Yoda Force Fx Lightsaber Available

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Yoda Force FX Lightsaber

YODA: "Much to learn you still have."

COUNT DOOKU: "It is obvious this contest will not be decided by our knowledge of the Force, but by our skills with a Lightsaber."

Star Wars, Episode II: Attack of the Clones
Since Yoda was created digitally for the prequel trilogy, his Lightsaber was also a digital construct. And so, Lucas film once again granted Master Replicas engineers access to the ILM computer files and reference images, allowing for the creation of the most authentic, realistic Force FX Lightsaber possible. While the Yoda Force FX Lightsaber is smaller than anything released to date - measuring roughly 33-inches (including the blade), versus average Force FX, which measures 44 inches - remember, as Yoda taught us, "Size Matters Not!"

Yoda Force FX Lightsaber Features:
?An enhanced glowing green blade with realistic power-up and power-down light effects. The power-up and power-down light effects are produced by a string of 64 super-bright LEDs that ignite sequentially inside the blade.
?Five motion sensor-controlled sound effects digitally recorded from the movie: power-up, idle hum, swing, clash, and power-down.
?3 built-in motion sensors for super sensitivity: 2 for detecting movement and 1 for detecting the impact of the blade.
?A durable metal hilt looks and feels like a real Lightsaber.
?A sturdy blade is permanently attached to the hilt.
Add the weapon of the greatest Jedi in the Galaxy - wise, old Master Yoda - to your collection today!

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Yoda Force FX Lightsaber

Q: Is the Force FX Lightsaber a licensed collectible?
A: Absolutely. The Force FX Lightsaber is indeed a licensed collectible approved and endorsed by Lucas film Ltd. As a collectible, the Force FX lightsaber is not a toy and it is not suitable for children under 12 years of age. Adult supervision is recommended.

Q: Is the Force FX Lightsaber a limited edition prop replica?
A: No. Although the design of the Force FX Lightsaber is faithful to the look of the movie prop, it is not an exact replica. The hilt of the Lightsaber was made slightly larger than the actual movie prop in order to accommodate the electronics that control the light and sound effects. The Force FX Lightsaber collectibles are not limited to a pre-determined edition size. Therefore, they are not classified as limited edition replicas.

Q: What is the blade on the Force FX Lightsaber made of?
A: The Force FX Lightsaber features a permanently attached polycarbonate blade. Once activated, the blade glows brightly, and the replica plays back digitally recorded sound effects taken directly from the film.

Q: Is the blade on the Force FX Lightsaber removable?
A: No, the blade is not removable or retractable. There are a number of wires and electronics systems in the blade that would not be as durable or reliable if we made the blade removable.

Q: How do the light and sound effects work in the Force FX Lightsaber?
A: The Force FX Lightsaber incorporates three motion sensors which sense both the motion of the blade as well as when it comes in contact with something. An on-board, multi-channel chip is programmed with digital sound-effects originally created for the movie by Skywalker Sound. The Force FX lightsabre replicates the following sound effects:
Idle hum
Swing (with pitch change)

Q: How long will the light in the Force FX lightsaber last?
A: It should run for several hours on a fresh set of batteries. The electronics, if cared for properly, should last for several thousand hours of use. Replace the batteries whenever the performance begins to change, such as reduced brightness or volume.

Q: Can I use my Force FX lightsabre for dueling?
A: This product should not be used to strike others. Although the blade is very durable, it should never be used for fighting or dueling. The Force FX lightsaber was produced by Master Replicas as a collectible.