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Question about a laser I'm going to receive

DanGeRoUs98

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Hey there community,

A few days ago, I bought a 100mW green laser from LAZERER and it has been shipped via HongKong Post without the batteries because of their policy about sending batteries and related components... Max, (Lazerer's owner I guess), warned me about this before shipping so I told him it's okay to ship it like that even If I paid for the batts... The thing is that I don't have batteries to power it on when it arrives.

The laser model I ordered is the SD301-like laser, so it takes the 18650 cell and the CR123A (16340) and I was wondering which one of both you guys recommend me to get the maximum out of that laser? So I can order a pack of batteries + a charger from USA

Thanks
 



Pi R Squared

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Hey there community,

A few days ago, I bought a 100mW green laser from LAZERER and it has been shipped via HongKong Post without the batteries because of their policy about sending batteries and related components... Max, (Lazerer's owner I guess), warned me about this before shipping so I told him it's okay to ship it like that even If I paid for the batts... The thing is that I don't have batteries to power it on when it arrives.

The laser model I ordered is the SD301-like laser, so it takes the 18650 cell and the CR123A (16340) and I was wondering which one of both you guys recommend me to get the maximum out of that laser? So I can order a pack of batteries + a charger from USA

Thanks
Well I have so far bought all my batteries and my three chargers from: Illumn.com - Flashlights, Batteries, Carry Gear, Intelligent LED Lighting, and More! and from Amazon. My best charger is this one: Efest LUC V4 Charger - Chargers - Batteries, Chargers, and PowerPax Carriers I highly recommend it but feel free to buy a cheaper charger if you must. Stay away from the generic blue batteries with no brand name, also Ultrafire are very low quality, buy the best batteries you can afford although with a laser of that power any batteries will work ok.

Alan
 
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mortuus

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any 18650 battery will do as its not a very good lasers they sell, typical mass produced chinese garbage so good batteries for that kind of laser is not needed really.
 




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