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Dueling Lightsabers for Ultimate Battle

lightsabers are also referred to as laser swords. The Jedi, the Sith, and other Force-sensitive blasters usually used a weapon. It can be used to cut through blast doors or enemies alike. Most lightsabers are designed for casual dueling. If you plan on severe or competitive lightsaber dueling, you’ll need a hearty construction.

In the Star Wars universe, there are many different lightsabers that every Jedi and Sith wield to wage war on each other. The iconic dark red lightsaber wielded by the mighty Darth Vader or the green lightsaber wielded by Luke Skywalker presents many options for choosing the right lightsaber.

While the standard remains valuable and practical for dueling purposes, Neopixel lightsabers have recently spread across the Star Wars community and the lightsaber marketplace. The purchase varies, depending on the usage of the buyer whether it is for combat, cosplay, or simply for display.

Can you duel with the Force FX lightsabers? The answer is yes. The FX lightsaber duel can be pretty vigorous and trustworthy, observing its features and strong build. It has a nice weight, and the sound at its movements are authentic battle sounds.

Specifications of Dueling Lightsaber

Hilt Frosted aluminium alloy hilt
Blade Duel grade blade in 92cm long and 1 inch diameter
Sound Low, High and Mute
SoundFonts Realistic soundfonts with motion sensors
Light RGB LEDs with 12 preset effects
Variant RGB Baselit, Neopixel and Proffie 2.2
Battery Lithium ion rechargeable battery, 3.7v 3600mAh
Double Blade Can be made into Double blade by using connector
Charging 5v Micro USB Cable
Features Flash-On-Clash, Smooth Swing, Motion sensors and Ignition
Hilt Frosted Aluminum Alloy Hilt in various Designs

A duel worthy lightsaber is a lightsaber that you can use in full contact sparring. Full contact sparring is pretty rigorous and demanding. When considering a lightsaber for dueling, the most important component is the blade that directly strikes the lightsaber of an opponent. The lightsaber blades are made from polycarbonate tubing and come in different lengths and grades.

The main two types of blades are Midgrade and Heavy Grade. Midgrade blades are utilized for bright colors whereas Heavy Grade and the Ultraedge Heavy Grade blades are recommended to anyone who needs a battle-ready lightsaber for anything more lively than light, casual dueling. It is clear that in terms of dueling, the durability and sturdiness of the Heavy Grade (with or without the Ultraedge option) is really the best dueling lightsaber. Moreover, the custom dueling lightsabers allow you to personalize them according to your needs for dueling/combat.

Lightsabers have their very own selection ranging in a variety of specifications. They are supposed to be duel capable and can withstand cosplay.

Types of Dueling Lightsaber

RGB Neopixel (Xenopixel) Proffie

RGB stands for ‘Red, Blue and Green)’An RBG lightsaber or baselit lightsaber comes with limited options as compared to neopixel or proffie and it gets light directly from the hilt.

Neopixel and Proffie Lightsabers portray numerous advanced features. These lightsabers are modifiable and can be customized. There are a number of effects such as flame effect, rainbow effect and many more. It is also not very hard to program one. You can watch a lot of videos in order to customize one for yourself. Types of Proffie Lightsaber include, Ranger Xeno Neopixel Lightsaber and Premium FX Neopixel Lightsaber.

Dueling History

Released in 1977, the world was introduced to Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader. The Star Wars dueling lightsabers has its own significance in the matters of color and force.

The dueling style in the first film was largely informed by Kendo, the martial art descended from the Samurai warrior tradition in Japan. You can distinguish the influence in the two handed grip and the small precise movements that culminate quickly into brief and savage exchanges. 1980 disclosed an important fight between Luke and his father, Darth Vader. The dark moments of Luke made him lose the duel, his hand and his father’s lightsaber. The last of the original trilogy showcased the Jedi building his own lightsaber and introducing green as a new color to the franchise, with Blue still being the dominant saber color.

You’ll see how the duels in the original trilogy typically have much fewer strikes, or point of contact between sabers, than the prequel trilogy.

