VACyndi
 
 
VACyndi's Stats
 
  • Review Count
    2
  • Helpfulness Votes
    0
  • First Review
    November 9, 2011
  • Last Review
    November 9, 2011
  • Featured Reviews
    0
  • Average Rating
    2.5
 
 
VACyndi's Reviews
 
"The Dark Side of the Force is a pathway to many abilities some consider to be unnatural." Telescopic light saber lights up and extends up to 39" (12" when closed). Switch at the base turns the light saber on and off. Add to your Star Wars costume, or give out as Star Wars party favors. Plastic. Requires 2-AA batteries - not included. This is an officially licensed Star Wars product.
 
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Reviewed by: VACyndi
Location: Virginia
Title: No value for the price
Date:November 9, 2011
" If this saber had been priced at 4.99 instead of 10.99, I would have guessed the quality may not be good enough for a 6 and 7 year old to spend a night of pretend dualing and swishing on Halloween. These sabers had peices falling off of them within the 1st 30 minutes of trick or treating. It was from typical pretend play, not hitting. I expected them to be more sturdy since they are 'light sabers', made for young boys to play with. A disappointment for my boys and a frustrated mom. "
 
Come ... to the Dark Side. Your little one can mimic this fallen Jedi knight in this impressive costume! Includes heavy-duty plastic mask, plus cape, belt and jumpsuit with attached front plates and bootcovers. 4-piece set. Polyester. Imported. Hand wash. Does not include light saber.
 
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Too Small
True to Size
Too Large
Reviewed by: VACyndi
Location: Virginia
Title: Very frustrating Halloween night
Date:November 9, 2011
" I ordered this for a VERY excited 7 year old. He could not believe he got to be Vader for Hallo. The mask is horrible. The strap in the back to keep it on is too fragile and too long for an average kids head. It needs to be thicker and a longer strip of velcro to make it tighter. We ended up having to tie it only to have it rip so I then had to fix it in the middle of trick or treating. It didn't matter after all of that though because you cannot see out of the eye holes. They are covered with a very distorted plastic. My son wore the mask for maybe 15 minutes and then was very upset he couldn't wear it for the night because he couldn't see a thing, The shoulder shields on the top of the costume ripped at the seems after wearing it for the night. I'm not sure why, maybe from the cape? But, a costume of this price should last more than one night. My son fit into it perfectly with room to grow, so it was not tight on him. "