Juice anyone? Flavor of the week: "Jammer"
Blinder is the only company that has retail units for sale. A few members of the board tried to get Anti-Laser to sell them a unit, but Anti-laser refused to sell it to them because they resided in the USA. Why would Anti-Laser refuse to sell a retail unit to someone in the USA? Here are some possible reasons:
1. Anti-laser is afraid of getting sued
2. Anti-laser has an agreement with Blinder to not sell anything while negotiations are in place.
3. Anti-Laser is afraid a REAL retail unit might get into the hands of GoL.
The only test results we've seen of the Anti-Laser have come directly from a factory direct testing unit. I also don't know of a single person on this board who has ever paid for an anti-laser. Most were free samples. Go.mouse is the only person who claims to have purchased an anti-laser, yet when I tell him I'll be in Vancouver to give him a free laser jammer test he dissapears from the board. Very interesting. I wonder if go.mouse even lives on Canada. Maybe he lives in Croatia?
What I'm trying to say here is how much value are you putting into these GoL tests when no company has a retail unit to give except for Blinder? If anything Leon at Blinder is forced to send a juiced unit because Leon speculates all the other units will be juiced and he could very well be right.
Anti-Laser sent GoL a "prototype." How do we know this juiced board and diode combination isn't also found in the "retail" version that nobody in the USA can buy?
Let's all keep an open mind about this test. GoL will do a phenominal job testing what is available. The problem is we don't know exactly what they're getting until a blind retail purchase is made with each jammer later on IF they're even available.