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By Rafael from USA on 2010-02-26 16:49:12Things I liked:Great size to laser beam ratio. This baby is just a little bigger than the Mini Maglite that uses two AA batteries. This laser light is constructed very well and comes with so many mounting options that you can mount it on almost anything right out of the box. The battery it uses is a little pricey to buy but has the voltage of two ''normal'' batteries but with a compact size, holds a charge for a long time too. This makes for one serious laser pointer. Overall I'd have to say that this is one pretty awesome product, I'm very satisfied with it.
Things I would have changed:The Price. We're all thinking it, I'm just buying it. What else is a Tax Refund for? This item does carry a hefty price tag but if you want the latest and greatest in Laser technology and find you've got an extra $300 hanging around, why not? PyramydAir sells this cheaper than anyone else. I would like to see this come with a tail cap button that allows a momentary on if you just press and hold the button. Currently you have to click it all the way on or use the supplied momentary on tail cap extension cord, which doesn't allow it to stay on unless your holding the pad down all the time.
What others should know:The smallest beam setting puts out a nice solid circle about 1 inch around. The widest setting gives a big cone that's about 3-4 inches wide at about 3 feet. It comes with plenty of warnings about not shining it in your eyes but it ultimately happens. All you see is green in the center, everything around the green goes black followed by pain right away. Try not to look right into the lens when the laser is active, its just fail.
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By jason from USA on 2013-01-23 10:20:29Things I liked:The weight.
Things I would have changed:This laser does not work below 45 degrees. The mounting bracket does not hold a zero and moves around all the time.
What others should know:I have had and tested 3 sub zero lasers none of which worked below 45 degrees.All of which mounting brackets do not hold still. I dont know what states some of these guys used them in or what months of the year, but i will say this if you think your sub zero works put it in the freezer for 15 mins and then check it. Sorry guys william is right.I am stuck with two of them that can't be returned. Save your money buy something that works and has been tested in cold weather.