Custom Saber is done


After it’s overdue too long, finally the custom saber was done, it recycle some of the broken saber parts but the body is entirely new. Although i can say it’s not perfect but i am quite satisfied with the result.

I shall call this one Revengences

Broken Lightsaber

Few day’s ago I posted about making a new lightsaber, and seems like it is a right decision since I broke one of mine last saturday during training. The current progress is the body is in the middle of fabrication, nothing fancy this time because I need it quick so it will be using PVC pipe.

Below is the pic from the broken saber and the one who broke it


The clawed saber dubbed as the Reaper but I rename it to Blood reaper has destroyed my standard saber. Both of them are made by a my friend from Kit Sabers located in Singapore.

Will update the progress next week as the new lightsaber completed.






Lessons I got from Danny Choo

Yesterday and Today I went for AFA Indonesia, and on the first day I have the chance to listen a presentation by Danny Choo.

Danny Choo is a famous blogger at and entrepreneur who now live through pursuing his passion that is Japan.


Here are some of his words from the presentation yesterday.,

1.Make a Resume, you will never know when an opportunity appear in front of you.

2.After you make one, keep adding more skills.

3.How to add more skills ? learn from Google Sensei, he is available for 24 hours everyday.

4.What is important from working for free is that you gain experience from doing it

5.Have a courage to live your own life, not to please other people expectation

6.Do things that are your passionate about and don’t forget to share it so other people can see it.

7.When you’re done, keep it up, keep working and sharing

8.Sometimes what is important is not money, but a long mutual friendship that is long lasting.

9.What is important on a job is to be someone that can execute that job every single time

10.Focus on people and things that matters

Addition to the Saber collection : Havoc

After waiting for three months, I finally have my new lightsaber named Havoc from Vader’s Vault thanks to Sakuragi a friend of mine who’s grabbed one for me from eBay while studying overseas and then hand carry it through the airport.

It was machined out of  aircraft grade aluminum T6 which makes it very lightweight and easy to maneuver using one hand. The beauty of the saber is also accompanied by the fact it was equipped with an anti-vandal switch and windows on the top of the hilt so we can see the glow of the blade. The blade was 32 inch Vader’s Vault dual diffused which not only very light but surprisingly durable and even comparable to my previous lightsaber with thicker blade.

This saber is a true work of art not only it looks very good but it’s also function very well, I was completely satisfied with the workmanship on this saber and probably will add another saber from Vader’s Vault in the future.