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#1 (permalink)      3/9/2014 8:40:30 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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most powerful laser on ft
which one?
#2 (permalink)      3/9/2014 5:39:51 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Subscribed, need one green for my 6"

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#3 (permalink)      3/9/2014 6:18:07 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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#4 (permalink)      3/16/2014 10:09:18 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I received my SKU 1443100 a few days ago and... WOW!!!!

Be very cautious though as it is a very dangerous device. It can permanently damage someone's vision in a fraction of an instant if not handled properly. It can burn wood up close and light matches... imagine what it may do to your retina! I really hope that people who are buying this 1W+ laser know what they do.
My location: Nice, France.
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ok, what's the most powerful laser here on a budget? :)
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Try SKU 1057302. It is advertised for 5mW but probably outputs 30 or more.

Very sharp and visible green beam at night. Only issue is the batteries are not tightly secured inside and can move resulting in poor connectivity and some flickering. I dropped a small extra spring inside to fix the problem.
My location: Nice, France.
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It is advertised for 5mW but probably outputs 30 or more.

Very sharp and visible green beam at night.

Thank you very much for the info, that is exactly what I was looking for !

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I found a youtube "review" on the SKU 1443100 if you are interested.
http://youtu.be/tys9MlM-cfk

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Are there even cheap versions available? ... just to use it in rooms to point on PPT projections?
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IndiaVaper wrote:

Are there even cheap versions available? ... just to use it in rooms to point on PPT projections?


The cheap red ones are what you want.

My location: Nice, France.
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SKU 1844703 is surprisingly powerful, you can see the beam in dim light. The main plus with it is that it has a built in battery that charges via usb.