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Is laserland a great company?

eeliselleri

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Hi I have been thinking of buying things from laserland. Is it trustworthy site?
 



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Hi i have got lots of orders with this company they are good and i always get my items.
 

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Next time someone asks for a legit 5mw and less pointer the have a few that are chart certified for under $20.
 

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Next time someone asks for a legit 5mw and less pointer the have a few that are chart certified for under $20.
Not sure what you mean but Laserland claims a few pens are <5mW but no chart. Who knows what you actually get?
Generally, there is nobody that is going to bother to do output testing on mass produced lasers that output all over the place and cost $1.50-$2 from the maker and sell retail for $6 to $10 on eBay if that is what you mean.

Optotronics pens have <5mW verification on instruction sheet for the $29.95 + shipping cost of same?See: https://www.optotronics.com/proddetail.php?prod=Opto5
 
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On there items for sale, the 2nd one down is a 510 Osram diode pen and the listings down below claims a FDA Certificate being its a class 3R.
I guess I thought it was a chart?? :giggle:
 
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On there items for sale, the 2nd one down is a 510 Osram diode pen and the listings down below claims a FDA Certificate being its a class 3R.
I guess I thought it was a chart?? :giggle:
OK got it--get what you mean..

There is no such thing as FDA certificate, however---is just marketing BS--Wicked Lasers used to market the Arctic as FDA approved.

"Certification means that the manufacturer of a radiation-emitting electronic product states that the product complies with an applicable FDA performance standard and does not emit hazardous and unnecessary radiation. Certification is based upon the manufacturer’s own quality control testing program and does not indicate FDA approval."
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"Neither the acknowledgement letter nor the accession number constitutes an approval of your product. CDRH does not have the authority, nor does any other federal agency, to approve the radiation safety of an electronic product that emits radiation."
see: https://www.fda.gov/radiation-emitting-products/electronic-product-radiation-control-program/getting-radiation-emitting-product-market
 
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