16 years later, the Star Wars returned with its prequel trilogy in 1999 which increased the amount of lightsaber dueling, and the duels were generally fast-paced. Dueling styles in the prequels are still rooted in kendo, but evolved into a much more energetic swordplay. Yoda’s first lightsaber duel was unveiled against Count Dooku, who wields a lightsaber with a curved hilt, incorporating a fencing style by using only one hand. The most violent installment of the saga was in 2005. The 8-minute dueling includes the longest fight in the series with countless loss of lives and the rise of the Empire. The 2015 sequel features the throwback to the first films where the fighting style is rather simplistic and brutal, befitting Ren who fashioned his red saber from less refined materials and archaic design. There was an extended battle between Luke and his nephew Kylo Ren where their lightsabers do not actually touch.

Futuristic Features

One of the most monumental dream of any Star Wars fan is to own a lightsaber. Having a new one even if you have a collection of lightsabers is just as exhilarating. However, with numerous dueling lightsabers for sale it is essential to be all ears when purchasing a lightsaber. Lightsabers replica for dueling is not recommended and are certainly better for display purposes. You should always look for various brands offering lightsabers in order to get a top quality lightsaber. Below are some important features for you to look at before purchasing a lightsaber:

1. Sturdiness

If you’re buying a lightsaber for exhibition, cosplay, or fighting, be sure it’s strong. The blade, hilt, and electronics should all survive a long time and not break easily during shipping and normal handling. Some lightsabers, for instance, those for display and costumes, are relatively less durable than those lightsabers you can duel with. Neo Sabers, lightsabers are highly sturdy with blade and hilt that can withstand duels.

2. Dueling Quality

Before buying a lightsaber, it is essential to verify that the lightsaber dueling blade is a product of heavy duty polycarbonate material. This is why Neo Sabers lightsabers are the best option. Other, weaker materials are unable to endure the force and will instead break or bend. Also, the installation of hilt and electronics is firm and does not break easily. This is because while dueling, if the electronics, such as batteries LED lights and other stuff are weakly attached they might get dismantled.

3. Bright Lights and Flashing Effects

Without the bright light that pulsates and flashes depending on how you use it, a lightsaber isn’t the same. While plasma is an unreasonable expectation for lightsabers on the market, LED lights might provide a comparable appearance. While buying the best lightsaber for dueling you should not only think of having a normal lightsaber that should light up instead, you should look for one with flashes and other effects.

4. A Variety of color option

It is a fact that color is an important part of Star Wars. Blue and Green lightsabers for the Jedi while Red ones for the SIth. There is also some called the Dark saber. If you are looking for a specific color, then you should definitely look up for it. A few brands that have dueling lightsabers for sale, have LED lights that switch colors. Thus you could get a customized lightsaber and you can change it to any color you want.

5. Clear and Motion Activated Sound Effects

Without the signature buzzing and the crashing sound the lightsaber is not an actual lightsaber. If focused more, you might also realize that different lightsabers have quite different and unique sounds. There are also soundboards that you may personalize by downloading and installing different sound files. For the best dueling lightsaber with sound you should prefer the motion-activated ones that does not require you to press a button for particular sounds.

Range of colors

The most common lightsaber colors in Star Wars are Red, Blue, and Green. But the Star Wars Universe consists of eight of these weapons, including the orange lightsaber, made canon in Jedi: Fallen Order. The colors on the lightsabers are given by the Kyber Crystals which are rare, force-attuned crystals that can be found on different planets. They are uncolored, however, once a Jedi finds them, they take different colors.

The most common, Blue lightsabers are said to represent bravery and righteousness, associated with what a Jedi stands for. The second most common color, Green, is associated with harmony, helpfulness, corporation, spirituality and demonstrable goodwill.

The Yellow lightsaber is singularly used by Jedi temple guards, who carry double-bladed yellow lightsaber pikes. White lightsabers are used by Ahsoka Tano and are proof of her mastery of the force.

