Build quality looks questionable, though for the price it's not too unreasonable.
Exactly--looks very amateur --like a home built toy LPM--the large LCD especially is silly looking on that msmall box and not installed particularly cleanlyI suspect there will be many deficiencies with this unit, especially with the claim of 15 watts.
It might be a good unit however. Will be interesting to hear/see how accurate it is over a 0 to 15W range with all wavelengths
Hak: I think you are confusing the Hyperion with the the new hand held portable LPM laserpointer store is offering. Why anyone would need or want such a thing if the had a good LPM already, is another story.hmmmm
the Hyperions have been tested & proven.. $150 reads ~20W-but you can get a $75 version (MUST be the correct version) and later easily upgrade to 20W for a second $75..(no need to send your LPM anywhere BTW)
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