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JBTexas

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The website looks just too "flashy"... it doesn't "feel" right or trustworthy.

At the top, Clicking "Contact Us" leads nowhere. Same with "Site Map".

At the bottom, clicking "About Us" = "We're sorry, but the Web address you entered is no longer available".

Hard to believe:

PINK LASER POINTER The pink colored laser pointer is a new development. Needless to say of course, that its inner-workings and construction is a tightly guarded secret for now. Vectralasers is one of the first companies, if not the first to mass produce a pink laser pointer.. Before you get distracted by its cutesy color, don’t forget that a Vectra laser pointer comes with a guarantee of functionality, durability, power and precision. We have to admit though that our pink laser pointer really is a beauty. Just don’t go taking it out to dinner or the drive-in, rom-com movies. That will be downright creepy.
The pink laser beam is the latest hue to be developed and Vectra is one of the first, if not the first to mass produce the pink laser pointer in the NYX Series. Fittingly named after the Greek Goddess Nyx, Vectra’s pink laser pointer combines beauty with awesome power. Emitting at 980nm wavelength, the Nyx Pink Laser Pointer shoots out a distinctively beautiful pink laser beam. Don’t let its beauty fool you though, the Nyx Series should be operated with caution because the pink laser shoots out in awesome power outputs of 500mW, 800mW, 1000mW and 1500mW. Just treat it right, kinda like a hot date with a .357 Desert Eagle.
980nm = pink?

Prices seem a bit off. If "pink lasers" were THAT rare, I think they would be more expensive. I didn't look closely at their other prices.
 
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steve001

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The website looks just too "flashy"... it doesn't "feel" right or trustworthy.

At the top, Clicking "Contact Us" leads nowhere. Same with "Site Map".

At the bottom, clicking "About Us" = "We're sorry, but the Web address you entered is no longer available".

Hard to believe:





980nm = pink?

Prices seem a bit off. If "pink lasers" were THAT rare, I think they would be more expensive. I didn't look closely at their other prices.
It's a typo both in color and nm. CNI as I recall has very recently issued a magenta laser.
 

Trevor

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They're playing on how IR shows up pinkish on camera, but not telling people it's invisible to the eye.

Unbelievable.

-Trevor
 




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