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Laser Genetics SUB ZERO ND-3 Green Long Distance Laser Designator (Scope Mounted)

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Manufacturer code: LL-ND3-SZ     |     Our code: 109950

Introducing the all new compact ND-3 Subzero™ Cold Weather Laser Designator for Hiking, Fishing and Shooting

To create true night vision, the ND-3 Subzero™ Laser Designator uses same advanced green laser technology as the standard ND-3® series. However through innovative new technology and equipped with a unique circuitry which enables the DPSS 532nm green laser to now operate at temperatures as low as zero degrees Fahrenheit without loss of power.
 
The patented Rotary Optical Collimator uses a system of 9 fully multi-coated lenses that allows full adjustment and control of the beam diameter and intensity to focus light where needed. Rotating the collimator ring to minimum creates a bright micro beam of green laser light visible up to 3 miles. Rotating the collimator to more open settings provides plenty of illumination to light a trail at night or paint a target at up to 250 yards.
 
Brilliant source of illumination for cold weather Hiking, Fishing and Shooting
 
If you are an outdoor enthusiast who spends most of your time in warmer climates, such as 40 degrees Fahrenheit or above, we recommend using the standard ND-5® or ND-3® Series. However if you are normally spending your time in rough and cold weather conditions in temperatures of 40? F. and below, and looking for a compact, light weight and reliable source of light, then look no further… … the ND-3 Subzero™ is perfect for you.
 
Why Green Laser?
 
Research has proven that green light is the most visible to the human eye (See Chart) and requires the least amount of eye adjustment at night. An eye that has adapted to daytime conditions generally has a maximum sensitivity around 555nm. Compared to the color red which optical spectrum is around 630 – 650nm our eye is closer to the Green region of the optical spectrum at 510 - 530nm.
 
Animal eyes are intensely illuminated by green laser light and clearly visible at extended distances when viewed through optics. For optimum night vision for hunting, pair the ND3 with a high quality variable power scope having a 40mm or larger objective lens providing maximum light transmission. The included ND3 mounting system for 1” tubes provides full adjustment for windage and elevation for scope alignment. Additional mounts for binocular, spotting scopes and weaver rails are included.
 
ND-3 Subzero Specifications
 
  • PRECISION MACHINED FROM HIGH TECH ALUMINUM
  • BLACK MATTE ANODIZED FINISH
  • FULLY O-RING SEALED FOR DUST AND WATER
  • FULLY MULTI COATED OPTICAL LENS SYSTEM
  • NITROGEN CHARGED FOR ANTI-FOG
  • 1” TUBE ADAPTS TO MANY MOUNTING SYSTEMS
  • DIMENSIONS: 6.75”L X 1.25” DIA. X 1.0” DIA. TUBE
  • WEIGHT: 5.37 OZ.
  • POWER SUPPLY: 1 CR123A BATTERY (INCLUDED)
  • ROTARY OPTICAL BEAM COLLIMATOR- ALLOWS QUICK ADJUSTMENT OF BEAM DIAMETER AND INTENSITY
  • 532nm LASER LIGHT FREQUENCY- EASIEST LIGHT FOR THE HUMAN EYE TO SEE (SEE CHART)
  • AMPLIFIED COHERENT LIGHT- MOST EFFICIENT LIGHT FOR LONG DISTANCE ILLUMINATION
  • OUTPUT POWER: 18mW
  • RANGE: UP TO 3.0 MILES
  • 1 YEAR WARRANTY
  • CLASS 2M LASER PRODUCT 
 

 

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Product Reviews

Review by Andrew Renwick

Would have been a 9 if the mount had been better. I had an ND3 prior to this - good but not enough light for a decent 100 yard fox shot. This one is far better - heavier but worth it, can identify & shoot a fox at 200 yards easily. Quality product apart from the lousy screws supplied with the mount which are poor quality (worse than any bog-standard scope mounts) they sheer off (had same issue with the smaller ND3). Foxes can see the light, but they can't readily identify it with danger or the source

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