What is the use of these lasers you ask? Wicked Lasers save lives!!

Most of the customers use the lasers in military, industrial, and scientific research settings. Some consumer enthusiast, use the products as a novelty and discover their own uses. As a company policy, Wicked Lasers encourages responsible handling of these products.

There are many things you can do with the lasers. You are only limited by your imagination.
Know of two different times where peoples lives have been saved by the S3 Spyder Series laser because they were lost in the woods at
night time and they used the laser as a beacon/safety flare to be found. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEuUzxQFhT0
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/03/coast-guard-rescues-diver_n_4210181.html
http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/23862190/green-laser-leads-to-rescue-of-oahu-diver
Many of the lasers are used by professionals in the study of atmospheric boundary layer turbulence, photography, tree trimming, utility companies, college labs, mining, construction, pyrotechnic, computer, clubs, concert sites, lecture, museums, track air currents, logging, military, pest control, aligning microwave/communications antennas, medical, fiber optic technologies, fire fighting, aquarium pest control, tour guides, electronics soldering, parking lot line striping, search and rescue industry.
Customers say that Wicked Lasers work great at signaling others when they are in their boats many miles off shore or on their jet skis, ATV's, dune buggies or snow mobiles.
They are used at crime scenes to trace bullet trajectories and by the military and government agencies to detect trip wires and target acquisition.
Also to guide people away from areas without the use of lethal force. Combat medics use the lasers to guide in Medevac helicopters to help get their injured battle buddies to the hospital.
They are used extensively to get rid of difficult pests in aquariums such as aiptasia, snails, black beard algae, xenia, valonia, bryopsis, mojano and anemones.
The lasers are not certified for medical use but they are bought and used many times by doctors, labs, colleges, acupuncturists, researchers, etc... to stimulate new cell growth for wound healing, spectroscopy of Heme groups, early detection of diseases, nanotechnology, chemical and biomolecular engineering, rheumatoid arthritis, treating toenail and fingernail fungus, relief from herpes simplex type I & II, removing tattoos, regenerate cells, remove spider veins, decrease pain, reduce inflammation, improve circulation, stimulate hair growth, remove brown and red spots on skin, joint and nerve pain therapy, to name just a few.
Many people use the lasers to chase away pests such as geese, chipmunks, raccoons, deer, pigeons, squirrels and crows from their bird feeders, homes, gardens, flowers and lawns.
Clubs, outdoorsmen, craftsmen, hobbyists, open sea fishermen and sailors use the lasers for such things as birding, hunting, fishing, hiking, astronomy, camping and the etching of plastic, metal, stone, wood, leather, paper and other similar materials.

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