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    Laser Warning 200 - 250mw blue lw module

    i just got my new 200mw blue 473nm laser wave module from Rob and wanted to share the whole purchasing experience with everybody here had to wait a bit for to be honest but the module was worth every single euro and the wait. the unit came in three bussiness days from the uk in greece !!!!!!! i was so shocked with the shipping and the so well packed inside the box unit!!!! the quality of laser wave is well known here in this forum anyway but some good words about Rob and laser wave in general must be said as it is not only the product itself that satisfies the customer but the customer support and co operation which with Rob was absolutely excellent!!!

    i encourage anybody that deals with lasers even as a hobby to only prefer laser wave they worth every single euro! the pictures are not of great quality but they give you an idea of the unit. i would like to thank Rob for the smooth co operation and look forward to dealing with him again very soon well when i have more money that is anyway
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    it looks like you have a split beam? fog up your room and take some up close pics @ 20' ........Please..

    thanks
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    I think it's just an artifact of a slightly longer than normal exposure time and slight movement of the camera while the shutter was open

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    Yeah, look at the chair (I think) behind the beam, you can see the movement there.

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    cant help to notice but does pic 7 show some residual ir
    Do not look into laser with remaining eye
    Need laser repair contact me !!!!!!

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