100mW Green Laser Pointer With Kaleidoscope Lens
Our 100mW Green Laser Pointer is around 50 times brighter than a regular red laser pointer. This green laser pointer is powerful enough to be used as an astronomy laser pointer and has a 6000-foot range. But is also safe to use as a presentation laser pointer, a cat toy, in the classroom, and can even be used by electricians.
-100mW Bright Visible Beam: 532nm Wavelength Green Laser Pointer
-Class 3 Green Laser Pointer. (Class IIIa)
-Our Green Laser Pointer comes with a removable "Disco" star lens that allows you to create a cool light show, and shine kaleidoscope patterns on the walls or other surfaces.
-Unlike red lasers where you only see the dot, this green laser pen has a visible laser beam.
Use this laser pointer pen to point at any desired targets, project screens, lectures, or video monitors, presentations, museum and tour guides, point to the stars, and inspection.
For More Info, Read Our Laser Pointer Safety Guide and FAQ
-Output power: 100mw Class 3 Laser Pointer (IIIa)
-Very bright green laser at 532 nm wavelength
-6000+ foot Range
--Kaleidoscope laser lens tip can be removed for single beam use
-1.1mm Laser Beam Diameter
-50 times brighter than a red laser pointer
-Requires 2 AAA Batteries (Included)
-Please use caution when using this green laser pointer. Do not shine it in eyes, at planes, or drivers. It can cause serious eye damage, or even land you in jail.
Can this green laser pointer pop a balloon or light a match?
While this is a very bright green laser pen, unfortunately this is not a military grade laser and cannot pop a balloon or light a match.
Can I really see the green laser beam and not just the point?
Yes, the beam will be visible thousands of feet into the sky. It will show up on television screens, projectors, mirrors and any other surface. Great for presentations because red lasers do not show up on television and other presentation screens.
Can this 100mW laser pen damage my eyes?
Yes, this green laser pointer will do great damage to your eyes if you do not use it with caution. Please do not shine it at cars, at planes, or other moving vehicles.
What does 532nm wavelength mean?
The wavelength dictates the color of the laser beam.