Olivia’s new thing is Star Wars. She watches it with her dad and uncle and I think so far is up to date with all of the films. So when she found out we were doing a Star Wars BladeBuilder Spin-Action Lightsaber Review she was ridiculously excited.
But this toy has hardly been put down since it arrived in our house. She is loving it and even sits spinning it whilst watching TV!
The Star Wars BladeBuilder Spin-Action Lightsaber Review.
The lightsaber comes in 5 different parts that can be connected via the 360-degree spinning connector that forms the centre and provides the spin action. From here you can connect the extending lightsaber or the smaller light dagger or both if you prefer. Complete with lights and sound effects, you can also connect other lightsabers in the range too.
How is Easy To Assemble the Star Wars BladeBuilder?
Pretty easy it all just slots together and except needing the screwdriver to insert the batteries for the sounds and light effects, there is nothing hard about this at all. In fact, Olivia regularly takes all the pieces off and puts them back on in various places.
Is It Sturdy?
Now as you can imagine this toy will be subject to some pretty harsh playing conditions. Olivia has most definitely been putting it through its paces and so far it’s holding up well. Having been played with inside, outside, by herself and with others, the lightsaber seems to be durable and suitable for its purpose. I did at first think it looked a little flimsy, especially the extendable lightsaber part but that’s not really the case. Trust me Olivia is definitely more heavy handed than she appears.
Olivia loves it and as I’ve mentioned she pretty much plays with it all the time. So far any Star Wars fan this would be a great addition to their collection. Especially as it’s interchangeable and can be used with other lightsabers in the BladeBuilders range. The extra light and sound effects are a bonus too and definitely pleased Olivia.
You can get the Star Wars BladeBuilder Spin-Action Lightsaber from Argos and it is currently on offer for £19.99 (price correct at the time of publishing this post)