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04/05/2012

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Steve

I'm really curious to see how well it works, but at a cost of $400, I'll never have one.

That is unless I read the website incorrectly...

Nick

Why is the "lane" so narrow? With a 1 foot buffer, it's kind of pointless.

atom

Not hopeful. With consumer laser products having sensibly limited output power, there's just no way that the lines are real-world visible.

And, I'd want a lane that's wider than my shoulders.

Bicycle Bill

Why would I want to buy this device to outline a lane showing where I've already been for the benefit of people behind me? I'd rather have a taillight or two (one steady, one blinky) that indicates where I am now, not where I've been, and spend the difference on something that will light up the road in front of me for *MY* benefit.

And just saying; after the drop tests they showed that the case did appear intact and undamaged, but I also noticed that they did not turn on the device and show that it still worked (grin).

wv cycling

They have these on deal extreme for $60.

wv cycling

----- Err, well, something more basic, but still.

3L Optoelectronics Technology

3L

price is corrected as of april 2012.

US$70 for laserlitelane. old price is incorrect.

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