Saberforge or Ultrasabers?

Discussion in 'Star Wars Costumes and Props' started by GreenCircleCube, May 3, 2015.

  1. GreenCircleCube

    GreenCircleCube Active Member

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    What's up guys!

    Which company of custom sabers do you prefer? Which one gives you more value? Which one is more reliable?
     
  2. JJ Griffin

    JJ Griffin Sr Member

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    Wasn't almost this same question asked less than week ago?

    Saberforge's are more expensive with a longer wait but higher quality

    Ultrasabers are cheaper but less reliable, typically due to the wiring on the components inside.
     
  3. Calaeryn

    Calaeryn Well-Known Member

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    I know someone who does custom sabers. ;)
     
  4. Wade Vox

    Wade Vox New Member

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    Never had a problem with my 5 ultra sabers and they were all grab bags from them. My brother has 2 and my friend has 3 I think I, they haven't had problems either, so I'd say ultra sabers are good quality. I'd recommend them.
     
  5. Kevin Gossett

    Kevin Gossett Master Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    There's a thread about Saberforge here. You should read up, and decide if those are the type of people you want your money to go to.
     
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  6. joshvanrad

    joshvanrad Sr Member

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    What Kevin said.

    Also, I love my Ultrasaber. I will probably purchase from them again.
     
  7. Sni9er

    Sni9er Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    i've bought from both and saberforge clenched it for me the tiny details are seemingly better finished and as they say the devil is in the details !
     
  8. skywalkerr

    skywalkerr New Member

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    who please say
     
  9. Psab keel

    Psab keel Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Why not build your own? The Custom Saber Shop would be a good place to start and if you're on a budget may be the best option for you.
     

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