Saberz Project O1 and Project Q (Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon TPM) - (LAST FOUR SETS in original finish! See post on page 6)

Saberz

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So many of you have been very kind about our recent Project M saber (still available!), and asked a lot about when we will be bringing Projects O1 and Q to life to complete the trinity. Well, they are VERY CLOSE indeed. The machining is all done. The first anodizing samples are on their way to me very soon, have a look. Here are some standout features:

  • Replicated with an original screen-used prop ON HAND to take direct measurements and observe all the weird little imperfections all over, which were added to the model. All the little asymmetries and imperfect cuts are present in this replica, just as with Project M
  • Mixed-material construction (just like Project M). Stainless steel, brass, and T6 aluminum.
  • Hollow construction with room for electronics (chassis in development)
  • Room for electronics and 7/8" blades, but with ZERO dimensional compromises for accuracy. Blade retention is via hidden set screws, which get covered by the emitter ring (just like with Project M)
  • Red button acts as the activation button, in a multi-part spring-loaded switch that still maintains perfect accuracy!
  • Project Q comes with both black AND silver bezel beneath the red button, to replicate either screen-used version (the original hero was black, as the original part was rubber, but most other hilts used a silver bezel)
  • Dual emitter caps for both hilts, to replicate either static flat-faced emitters (with the M10 threaded center pip) or 7/8" hole faces for blades & installations.

Here are the official intro videos for each, and some glam shots below. Thanks!!
PREORDER NOW:
Project O1: The Saberz.com Store
Project Q: The Saberz.com Store

INTRO VIDEOS:



And in case you missed the granddaddy of them all, the Project M saber, its intro video is here:


Okay, now on page 4 we got some heated discussion about surface finish. Please watch this video in the highest resolution you can for what I think is a good representation of the surface finish. Regardless, if you guys aren't happy with it, let me know and I'll make it right.

 

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James Kenobi 1138

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Nothing final yet. You can see what we have for Project M, so that will provide some kind of ballpark.
I checked out the M saber on your site but it’s didn’t help at all with price because that saber is so unique and it’s a double saber.

I guess I was looking for something like “The O and Q might be between $350-$500 each” or “We’re working to keep the price of each at $450 or less” or something like that.

No worries, I was just curious in a gustimate, not the actual final price. I’ll wait and check back when they are up for order.
 

Saberz

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A few glam shots of the new Project O1 and Project Q hilts. Oh yes, these are very very nice. Just like Project M, they are 100% accurate, yet still electronics-capable. Red buttons are spring-loaded switches. And in the case of O1, the purple hemisphere is a spring-loaded aux switch!! LED bulbs are shine-through to the blade cavity within. Lots and lots of awesome little details here. Preorder is going to go live in the next couple days, keep your eyes peeled for an intro video with more info.

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Saberz

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YES!!! We've been keeping track of them since the beginning, and all Project M customers are going to get an email with a special link to purchase O1 and Q, and reserve their matching numbers. Moreover, we are doing a bundle deal for the Duel of the Fates trio, and Project M customers will get to credit the entire amount of their original purchase towards the bundle deal. So if you're an existing Project M (painted version) owner, then instead of paying $599 for the Obi and $499 for the Qui-Gon, you pay something like $734 and get both of them. Don't hold me to those exact numbers, but they should be close.
 

el toro

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YES!!! We've been keeping track of them since the beginning, and all Project M customers are going to get an email with a special link to purchase O1 and Q, and reserve their matching numbers. Moreover, we are doing a bundle deal for the Duel of the Fates trio, and Project M customers will get to credit the entire amount of their original purchase towards the bundle deal. So if you're an existing Project M (painted version) owner, then instead of paying $599 for the Obi and $499 for the Qui-Gon, you pay something like $734 and get both of them. Don't hold me to those exact numbers, but they should be cl

So the bundle should be around $1,683 ($949 for the Maul + $734)?
 

Saberz

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The "Duel of the Fates" bundle for Project M, Project O1, and Project Q is tentatively priced as follows:

Individual Saber Prices:
Project M (painted): $949
Projecct O1 (tentative price): $599
Project Q (tentative price): $499

Total (if purchased individually): $2047
18% bundle discount: -$368.46

Tentative Bundle Price: $1,678.54
 

The Sweatshop

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YES!!! We've been keeping track of them since the beginning, and all Project M customers are going to get an email with a special link to purchase O1 and Q, and reserve their matching numbers. Moreover, we are doing a bundle deal for the Duel of the Fates trio, and Project M customers will get to credit the entire amount of their original purchase towards the bundle deal. So if you're an existing Project M (painted version) owner, then instead of paying $599 for the Obi and $499 for the Qui-Gon, you pay something like $734 and get both of them. Don't hold me to those exact numbers, but they should be close.
emails sent yet? i just saw these gorgeous photos and checked my email to no special link yet, I'm feeling the itch.
 

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