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Smeerworst

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Thanks for that review link of the Krypton metering peak at 1100mW but I know that they were doing that back in 2011 as I had several and so did a bunch of others. They usually settle in around 930mW or so. One of WL dumbest mistakes was not rating them as a 750mW+ model from day one along with the other laser models!
Sorry but I do not know if it is the CNI 800 or if it's a separate crystal type.
I have five of the 750mW rated Krypton lasers and they peak at = 820mW, 850mW(tiny artifact), 987mW, 1003mW and 1100mW

Dates of manufacture are 2/2012, 12/2012, 6/2011, 2/2012 and 9/2011

Watch around 2:05 and 3:21 please.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_Yjtg3UfbY
That's my video :D
 



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I've removed irrelevant/off topics posts. Please keep the thread on track now, this is a commerce thread, not a witch hunt.
 

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I buyed the Spyder 1 532nm from LC, before this thread was made...

The laser is way overspec...

I'm a collector of these handhelds myself, and bin called this and that by various members....
Well as some of you may have noticed (or not).
I'm not much on this forum anymore, let alone donate to the forum couse of this behaviour...

Just something i wanted of my chest..:thanks:

Back on Topic, and free bumb for excellent seller..
 
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Update;

Krypton 532nm 100mW to 1100mW = $399 to $1200
Arctic 445nm 1489mW to 1630mW = $459 to $559
Inferno 650nm 750mW to 900mW = $459 to $499
Lunar 405nm 400mW to 500mW = $459
SOLD -- Nano 405nm 75mW = $129
Nano 532nm/650nm 15mW/100mW = $149
SOLD -- Evo 532nm 100mW = $199
Evo 532nm 75mW = $199
SOLD -- Evo 532nm 100mW (with $160 worth of accessories) = $299
Evo 532nm 75mW (with $160 worth of accessories) = $299
SOLD -- Core 532nm 5mW = $79
SOLD -- E2 405nm = $139
E2 532nm/650nm 25mW to 75mW = $139
SOLD -- E2 808nm = $100
SOLD -- E2 445nm 5mW = $99
SOLD -- E2 593.5nm 2mW = $300
SOLD -- E3 405nm = $159
E3 532nm/650nm 150mW to 250mW = $159
Sonar-Black Host 405nm 40mW = $200
SOLD -- Sonar-White Host 405nm 40mW = $199
Phoenix 532nm 40mW = $199
SOLD -- Pulsar 650mW <500mW = $150
Executive 532nm 50mW = $175
Executive Pro 532nm 100mW = $199
SOLD -- Spyder I 532nm <500mW = $325
SOLD -- Spyder II 473nm <500mW = $390
SOLD -- Spyder III 473nm <500mW = $375

Torch Flashlight (both models)
Lithium Ion Torch Batteries
NI-MH Torch Batteries
SOLD -- Burning/Focusing Lens for the S3 Spyder Series lasers
20% Safety/Training Lens for the S3 Spyder Series lasers
Laser Safety Glasses
Hard Clam Cases for Laser Safety Glasses
Cloth pouches for Laser Safety Glasses
User's Manuals
Safety Flyers
SOLD -- Tripods
Lens Pens
Lens Micro Fiber Cloths
Lanyards
SOLD -- LaserSabers
Nylon Tactical Holsters for the original Torch, Core, E2, E3, Nano, Sonar, Phoenix, Executive and S3 Spyder Series Lasers
18650 Batteries
18650 Battery Chargers
Torch Chargers (both models)
Dragon Cases
SOLD -- Beam Expander
SOLD -- PhosForce
SOLD -- Optics 16 piece Lenses, Mirrors and Prisms Optics Set
Hard Sided Display Cases for Core, Phoenix & Executive Series lasers
Evo SmartPorts
Evo Blue Tooth Modules
Evo Firmware Programmers
Evo 6 pc. Expanded Lens Kits
Nano 6 pc. Expanded lens Kits
S3 Spyder Series 4 pc. Expanded Lens Kits
S3 Spyder Series 6 pc. Expanded Lens Kits
S3 Spyder Series 7 pc. Expanded Lens Kits
S3 Spyder Series 10 pc. Expanded Lens Kits
 
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what does the E3 532nm Look like. Is this an older model?
 

Laser Chick

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I metered one before my LPM died and it peaked at 248mW and settled at 231mW
 

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I metered one before my LPM died and it peaked at 248mW and settled at 231mW
Wow 231mw of green is amazing from a pen laser. I just dont see them for sale anymore. I really wana buy it but wont have the money for a few more days. Ughhhh :(
 

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I got my package today. E2 808nm and Dragon Case



LaserChick informed me her LPM does no t work. She estimated the E2 808nm I bought between 100mW and 120mW.
I threw in some old batteries I found in a stereo remote (only AA's I could find) and tossed the 808nm at my Ophir to see what it might do. peak with the batteries I had was 331mW.


Might get more with fresh battery I'll know soon. Thanks LaserChick for being so nice to deal with +rep (when I can) and the only thing I regret is not buying two dragon cases, the thing is incredible.

Carl
Well well well I tested this laser with 6 year old batteries and shouldn't have. Bought brand new batteries last week and ran a new test today. Hahaha this WL 808nm laser peaked at 598mW and sat stable between 580-590mW forever. It took probably 2 minutes to hit it's peak but I'm happy as can be. Need to check what else is left of this collection.

 

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Hey everyone,

Been a lurker for a couple of months. So being ignorant to lasers, I researched a bit during this time. I finally registered and got in touch with Laser Chick.

She is awesome! I told her the little bit I learned from researching and asked her if she could help me out and educate me some more. She happily did, without hesitation. All her responses were quick, within the same day and very professional. I bothered her a lot, and she just kept answering and helping me without skipping a beat. I finally decided on a W.L. E2 green laser. I'm mainly going to use it for work purposes, but I also didn't want to buy a crap laser and have to keep replacing it. I'd rather buy a quality tool from the start and, if needed, work up from there.

I would absolutely buy from Laser Chick again, as well as recommend her to anyone I knew in the market to buy a laser. The entire process was flawless. Shipping was on point and quick. Packaging was great. It couldn't have gone better if I wished for it. She did reiterate a few times about how important safety is with laser pointers. Something I was aware of from researching (and by knowing about the morons who use the lasers to cause trouble; on pilots of airplanes & choppers, athletes, police officers and other idiotic uses that give lasers a bad rep by bad people)...but it was great that she was adamant about the fact. Especially with someone she doesn't know, off the internet and new to lasers. I appreciated her reminders and that this was something of importance to her...not just another buyer/sale.

Once again, thanks a lot, LC. I very much appreciate the great communication and flawless transaction. Hope to do business with you again in the future!
 




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