Four Awesome New LEGO Lightsabers Available From Bricker Builds
Bricker Builds has released four new wieldable LEGO lightsaber models for sale on their site! The lightsabers they have released are based off the ones used by Kylo Ren, Rey, Mace Windu, and Yoda. All four of these lightsabers were designed by Lewis Meeny (@built_bricks) and in addition to their distinct hilts they all have great looking blades as well! You can purchase the instructions and the bricks required for building each of these impressive models from the Bricker Builds store.
Kylo’s lightsaber requires 990 parts which allows you to build the lightsaber as well as a stand for the model. The dimensions of the finished build are 43.5″ (Length) by 12.2″ (Width) by 2.3″ (Depth). Lewis has done an awesome job on the crossguard lightsaber that Kylo wields and given how distinct this lightsaber is compared to the others it is my personal favorite out of the four.
Rey’s lightsaber requires 821 parts which allows you to build both the lightsaber and the stand for the model. Once completed the dimensions of this lightsaber are 43.1″ (Length) by 2.2″ (Width) by 2.3″ (Depth). Lewis has done an impressive job with the details on this lightsaber. The details that jump for me in particular are how he has managed to capture the colors of the hilt and blade, the points at top of the hilt around the blade, and the general shape of the top and bottom portions of the hilt!
Mace Windu’s lightsaber requires 721 parts (for the lightsaber and stand) and once completed the dimensions of this lightsaber are 43.2″ (Length) by 2.2″ (Width) by 2″ (Depth). I really like the color combination on this hilt and the general shape that the designer was able to achieve. It is also great that the blade has a purple outline which lines up with you expect to see for Windu.
The Wise Master’s (aka Yoda’s) lightsaber requires 387 parts (for the lightsaber and stand) and once completed the dimensions of this lightsaber are 26.7″ (Length) by 2.4″ (Width) by 2″ (Depth). It is great to see that Yoda’s lightsaber is considerably smaller (as you would expect) than the others, but it still has some great details packed into it. One of the details that really jumps out for me is the guard piece that extends up a bit around the blade on the one side.
Bricker Builds always does an amazing job with not only capturing the likeness of the objects their models are based on, but also making instructions that are really clear, which creates an enjoyable build experience. These look to be more must have builds and I recommend following the links below to check out these awesome LEGO lightsabers over in the Bricker Builds store!