Star Wars Mini Lightsaber Tech Lab
Become a powerful Jedi by building your own working mini lightsaber. Kids can discover the science of light and optics as they build their own mini version of the lightsaber that's used by Anakin Skywalker. With four coloured crystal for vaious light effects and two lenses for optic experiments, this cool mini lightsaber is the perfect gift for fans of the Star Wars Saga. - A.D.
- Real working mini lightsaber
- Four coloured crystals for different light effects
- Two lenses
- LED light source
- Fun and informative learning guide
- Suitable for ages 6+
- Includes 3 button cell batteries
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Sticky on off button
The Star Wars Mini Lightsaber Tech Lab is a great toy, I'm not sure that it actually teaches much about light rays and what lenses can do to affect light but it's a great mini-lightsaber. Except that the on off button gets stuck on 'on' when you build the sabre together, and there's no way of turning it off once constructed. I had to take the bit of plastic that forms the button out.