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Default Long OverDue Yobresal's 1 - 1.2 W 445nm: Review

Item Of Review is:

Yobresal's 1 - 1.2 W 445nm









Where Did I get it From?

LaserPointerForums.com

Sorry Can't buy from the Master Any Longer Unless your Special

How Much Would it Cost You?

180$





Shipping:







Through Who:USPS

From Where:Napa, CA, USA

Ordered On:11-17-10

When Sent Out:11-17-10

When Delivered:11-19-10













What Does it Look Like?























Does it Come With Anything Else?





















Any Flaws on My Unit?





Does Another Bent Sticker Count??







What Type of Batteries Does it run On?:

2X CR123A



How do they Fit?

With the size thats sent with them you can rattle it a "Little" Side to Side



Whats the Duty Cycle?

45 Seconds On 60 Seconds Off



How Long can it last on a full Charge? Minus the off time on duty cycles of course.

1 - 1.5 Hours With Batteries Given













On The Grid...

Square Inch Grid Block, The laser is 14' away from the Grid With Safety Goggles In Front of the camera for Dot & Splash Spec:











Baby Block:













Beam Shots! Using a Custom Made Beam Dump.
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Canon DSLR 10 MP, Nothing is in the Air to enhance the Beam.














Beam Shots In The Tank!

A Normal Shot and a 5 Second Exposure.











Night Sky Beam Shots!

Normal Shots 1 Second Exposure... "I'll get More and Better Ones Tomorrow"




15 Second Exposure..."It's Tomorrow














Ok Time for The LPM Test Videos!!



To make Both Videos and Not Burn up This Awesome Baby!!! I Super Cooled her Down with a Thick bag of Ice. You Put the Laser Body on the bag of Ice so the lens Isn't up Ageist the Bag and I put a Fan facing the Lens so no condensation could form on the Lens it Self. This Allowed Me to Have a extra long Run Time and not Worry about Hurting the Diode!!















LPM Conclusion Stats:



Test 1

Time Tested: 2:00 Minutes

Averaged mW: 1235 mW

Peak mW: 1242 mW

Settled at Or Still Climbing: As it Heated up it kept Dropping Lower. (Thats to be expected with 445 nm Diodes)



Test 2

Time Tested: 2:00 Minutes

Averaged mW: 1245 mW

Peak mW: 1252 mW

Settled at Or Still Climbing: As it Heated up it kept Dropping Lower. (Thats to be expected with 445 nm Diodes)



Conclusion of the Review:



PROS:

Beam:Awesome Beam & within Normal Specs

Power:1239 mW / 1252 mW Max Awesome!!!

Weight:107.6 Grams With Batteries

Battery Run Time:Can't Complain To Much, 1 - 1.5 hours is great for a Burning "Mostly" laser.

Personal Duty Cycle:30 - 45 Seconds On And 60 Seconds Off Perfect for Burning.


CONS:
Case:Had None




Product Stats:

MANUFACTURER:Yobresal
PRODUCT TYPE:445 nm 1-1.2 W Laser (1.25 W Real Output)
BEAM TYPE:TEM00
SWITCH TYPE:On/Off Cl icky
BATTERY:2 X's CR123A
ACCESSORIES:Charger and Rechargeable Batteries Included!
Body Type:BLACK ANODIZED Aluminum
SIZE:120 mm Long X 25 mm Wide
WEIGHT:76.4 Grams and 107.6 Grams With Batteries
COUNTRY OF MANUFACTURE:USA
WARRANTY:
Quote:
Originally Posted by YOBRESAL
I repair all lasers with no problem. If the laser has been tampered with I may charge for parts but if the user is smart in most cases it will be free of charge. At most if the user ruins most everything in the laser the charge is $55






Personal Cork Rating:



Claimed Power Rating vs Reality:

Overall Build Quality:

Overall Beam Specs:

Overall Company Experience:

Price Vs Quality:

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Default Re: Long OverDue Yobresal's 1 - 1.2 W 445nm: Review

Very detailed, in-depth review. I love my Yob 445. One think I'd like to point out though; the host is made of black anodized aluminum, not steel. No biggie, just wanted to bring it to your attention. Great job on the review!
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Default Re: Long OverDue Yobresal's 1 - 1.2 W 445nm: Review

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Above >100 mW you can burn your retina off any glossy surface just Reflecting The Beam off to your Eye!It's More Than Just a Mirror that you need to be Careful Of!!
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Default Re: Long OverDue Yobresal's 1 - 1.2 W 445nm: Review

Best review of these I've seen! Glad you Like it bud. Thanks for the nice review.
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