Phosforce laser flashlight can illuminate or incinerate
(Credit: Wicked Lasers)
Didn’t get enough of Star Wars Day on the weekend? How about dazzling Sith Lords with this lightsaber-style flashlight?
The Phosforce from Wicked Lasers turns the company’s powerful Arctic laser into a portable light that kicks out 500 lumens. It’s nowhere near as powerful as the company’s Torch flashlight — which at 4,100 lumens is apparently strong enough to ignite paper — but it’s mighty bright.
Wicked is calling the Phosforce the world’s first laser-powered flashlight. It uses a phosphor coating to turn the Arctic’s blue laser light into white light.
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The promo vid below tells users in an ominous tone, “Use Phosforce when you want to illuminate. Remove it wh… [Read more]
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