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Feeler: LPM'd ebay pens

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Top shiny pens would only be 532nm:
5mW or less-$20
50mW or less-$25
100mW or less-$30
100mW or more-$35

Bottom pens would be 532nm,650nm, 405nm
, and 445nm


532nm

5mW or less-$5
50mW or less-$10
100mW or less-$20
100mW or more-$25

650nm
50mW or less-$5
100mW or less-$10
150mW or more-$20

405nm
50mW or less-$5
100mW or less-$10
150mWor more-$20

445nm (osram)
50mW or less-$60
100mW or less-$70
100mW or more-$75
150mW or more-$100

Only 445nm would come with a case.
All pens would come with an LPM graph.
All pens would be tested with Energizer Ultimate Lithiums.
Not all shown powers may be available.

Batteries (AAA Energizer Ultimate Lithiums)
$3 each
$10 pack of 4

Shipping
$7 U.S.
$20 Next day air U.S.

International: PM me

Would anyone be interested?
 
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Why are the >100mW more expensive than the <100mW? ;)
 
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Why are the >100mW more expensive than the <100mW? ;)

Because 100mW> is 100mW or less and 100mW< is 100mW or more, these are only price outlines, actual prices will be different i.e. a 75mW 532nm (non-shiny) would be $15.

p.s. I might go ahead with the 532nm, 650nm, and 405nm because people seem to be interested, but would anyone be interested in the 445nm or the shiny 532nm? I need at least 2 takers for the 445nm's to get them due to the high price.
 
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Why are the >100mW more expensive than the <100mW? ;)

I read it the same way. I thought it was a typo.

5mW< means to me, "less than 5mW" or "5mW or less"

If I'm talking about something greater than 5mW, I want to see the (>) greater than sign in there, somewhere.

>5mW = greater than 5mW,
5mW> = 5mW or greater.

Is that right? Or have I destroyed more of my brain cells?
 
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I read it the same way. I thought it was a typo.

5mW< means to me, "less than 5mW" or "5mW or less"

If I'm talking about something greater than 5mW, I want to see the (>) greater than sign in there, somewhere.

>5mW = greater than 5mW,
5mW> = 5mW or greater.

Is that right? Or have I destroyed more of my brain cells?

idk :shhh: I replaced > and < with or less and or more :p
 
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I would definitely be interested in some 100mw+ green and 150mw+ 405nm. You got any stock?
 
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So basically you buy 100 ebay pens. Test them all and then let the price vary because they are metered? And you don't have the risk of getting an underspec one? :) maybe i am down for a few :)

Greetings,,
 
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I do not have any in stock because this is a feeler I did not want to buy them then have no one want them and be stuck with dozens of laser pens and loose money :D I will buy some soon I just need to know is ANYONE interested in 445nm and is ANYONE interested in shiny 532nm ? If not I will just not bother getting those one's

p.s. Just ordered 25 532nm,650nm, and 405nm's from various different sellers to find the good ones, they should all be here within the next month or so
 
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Interested in the shiny 532nm, I'd buy at least one, preferably 100mW+.

There is certainly a market for cheap, but tested lasers imo.

Would also grab a 150mW+ 405, and 650. No interest in the single mode osram.
 
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Interested in...

532nm 100mW or more-$25
650nm 150mW or more-$20
405nm 150mW or more-$20

-Shane

P.S. PM recieved...
 
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I don't know if the shiny 532nm's will even get up to 100mW, I have gotten 3 so far and the highest power one is 30mW :( But sense there is interest for them I will get a few, the single mode 445nm's will not be purchased at this time.
 
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Personally I doubt they will, I got a couple of them in the past, really like they way they look and feel, but they were only ~10mW and ~30mW. They are really a huge step up vs the cheaper looking pens. :whistle:
 




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