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Wednesday March 1, 2006 1:27 am

Wicked Lasers Pulsar And Fusion Quick Review Impressions


Posted by Andru Edwards - Categories: Accessories, Misc. Tech


Wicked Lasers

Not sure if you noticed, but the guys over at Wicked Lasers are on a mega advertising spree across the Interweb right now. Almost everywhere I look - including our own AdSense ads - I am seeing Wicked Lasers. Recently, we hooked up with them and got our hands on a couple of their lasers. We wanted to see what all the fuss was about. Turns out, these things are, um, wicked cool. We shot some video of us playing with the lasers, which will be featured in an upcoming episode of The Bleeding Edge. For now, know that we were able to successfully burn letters into plastic bags by using the lasers to melt the plastic, and that is just the beginning of some of the fun we had with these things.

The two lasers we have in our possession are the 100mW red colored Pulsar, along with the 125mW green Fusion. Believe it or not, the green laser can go 50 miles. We have a bunch more images of these two products, which you can check out after the jump.



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Comments:

These lasers are frickin’ sick!!!. My friend got the green one, and its like crazy cool. So u can burn plastic with these?? Wouldnt doubt it actually.

Yeah these are damn cool. I don’t have a “wicked laser” but do have a green laser I got a few years back that is pretty damn cool. Green is way brighter than the red lasers and just looks cooler.

But these wicked lasers are powerful and actually dangerous so don’t think of them as toys. They can burn dark (black) plastic such as electrical tape and you can only imagine what they can do to your eyes if you shine it at yourself, or others.

They are pretty expensive as well which is probably a good thing…hopefully it will keep them out of the hands of kids and such heheh.

Very cool but not toys wink

Where’s the fun in complying to laws? grin

Looks like people either love or hate wicked.

I don’t have an opinion, i just know their prices are more expensive than www.dragonlasers.com where i bought my last laser pointer, an awesome 125mW

Hi, I live in Europe and want to buy a powerfull laser. I need some online shop that can ship to Europe also grin

Thanks
Anders

I live in Europe myself, Wickedlasers have been shipped to my house with no problem at all. Your lasers are shipped for $18.99, and there are no other import taxes of any kind, they also get passed customs very easily. I’ve been very happy with my laser pointer, and I would buy more from them.

PS: use this link for discount (5%), it’s not much, but better than nothing: http://www.wickedlasers.com/index.php?refer=16894


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