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randomer3

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FS: CNI 150, Averages 170mw, Peaks 180mw

Wow, its been a while since i've posted on here :D

Ok basically I'm going off to University next weekend and am selling some stuff to get some money. So im interested in how much this would be worth now and whether anybody may be interested in it.
I bought it from Rattlehead about a year ago now and there are a few scratches on the casing but nothing major. (I'l take photos of them if you want)

The laser is a CNI 150 which has a average of 170mw and a peak of 180mw, its an awesome laser, will be sad to let it go. With new batteries it lights unsharped matches from a couple feet :D

I'd be after around $270 but would consider offers and maybe trades.

Anyways, here are some pics:

Compared to my 30mw Romisen from DL





And a few on its own (these were outside on a foggy night we had)






Opinions would be awesome, and offers may be considered :)

Thanks guys,
Rich
 
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ZRTMWA

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That is nice, what kind of batteries does it take?
 

Prototype

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AAA most likely (10440's), just incase we've gone too far into the millimeter area. :na:
 

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Yeah this takes AAA
I use rechargables when generally messing about with it and Lithuims when I'm wanting some extra power :D
 

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AAA most likely (10440's), just incase we've gone too far into the millimeter area. :na:
Just for clarity --

We usually only use the "digital" label (10440) when referring to the 3.7V rechargeable batteries. If the laser uses "regular" ~1.5V batteries, we call them AAA's.

It keeps the NooBs from burning out their new lasers as often ;)

Peace,
dave
 

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is there a price in mind u want to get around?? pm me please

thanks corey
 

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If you have a battery spacer it can be beneficial at times to use a single 10440 battery.
 

daguin

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If you have a battery spacer it can be beneficial at times to use a single 10440 battery.

Agreed. I actually prefer in most instances to use a single 3.7V ;)

I've got one module that won't even fire up with "only" 3V anymore!

Peace,
dave
 




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