Cyber Monday is almost over. When it ends, so will this deal. Don't leave Dagobah before you've completed your training. Become a Jedi. The Star Wars Luke Skywalker Force FX lightsaber is down to just $95.89 on Amazon. This lightsaber normally sells for around $140 with some jumps as high as $190. It has never gone lower than $100 in the past.
As the shopping holiday winds down, this lightsaber remains the last one on sale. Others like Darth Vader's lightsaber are back up to more expensive prices like $172. That's good though. The more expensive prices help keep you from getting seduced by the dark side.
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You still have time to become a Jedi! This deal will expire at the end of Cyber Monday in one hour! Includes a stand, authentic movie sound effects, and realistic lighting effects. It is collector-grade quality.
$140.00 $44 off
The deal given is no longer valid and we do not have a better one. However, we have found some similar deals
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Even if you don't want to dance around your garage waving this thing around, you might be interested in keeping it on display. It is a collector-grade quality lightsaber and comes with a stand for just that purpose. Keep it with the rest of your memorbilia or start a collection with all the different lightsabers.
The lightsaber has realistic lighting effects and authentic movie sound effects, so it will sound just like you're using Luke's lightsaber from the movies. It's a true-to-story replica of the same one used by Luke in Return of the Jedi and it even uses a real metal hilt. You should learn to master it pretty quickly. After all, Luke never really did nearly as much training as he should have and he got it down pretty good. Lazy Jedi. What you really need is one of those floating blaster balls to practice your deflections because you never know when you'll find yourself with a sword of light at a gun show.
This is not a toy meant for children. It shouldn't be given to children under thirteen years old.
You will need some AAA batteries to make it light up, so stock up on a 36-pack for just under $10.
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