Re: Review: SKYlasers (laserbtb.com) 100mW 16340 532nm Laser
Nice review! +1
A thing to note is that if you would've liked the laser to be IR filtered, they would've installed it if you had left a note with your order or contacted them.
They've done so with all three of the 532nm lasers I've...
Just wanted to update!
The previous code was not working, I recently became aware of that.
I contacted SKYLaser and they made another one, turned out the first one was for a single use.
This one is is not single-use, it should be permanent - 716513518239
Again, it is a 10% discount code, use...
Yeah, you're correct. I was recently notified.
Sorry about that, I've contacted SKYLaser and a new one will be ready very soon.
EDIT - The new code is: 716513518239
This is a 10% off code too, it is to be used at the laserbtb.com checkout.
The OP has been updated too.
Firstly, good luck on the sale :)
That's not a bad price at all for a >150mW 532nm laser.
I might be interested ..
Really? Could you give me the link to where you got this?
Doesn't look like one of SKYLaser's hosts.
I'd suggest a new thread.
5 lasers reviewed in one thread wouldn't work out well, as the first post would be very long, and would take quite some time to load with all the pictures.
Also, there'd be people talking about different lasers in the replies. Might be a little confusing.
Wow .. that's very impressive for a 70mW 405nm laser.
My 100mW BudgetGadgets 532nm laser has an extremely low beam diameter, so it pops balloons/lights matches very quickly, even when focused to infinity!
I recently started off on Youtube and decided it was time to record popping loads of balloons with a high powered laser, as it seems that's what people like to watch. :p
Anyway, here's the video:
The laser in this video is the 1W 445nm Blue Laser from SKYLaser.
Link to the...