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The New Spyder One Pro 200mW 532 handheld

john_lawson

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Well i must say This unit brought a whole new level of respect for Wickeds new series

ok I admitt it I couldn't sleep until it arrived "Thanks Niko" lol


oh back to the review as before Steves shipping from China is unbeaton 2 days and BAMMM

its here ,

packaging was excellent delivered from ups express no problems

upon opening this present i noticed the weight of this unit heavey i cannot weigh it

but according to the weight tag a bit over 1/2 lb it feels much heavier

appearance sleek black finish aluminum with three knureld section to help on grip

feels like a weapon to me I like it A lightsabre in fact -a dark side one

ok specification Time

SPYDER 1 Pro ser # V-R034###

mean 241.6 mW

Std Dev 13.74 Mw

min 142mW

Max 253.9mW

mrad about .9 as tested by me 6mm at 20 foot

I ran it for 3 one minute runs all in the 220-240 mW range NICE

my rating for this 5 golden stars this is a monster and from what I see here i can only imagine what a spyder 3 would do YIKES

I will do some good ol compareson measurements with my other units RPL's later on

I will update posts as this review is far from over
 

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yobresal

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Nice laser you got there. INVU. Sounds like it has incredibly low divergence!
 

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Oh allright.. I know theres a tiny lil' thumbnail pic, but it is worthless without real pics..
 

jayrob

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Sweet!

That looks like a great quality and high powered laser!
Jay
 
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scopeguy20

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Hey JL, I saw the standard deviation, and I think it was measured wrong, it s/b that the first point is taken after a 2-4 seconds of on time, on the one I got the STD DEV w/b a good indication if done the way I suggest, as it is it makes the variation of a good stable laser look bad, because the time before it's turned on and even beginning to lase is shown as variation. This number indeed is much smaller if done correctly these are very stable lasers! Good start on your review JL! -Glenn
 
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