Wicked Laser Review

Posted: Apr 19 2006, 2:51am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:28pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Wicked Laser Review
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We reported about the Wicked Lasers in January. OhGizmo dared to review these powerful Class IIIb lasers.

"Most laser pointers commercially available today top out at 5mW. The “Extreme Nexus” model that was sent to me rates at 95mW (they got some 300mW models, by the way). And let me tell you something, that’s a difference that’s really hard to miss.
The laser is green, and is plainly visible without smoke, fog or dust, especially in dimmer settings. Not only that, but it actually burns. Yeah, the kind of burning that you can feel on your skin. And yes, it does light matches, it burns through dark plastic things and pretty much looks like a freaking light saber that extends for miles and miles into the sky. "
Read the review (video is available too).The prices start at $99. For the more powerful lasers prices go up to $559.99. More details on the Wicked Lasers site.

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