Tagged With wicked lasers

Wicked Lasers has made a name for itself by building incredibly powerful handheld lasers that it's still legally able to sell to the public. At the top of the heap is the Wicked Lasers Arctic which blasts forth a full watt of focused blue light. But when you tire of getting in trouble with the cops you can now easily convert it into a bright white flashlight.

What the hell? Wicked Lasers has actually made a light sabre. I mean, not one that can cut you in half, but one that looks and acts like the actual Jedi weapon! At least, that's what they claim.

You know what future? You can keep your flying cars and ray guns and sex bots (actually, scratch those last two) because the future that 1997 promised me is finally, actually happening. That's right -- sharks with frickin' laser beams attached to their heads.

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GOD, weird. So a while back I called Wicked Lasers' Spyder III a "real life lightsabre". (It wasn't quite that cool in practice). LucasFilm took issue and threw a fit. Here's the whole saga (and ME) immortalised in Taiwanese CGI.