Anyone own the Rubie's Sword of Omens?

Discussion in 'Vintage Collectables' started by the fixer, Jan 30, 2014.

  1. the fixer

    the fixer Active Member

    I was wondering if the classic Sword of Omens made by Rubie's a few years ago is worth buying...
    I haven't found much information or pictures of it. Does anyone here own it?
  2. ninja cat

    ninja cat Staff Web Guru Staff

    If you can get it shipped for under $10 I would say buy it. I have one and its decent, but obviously cheap as it was made for a Halloween and not a real toy or collectible. totally not worth $20. but if its cheap, I would get it.

    * I see you're in Belgium, in that case It would be worth it to spend a bit more since shipping would cost more. but imo, don't think it would be worth more than $30 shipped to Belgium.

    [​IMG] Weapons
    Last edited: Jan 30, 2014
  3. the fixer

    the fixer Active Member

    Thanks for the info, Ninja Cat!

    I'll keep my eyes peeled for when a cheap one pops up on ebay or somesuch :)

    Actually, is it longer than the old LJN sword? Which one you like best?
  4. ninja cat

    ninja cat Staff Web Guru Staff

    yes the Rubies one is much bigger. its also hollow plastic. seems a bit brittle unlike the softer plastic of the vintage one. I will always like the vintage one because its the original one. but I like to collect roleplay weapons and items. so I like them both.
  5. the fixer

    the fixer Active Member

    Cool :)
    Thanks again, buddy! ;)
  6. Daremonger

    Daremonger Thunderian Legend

    I wish I could own the Rubie's Sword of Omens.
  7. ninja cat

    ninja cat Staff Web Guru Staff

    Its not that hard...they are only like $10 on ebay.
  8. Omenseye

    Omenseye New Member

    I am definitely going to have to get one of these if i can find one.
  9. Daremonger

    Daremonger Thunderian Legend

  10. SnarfofOmens

    SnarfofOmens Berbill

    I can't really add to this conversation, other than i have it, it is awesome & is displayed in my living room
    The light up, full metal replica is on display in the bedroom...
    The original 80s toy version still eludes me.

Share This Page