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.