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New Optotronics 10% off coupon

bootleg2go

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Use coupon code LPF10 and get 10% off on any of our portable laser products.
Optotronics Portable Lasers
Sale is limited to these products that are currently in stock, and right now everything is in stock.
This coupon is in addition to any discounts given for quantity purchases for the pen pointers and or the 3% discount for purchases made while logged in to your Optotronics customer account.
So logged in customers will get 13% and those logged in and buying more than one pen pointer of the same type will get discounts from 18 to 25%.

The sale begins now and goes through September 30th.
We rarely have sales, so now's the time to save and get that high performance pointer you've been waiting for at a discount price.

All of our laser products are guaranteed to be overspec on their average output power, you will always get more than you pay for at Optotronics.

Average output power is recorded and reported to our customers for their laser.

During this sale, we are also offering a free certification report for each RPL ordered, upon customer request for the certification (a $30 value). Optotronics Full Laser Certification
 
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DJNY

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532nm RPL is still my dreamlaser :)
 

SteveIsNowHere

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Well, I missed that deal! :(

I guess I have to wait a few month more for a new deal...
 

Bionic-Badger

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Well, I missed that deal! :(

I guess I have to wait a few month more for a new deal...
You really didn't need to resurrect a dead deal-thread to lament your missed opportunity.

How well will Optotronics Product Details work for combining 2 445 diodes?
They don't work for that. That's a splitter, not a polarized beam combiner. It still won't combine beams except maybe combining two split beams, which would be pretty pointless for the same wavelength. If you still want a splitter, you can get a splitter like that for cheaper and bigger at Surplus Shed.
 
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SteveIsNowHere

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You really didn't need to resurrect a dead deal-thread to lament your missed opportunity.
So instead of lamenting on a comment you should have advised a moderator to close this thread for good... ;)

(Sorry to comment here...again. This is the last time I looked up this thread in the hope of some update on a deal. I'm not even going to subscribe for an e-mail notification!
All the best! :yh:)
 




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