- Feb 5, 2008
Yes but put your self in another customer shoes who has no idea what a laser is, just wants one, so he'll attempt to superglue it, or not even detect why the beam is getting abnormally fat.Nope, but I kinda like it, when I get some batteries I'll have a play. Focusable greens sound fun
But for commercial purposes and small amount of glue to fix it in place would be well worth having because it could de-focus and someone may assume it is broken.
We all know that cyanoacrylate and optics are like dynamite and lighters. You just do not want the together, unless you want to ruin somebody's day.
We can fix it in place, but soembody else might not.
But since we are already talking focusables, I was thinking that you can fixiate some sort of extension to "crown" part of flashlight (inside, on black aperture plastic) and then the lens on the extension, so threading the crown top would thread the lens.
Also, I tried running mine of alligator clamped 14500, seems very nice output, no mode hopping.
I'll get to testing when I recieve some batteries, to make a full review.