Just received an acid-etched Senza. Absolutely perfect quality. Flawless service and definitely the best European lightsaber shop I experienced so far.
C'est mon troisième sabre, et mon premier proffie. La poignée est un peu plus large que ce à quoi je m'étais habitué, mais c'est tout à fait maniable. Le poids est idéal. Avec les instructions du site Sabertrio, prendre en main les fonctionnalités est rapide, et on peut régler suffisamment de paramètres sans passer par l'ordinateur. Je n'ai pas encore touché à la carte SD, je vais attendre un peu avant de bidouiller. En attendant, une excellente qualité, conforme à ce que j'espérais ! ;)
Well, I personally love all of sabertrio's designs and this wasnt my first one, so perhaps I am a little biased - but everybody whos ever held one knows they're seriously high quality. Pretty much only comparable to Vader's Vault. The Senza is incredibly light and surprisingly nimble. I bought this anticipating a more heavy, two handed saber but was pleasantly surprised. Of course a two-handed grip provides more control over the blade but thats just because it was designed that way. The grenade grip area feels very smooth, it's pleasant to touch and somehow almost doesnt feel like metal at all. I ordered with an OLED-Screen and was a little afraid that it might be in the way when wielding. I was wrong. Not only is the screen in the "gaps" of where your fingers close around the hilt, but its also very low profile. It looks a lot more protruding on the images, but actually only protrudes ~2mm over the highest point of the hilt circumference. So even if you touch it, you're not gonna notice it. Of course the sound is also amazing. The 28mm Veco speakers sabertrio uses are just simply the best sounding speakers there are. Deep, booming, dark. No techy-toy-ish sounds, no distortion, nothing. Its like playing audio from a current gen smartphone, just louder. The sound venting on the senza is exactly as great as on every other sabertrio saber. One thing you need to know though (although its a bit obvious) is that the balance point of the Senza is at the choke above the emitter, not the one below it, at least for a 32" blade. Perhaps that can be changed with shorter blades but if you use 32" or longer, you wont be able to grab the choke at the balance point properly if you have the Fins attached. But yea, all in all? Amazing saber. Cant recommend this enough to anybody who wants something jedi-like inspired by Fallen Order