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Old 09-09-2009, 09:21 PM   #51
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Hey waht are the RPL IR Filters labeled as on Opto?
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The way I see it, I will only buy 5mW lasers from ebay. The higher ones may be modded to be higher power, or not really that high power. Thats just a chance though, you may get a good one. But if I stick with 5mW, chances are its not modded or said to be a higher power. The only thing I can see happening is it being poorly made. So again 5mW=cheaper=less of a loss. I believe my chances are better this way, still not full proof but better. Anything higher than 5mW I will stick with O-like and other good companies. I do not have much experience buying/lasers dying on me, but I still think its a good theory.

Btw, good guide.
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Very informative thread, thank you
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Yes, thanks!

I've wanted a real laser since I was a kid, and just recently decided to get one (now that we can all have one)! I am very happy to have found this post. As we know, it's a little frustrating and confusing researching specialty items on the 'net.

After a day or so of Googling and researching, and after seeing this post, I finally decided on a 400mW RPL green from Optotronics. All things considered (including price, features, specs, payment methods, reviews), these seem a much better choice than the other sellers. This 400mW with all it offers (plus a pair of glasses) is $400 less than the 300mW Spyder II GX at WickedLasers.

This is a very good forum. After I get mine and play with it awhile, I'll come back and let you know about it!

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That's probably the best decision you'll make in your entire life. Knowing Opto, there's a good chance that laser will peak over 500mW.
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Ah, and true to his reputation for great service, I've heard from Jack since I placed my order. He wrote to be certain I wanted black or silver, then he wrote again to let me know that the one he is shipping peaked in a test @ >470mW, and averaged ~440mW. Then to let me know it shipped.

Yeah, I'm pretty certain I'll be happy with this choice.
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Which one should i get?
http://www.o-like.com/b2b_cpinfo.asp?id=1064 (80mw)
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$13.86 New Keychain Green Beam Laser Pointer Pen Flashlight 30mW/50mW - BudgetGadgets.com (100mw)

Will it get shipped to me I live in New York.
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There's no way I can compare a green laser to a BR. They are COMPLETELY DIFFERENT. You will have to do some research and decide which kind suits you best. What are you looking for in a laser? Visable beam? Better burning?
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i want a laser that burns fast and has a cool beam, like the blu-ray but i was told green bream is brighter so thats why im having a hard time deciding.
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Well, then it's up to you. Blu-rays are incredible burners, but a 100+mW green is still pretty fast. And consider getting/making a 6x laser (it's a 200mW BR in case you didn't know). Awesome burning+pretty visible beam. I wouldn't even consider an 80mW blu-ray pen for burning, considering you can focus it and it has poor heatsinking.
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well i only got like $65 to spend on a BR laser, and the one i want is focusable....
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Here's my advice: save up more money. You're not going to get a good burner for $65. And if you look, you'll see there was a review on the laser you want, and I remember it wasn't very positive. Even if you have to save up for a few more months, it'll be worth it.

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This one is awesome. Over 100mW of green, focusable, battery included (18650!), and for only $88.
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well i want a blu-ray not a greenie....
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I really don't know that much about BR. You need to take this to the blu-ray section, instead of posting in the green section, sorry.
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Hey Roosl, In your signature it says "donate when you don't need batteries" That's GREAT ADVICE but, if you used re-chargeable batteries, just think how much you'd be able to donate then ????? Just food for thought.......rob
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Dragon Lasers

Dragon Lasers sells a pretty good selection of lasers. The quality is good, and they are overspec. DL also sells the cheapest safety goggles.


What about Laser2go.com? They sell cheap glasses (29.00 w/ free shipping) that have been reported as good.
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Hey Roosl, In your signature it says "donate when you don't need batteries" That's GREAT ADVICE but, if you used re-chargeable batteries, just think how much you'd be able to donate then ????? Just food for thought.......rob
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Dragon Lasers sells a pretty good selection of lasers. The quality is good, and they are overspec. DL also sells the cheapest safety goggles.


What about Laser2go.com? They sell cheap glasses (29.00 w/ free shipping) that have been reported as good.
I have seen good things about the goggles, (indirect exposure, anyway), but they still aren't certified, and I wouldn't recommend anything but a certified pair of goggles to take a direct hit.
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HI, great guide!

I discovered a sight on the net with very promising text. It's a Chinese factory so I am suspicious, also I did not find it your review. They are: GreenLaserPointer.Org Group Limited


Their prices are higher than O-Like or Rayfoss however they also promise much more...

Do you guys have any experience with them?

Thanks a lot..
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What do you mean they promise more?

GLP.org 500-600mW laser: $1,200

O-like 600mW IR filtered: $800

Unless you want to take a serious chance, I would not buy an untested laser. I try to put reviewed lasers up here when a new one pops up. So no, I don't think there has been any (reported) experience with them.
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I ment they are really try to be convicing about the stability of their products at the same time thir contact mail doesn"t even function... I guess you are right, no matter where I look the final answer will be optronics..
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I've been reading around here for a few hours now but I still can't decide, all the searching has revealed even more options

I already have a "200mW" red focusable laser from DX (don't know the real output) which burns everything dark really fast - balloons, matches, fireworks, plastic wrappers and it melts chocolate. The strength is great for me, but the beam is hardly visible in daylight so I wanted to ask Santa for a green laser.

First I was thinking of Welcome to focalprice.com | The lowest Price for DS R4 lite,PSP Slim,Genuine Earphone,SONY EX71 EX082,PS2,Macbook Accessories etc. but I read here it isn't very reliable. The price is around my upper limit, though.

In short, what I want is (in this order):
- Bright, visible beam day&night
- Burns stuff like the red one, I would be ok with a little less too
- Makes a yellow tone when combined with the red

What is the best I can get for under 40$?
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I'm thinking of buying a green laser, and i got some questions. Is a normal laser more likely to last longer than a pen laser, and what does it mean when the it is a "true" laser, or "factory-modded"?
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