- Dec 3, 2009
Lol, thats what I almost did to get some 18650's
I have built over 300 LED UV lights over the last few years.Care to elaborate?
Oh I totally understand! I would much rather be sans batteries and actually get my lasers than them be seized.Hi， guys
Sorry about the inconvenience.
we usually do not include battery into a laser product package to reduce the risk of confiscation by customs or post office. you know batteries are usually not allowed by shippers or customs.
so i suggest buy battery locally or domestically
BTW, laserlands laser pens are over 90% over spec. there is none 5mw laser pointer pen actually to be honest
That don't necessarily mean it's bad. You're not going to get every single mAh out of the battery. Remember as voltage drops, internal resistance goes up.Not to sound racist, but I agree that Chinese batteries are often of questionable quality. For example, my Spyder I Pro came with a lithium-ion battery that was rated at 2,000 mAh. Since the Spyder has a power consumption of less than 1,500 mA, the battery should (logically) have lasted over 80 minutes, but I could never get more than half an hour from it.
No its like here is a laser thats 100mW when its new but over time as the batteries die you are lucky to get 15mW but we are going to sell it as 100mW (because thats what it puts out).So it's like "Here's a laser that's capable of providing 100mW. But remember, you won't get all of that 100mW because of conversion losses, optical losses, and congressional dentistry losses. You're lucky to measure 15mW, but we're STILL going to sell it as 100mW."