Here's one that uses the word "saber", which makes it a bit more interesting. It's the Laser Saber.
The makers of this toy were proud of their accomplishment: making a sword toy with "NO SHARP EDGES!" The back of the card is blank. I picked this up awhile ago (2010? 2009? Who knows...) at Walgreens only because it was pretty low priced.
SILVER POWER GEAR SWORD
This is a blue bladed, non-telescoping, light up sword toy. It has a nice looking silver and blue handle.
Towards the bottom of the blade are the words POWER GEAR.
At the very bottom of the silver handle it says SRM MADE IN CHINA.
It takes two AA batteries for this to light up and make noises, but it's worth it. Instead of the lightsaber buzzing noise, this thing makes a revving engine sound when you push the orange button! You can hold it like handlebars and imagine you're cruisin' down the freeway on a motorcycle; almost as fun as pretending you're dueling with a Sith lord.
ELITE OPERATIONS SWORD and GRAY POWER GEAR SWORD
Here's two toys that are very similar.
After loading them with two C batteries, you can slide the orange switch to have the blade light up just like that elegant weapon from Star Wars. It looks like it would make noise, but it didn't when I tried mine out.
On the silver one's handle there's a sticker that says ELITE OPERATIONS. Elite Operations is a line of toys that includes figures, vehicles, and role-playing pieces like guns and lightsabers.
The handle also says "2002 SRM", "MADE IN CHINA", and "POWER GEAR".
The gray handle one has a POWER GEAR sticker instead.
TRY ME SWORD
Here's two saber knock-offs that are actually pretty cool because they somewhat resemble Obi-Wan Kenobi's lightsaber. There's a pink one and a blue one.
Below is a close-up of the sticker on the handle. It reads, "TRY ME" "PULL TAB BEHIND PACKAGE TO ACTIVATE BATTERIES". Wow, that's a lot more exiting than "Power Gear", isn't it?
GYRO POWER SWORD
When I removed the battery pack cover, I found that the original batteries were still in there, and boy were they corroded! I put new batteries in but the sword still wouldn't work.
I think what's suppose to happen is when you push the red button, a disk at the bottom of the sword would spin and a strip of thin, rolled plastic would extend within the plastic tube. It would probably make a lot of noise, too. The plastic strip is this weird clear material that gets rainbow colors all over when light hits it.
There's a switch on the side of the handle that turns on the light; all you need is two AA batteries. The flat, somewhat flexible blade then catches the lights and glows.
In the handle you can see a weird little disk through a tiny window. I don't know if it's there just for decoration or if it's involved with the lighting up of the blade or something. Don't you love how informative I'm being here?
On the back it says "NO. 803 [or maybe 893... I'll have to check that sometime]".