I love the greens too. 532nm is really bright too, my fav is 510-515nm though. Cyan lasers are the bee's knee's too.Actually any laser over 5mw has the potential to cause eye damage, so don't think just because a laser looks weak that it can't do harm, remember to practice laser safety at all times, never point a laser towards a person, vehicle or window and wear laser safety glasses when appropriate.
A 520nm laser is very visible at night, but I really like the 505nm, they make a nice deep emerald green beam that's prettier than 520nm IMHO and you can get them for 100 bucks or so, check around or try the "RADIO EDIT"
So many bright colors. 532nm, really bright green. I have a few of them. One is 50mw and it will leave a spot on a cloud 10 miles or more up. I have a few at 100mw-150mw, even brighter. My 500mw+ one is way bright, got to use glasses, that thing is dangerous. Slice through a paper or plastic bag like it wasn't even there. My light saber, or so I call it.Hi all , what’s the most brightest and visible diode that money can buy? Something that is very bright and visible at night time. I have $300 to spend , what are your guys recommendations? Thanks. Mark