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O-like 400mW bluray laser review

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The 14500 then I will do as an own project when I ever should find time to do so. So its not that important right now.

Yesterday I took a flat headed screwdriver to fix the lens. I accidentally screwed it in too far (there was not a lot of force needed), with the result that I could not focus it anymore to infinity. I then decided to screw it out all the way to inspect it. I then found that there was not a single lens loose, but the lens-system (or how to call this optical package?) was loose due to some tolerances in the threading. Then on the side of the waterproof flat glass I found some of the white stuff (its kind of soft glue, its purpose is to hold the lens system in the factory adjusted focus place; at least I think so :whistle:). Apparently it was a bit too less of this stuff, so the optics loosened itself.

Now I just screwed it in to the right position hoping it will be ok. Otherwise I will use some glue myself later on. I am quite satisfyed with the result now, because its OK, and because if its not OK I can fix it anyways easily....

Thanks.
 

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Yep it is (the brighter dot, not a stupid question). :D
It only looks significantly briter on camera. In person,.... the visibility difference isn't much more than a 200mW bluray.
But it burns really well, and a waterproof 400mW bluray for around $100 is a relatively good deal.
Also, I have verified that this model will survive deeper than a standard Rayfoss waterproof.
 
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This was a good review! I am considering getting one. I have a couple of questions. Is O-like similar to optotronics? Are they related? Also what gets my attention is the water proof. When i vacate i like to scuba dive and i was wondering which lasers are water proof, strong enough to burn things but survive depth in water?
 

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I haven't been brave enough to put any of my "Waterproof" lasers in water, +1 for the braveness and review :D
 

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got mine last week, but they didnt send a battery ><. Susie already sent one out. I got the graphite one and it looks awesome. Mine didnt come with a fancy case like yours though. It just came in a bubble bag already in the holster that comes with it. Can't wait to actually use it.
 

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Burning power? Very good?
If mine was as good as his, I'd say it was pretty good. Pop dark balloons at ~8 feet, burn through paper and electrical tape, light fireworks from a few feet away. You won't be starting fires or candles, but if you've got a dumb enough friend, you can certainly make them yelp at a distance.
 

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Wrong thing sorry but how about 250 me will that hurt too?
I suppose it would, if you had it focused and/or left it on the same spot long enough. Of course, that's not the intended use and I can't be held responsible if you scar yourself or something. Just sayin'.
 

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i was just wondering so i don't like hurt my self bad if i accentually touch the beam or something
 




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