LaserMax Announces MICRO Laser Enhancements

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posted on June 11, 2012
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Users can alter between either a constant on or a pulsating laser beam by simply holding down the activation switch for 8 seconds. Also featured on the MICRO are ambidextrous activation, adjustments for windage and elevation along with 5 plus hours of continuous runtime. The MICRO packs maximum quality and features into its small space - requiring only an inch of rail space - all at a price of $129 MSRP.

"The MICRO is a great laser for rail equipped compact and subcompact pistols that are in high demand by consumers right now," said Eric Haase, Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "After receiving feedback from customers about offering either the constant on or pulse feature, our engineering group researched the build process and determined it was possible to add the new feature without impacting quality or price to our customers. That's a win-win."

About LaserMax: LaserMax is a leading innovator and manufacturer of high quality laser sight systems. For more than 20 years, the company has provided the most technologically advanced laser products for military, law enforcement agencies and commercial markets worldwide. LaserMax additionally delivers industry leading laser products and optical systems for semiconductor, aerospace, biomedical applications, and telecommunications. LaserMax is a WOSB (8n) certified and ISO 9001:2008 certified small business.

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