During the day you can't see the beam shooting from the lasers. The day time test was performed at 5PM, so there was quite a bit of day light left.
The dot was highly visible with the Krypton, even at a distance. The Krypton was even able to show a dot on objects very far away at distances the Arctic was not able to produce a visible mark on.
Night time Intensity
Here we get to see both Spyder III units lighting up the night. The beams are very intense with both units, but the Krypton appears much brighter even to the naked eye.
With the moon over head we can see the intensity of the dot on a card board box around 15 feet away. 15 feet is actually very close for the Spyder III series. Let's see a distance shot.
Here we are looking straight up at the nighttime sky with both units on high power mode. We don't have any issues seeing either beam but it is obvious that the Krypton is brighter.
In this shot we hopped in the car and drove about half a mile away from my home where the lasers are pointing at the sky. Forget turning on the porch light when company is coming over. All you need is a Wicked Laser Spyder III Krypton to stick outside and everyone will know which house is yours.