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Hasbro Star Wars Darth Maul Force FX Removable Blade Lightsaber

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Latest addition to our Star Wars Force FX master replica Lightsaber series, yes, the Darth Maul! Toywiz Malaysia and Toy Garden has these blades in stock and you can combine two blades together and form the Darth Maul double blade lightsaber. In stock now at RM699 each.

* “An elegant weapon from a more civilized time.”
* Fully functioning lightsaber replica from the Star Wars saga.
* Darth Maul’s sword features a completely removable humming blade, plus authentic lights and sounds.
* Based on the design from Revenge of the Sith!

There’s no better weapon for slaying a Jedi! This Darth Maul Force FX Lightsaber Replica from the Star Wars saga features durable die-cast metal parts that look and feel like the real thing! Its sturdy, red, polycarbonate blade is removable from the hilt and features realistic power-up and power-down glowing light effects. The lightsaber also includes digitally recorded and motion-sensor-controlled authentic sound effects such as power-up, power-down, idle, movement sounds, and clash sounds. It’s a wonderful find for clever collectors and great fun for very lucky kids!

“An elegant weapon from a more civilized time” is forged by Hasbro within the Hasbro Signature Series brand. The Force FX Lightsaber collectibles embody all the technological wonder of the Jedi icon. Each lightsaber is a fully functioning replica featuring all the lights, sounds, and heft of the actual weapon. For all their amazing features, these lightsabers are no toys, but rather elegant reminders of a galaxy far, far away.

Batteries Included: No, Battery Type: 3 x AAA

  • Zlaze2000

    Still got stock? In amcorp mall?and do I get discount for buying two of those Darth maul lightsabers?

  • Yes, still on backordering. You can drop by our shop to place deposits.

  • Chiaselfui

    Discount for two?

  • Chiaselfui

    Discount for two?

  • Zlaze2000

    Will it be stock next year?