And it's just better in terms of safety features and battery , and maybe divergence too.
You might also want to look at this , that's also roughly in your budget range.They promise average output between 350 and 400mW.Well if you don't trust DL you can have it tested and complain and get a refund if it's not up to spec.
I say go for the RPL. I've had mine for over 5 months and still works perfect. These units are very rigged and very consistent. Jack is also one of the most pleasant persons to deal with. Tell him your a member here at LPF via email and ask him to send you a google check out and he will hook you up with 7.5% and 1.5% discounts. He usually ships over night priority mail with price included.
Sorry to be pushy here, but may I ask why? The units I sell are RPLs in every sense - they're made by the same manufacturer, with the same components, etc. - I'm just not technically call them RPLs . If people still feel a predjudice against them, I'd like to try to understand why if I can