Lightsabers have gradually become must-have items for Star Wars fans. Each and every fan wishes to get the coolest lightsaber blade yet there are so many providers to consider. If you’re reading this article, I believe you may be a great fan of those amazing blades. So let’s see some of the most basic differences between Kyberlight and Ultrasabers, the two well-known brands on the lightsaber market.
Both the Ultrasabers Blades and the Kyberlight Blades are 1 inch in diameter and will work with any brand hilt that is designed for a 1-inch blade.
The Kyberlight Blade features a blade tip that unscrews, so you’re able to swap it out easily if you’d like. It doesn’t use blade film, so the brightness of the blade declines on the end of the blade that’s farther away from the LED light source. The thickness of the Kyberlight blade is similar to an Ultrasabers Heavy Grade blade. Ultrasabers blades, by comparison, don’t have blade tips that unscrew (they are glued in). Ultrasabers blades do use blade film so the brightness of the blade is more evenly distributed throughout the blade. The Ultrasabers Ultraedge Heavy Grade Blade is nearly the same thickness as the Kyberlight. The Ultrasabers Ultraege Midgrade Blade is considerably thinner.
Serious saber fanatics may be bothered by the slight blade dimness near the tip, but casual fans and people new to lightsaber collecting may barely notice.