amazing. The light doesn't appear to dissipate towards the end of the blade like most do. Definitely going to have to buy more of these to replace my other sabers' blades.
As the warning says, be careful when opening the blade. The inner plastic slid out a bit and I couldn't get it in exactly right. That was my own fault though.
Posted by alex on 6th Feb 2016
The blade is evenly lit and is very durable
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Feb 2016
I have been a lurker in the saber community for awhile now, and recently (most likely for obvious reasons) have had the ambition to actually get some dueling on. I haven't really had a chance to duel with it yet, but I do enjoy the balance. Being a heavy grade for free form dueling, I would have thought the weight would mess with the balance, but it actually compliments my stunt saber from another company quite well. It wants me to swing it once it is in m hilt! I am pretty excited to try it out within the next week.
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