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danmarcus

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Seriously? About how much did you pay up for it?
 

PBK

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$36.95 for the laser. Paid extra for the express shipping though. $50 total but the regular shipping is free. Customer service is not great, takes about 3-4 days for them to answer, but otherwise everything else is is OK
 

InfinitusEquitas

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Laser came today and I have to say I am really surprised with the quality. Very sturdy and seems to be made well. Not sure about the actual power as I have no meter to test it, but It does pop balloons and will light a match at about 18-20 inches.
Which can be done with any 100mW laser...

Consider yourself luck you didn't get a complete POS... rest assured it is not in fact 200mW.
 

PBK

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Yes I agree. Definite difference if compared to the Laserglow Aries 225 that I had. It was tested at a 232mw and very stable. I do have a couple of spare arduino boards laying around, so I am going to start working on an open lpm project. I'm curious to see what the actual output is.
 




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