We’ve been playing with the Wicked Lasers Spyder II GX laser for a few weeks now, and wanted to report back with some of our initial thoughts because we hit you with a video feature on Bleeding Edge TV.
So the Spyder II GX is a military-grade green laser that is housed in a light, black aluminum shell. The casing seems to be sctrach-proof, and just looks good. With purchase, you get the laser, two rechargeable lithium ion 18650 batteries (the lasers is powered by one, you so can always have a spare charged,) a pair of green 532nm LaserShades (to protect the eyes,) and a universal battery charger. All that will cost you $1,699.99.
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If you are into messing around with lasers, you should really check out Wicked Lasers latest product. The Spyder Series is the next generation of portable laser technology. Available in two colors, green up to 300mW, and blue up to 40mW, the products will definitely make you the cool guy at the party. Here are some of the features:
- Water-proof to 5 meters
- Constant On/Off button
- Compact design with built-in heat sink
- High Efficiency lithium power cells
- Ultra Efficient power consumption
- No duty cycle – 100% Continuous Operation
- No heat buildup
- Very Stable Output
- BrightLife™ Technology
Of course, with high-grade electronics like this, you can expect to pay a premium. The green Spyder starts at $999.99 USD, and tops out at $1999.99. The blue one will really hit you hard, ranging from $2499.99-3499.99 USD. We hope to have one of these in-house soon for a few demos, much like we did with the Fusion lasers a few months back.
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Our boy, David Ponce, over at OhGizmo has just posted up a review of the Wicked Laser Nexus. This is the green laser that we featured in Episode 4 of The Bleeding Edge, and in our quick review of Wicked Laser products. These things are, um, Wicked in every sense. Check out the full review over at OhGizmo.
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