5 years ago Posted in: Economy, Portfolio, Uncategorized 1
Balance and Power

I’ve had in mind to design a unique saber which would look and feel both utilitarian and elegant. I wanted to capture some of the feel of my Corran Horn design, but with a more sleek profile. The Creed is perhaps my most comfortable saber to hold and wield.  I am pleased to be able to offer the Crystal Focus 10 sound card from Plecter Labs. This high end device is a standard for the Creed saber.

Dimensions: 11.63” long, 1.36” grip diameter

Weight: 15 oz. / 425 g (approx. battery in, no blade)

The Crystal Focus (TM) can be loaded with any .wav sound font which is compatible with Plecter Labs products. Sound fonts are available from

The Crystal Focus 10 comes with;

  • over 15 sound fonts loaded with amazing, clear lightsaber sounds (including 6 of my fonts)
  • capable of holding as many fonts as you have space on your micro SD card
  • Each font has:
    • 16 clash sounds
    • 16 swing sounds
    • 4 blaster block sound
    • Lockup sound
    • 5 poweron
    • 2 poweroff sounds
    • Programmable motion sensitivity
    • Flash on Clash
    • Smooth swing
    • Plecter Pixel capability with the NPX-2 blade
  • and many more features

The Creed with CFX also comes with a high power Tri-Cree LED STANDARD!

All programming and fine tuning will be done before the saber ships out to you so it will be ready to go out of the box. Programming is only an option for advanced users.

When you order this saber, you’ll get;

  • Crystal Focus10 Sound Card installed with 2w speaker
  • Hero, Bespin, Korriban, Shatterpoint, Hoth, Hero, Corellian, and Shoto sound fonts plus 10 other fonts (more fonts can be purchased at
  • Smooth swing tuned and ready on my 6 fonts.
  • 18650 Battery Holder installed
  • Orders outside Canada will receive saber with only one battery installed due to shipping restrictions.
  • Battery Charger

To request a custom version of this saber click HERE




 To change sound fonts it’s this easy…


One Response

  1. Kae Chiang says:

    Rob, you are an absolute legend in this lightsaber game and the Creed saber you built for me undeniably proves that fact. Where do I begin? One, the switches are quite refreshing, since they are built into the hilt on this hexagonal piece as part of the saber design rather than the traditional AV switches. I have installed enough lite AV switches in the past two years that I am beginning to find those things tacky. The weight and sturdiness of the saber gives the impression of what a real lightsaber should feel like. Most other saber companies build sabers that feel like props rather than a real Jedi’s weapon. Usually I don’t like the whole “three finger grip” section that some sabers have, but when it comes to the Creed, it totally works because of the hexagonal piece that proceeds it and the that fact that you abandoned the traditional “AV switch status quo”.
    When it comes to the wiring, what can I say? It’s simply immaculate. The MHS chassis
    slides easily in and out of the hilt with a ribbon on the battery box that makes changing a battery extremely easy to perform. I owe several other lightsabers from a high end saber company that uses a chassis where it is a bit difficult to get both the chassis and battery out of the hilt. If they would simply employ a plastic covering over the chassis and a ribbon like the Creed, swapping out batteries for their sabers would be a lot less nerve racking. Lastly, and correct me if I am wrong, the Creed saber is base on the MHS system because of the simple fact a MHS chassis is used. From my experience, MHS sabers tend to be a bit chunky and oversized, however the Creed is slim and sleek like an ASP saber. One detail I like to point out is that the male threads for the pommel is on the hilt side rather than the conventional pommel side and the letters GCS is engraved on the vent grill. It is details like this you don’t see everyday in this industry. You even program the special flame and unstable neopixel effects into CS 4.5. Most other companies just gives you that information on their website and allow you to do it yourself. And speaking of sound cards, you provide 6 unique fonts whereas most other companies usually provide one unique font and 2 default fonts. To top everything off, the lead time was about 2 1/2 weeks which is phenomenal for a high end saber like this.

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