Description: Protege is an all-black saber made from aluminum. This ensures that the handle is lightweight yet very strong. This is perhaps the perfect entry-level saber without compromising on quality. The handle features finger-shaped notches that allow the saber to be held super firmly and will not easily slip out of your hands while dueling or spinning. The emitter is cut at an angle which gives the Protege a fancy finish. At the bottom of the saber is a built-in connector ring. So with a second saber like the Acolyte, for example, you do not need to buy an extra connector ring to make a saberstaff. The flat underside also ensures that the saber can be set up perfectly straight for display in the home. The Protege comes with one black and one red premium sword blade mounting screw.
Specifications and dimensions: click on the specifications tab.
Lightsaber soundboard type variants: KenJo Sabers are available with different soundboard types. Click on the soundboard selection help tab for an explanation or go straight to the detailed explanation: what is the difference between baselit and neopixel.
This saber comes in a sturdy KenJo Sabers box, contained herein are the following items:
1x Lightsaber hilt (handle)
1x Sword blade
1x Charging cable
4x Flat sword blade mounting screws
2x Spare screws
1x Allen wrench
Extra supplied with all Premium Neopixel soundboards:
What is the difference between the different rgb and neopixel soundboards?
KenJo Sabers are available with different soundboard types. On the product page you can see which soundboards are available for the specific saber.
Each soundboard allows you to choose from different colors and features different sound types. A baselit saber is equipped with a hollow sword and a powerful 12watt lamp, in a neopixel sword there is a super bright 40 watt led strip which allows to show different blade styles and start up styles. Depending on the soundboard you choose this is done through pre sets or can be chosen from a number of options or even completely customizable. With some KenJo Sabers soundboards there is even a handy bluetooth app to control the lightsaber with.