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Wicked Lasers Arctic power graph's

brendon7358

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This particular Arctic is from June 2010

High-800mW

Low-100mW

High-Training Lens-150mW

Low-Training Lens-20mW


I really like variable power control, if I keep 2 lenses with me I can use the same laser that can burn to point around without worry :D

On a side note the wicked lasers goggles got it from 800mW to 13mW.
 
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Really disturbing how shitty of a job both the training lens, and the goggles do.

Thanks for sharing.
 

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Really disturbing how shitty of a job both the training lens, and the goggles do.

Thanks for sharing.
I don't understand what the problem wicked lasers has with goggles, my radiant electronics goggles that I got for like $10 got it down to 0mW, I did not test my eagle pair though because I did not want to damage them.
 
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I've tested eagle pair, uvex, cheapo red goggles, that are identical to the radiant ones, and radiant ones... for a 1W all of them worked fine. I really don't get that either... considering the markup on their lasers why can't they offer a decent pair.

WL goggles I didn't even bother testing. Literally saw too much blue through them.
 




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