In Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Asajj Ventress used a pair of red-bladed Lightsabers during her years as Count Dooku’s apprentice.
Fans can imagine the biggest battles and missions in the Star Wars saga with Lightsabers from The Black Series (Each sold separately. Subject to availability.)! With exquisite features and decoration, this series embodies the quality and realism that Star Wars devotees love. With the Force FX Lightsaber, featuring LED technology, classic Lightsaber sound effects, and a real metal hilt, fans can experience imagine exciting Star Wars action and adventure!
PREMIUM DETAILING FOR AUTHENTICITY: The durable real metal hilt features design and deco based on Asajj Ventress’ iconic Lightsaber featured in Star Wars: The Clone Wars
MOVIE-AUTHENTIC LIGHT AND SOUND EFFECTS: Glowing, bright red blade ignites with realistic power-up and power-down light effects. Features four authentic Lightsaber sound effects digitally recorded from the Star Wars movies, including power-up, power down, and idle hum and battle clash effects
CREATE A DOUBLE-BLADED LIGHTSABER: Use the included hilt adapter to combine with an additional Assajj Ventress Force FX Lightsaber to create a double-bladed Lightsaber (Sold separately. Subject to availability.)
INCLUDES DISPLAY STAND: Proudly display this Asajj Ventress Force FX Lightsaber in any Star Wars collection with the included specially-designed stand
BUILD AN EPIC COLLECTION: Look for other Star Wars The Black Series premium roleplay items such as Force FX Lightsabers and helmets (Sold separately. Subject to availability.)
Includes: Lightsaber, stand, adapter, hex key, and instructions.
X3 1.5V AA ALKALINE BATTERIES REQUIRED. NOT INCLUDED.
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Star Wars The Clone Wars Asajj Ventress The Black Series Force FX Lightsaber is rated
2.3 out of
Rated 3 out of
could have been greatIt's a solid Saber. But a missed opportunity when you can't detach the blade from the hilt. It's hard to display when you need 2 of these for the full effect.
Date published: 2020-08-03
Rated 1 out of
Cheap!!!Bought it for the collection. Will not buy a 2nd one ala Darth Maul.
Cheaper quality and more expensive!!! Explain!!!
Date published: 2020-08-03
Rated 3 out of
Decent, but kinda disappointedDecent, but Kinda Disappointed
I was so excited when I saw Hasbro was bringing back some of the most rare and limited supplied sabers, including this one. I was so excited to receive it once it released. And for the week or so I have had it, I gotta say I am honestly kinda disappointed. Mostly due to factors of quality and some to hilt design. Let me summarize by some key points.
1. The on-off switch. This is the most tackiest and aesthetically unpleasing part of the saber. It is literally a switch on the underside near the emitter, and it looks like the on-off switch you would see on a toy. It is tacky as heck. I don't know why they make the switch this way, especially since most other sabers have on switches that are more hidden or make more sense. the switch just has a cheap feel to it and I do not like it at all.
2. The proportions. Asajj's sabers, based on the designs, has a rectangular shape, in which the up and down sides(Length) is longer than the width, which looks like it would give you a good grip. However, this saber is more square, which not only makes it look a bit more bulky, but also feels bulky in my hand. I feel like the proportions of the width should be smaller, so that it looks more sleek and also fits and feels better in the hand.
3. The overall cheaper feel. I think a fair amount of this saber is made out of plastic. Not all of it, but some, and because of that it feels more cheap to look at and hold. Particularly, it is the black stripes that run down through the hilt. They feel like a cheap plastic, and it kinda irritates me considering that other sabers hasbro makes feel better in terms of quality.
4. Brightness. It isn't bad, but it isn't as bright as I was expecting. Heck, i have a darth vader saber made 13 years ago and it is slightly brighter than this saber released this year. I was expecting brighter LED's, but I guess not.
I would say the saber ain't bad, but I am slightly disappointed with it's quality, especially considering what they charge. I would say Hasbro can make it up by taking off at least 40-50 (Cause it was originally 50 bucks more than what gamestop is selling it for now.) to lower the price to something I think is a little more reasonable. I do not know why this saber is more expensive than the other force fx they sell. Maybe I am being very picky, cause I am a very picky person. But nonetheless, these certain aspects do take off points for me. I am still overall fine with it, but I feel it could've been better personally.