Laser-Firing Watch Is No Toy

A laser enthusiast has produced a watch that can fire 1,500 milliwatt beam capable of lighting matches and burning through plastic.

Patrick Priebe, who has previously made a range of more traditional weapon housings with lasers, took around 40 hours to produce the watch. Pocket Lint reports that it can fire the laser for a total of five to 10 minutes before the battery needs recharging.

Sensibly enough, Priebe has decided not to share his design plans or a how-to tutorial. He says that if he were to take commissions, the watch would cost around $300.

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