The Red lightsaber is unquestionably associated with the Sith. Since they are unable to forge the unseen bond, they have to steal their Kybers or employ other methods to build their lightsabers.

The black lightsaber (or Darksaber) is a one of a kind blade created by the first Maldorian which has a unique blade, which is shorter than the usual blade and shaped like a traditional sword

Combat Ready Lightsabers

While some sabers are just visually appealing weapons, many want to engage in actual lightsaber combat — and you can only do that with true combat-ready lightsabers.

Any dueling grade lightsaber or battle ready lightsaber needs to be both durable and safe if you are going to use it for full combat. You need a sturdy blade that can withstand the clashes in a tense lightsaber duel. Combat ready lightsabers are years ahead of traditional sabers and the many toys found in department and toy stores. These lightsabers are, however, not just a toy but a collector item.

While they are not actually swords, combat ready lightsabers are just as fun. For Star Wars fans, holding the cool metal handle is an overwhelming feeling in itself.

Are NEO Sabers Lightsaber best for Dueling?

When it comes to dueling, NEO Sabers makes high quality lightsabers that are perfect for light to heavy dueling and classy for cosplay.

Choosing the best lightsaber for dueling is important, because you definitely don’t want to lose. The lightsaber needs to withstand the hit and clash and also should last long enough to win the battle. For heavy dueling, RGB lightsabers are the best, because their polycarbonate blades are wide and do not contain any LED strips that can be damaged during long battle sessions. Neopixel Lightsabers on the other hand contain LED strips that can be easily damaged. They are more suitable for lighter dueling.

If you are into heavy dueling, you can opt for RGB lightsabers with screwable hilts. This will allow you to use connectors or couplers that will allow you to convert your single blade to a double bladed lightsaber. Neopixel Lightsabers have a more realistic feel to them, because of the customization and better sound board that provides variety of options.

No battle is lost when you attack with a double bladed saber!

Things to consider before buying Dueling Lightsabers

  1. Evaluate the hilt material and integrity: One of the first things you need to examine is the material of the hilt. Some people sell PVC and 3D printed lightsabers that are not durable enough for realistic lightsaber duels. Although aluminum is one of the most common lightsaber hilt materials, not all aluminum hilts are duel worthy. The durable carbon fiber lightsabers are mostly durable enough for dueling.
  2. Try to avoid sharp edges and points around the hilt or hilt components: Those sharp edges can seriously injure or poke you or your opponent. However, some dark side lightsabers have claws around the emitter area, make sure to avoid sharp hilt or hilt component edges during a combat/ duel.
  3. The Blade: The blade is an essential part of measuring the worthiness of the saber. When buying for display, flat acrylic blades are more for show and contain sharp edges. Whereas, if you are looking for lightsabers you can fight with, the polycarbonate blades are trustworthy. Even with that, you have to make sure that the blade is thick enough for dueling. Duel worthy lightsabers blades are thicker than usual and are often called: dueling grade, heavy grade, or thick walled.


The duels in Star Wars were the most invigorating aspects of the franchise, seeing the dark and light side clashing with their plasma blades, creating an enigmatic sequence for its viewers till the end, captivating them to see who yields the ‘light’ in the end. There were certainly several huge classic fan-favorite wars in the series, despite the fact that it was crammed with legendary clashes.

Starting off with the most thrilling showdown in the faraway galaxy that teared us all up, Anakin and Obi-Wan, even though most of us were aware of the outcome we still watched the tragedy unfold as they battled through Mustafar, ending in a gory deduction in a duel that wasn’t just between friends, but brothers who got divided by the dark and light side. The penetrating close-quarters combat holds a Skywalker dropkick and excessive saber spins, keeping you constantly at the edge.

