Share the wonders of the night sky with ease using the Radian Green Laser.
A favorite accessory for stargazing and astronomy outreach. As with any Radian product, the Green Laser is made from premium-quality components and comes with everything you need to start using it.
Powerful Beam For Stargazing
With 5mW (milliwatts) of power, the Radian Green Laser can easily produce a visible beam.
Long Battery Life for Observing All Night
With a powerful 18650 battery inside, you can ensure hours of stargazing entertainment without having to worry about running out of battery power. The Radian Green Laser comes standard with an AC battery charger that can be plugged into a wall outlet to recharge the battery when not in use.
Features for Safety First
With any laser this powerful, proper safety practices must be taken in order to prevent injury or other accidents. The Radian Green Laser features a lock and key system on the rear end to prevent it from being accidentally turned on without the key. Please see the Safety & Best Use Practices below for more information on how to safely use the Radian Green Laser.
Durability, Portability, & Other Extras
Made of top-grade aluminum, the Radian Green Laser is highly durable and resistant to drops. To further prevent drops, a handy wrist strap is included. At just 6 inches (150mm) long, it's compact, lightweight, and easy to hold and carry. A convenient Radian-branded zip-up carry bag is included for protecting the laser during travel and storage.
Safety & Best Use Practices
With any laser, especially one as powerful as the Radian Green Laser, it's best to follow these Safety & Best Use Practices to prevent injury, accidental damage, and proper stargazing etiquette:
- Never point the laser at someone's eye or face, including your own. Doing so can cause permanent damage to vision. Always keep the laser pointed up at the sky when using it for stargazing.
- Keep the laser away from children at all times, and store the safety locking key in a separate location away from the laser when not in use.
- Never point the laser at a magnifying glass, binoculars, a telescope, a mirror, or other reflective glass surfaces that could potentially magnify or reflect the laser beam.
- Never point the laser at aircraft, and follow local laws and regulations about using a laser.
- Use caution when pointing the laser at a solid surface for more than a few seconds, as it can cause objects to burn.
- When at a dark sky location with other amateur astronomers nearby, it's best to ask permission to use the laser first, as doing so can ruin night vision for astronomy and/or long exposure images.
- Do not keep the laser on for more than 30 seconds at one time as it can shorten the laser's useful lifetime.
- Remove the battery when the laser is not in use.