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World: Wicked Lasers sells white-light flashlights (non-laser) capable of burning objects
A YouTube video demo shows the flashlight burning a swath of black plastic:
Both the original FlashTorch and the Mini version have a regular price of USD $199.
Wicked Lasers is known for being the first widespread supplier of Class 4 handheld lasers, with a nominal 1 watt blue laser introduced in mid-2010. Since that time, Wicked has taken laser safety actions such as requiring a buyer to take a short safety test before allowing an order, voluntarily putting a label on the laser warning not to aim at aircraft, supplying safety information with the laser, and supporting laser safety efforts.
From a email sent June 7 2018. The FlashTorch webpage is here. Previous LaserPointerSafety.com stories about Wicked Lasers are here.