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Quick! its the styropyro's burning laser giveaway! [Video]
posted August 31 2011 6:22.22 by Giorgos Lazaridis

You probably know styropyro from older posts in this blog. Its that dude with the "burning laser" gizmos. He felt a bit generous as he said, so he announced a cool burning-laser giveaway! There will be 5 winners on this giveaway which will be randomly picked. To enter the contest, all you have to do is subscribe to styropyro, line+favorite+comment on the following video. Winners will be announced on September 30, 2011 at 8PM Central Time. These are the prices:

200mW Red 650nm Lab Laser + Goggles
100mW Green 532nm lab laser + Goggles
25W Phlatlight Red LED with Heatsink and 12V Fan mounted to it
LPC-815 Laser sled (300mW red 650nm laser diode + 100mW 780nm IR laser diode inside)
PHR-803T Laser sled (100mW+ 405nm violet laser diode inside)

[Link: styropyro]
Tags: laser   led   diy   crazy story   insane   news   

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