Wicked Lasers – Sith Series Dual Bladed Laser

The Wicked Lasers Sith Series Dual Bladed Laser

Just look at this thing. Badass.

We at Pierced By A Lance would like to wish a belated happy birthday to George Lucas (born May 14, 1944).  Because, you know, we think Star Wars is kinda cool.  Like, just a little bit.  Or maybe a bit more than that.  I don’t know.  And in case you haven’t noticed, we think lightsabers are the coolest things ever.

Apparently Wicked Lasers thinks so too, because they made the first dual bladed laser pointer LASER.  And they call it the Sith Series.

First of all, the name is awesome.  As is the character it represents.  Darth Maul is Pierce’s favorite Star Wars character.  In a galaxy rich with characters, that’s pretty huge.

Secondly, and probably most importantly, this is not a laser pointer.  So what is it?  It’s a Wicked Laser.  Just read the following, taken from the Sith Series product page:

Extremely dangerous is an understatement to 2W of laser power aimed in polar opposite directions

  • Accidentally looking at a 1W laser beam will cause immediate and irreversible retinal damage (i.e. permanent blindness).
  • A Class 4 beam can set fire to skin and other objects in the beams path.
  • Use with extreme caution and use only in a controlled environment.
  • Do not attempt to pick up, rotate or authorize any uncontrolled movement with this device.
  • Proper safety goggles (with an O.D. of 3+) for every person in the vicinity of the beam and/or its refraction is required.

Okay, waitaminute.  Extremely dangerous is an understatement?! Permanent blindness is common knowledge for lasers.  But this thing can set fire to skin?!  Are you kidding me?

This thing is awesome, but I’ve got a bad feeling about this.  Please don’t come after me with one of these until I have a fully-functioning lightsaber to defend myself with.  George?  Are you there Mr. Lucas?  Can you bring me one of those please?  I’m kinda scared.

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