Old 04-27-2013, 09:08 PM #1
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Exclamation Is Armlaser.com reliable?

Im debating a 100mW red laser from armlaser for $69. It seems like a pretty good deal plus they're in the U.S. I just wondering though if they are a reliable seller with good products. So any inout is appreciated. Thanks!!


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Default Re: Is Armlaser.com reliable?

100mW red for $69 is not really a good deal.

Build your own. The parts for a red in that range is really cheap. The diode is under $10. If you have an old DVD burner you can pull one for free.
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Default Re: Is Armlaser.com reliable?

correction its a 200mW
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Default Re: Is Armlaser.com reliable?

100mW and 200mW red lasers usually use the same diode.

Which still cost less than $10, and can be found free in >16X DVD burners.
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