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100mw Lasers from Deal Extreme

andel90 Avatar
7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
Hi can anyone tell if these green laser are legal in the uk? has anyone ever bought one from Deal extreme?

thanks in advance
andel90 Avatar
7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
I've had a couple of Green's You have to watch your eyes, not sure about the UK law now....

Very powerfull, light matches and melt plastic etc.... Very dangerous...

maxmix

PS Normally take 3v Camera CR123's
#2
maxmix
I've had a couple of Green's You have to watch your eyes, not sure about the UK law now....

Very powerfull, light matches and melt plastic etc.... Very dangerous...

maxmix

PS Normally take 3v Camera CR123's


Thanks for replying mate erm have you bought them from deal extreme?
#3
Jumpingphil
Why would you want these?
All I can see these doing is blinding people.
I can't see a legit use for these, can you?


Erm firstly its not really your business and secondly its not any of your business if you havent got anything useful to say then get lost:thumbsup::):w00t:
banned#4
Jumpingphil
Why would you want these?
All I can see these doing is blinding people.
I can't see a legit use for these, can you?


You of all people should be able to think of one!

Ever seen one pointed towards a satellite to show where to look? (OK - dont need it for THAT satellite - but how about a tool kit?) :w00t:
#5
guv
You of all people should be able to think of one!

Ever seen one pointed towards a satellite to show where to look? (OK - dont need it for THAT satellite - but how about a tool kit?) :w00t:


lol good point
#6
I think I used mine about 4 times doing some light refraction experiments through prisms....

Still got em somewhere, about 6 days to come from DX, but as I said very dangerous items....

Even reflecting from a picture / window frame or mirror could cause severe retina damage....

maxmix
#7
maxmix
I think I used mine about 4 times doing some light refraction experiments through prisms....

Still got em somewhere, about 6 days to come from DX, but as I said very dangerous items....

Even reflecting from a picture / window frame or mirror could cause severe retina damage....

maxmix


Thanks mate so customs dont take them away or anything? how long ago was this?
#8
5mw is limit allowed legally........that really powerful 1 looks deadly
#9
do you lnow if customs would seize it?
#10
andel90
do you lnow if customs would seize it?


suppose it would depend if it got stopped and checked, lottery
#11
lol arite thanks mate!
#12
Jumpingphil
So I take it that is nothing useful then.
Just used for being a dick head.


Your not making any sense get lost and get a life :thumbsup::w00t:
#13
i dont need to explain my self to you fool
#14
Jumpingphil
Thought so.


LOL Your really sad:p
#15
hahahah cant see nuffin :)
#16
Any small packet I have bought from DX in the last 2 years has never been stopped at customs....

Around 3 months back was the last I bought.... Any big package runs a risk of being stopped tho....

Even the couple of Cell phone Jammers I bought last year got through OK.... Same with a lot of things....
Legal to own but not to switch on or use lol, I buy a lot of Cree torches from them too....
The output of laser pointers is generally limited by ANSI to 1 mW or 5 mW in order to prevent accidental damage to the retina of human eyes. Usually, pen lasers are class 2 or class 3a lasers, which require extended viewing times to damage the retina severely. "The risk to the human eye from transient exposure to light from commercially available class 3A laser pointers having powers of 1, 2, and 5 mW seems negligible." The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has determined that Class 3a lasers could cause injury to the eye if viewed directly for approximately 0.25 seconds, although it has cited evidence that exposure to visible lasers is "usually" limited by the blink reflex of the eye, which they have timed at just under 0.25 seconds.

So just watch what you are doing if you buy one....

maxmix
#17
maxmix
Any small packet I have bought from DX in the last 2 years has never been stopped at customs....

Around 3 months back was the last I bought.... Any big package runs a risk of being stopped tho....

Even the couple of Cell phone Jammers I bought last year got through OK.... Same with a lot of things....
Legal to own but not to switch on or use lol, I buy a lot of Cree torches from them too....
The output of laser pointers is generally limited by ANSI to 1 mW or 5 mW in order to prevent accidental damage to the retina of human eyes. Usually, pen lasers are class 2 or class 3a lasers, which require extended viewing times to damage the retina severely. "The risk to the human eye from transient exposure to light from commercially available class 3A laser pointers having powers of 1, 2, and 5 mW seems negligible." The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has determined that Class 3a lasers could cause injury to the eye if viewed directly for approximately 0.25 seconds, although it has cited evidence that exposure to visible lasers is "usually" limited by the blink reflex of the eye, which they have timed at just under 0.25 seconds.

So just watch what you are doing if you buy one....

maxmix


Thanks for your help mate! have you got a 100mw one from DX?
#18
Lmaoo ur funny good photoshop skills mate!:p:-D
#19
andel...not to be rude...but your new to this site...jumpingphil has been her a while like myself...its a good community atmosphere...so if your gonna bring the mood down...leave the site

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