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why optotronics don't sell average powered laser ?

realista

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i see on the net... older models called PPL......at about 80 until 125.. or more. i think that pen sized laser pen are not so good....... and RPL are too much expensive for a medium user. optotronics actually do't have a laser between the 65 mw and 165mw. but THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT range of buyers....!
they are losing many buyers that go to dragon...nova... for a 80/150mw laser.......
 

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Re: why optotronics don't sell average powered las

realista said:
i see on the net... older models called PPL......at about 80 until 125.. or more. i think that pen sized laser pen are not so good....... and RPL are too much expensive for a medium user. optotronics actually do't have a laser between the 65 mw and 165mw. but THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT range of buyers....!
they are losing many buyers that go to dragon...nova... for a 80/150mw laser.......

I feel that this range of green laser is about the most useless range. They are too bright to use indoors or in a group (<50mW) and too weak to use for burning or light shows (>200mW).

Peace,
dave
 
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Re: why optotronics don't sell average powered las

you could get the adjustable 225 it has a 1-9 setting and is adjustable usually
like my rpl 375 15 in about 400 mw #1 is about 175 mw
 

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Re: why optotronics don't sell average powered las

What's wrong with nova?
 
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Re: why optotronics don't sell average powered las

Maybe the middle mW ranged would be more tempting if they had a buy one get one free.

or


If they said if you where to buy a 50mW you could upgrade the 2nd at no charge

That way you could pony up 1/2 price to a 125mW then you have somthing to
work with.

just a thought though ;)
Of topic
member John lawson has a good deal running at the present for some solid built 405nm at I think $40.00 US.........
 




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