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Wicked Lasers S3 Arctic Spyder III 1 Watt Blue Laser - The Wicked Lasers S3 Arctic Spyder III 1 Watt Laser

Get your shades out. Chris takes a look at Wicked Lasers' newest creation.

| Accessories in Peripherals | Posted: Jan 1, 1970 12:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 93%      Manufacturer: Wicked Lasers

The Wicked Lasers S3 Arctic Spyder III 1 Watt Laser

 

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The Wicked Lasers S3 Arctic breaks down into separate parts. From the left to the right we see the end cap, the main body, the lithium ion battery and the FDA approved battery cover that more than meets the eye.

 

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I already stated that the laser housing is impressive and now I can show you the proof. You may want to mount it in a display since the craftsmanship is so good.

 

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This is the Smart Switch button. With the master power switched on you have to use a key combination to turn the laser on. The sequence is just like dot, dot, dot, dash, dash. On the other side three small LED lights let you know where you are in the sequence.

 

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You may have caught that FDA approved end cap. What kind of a world do we live in where the Food and Drug Administration gets to tell us what kind of safety features need to be on our laser pointers?

 

With or without the FDAs approval, the Wicked Lasers end cap has some nice features that I welcome since I have two younger sons running around with super hero personalities.

 

The easiest way to disable the laser is to simply pull out the pin. With the pin displaced your laser will not fire.

 

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If you have kids like mine who will figure out in five minutes or less that they need to find something metal and jam it into the hole, Wicked Lasers has a more secure disabling method. You can remove the two screws and take out another piece that will disable the laser.

 

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