·How to Choose Your Own Lightsaber?·
Hi guys, in this article we’re going to talk about the lightsaber that suits you the most. So we think there’re different aspects you could consider:
[Weight]Because battles might linger for many minutes, the weight of a well-made saber can eventually feel oppressive in your hands and on your wrist. When fighting, you want something that won't slow you down but is yet hefty enough for you to feel the force of the sword as you cut. Thinner, lighter blades provide more agility. Blades that are heavy are thick and give off the impression of doing greater harm when struck.
[Comfort]Many people choose lightsaber hilts with carefully crafted or ornate patterns without fully appreciating how damaging they may be to your hand during combat. Keep it easy, smooth, cozy, and made of materials that let you keep your grip while wearing gloves.
[Durability]This is significant—here, we provide lightsabers of the highest caliber. You could lose a combat in the middle of a lightsaber malfunction. Then, both figuratively and literally, you are out of luck.
[Balance] The balance of a good slicing knife should be present in a decent lightsaber. Not all of the weight should be on the hilt. Find a balance where the point where the blade and hilt connect rests on your extended finger and barely dips slightly in the direction of the hilt.
[Blade Length]The company you are working with will mostly determine this. There are several that permit multiple blades, dual blades, and other equipment that may be rather lengthy. Normally the blade length is around 92cm(36’’), but there’re also some people fancy shorter blades like 62cm/72cm/82cm...so on. We’ll recomment standard length 92cm at your first buying.
So these are the 5 aspects you should think about before you try to buy a dueling lightsaber for yourself. If there’s anything you want to know, welcome to leave the comments below,thanks!
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