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zaery

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Their DIO blue lasers are such loooool!!! :crackup:
Is it possible that they try to sell a cheap 5mw blu-ray pen at this price?
Not that i've ever heard of them, but it says blue, not blu-ray, so it's prolly a bit more expensive.
 

phoenix77

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I've never heard of them before, but for their two 'BLUE' lasers, they list them as 473nm. The prices are in Euro's & I don't know the conversion rate. rob
 

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The 5mW 473nm "BLUE" laser from LASERGLOW is $449.00, so it's priced right in the ball-park. Not too bad IMO. rob
 

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(very) Roughly 1.4 euros to a US Dollar.
Actually, it is the other way round

0.72 EUR = $1
or
1 EUR = $1.40

If a Yank goes to the EU and gives the bank $100 he would receive 72 EUR in exchange. The Euro is worth more than the dollar

Peace,
dave
 

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I was just looking at the blue laser pics down the main picture.
The main picture looks like a real 473nm blue! The pics there are just copied from the green pen style laser version on this page.
 

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Dude. Let's be realistic. The 635nm's are either not up-to-spec power-wise, or they're not 635nm (650-660nm red) which is probably the case. Or they're a total-BS company and won't send you jack-shit (it's happened before... just a total scam). Here's the LG 635nm model for price-comparison:

http://enthusiast.laserglow.com/GOH

In case you don't wanna visit the link, it's a PGL-host, 200-250mW for $1k (only one model). I rest my case.
 




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