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Green Lasers Archives
Dec 18 2009 11:02 AM | Chris McCubbin in Green Lasers
The Core is a 532nm laser at 5mW, the legal limit for consumer GLP's. The laser comes in a
Author name: Chris McCubbin
Dec 15 2009 09:16 AM | Guest in Green Lasers
Global, a British company, and runs on two AAA batteries, so no expensive, exotic batteries to find. This makes the tube almost
Author name: Edward MacMillan
Mar 09 2005 03:59 PM | Eddgie in Green Lasers
Well, I must say, that when I got the original laser, the beam was intense. I was amazed at the brightness. Even in dim early evening light, I could see the beam almost as clear as a light saber!
Author name: Ed Moreno