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    Hi people, i dont know if any of you guys have used this company before but i was looking around the net a couple of days ago and i found this company http://www.laserbtb.com/laser/product4.asp i dont know if any one has purchased from these guys but there lasers dont look to bad and the price looks ok to, what do you guys think

    Laser products Quotation From Date: 2007-10-01
    Type
    ( nm - mW )
    FOB China, samples’ price
    Brief Spec.
    532 -
    50 mW - EUR 85 USD 120
    100mW- EUR 130 USD 185
    Green modules.
    CW, TEM 00 ; With integrated driver to connectAC85-265VTEC and Electric fan cooling or
    Water cooling.
    TTL 1-20KHz,
    Analog 0-5V.
    >10W,Watercooling
    All products meet
    CE and US- FDA.
    532 -
    200mW- EUR 360 USD 510
    300mW- EUR 520 USD 750
    532 - 400
    EUR 650
    USD 920
    532 - 500
    EUR 1,000
    USD 1,420
    532 - 800
    EUR 1,450
    USD 2,060
    532 - 1,000
    EUR 1,900
    USD 2,700
    532 - 2,000
    EUR 4,000
    USD 5,680
    532 - 3,000
    EUR 7,200
    USD 10,225
    532 - 5,000
    EUR 10,800
    USD 15,350
    532 - 8,000
    EUR 16,000
    USD 22,720
    532 - 10,000
    EUR 17,000
    USD 24,140
    532 - 20,000
    EUR 24,000
    USD 34,080
    532 - 50,000
    EUR 38,000
    USD 53,960
    473 -
    50 mW - EUR 500 USD 710
    100mW- EUR 950 USD 1,350
    Blue modules.
    473 -
    150mW-EUR 1,150 USD 1,635
    200mW- EUR 1,500, USD 2,130
    473 -
    250mW-EUR1,800, USD 2,560
    300mW- EUR 2,300, USD 3,270
    473 - 400
    EUR 2,600
    USD 3,700
    473 - 500
    EUR 3,500
    USD 4,970
    473 - 600
    EUR 4,500
    USD 6,400
    473 - 800
    EUR 6,200
    USD 8,810
    635 -
    100mW- EUR 250 USD 360
    200mW- EUR 480 USD 685
    Red modules.
    635 -
    300mW- EUR 700 USD 1000
    400mW- EUR 850 USD 1,210
    635 - 500
    EUR 1,000
    USD 1,420
    635 - 800
    EUR 2,250
    USD 3,200
    660 -

    200 mW- EUR 130 USD 185
    300mW- EUR 150 USD 215
    400 mW- EUR 250 USD 355
    500mW- EUR 300 USD 430
    660 - 800
    EUR 1,200
    USD1,710
    R G B
    About RGB modules, please contact us for more detailed quotation.
    Portable - 532 -
    50 mW - EUR 120 USD 170
    100 mW - EUR 160 USD 230
    CE and US-FDA.
    Recharged Lithium battery.
    On/off button, Key ,
    Remote switch,
    LED display.
    150 mW - EUR 200 USD 290
    200 mW - EUR 300 USD 430
    250 mW - EUR 350USD 500
    300 mW - EUR 450USD 640
    Portable –650 -
    200 mW - EUR 150 USD 215
    250 mW - EUR 250 USD 360
    Portable -808 -
    500 mW - EUR 90 ,
    USD 130
    1000 mW - EUR 150 ,
    USD 215
    Pointer -532-
    <=5mW - EUR 20 USD 29
    <=10mW - EUR 25 USD 36
    Meet CE
    and US-FDA .
    standards.

    Two Size 7 battery.
    Pointer -660-
    10 mW - EUR 3
    USD 4.5
    Pointer -980-
    <=40mW - EUR 15 USD 21.5
    >=100mW EUR 50USD 72
    >=150mW - EUR 70USD 100
    >=200mW EUR 90USD 130
    Pointer -1064-
    10 mW - EUR 90 ,
    USD 130
    More details, more quotations, and any adjustment request, please contact

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    Looks similar to CNI's products, especially those handheld pointers. But for the price, Viasho seems a bit cheaper, and in my eyes is better trusted. If you do decide to go with this company let us know how your experience is! Write up a review.

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    Pictures and specs would be nice.

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    Thats about all i have at the moment but the link should take you to the web site to have alook.Thing is we always buy from people that have a good reputation concidering the amount of laser manufactures out there we are spoilt for choice these days, mostly good after sales sevice is a must for people that are pushing there lasers to the max.

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    Got 2 units from those guys. It was the time when I didn't even know that CNI exists. The red diode is still working fine except the PS that came with it will not do TTL doesn't mater what I tried so I replaced it with another one out of my dead diod. The green is dead. The claim was 300mw but in reality it made about 200mw of "visible green" (IR is not a color!!) Then in 3 months it degraded to about 30mw and then died. Also this unit made a very bad case of Jellybeaning. (Use search to find out what it is or ask "Bill of Pangolin")

    The design is very similar to what CNI did 3+ years ago. But right now CNI is just on another planet. All edges are smoothed out. Everything is soo slick and smooth. And don't forget their return rate and life span which is almost 0 for returns and 10.000 hours of life.

    Another company that have a dissent reputation is Viasho.
    Then there is a Lasever which despite all the trubles in the past is trying VERY hard to gain a good reputation. (Can't imaging how much it cost to replace all line of 180-200mw blue lasers.)

    PS. Don't wanna sound like a CNI funboy but yes I'm. Simply the best that comes from China.!

    PS. As a North American I don't buy in Euros. Cuz IMHO it's blown out of proportion currency!
    Last edited by Dr Laser; 10-29-2007 at 13:26.
    I hired an Italian guy to do my wires. Now they look like spaghetti!

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    Well...
    laser-wave is also good lasers. Soon I will complete the second half on my review of laser-wave lasers So far, they are great

    Pangolin FB3 QS/LivePro/SMS2Laser
    Riya MultiBus
    Pangolin LD2000 Pro

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    There is update on laserbtb warranty service.
    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...?t=2504&page=2
    I hired an Italian guy to do my wires. Now they look like spaghetti!

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    Kaz,

    do you feel ok,issue someone's price list on public web,can you image that anybody would send any quotation to you in the future?

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    Quote Originally Posted by laserlight View Post
    Kaz,

    do you feel ok,issue someone's price list on public web,can you image that anybody would send any quotation to you in the future?
    Can't see any problem posting pricelists. Whats the big deal?
    I hired an Italian guy to do my wires. Now they look like spaghetti!

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