Wicked Laser Review

I was pretty skeptical when I first received my Extreme Nexus 95 mW Wicked Laser pointer. There’s no question that 95 mW is pretty powerful… especially when compared to a standard 5 mW consumer laser pointer. But what makes a Wicked Laser “wicked”?

For starters, these lasers are no joke. They are strong. Very strong. The Extreme Nexus has a 38 mile visibility range. What happens when you bring that power into your average everyday life? If you tried to use to use a Wicked Laser at your next conference room presentation, it would be total overkill. The entire projection screen would glow so bright from the laser that you wouldn’t be able to see anything. Not to mention that this laser is powerful enough to light matches, burn plastic and pop balloons.

What else makes these Chinese military grade lasers so special? Let’s find out….

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5 thoughts on “Wicked Laser Review

  1. I have one 125mW from http://www.wickedlasers.com for 500$, it came with goggles, and one 125mW from dragon lasers that cost 370$. My wicked laser peaks at 123mW after 6 seconds, and my dragon laser peaks at 78mW after 9 seconds. Both are underpowered, but Steve was nice enough to give me Wicked Bucks towards my next purchase. When I talked to dragon, a chinese girl said that when they run out of 125mW lasers, they just ship out lower models, because most of the customers don’t have laser meters.

  2. Fusion you really crack me up. Thanks i needed a laugh.

    So you called dragonlasers (i checked and could not find their number at http://www.dragonlasers.com/about_us) talked to a customer service rep who then told you that they basically screw customers.

    A chinees babe, sexy. Your Chinese must be pretty good.

    Come on man, take it easy on smoking weed and stay of the joints for a while.

  3. I purchased 36 Wicked Dragon Lasers, neither the fusions nor dragon lasers could light a match from 3 miles away. What a joke! I took the damn things to the Salvation Army and bought 36 Maglites instead. Christ.

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