TechLasers Crossfire 300mW Laser Review

Posted: Dec 13 2007, 8:55am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:17am CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

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Today we are looking at a high power laser from TechLasers. The Crossfire 300mW laser has a green beam with enough power to be seen in the day.

The laser can burn stuff, melt plastic and more. Stargazers will find the laser works great for pointing out things in the night sky. This is no mere laser pointer, if you are looking for a laser to have fun with, read the full review here.

Review excerpt: “Nothing says I am powerful enough to burn your retinas out from 100 feet like not one but two safety measures on one laser. The TechLasers Crossfire 300mW laser has a key like the ones that would open a coke machine that plugs into the side and an adapter that looks like an S-video cable end minus the cable. Both of these must be plugged in for the laser to function.” Read the full Crossfire 300mW laser review here.

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