Haha it just pales in comparison to a company like LaserGlow, for example. If you got a laser that outputted 60% of its advertised power, and has two sides to customer service and quality control, would you call them a high quality company?
I have no personal experience with the Nano, but given the past couple years I still wouldn't spend my money on one. Do post a review though :beer: I may stand corrected. There haven't been very many WL reviews recently, so it's hard to judge
I wouldn't say to avoid them like the plague, either. They're just a decent (albeit possibly overpriced) laser manufacturer that has periodic fluctuations, once briefly in 2008, again in 2010-2012. Other than that, they are a pretty good company. But they wouldn't make it to my list of the best companies unless they show themselves how they were in 2007 and 2009, but hold it there
Btw... did anyone notice that WL's Beam Expanders are now out of stock?
I think the hosts are the only reason that most people buy from them. I really like the fact that the Spyder 3 series has those lens caps to protect the lens from the elements while in use. I wonder how many customs are made with that?
Ugh, looking at WL comments is worse than YouTube comments. Someone asked if they could make weapon sights, and WL (thankfully) said "We do not make or recommend our lasers for use on firearms"
5 comments later, people are fighting over whether high-power laser sights are legal or not...