Live Your Star Wars Dream At Savi’s Workshop With Handbuilt Lightsabers

May 24, 2019

Category: Gear

Disney’s immersive Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge will give fans the opportunity to live out their childhood dreams in a galaxy far away. One of the highlights of the new land is Savi’s Workshop where you can build your very own lightsaber.

You’ll be able to choose from four themed metal hilts: Peace and Justice, Power and Control, Elemental Nature, and Protection and Defense. The Gatherers at the workshop will assist you in selecting a Kyber crystal, which is the heart of a lightsaber, so you can begin assembling your weapon. Appropriate parts will also be provided based on your theme and cloisonné pin, allowing you to construct the hilt. Once the handle is complete, a 36-inch lightsaber blade will be attached to the hilt, prepping you to face any threat in the galaxy. The whole process will make you feel like you’re a rebel in a covert workshop who’s hiding from the First Order. The elegant weapon for a more civilized age will set you back $200.

Purchase: $200

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