Laser-Firing Watch Will Fulfill All Your Spy Fantasies

A laser fitted into a watch that can actually do some damage; sounds like the stuff right out of spy movies, right? Well thanks to technology, such a device now exists. Put together by Patrick Priebe, this is a watch that can actually fire out a laser that is strong enough to burst balloons, and presumably burn some skin in the process if you’re not careful.

The watch features a 1,500-milliwatt blue laser that unfortunately is a very huge battery drain. According to its creator, it seems that the laser can be used for around the 5-10 minute mark before it finally kills the battery, so safe to say that you should only use it in emergency situations when you find yourself trapped and you’re trying to laser your own exit.

Jokes aside, it seems that if you were hoping to get your hands on the device, you can’t as Priebe does not seem to be planning on releasing the plans on how to build one yourself, so for those of you who were hoping for a cool DIY project to do over the weekend, you’ll need to find something else to occupy your time with.

The upside is that Priebe is thinking of making a handful of these laser watches with an initial price planned at $300. No word on when he will actually put them up for sale, but if you would love to get one for yourself, you can head on over to his website for the details.

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