Spyder III Arctic Laser

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

You’ll probably never own a real life Star Wars light saber (at least in this lifetime), but you can get your hands on the most powerful handheld laser in the known universe (which is the next best thing of course). Introducing the Spyder III Arctic Laser.

When we heard the name, we didn’t really know what to expect – until we watched the video. This thing is all business, and can melt (or set fire to) anything you set your sights on. Packed with over 2,000mW of fully variable power, the Spyder III is constructed from nearly indestructible aircraft grade aluminum, and offers several operation modes indicated by the LED panel – one of which is a LaserSaber mode which replicates the functionality of a light saber. There is a built-in cipher-locked SmartSwitch to ensure that no young Padawans get their hands on the Spyder III. It’s also 100% legal. Check out the video below [Purchase]

Spyder III Arctic Laser 2

Spyder III Arctic Laser 3

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