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CNI GB 5th time!

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Hello folks! I am expecting delivery in under 10 days of the CNI round 4 GB items and I already have several lasers ordered for round 5. Please let me know if you want any CNI laser or other items. The blue "Aquarius" lasers are a terrific bargain, shipped priority insured in USA for about $315 but the 5 mW rated units have been about 10-15 mW so far and we have ordered several of these and the Yellow pen lasers which cost about the same. The cost shipped in the USA for "C" battery PGL III -C-532 nm:
100 mW $265
200 mW $355
300 mW $460
400 mW $685
500 mW $930
(for the 18650 battery ava. in 100 to 300 mW only add $30)
Red laser Goggles $45 shipped
Green Blue laser Goggles $45 shipped
PGL III -C- 473 nm 50 mW $675 before shipping and PP fee
PGL -C- 593.5 nm 5 mW $600 before shipping and PP fee Ask Schrecken_Licht about these! link:http://laserpointerforums.com/f48/brilliant-yellow-41404.html
GLP 405 nm $155
PGL RG 150 mW $410
Lab Lasers can be ordered as well.
MBL-III-473nm-50mW with 10% stability cw/Unit USD600.00
MBL-III-473nm-100mW with 10% stability cw/Unit USD900.00
MBL-III-473nm-150mW with 10% stability cw/Unit USD1200.00
MGL-III-532nm-100/200mW with 10% stability cw/Unit USD485.00
MGL-III-532nm-300mW with 10% stability cw/Unit USD640.00
MGL-III-532nm-400mW with 10% stability cw/Unit USD915.00
MGL-III-532nm-450mW with 10% stability cw/Unit USD950.00
MGL-III-532nm-500mW with 10% stability cw/Unit USD1200.00
MGL-H-532nm-600mW with 10% stability cw/Unit USD1350.00
For these lab lasers the USA Insured shipping is included, but not PP fee
The warranty period of the laser is 12 months.
The shipment will be arranged within 2 weeks.

I hope to get these in a hurry, so if you are going to take a few more days to fund, you may be on GB 6. AMB! -Glenn
 
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Wow congrats! Too bad i have no money for a 5mW aquarius.
 
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Scopeguy: Forum won't let me rep you right now, but thanks for the GB!
Let me know when it ships!

To anyone else looking here... get on this GB.
Glenn is a great guy and easy to work with... And you won't be disappointed with a laser from CNI especially at these prices!
 

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Thanks RA_pierce, I do like to see folks get that laser goodness and save $ -GH
 

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hey this is for all the products on cni right? or just the ones you said in your post
 

scopeguy20

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We will order any CNI product, I just have to ask prices for other items. BTW, I added the PGL RG 150 mW unit.
 

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Do they not manufacture the 400 or 500mW versions with the 18650 battery?
 

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Yes Yobresal, The 18650 powered units, (aside from the 593.5 nm) are smaller and do not have as long a duty cycle, (smaller heat sink), I seem to remember the 18650 is up to 300 mW only, but if you want, I can ask again. -Glenn
 

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Oh, I see. Thanks for the Info Glenn. I am a big supporter of the 18650 batteries. I have had both PGL styles and really like not having to buy C batteries all the time. That and I have like 5 18650 batteries and six chargers (if anyone needs a charger for these let me know) I wonder if you could buy those AA to C battery changers and cut them out to fit an 18650 and stick it in there. It would probably give it a nice power boost.
 

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Woo! I'm looking forward to owning a blue laser. Compare these prices to anything on Laserglow, and you're looking at like 50% of their prices.
 

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Oh, I see. Thanks for the Info Glenn. I am a big supporter of the 18650 batteries. I have had both PGL styles and really like not having to buy C batteries all the time. That and I have like 5 18650 batteries and six chargers (if anyone needs a charger for these let me know) I wonder if you could buy those AA to C battery changers and cut them out to fit an 18650 and stick it in there. It would probably give it a nice power boost.
I remember seeing some rechargeable Energizer brand C cells at a local Best Buy some time ago. I believe they were NiMH. They may have been adapters for AA cells but I didn't take a good look.

Edit: Did a quick search and I found some here... I will probably get some.
All-Battery.com - Rechargeable batteries & Chargers - C Size Series NiMH Rechargeable Batteries
Energizer Rechargeable Battery C - Compare Prices, Reviews and Buy at NexTag - Price - Review

Battery Junction also has some. :)
 
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Those look cool. Not sure how well they would match up against a rechargeable litium but they will def kick regular alky's butt.
 

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My experience is that regular alkaline batteries in the "C' PGL's are long lasting.

CNI pen type 532 nm 150 mW rated, (will be about 175 mW), is $320 shipped in USA, but if 10x bought together drops by $25 ea. to $295 shipped -Glenn
 
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I alerted the sales rep to what the order entails, and they can get the jump on producing these and cherry picking high output units for us! I believe we can get these a little faster too than usual. Thanks All! -Glenn
 




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