The two sabers come off to give twice the fun. They screw on, so they stay in well. My son was under the impression that the "spinner" meant that he could hold the center and the whole saber would spin around and around. It doesn't do this. But he's enjoying playing with it just the same. It's good quality.
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5 - 7 Years, 3 - 4 Years
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
2.64 x 12.52 x 15.00 Inches
This is a good toy
Star Wars Rebels Inquisitor Lightsaber
My grandson loved it, that's all that counts. It evidently wasn't available for shipping to a store in Fort Wayne, which is where I live, so I had to travel 30 miles north to the Auburn store to pick it up. Once there, the package was not labeled with either my name or the name of the item, so it took some time for the Wal-Mart employee to locate it. Again, it was a gift for my grandson, he loves it, so it was worth the trip.
My seven year old son loves this light saber. It's definitely more durable than all the light sabers we've had so far. My son is very rough with his toy weapons and so far this saber isn't showing any signs of wear. I will also mention that he loves the fact that it can be taken apart to become two separate light sabers so he can duel a friend.
A 6 year olds Christmas dream
My nephew has been asking for one for Christmas forever. It was sold out every where. Thank goodness Walmart had it at a local store. It made a little boy very happy! I have the video to prove it. Priceless. I do wish the sword lite up or has sounds to it.
Kids will love!
I bought as a Christmas gift for my son and I know he will love it. It doesn't do much, but I bought on Clearance and he will love it for what it is.
I have listened to my 10 year old son describe this toy for months and was very happy to see it on the Walmart website early so I could get it for Christmas. I hope that he loves it as much as he talks about it.
Doesn't light up
I saw on another retailer's reviews that this product does not perform as shown in Christmas toy ads- doesn't light up. However my 4 grandsons thought the versatility of the weapon was still appealing enough to include it in their Christmas list. They were all removed from wrap and boxes and assembled within minutes. The front yard was full of Star Wars fighters. Ordering for store pick-up was a breeze.
Bought for my 4 year old son, he likes it, but it's called a lightsabre and it doesn't light up or make any sounds.
The toy is a "lightsaber " , it does not light up . Perhaps I can blame myself for "assuming " but think the name misleads the buyer and kids are disappointed .
Not worth the money
My son had this on his Christmas list, and we bought it. We paid $30 for a lump of plastic. Hard to extend and has nothing to it!! No lights or sounds or anything. Worth $5 at the most. If the box wasn't ripped up during the excitement this would go back for sure.
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