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Default 50mW 532nm WF-502B Dinodirect laser review.

Ok, finally, here is the review for this laser: 50mW 532nm WF-502B Flashlight-Style Green Laser Pointer(1 x 16340/CR123A) - DinoDirect.com

First of all, let me apologize for the delay of the review. I was meant to do it as soon as the laser had arrived but I have been busy( and still am ) with school stuff( choosing university etc ) and other things.. So, dinodirect, please accept my apologizes.

50mW 532nm WF-502B

Taken from the site:

Specifications:

-Clearly visible green beam in the dark area
-Perfect tool for astronomy, presentation, tutorial and office meeting
-WF-502B Flashlight style
-Very nice host
-Long duty cycle
-Cliky button for easy control
-The light can point at any targets, such as photos, blackboard, video monitors and so on
-Operation Voltage: 3.0~3.7V
-Laser Wave Length: 532nm
-Laser Output: 50mW
-Beam Divergence Angle: <1.5
-Beam Diameter: <1.0
-Working Mode: CW
-Switch: Button
-Service Life: 8000-10000h
-Power Supply: 1 x 16340/CR123A battery
-Optimum Working Temperature: 10~30℃
-Size: Approx.133 x 33mm / 5.23 x 1.29in(L x Dia.)

Anyway, below are some pictures and a description for each one.

The front of the laser head. I did not remove the sticker it came with. It's a warning you not to point it directly into your eyes ^^





The head can be easily removed by twisting it, to adjust the focus of the module with a screwdriver.






A very nice clicky switch.




The host itself is awesome. Awesome construction and build quality.




And of course some beamshots. I will upload some nightshots later, because it's still day. LTE is 4 seconds.. The beam is visible in daytime, but I needed a long time exposure so the camera could show the beam.




All in all, I think this is the best 50 mw pointer i have ever owned. Seriously, the divergence is great, a very easy beam to notice. It also uses a single 16340/CR123A battery which is pretty neat. If I were to buy another 50 mw pointer, it would be this one. Thanks dinodirect!



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