Quartet General Purpose Laser Pointer

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Quartet General Purpose Laser Pointer

Quartet General Purpose Metal Laser Pointer, Class 3A, Projects 1148 ft, Black

Class 3a - Projects 1,148 Feet - Red Laser Beam - Metal - Black - 1 Each - Uses 2 "AAA" Batteries - View Complete Details

Product Number: QRTMP1100Q

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Quartet General Purpose Laser Pointer - Pinpoint the details of a graphic presentation with this laser pointer. Use laser pointer to direct a bright red dot on any medium that is visible under all interior lighting conditions. Nonslip design features a metal barrel and gold-color steel pocket clip. Class 3A laser pointer projects up to 500 yards. Runs on two AAA batteries (included).

  • General purpose laser pointer for everyday use.
  • Red dot laser projects more than 1148 feet.
  • Designed for large venues, any medium and visible in all room conditions.
  • Durable metal body.
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    what are the dimensions
    Asked on 11/4/2013 by fred842

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      The Quartet Laser Pointer is 5.3" long.

      Answered on 11/6/2013 by Adam from Columbus, Wisc.
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    How do you put in the batteries?
    Asked on 6/30/2013 by Cheri the Teacher from Clarkston, Michigan

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