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- 紅豆 蓮子湯（蓮の実入りあずきスープ）Red Beans & Lotus Seeds 320g 红豆 莲子汤 红糖 黒砂糖 台湾
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Mine is actually able to raise a thermometer 12 degrees by shining it into the red bulb of the thermometer. Also, try carefully shining it into a lava lamp (watch out for reflections) and watch the beam color change inside! Shining it in a lake is also interesting, as you see the beam refract as it enters the water, and the beam is brighter in the water than in the air, so it looks odd.
Also, this unit chews through batteries. I have used 700mAh NiMH batteries, and it drained them in an hour or two.
Overall, it is a fairly well-built pointer, it came with all accessories, including the little mini LED flashlight, cloth, good AAA alkaline batteries, and a case. The only downside is that depending on its startup temperature, it may not achieve full brightness for 30 seconds or so. And from what I've read, yours may not be the same, it's just up to luck. But for the price, you can't go wrong with this one.
Because this laser is so bright, it is not very good as a document pointer, IMHO, because your audience will be more attracted to your pointer than to your presentation. So it briefing material is your intended use, I would stick to a standard, lower powered red-light laser pointer. Better for you; better for your audience. Then you may ask, "What good is this pointer?"
A fair question. This pointer is very, very bright and because it's green, the eye more easily picks up the color than it would a red beam. As a result, it casts a visible light beam when used at night or in a darkened room. If you are trying to teach people about the heavens, this visible beam is ideal for pointing to stars in the sky. Your audience will simply follow the beam to see which star or constellation you are referring to. You can also use it to entertain your pets. Cats, especially kittens, will enjoy trying to catch the displayed dot of light as you move it around. So will younger dogs.
I have read some comments here about how this device was delivered to them dead on arrival. That was not the case with the one I got. I did notice, however, one very peculiar thing: normally (in the United States anyway) batteries are loaded into devices with flashlight like properties with the positive battery terminal pointed toward the front of the device. It's so common that almost everyone in the country, regardless of age, will do this by instinct without even thinking about it. But with this device, it is the negative battery terminal that points forward, with the positive end pointing toward the rear. SOooooo ... some of the DOAs reported here might have been the result of the consumer not reading the instructions.
I can't really blame them. I mean, who ever reads instructions on how to put a AAA battery into a pocket sized flashlight. Uh? Nobody. I mention it to help eliminate some frustration for you. It is too easy to assume the batteries are dead unless you are aware of this design. Even switching to batteries you know are good will not produce results if loaded backwards. Why did the designers do this? I don't know.
I don't mean to sound like a nanny, but some guidelines for use would include:
1. Never point this laser in anyone's face or allow them to look directly into its light; they could experience damage to their eye, if not outright blindness. This applies to pets and other animals too. It's ok to let your dog or cat chase the green dot around, but take care not to shine it directly into their face.
2. Never point this laser into someone's window, even if that window is several city blocks away, because you do not know who may be standing there looking out of the window, and their eye will automatically be drawn to this bright light -- again, with potential damage to that person.
This is an extremely bright light, with a range of about 10 miles. That means when you point this thing into the sky, it will cast its beam more than 50,000 feet into the air. That's above the altitude at which commercial aircraft operate, so rule number three is:
3. Never point this thing at any passing airplanes. You could blind the pilots and endanger hundreds of passengers. I don't think you would like to have to live with the knowledge that 200 people died as a result of your goofing around with this thing. It's so dangerous, that pointing this at passing airplanes is a Federal offense, and trying to argue that it was only an accident, or that you didn't mean it, won't keep you out of prison if someone is hurt.
This is not a toy; it is a potential weapon, and in the wrong hands, it can be dangerous. So Please Be Careful.
The only thing I don't like about this laser is that it kills AAA batteries very fast. The ones that were shipped with it were no-name crappo batteries, and were dead anyway, but that didn't matter; they're AAA's so are easy to replace. Even when I put fresh AAA's into it, they died within the first hour of using the laser. Replaced them, used it for another 2 minutes or so, then put it away. The following night when I went to use the laser again, it didn't come on again until I swapped the batteries again. No problem... until this happened the following 3 nights in a row as well. That got me thinking; does this thing drain batteries even when you're not firing the laser? I tested it out by putting brand new batteries in it before going to bed (fired a 1-2 second beam to make sure they were installed correctly, that's it). Sure enough, next day they were dead. So the answer is yes; this does drain batteries even when not in use, so if you're not actually using the laser, remove the batteries from it.
Overall, would definitely recommend this product for anyone who's never had a green laser before. Planning on brining mine to 4th of July fireworks tomorrow night, can't wait; I'm sure everyone at the show will be able to see the laser when I fire it up into the smoke in the sky where they're shooting off fireworks.