Green Laser Beam Pointer Pen 50mW 532nm 2 Mile Wavelength Disco Light Party Pen
After viewing numerous laser pointers, you must be a little bit confused about which one to choose.
Here we strongly recommend this 50mW green laser pointer pen to you. It will be your good choice. Utilization of the latest optical technology makes the 532nm Green Laser Pointer good in quality.
In addition, the 50mW green laser pointer has a powerful beam that is suitable for the most detailed presentations, and it is distinctly visible for long distances on a clear night. The 50mW green laser pointer is a cool gadget, compact in size, light weight, portable, can be easily adjustable in a small corner of your pocket.
Furthermore, this exquisitely well-made 50mW green laser pointer is applied widely; it has been used in many applications and industries including the military, medical and astronomy, indicator and teaching baton.
Amazing fact, human eyes are more sensitive to green color than other colors, so the 5mW green laser pointer is much more noticeable than others. Perfect for focusing your target, you can not miss .
Green Laser Pointer with Amazing Star Pattern Head
Rotate the head to change the laser effect
Laser Color: Green
Metal pen-sized barrel
Range of over 1 miles (APRX.)
Wavelength of 532 nm
Metal housing with rubberized handle for comfort
Up to 50 times more powerful than most other laser pointers
1,000-hour service life
Powered by 2 x AAA batteries
Sturdy, durable case for traveling and storing
A laser pointer is a small laser designed to highlight something of interest by projecting a small bright spot of
colored light onto it. The laser beam is not in itself visible from the side, but is visible as a result of light
scattered by dust particles along the beam path. The small width of the beam and low power of typical laser
pointers make the beam itself invisible in a reasonably clean atmosphere, showing a point of light when
striking an opaque surface. Some higher powered laser pointers are faintly visible via Rayleigh scattering
when viewed from the side in moderately or dimly lit conditions.