The Wicked Laser's tale of infamy continues. The "laser pointer" was so powerful that you couldn't really use it without the risk of permanent blindness. So hey, how about jamming two together? Awesome!
Pluses The $US600 Wicked Laser Sith is dangerous and can only possibly be used for irresponsible, reckless activities. Shooting it in two directions at once, willy nilly, slightly singeing things in its path. Like its single-beamed brother, it looks fantastically awesome in the dark. And, since the original Spyder III Pro Arctic laser was built like a sci-fi tank, two of them essentially strapped together is even more industrially splendid. Although you may look like a nerd sociopath while holding and/or using the Sith, you'll appreciate its great, hardy design.
Wicked Laser Sith Series
Max Power: <2000mW
Weight: 770 grams
Beam Distance: 6856 metres
Battery Life: 120 minutes
Minuses The $US700 Wicked Laser Sith is dangerous and can only possibly be used for irresponsible, reckless activities. Since it's two lasers, arse to arse, you can't point it at anything without simultaneously pointing at yourself. Which puts you at risk of blindness, if you push the wrong button. There's really nothing you can do with this laser that won't potentially blind someone or burn something. (I shined it at the floor, and somebody three feet away was complaining their eyeballs hurt.)
It has no practical function, whatsoever, beyond terrorism and mischief. If you own a Sith, you will likely end up doing something destructive and perhaps inadvertently illegal. It's a giant metal liability. [Wicked Laser]