Second, to that iconic battle, come non-other but the ‘duel of fates. It’s a duel where the music is front and center, bringing the action to life, with Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon Jin confronting the wicked Darth Maul, equipped with his double-bladed saber and both grandiose, while dishing out some beautiful Wushu and Bjutsu moves. It’s when Maul kills Qui-Gon Jinn that the combat truly escalates. Obi-Wan breaks through the red laser gates after Jinn receives a saber to the gut. As he ramps up the aggression, you can see his eyes shouting, “Prepare to die!”

The third most fan-fav duel was from the movie ‘The Return of the Jedi.’ The duel took place between Luke Sky Walker vs Darth Vader. It was also the only time we got to see Luke’s wicked green Saber in its entirety. The original trilogy concludes with Luke facing off against Darth Vader in a flurry, before assisting him in completing his tragic-hero arc. Because the stakes are so high, it’s easily the best fight in the entire franchise.

Other than these the duels placed between Ahsoka Vs Darth Maul (Clone Wars), Darth Vader Vs Luke (Empire Strikes Back), Rey Vs Kylo Ren (The Force Awakens), Finn vs. Stormtrooper (The Force Awakens), Obi-Wan and Anakin Skywalker vs. Count Dooku (Attack of the Clones) and others were also seen as iconic lightsaber battles.

Our EAGLE FX BASELIT RGB LIGHTSABER and CYPRUS FX XENO NEOPIXEL ECO LIGHTSABER have been leading as our customer-favorite in dueling sabers.

Neosaber uses high-end polycarbonate neopixel blade along with a solid frosted aluminum alloy hilt, assembled with extreme technicality to offer you the best dueling lightsabers.

NEO Sabers offers its star warriors a wide range of dueling sabers with strong shatterproof blades, realistic light, and sound effects, removable batteries, and even double blade support. Sounds like a complete package all in one.

All Neosaber lightsabers consist of a 3.7-4.2V battery, but a neopixel lightsaber has a very low battery life compared to other lightsabers due to its additional blade features, visual and sound effects.

A neopixel lightsaber can devour a charged battery in approximately ninety minutes while a dueling RGB lightsaber like our Coralex FX Baselit RGB lightsaber’s battery can last up to 6 hours. These sabers come with removable lithium-ion batteries too so you can indulge in a whole day of dueling and cosplay.

Yes, yes you can. Neo saber lightsaber’s come with a removable lithium-ion battery so that you can last your all-day-long cosplay.

NEO Sabers does offer neopixel dueling sabers like ‘PREXEUM FX NEOPIXEL LIGHTSABER’, these sabers have removable batteries for a long-term dueling experience and a removable Polycarbonate blade with light defusing finishing for a remarkable dueling experience.

Every star warrior is hoping to get the same or somewhat close feel to what their favorite hero or villain (it’s okay if you’re from the dark side) had as they swung their sabers to victory.
Neo pixel lightsabers comprise a strong metal hilt and a heavy grade polycarbonate blade, but a hard blow could damage the features inside the blade much more easily than compared to RGB lightsabers. Neo pixel Lightsabers are mainly considered for cosplays, with their flashy interchangeable colors and customizable sound fonts and many features as pre-power on, blaster, lock-up and flash on clash, where more can be installed into the Proffie neo pixel lightsaber using an SD card, they are sure to make you stand out among your warrior friends.

Neopixel blade has more LEDs per given area, and it consumes a lot more battery in a shorter time as compared to the standard RGB lightsaber due to the sound and visual effects, hence RGB lightsabers are more suitable for heavy dueling than neopixel lightsabers.

The lightsabers used by Jedis and Siths were mainly of the same length or varied slightly depending on the wielder. The lightsabers held by the paradigmatic warriors such as Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker, Luke Skywalker, and Rey all fell s around 3 feet ( 91.4 cm), where as a taller jedi like Kaminoan Jedi Master Yarael Poof, was seen yielding a blade around 4 feet (121.92 cm).
The blade compared to the other parts of the saber, weights not much, allowing the wielder to customize it to its comfort without having to worry about balance or add on weight. NEO Sabers offers you the ideal blade, measuring 1 inch OD, 2 mm thickness, 92 cm length in default which you are free to shorten to your liking.

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