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Wicked Lasers 125mW Fusion

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by Hikaru, Nov 16, 2006.

  1. Hikaru New Member

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    damn, i wish i can afford one of this higher end lasers.

    some dude on ebay was selling a "freak" series rated at 425mw.
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    500 dollars?
    for a freakin' laser pointer?!

    you gotta be kidding me...
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    but this one can do damage...aka lightsaber ;)
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    Haha a lightsaber......
    So are you going to get 4 and be like Gen. Greivous?
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    two blue and two green plz ;)
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    $2,000 + tax please :)
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    woo! fusion signed up on tpu!

    lol.. Hows it going?

    this is a slightly stronger version than the 110mw I got. If you look on ebay, you can get a laser cheaper than $500, and www.dragonlasers.com sells a 125mw for $369 i believe..

    if you get one, you'll see why theyre so expensive. They're not just laser pointers either.. Really high quality lasers.. Meant to be used for dj equipment, experiments, stuff like that.. more fun to carry around and burn shit though. :)
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    laserglows are also nice, but bulky. If you want a pen style one, get a dragonlaser or wicked lasers. Otherwise, the laserglow will be good enough.
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    How long is the coherence length and what kind of semiconductor material is employed to excite the laser beam?
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    Where I'm from, wearing those glasses would get you picked on more than wearing lab goggles. :p
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    you dont need to wear then all the time when using the laser, only with close range stuff, if theyre reflective. <2ft = necessary imo.
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    i live in australia sydney nsw where can i get one of these lasers the burning ones to be precise. God science is great i love lasers never had one thats powerfull enough to burn!
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    There have been a few changes in the laser pointer market recently.

    Not only can you buy the 125mW of wickedlasers, you can also buy it at www.dragonlasers.com

    The price from dragonlasers is $329 vs $499 from wicked

    For details on Dragonlasers you can go to this thread

    http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?t=138555

    a good forum for lights, torches, lasers etc.

    Wicked is a well known brand with a reputation for service but i'm low on cash so if i hear more good things about dragonlasers, i might break the piggy bank and buy one of their 125mW laser pointers.

    Haha after that the neighbours dog (horrible little mutt), marauding cockroaches and girl scouts beware
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    In the spirit of Christmas, i was extremely generous (no Scrooge here) and bought myself an expensive gift. A 125mW laser pointer from www.dragonlasers.com Kind of hard to justify spending that much money (even the cheapest sellers are expensive:cry: ) but i proved upto the task.

    Will write something about it later and maybe take some photos when i'm not so busy or lazy.
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    Forgive me if I'm asking a stupid question, but what is the use of a $500 laser pointer? How is it value for your money? $500 to toast some insects sounds a bit expensive.
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    Com'on,,,:) ,you are a tech-head!!What's not to like about a real laser?
    I want one for my B-day:rockout:
    I can think of about 100 cool things I would do with one:cool:

    BTW,I love the Netherlands.Been lucky enough to have been there a few times in the past few years,..cool sites and cooler people.
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    The $500 obviously ;)
    Sounds a bit much for a gadget like that, unless there is a real use for it obviously.
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    Nah thats me and my zippo's lol
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    You wan't videos? Hahaha go to http://www.dragonlasers.com/testimonials. I love the video where the balloon panics and runs away (that one is not mine)

    As for $500, relax. I only spent $329 on mine. Set back my PS3 buy so my old PC games will have to last for a while longer.
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    Sheeepy, how much do you make in wicked bucks for every person who buys a 125mW using your code?

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