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Eghemus

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Nothing but good from me too;)
 



Laserbeamk

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I've lost it twice, and washed it in the washing machine, then in the dryer once.
Still running just as strong as ever.

With 2 17500 batts in series, I get realistically 30-45 mins between charges.

I had it on for about 10 straight minutes. Host was comfortably warm, never hot.
It cut the rope off!!!

Michael.
Damn.....10min duty cycle is perfect. i will be watchful for your laser, tell me when you won't need it and I will give you a fair price :takeit:
 

Pi R Squared

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Been using this laser for a while now. I gotta say I still love it!!

I've lost it twice, and washed it in the washing machine, then in the dryer once.
Still running just as strong as ever.

With 2 17500 batts in series, I get realistically 30-45 mins between charges.


This weekend we went to the river and brought out the seadoos. A tow rope got sucked into the impeller shaft. I couldn't find a sharp knife anywhere. so I pulled the seadoo out of the river and used this beast to cut the tangled rope out.

I had it on for about 10 straight minutes. Host was comfortably warm, never hot.
It cut the rope off!!!

Michael.
Well I guess I can say now that they are torture tested. Lol
This reminds me of the old Timex commercials, it takes a licking and keeps on ticking.


Alan
 

chipdouglas

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as for the 10 mins of straight on... obviously I had no clue if it was going to kill it.

but a diode and or driver is way cheaper than seadoo mechanic haha!!

Michael.
 




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