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Combining the simplicity of Spark™ with the legendary color-mixing engine from Igniter 2™, Spark Color 2™ satisfies the needs of those who want color-mixing without as many complicated settings to configure. A great board for simple sabers where color-mixing is desired.

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A New Way to Experience Colors

Spark Color 2™ allows changing colors in a slight different way than Igniter 2™. Spark Color 2™ has up to 9 global Color Sets (colorsets), where each colorset is comprised of the blade color, clash color, and lockup color. When on any font, performing the wrist-twist motion will advance through the colors. While every font accesses the same 9 colorsets, each font can set which color is it’s default starting color.

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Further, each font independently remembers what color it was on previously. For example, let’s assume font 1 starts on colorset 1. After advancing to colorset 3 by flicking the wrist, font 1 will be on colorset 3. Now, the font is switched to font 2, which starts on colorset 4. Activating this font will immediately go to colorset 4, regardless of what color the other fonts are at. Finally, upon advancing back to font 1 and activating, the colorset will be on colorset 3 since that was the last color used by this particular font.

Pixel Support for the Brightest, Realest Experience Yet

Spark Color 2 now supports Pixel strings! This allows the smooth extension, enhanced Alternating Clash, ImpactBlast™ and much more in the most evenly lit blade seen.

X-Saber Replicates Menacing Feature from the Big Screen

We all remember the first moment seeing the trailer with a loud buzz of the blade extending, followed by another buzz as two small blades extended as well. Now you too can create this terrifying effect in any saber color with X-Saber! X-Saber allows delayed ignition of secondary blades while still retaining RGB color mixing for all blades used! This allows for one saber to have the new effect for any color. It can also be used for a staff to delay the second ignition.

X-Saber requires the separate purchase of the X-Drive module. Buy X-Drive Module

SaberSense™ for Amazing Motion Detection

Just like Igniter 2™, Spark Color 2™ comes equipped with SaberSense™ for accurate swing and impact detection. No more dealing with physical clash sensors, and no more trying to time swings based on config settings; this board senses motion correctly, while still allowing some adjustment to allow end users to get the feel.

Saber Configuration Allows Editing in Real-Time

Saber Configuration mode is a new way to edit colorset and motion parameters on the fly, without removing the micro SD card. When in idle of the main firmware, point the saber down and hold the aux button to enter the Saber Configuration menu. From here the Colorset Editor and the Motion Editor can be accessed, giving the ability to edit these critical parameters and see the effects immediately, in real-time! No more pulling out the micro SD card multiple times to get settings right; do it once, in the hilt, from anywhere.

Check out the product videos below to see Spark Color 2™ in action.


  • 9 Colorsets that can be used with each font!
  • Saber Configuration, enabling colorset and motion editing on the fly!
  • 6 Sound fonts.
  • Saber Tracks™, a music/wav player that can play up to 99 music files, while engaging the blade for extension, pulse, and retraction effects!
  • SaberSense™ motion detection engine from Igniter 2™.
  • Equipped with Pixel support, to run any WS2812 compatible string blade.
  • X-Saber feature for an RGB cross-guard with delayed ignitions.
  • 99 sounds per bank.
  • 3 accent pads that can be sequenced per mode with one of the 16 pre-configured values.
  • Integrated MaxAmp™ for loud and clear audio.
  • 22050Hz audio.
  • Runs on a single 3.7v battery.
  • Board dimensions: 2.07” (1.75” w/o TruDrive) x 0.85” x 0.26”.
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The following table highlights the differences between the Igniter 2™, Spark Color 2™, and Spark 2™ line.

Feature Spark 3™ Spark Color 3™ Igniter 3™
Audio Quality 16bit DAC 16bit DAC 16bit DAC
Clash Detection MotionSense V2 MotionSense V2 MotionSense V2
Sound Fonts 3 6 Up to 16
Music SaberTracks to play up to 99 tracks with blade extension, retraction, and pulse. SaberTracks to play up to 99 tracks with blade extension, retraction, and pulse, and color change. SaberCinema to play up to 99 tracks while using the saber with all functionality, just the hum is the track.
Colors 3 Channels for RGB mixing over each of the 3 fonts. Up to 9 color sets for RGBA mixing. Up to 16 color profiles, with 32 independent RGBA blade colors.
Color Variation One blade, blast, and clash/lockup per font for a total of 3 One blade, blast, and clash/lockup per color-set, up to 9 One blade, blast, clash/lockup, and dual phase (secondary blade) color per font, up to 16
Color Switch Font switch only Switch font to get to its default color-set; every font can cycle through every color-set Switch font to get to each font's profile; twist wrist to perform dual-phase color
Color Variation NA NA ClashShade™, BlastShade™, and BladeShade™
Cross Guard Built-in Single-color quillions with effects on blade only Single-color quillions with effects on blade only Single-color quillions with effects on blade only
Cross Guard w/ XDrive NA RGB mixing on blade and quillions RGB mixing on blade and quillions
Saber Apps NA Configuration only Up to 16 apps
Accent LEDs 3 3 8
Extra Sounds NA Single 'dual.wav' on the root 99 dualA, dualB, smsh, and fx sounds per font


The following properties are shared across all my sound boards.