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  • posted by11360722 on 07/14/2017

    Impression:Small,Red,line;

    Pro's: small, cheap. Con's: the line is curved. Maybe the plastic lens in front of it isn't put in properly. Running voltage seems to be 2V. Laser needs at least 30mW to be properly visible.

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  • posted byTwenterander on 01/22/2016

    Impression:good;

    Smooth transaction, packed well. Thank you.Smooth transaction, packed well, quick shipment. Thank you.

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  • posted byWeslleyJF on 10/28/2014

    Impression:good,Red,dot;

    Pros: The price, easy to use, completed my needs as a red dot in my Nerf. Cons: The wires could be longer, and the dot could be more "red".

    A god red dot

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  • posted byMichaeldeWaard on 03/16/2014

    A Pretty good laser module, relatively small and light operates just fine. Makes a nice line and works very well. I actually bought this laser module for "David's 3D" scan software", and it works great with it. Its not a perfect line. The middle looks great, but both ends look a a... Read more

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  • posted byochrons on 01/22/2014

    Very cheap! Line is sharp (well focused) and bright enough, even from several meters away. Solid construction. Line is clearly curved. Doesn't like too much voltage/current (semi-killed one with a 4.1V battery). Smaller than other line lasers with good focus (all four that I bought). A bit about... Read more

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  • posted byborsaci06 on 10/11/2013

    versatile little laser... works as expected... creates a clear red line... looks like a little fragile when handled but works fine when power is applied... Able to work on 2 alkaline batteries... it didnt light up with 2 rechargeable aa batteries though... that means it needs at least 3 volts...... Read more

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  • posted byfouadatmeh on 09/08/2013

    It's price is very convenient The laser comes Pre-Focused to an acceptable level (I don't know if it can get any better) Works off 2 AAA batteries - The edge of the laser line is a bit Jagged (see picture) - No manual Focus - The device is sealed so not able to get easily to the inside. - Needs a... Read more

    Laser Device Edge of Laser beam is a bit jagged Laser Length=60cm, Distancd from Wall=32cm

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  • posted byfabio1964 on 02/15/2013

    Very bright laser. Can shine about 100-150 meters. I am happy that i bought one, because it is very very cheap. My dogs like this laser. But be careful not to shine in there eyes. The cat does also like the red dot laser. Can't find any lasers with the same price in the Netherlands. Was shipped a... Read more

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  • posted byPerumal on 12/23/2012

    Very bright, useable brightness is achieved with 2 AA alkaline cells supplying 2.4V. All brass construction. Cylindrical shape allows for infinitesimally fine adjustment of the line angle. Wires are sealed with flexible silicon sealant for protection from moisture and strain relief. Line seems be... Read more

    focused dot module with cylindrical lens attached Bright line when powered with two AA cells

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  • posted byGrrrrrene on 10/10/2011

    Very cheap Relatively bright 3V is easy to achieve with 2 AA batteries Doesn't draw a straight line Needs to be soldered to some battery case, not usable out of the box Mine is quite useless because it's simply not straight and usually these lasers are used to align stuff for which you need a to... Read more

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