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FINISHED - January 2024 JLasers Giveaway!

What would you like to win?

  • JLasers C3 (14500 450nm 1.6W)

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loreadarkshade

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This is a giveaway for a JLasers Handheld for the month of January next year :)
The choice will be chosen from the poll above

C3C8EosNanoSafeTitanS2+

Here they are in order: C3, C8, Eos, Nano, Safe, Titan, S2+

To enter the giveaway, simply comment, like or answer the poll!
The draw will be on Jan. 1 2024
 
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Ears and Eggs

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I chose the 70mW 505, only one of those wavelengths I have never seen. I have a couple 488s and the JLasers 700mW 520, but never anything in between.
 

Unown (WILD)

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I wouldn't mind a safe laser for once. That would be nice. Also props for the giveaways
 

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For me personally power isn't that important, 70mW is plenty and new wavelengths are really nice
 
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Yeah, I'm looking forward to this as well. These give aways are nice especially to new members here. Don't need any of these especially myself, but will take anyone if I happen to win. Thanks.
 
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I voted for the 505nm since it's pretty uncommon, but I'd like to see how the Nano host holds up too.
 

CurtisOliver

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I've changed votes. Turns out my 505nm diodes I just bought are very low wavelength. So it would be nice to actually see 505nm at last.
 

CurtisOliver

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Not certain you will get a much higher wavelength than you already have.
Oh, I think I might. Ever heard of 505nm diodes at 497 and 499nm? And no, my spectrometer wasn’t glitching. I calibrated, rechecked calibration and checked multiple sources (dpss, hene, and already measured diodes) today and all good. I was right on them being 2nm apart. I just didn’t expect them to be so low. It explains the amount of blue still present and why they’re closer to my 493 and far from my 523.
 
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Oh, I think I might. Ever heard of 505nm diodes at 497 and 499nm? And no, my spectrometer wasn’t glitching. I calibrated, rechecked calibration and checked multiple sources (dpss, hene, and already measured diodes) today and all good. I was right on them being 2nm apart. I just didn’t expect them to be so low. It explains the amount of blue still present and why they’re closer to my 493 and far from my 523.

Actually, the lowest one I saw was still above 500nm. The one I kept and built was 502nm. Hope you get what you are hoping for, but don't be too surprised if you don't.
 

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Actually, the lowest one I saw was still above 500nm. The one I kept and built was 502nm. Hope you get what you are hoping for, but don't be too surprised if you don't.
Currently even if I get a 502nm that will be a colour difference for me. I was actually going to dm you about those diodes. Because I was shocked and i seriously doubted my readings at first. But I was able to replicate them. I can safely say 497nm is stunning to observe. 499nm is slightly strange but also beautiful.
 
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Currently even if I get a 502nm that will be a colour difference for me. I was actually going to dm you about those diodes. Because I was shocked and i seriously doubted my readings at first. But I was able to replicate them. I can safely say 497nm is stunning to observe. 499nm is slightly strange but also beautiful.

Yeah, I never saw one that low in wavelength. Haven't seen any new ones though recently.
 




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