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Popular racing class for small adults, women and youth. The Laser Radial is a new Olympic class for 2008, based upon the same hull and equipment as the regular Laser. The combination of a 19% smaller sail and a shorter, more flexible mast create an excellent medium sized rig. Everything else is unchanged. The Laser Radial is raced at club, national and international levels.HomeSailboatsMonohullsLaser Radial$6,265.00$6,265.00See 4 more picturesLaser Radial - Liquid Surf and SailLaser RadialLaser PerformanceLaser RadialLaser PerformanceLaser Radial
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laser jet kaleidoscope
The Laser Jet Kaleidoscope produces a stunning light show for pediatric visual stimulation. Perfect for sensory rooms, this laser machine uses red and green laser lights to create a fantastic display of colored lights on the walls. The Laser Jet Kaleidoscope features adjustments for speed, strobe effect, and sound activation. The machine is small and lightweight so it is easily portable as well.
Size: 5Â½"L x 5"W x 4Â½"H.
Infinite laser display! The red and green lasers combine to create a spectacular kaleidoscope light show in your sensory room. Choose between manual or sound activated operation. HomeSpecial Needs ChildrenPediatric Visual StimulationLaser Jet Kaleidoscope$258.89$181.0445160END-2269$281.65$2,007.62$143.08$77.09$101.87$1,099.60Bracket for Wall-Mounting 6 inch Diameter Bubble Tube$104.78$621.62$1,044.60$1,462.44$141.12$91.74Save 30%Laser Jet Kaleidoscope DISCOUNT SALE - FREE ShippingLaser Jet KaleidoscopeAbout The Laser Jet KaleidoscopeSpeed control of lightsOn/off strobe light functionSmall, portable, and light weightChoice of manual or sound activated operationCreate a spectacular kaleidoscope light show in a sensory roomRequires:FAQ For Laser Jet KaleidoscopeLaser Jet KaleidoscopeLaser Jet KaleidoscopeLaser Stars Projector for Multisensory Indoor Light ShowBubble Tube BCB Fluid Additive for Germ and Algae ControlAdjustable LED Chromotherapy Bubble Tube with Easy-Drain BaseMirror Chimeabout Spinning Toy for Sensory StimulationMulti Color Metallic Strips Shimmering CurtainMusical Light Box Visual Stimulation ToyBubble Machine Multi-Sensory Stimulate Reward ToyFiber Optic Tails for Visual and Tactile StimulationBudget Switch Adapted Bubble Tube ColumnSNAP LED ProjectorFiber Optic Sensory Curtain for Visual StimulationPediatric Visual StimulationPediatric Visual StimulationEnabling DevicesPediatric Visual StimulationSize:Special Needs ChildrenWeight:
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Home \ Asian Imports \ Supra vs. Only fags drive supras real men drive lasers. Dude, where you been? I'll give you $1,000 bucks if you can name a 2005 Plymouth car.You must drive a supra.Ford Laser is NOT a Plymouth.One that obviously wasnt heavy enough.So tell me, what is so great about a Ford Laser?What proof do you have to back up your opinion. You didn't say why or how Laser's are better than Supra's. Before you blurt out an opinion, have something to back it up. It's like me saying "The Ford Mustang is a bad car!" and not saying why. But I like the car, though, I am more into Skylines than anything else. There is a quick Laser getting around the Gold Coast with 300 front wheel
horsepower. So anything is possible. God no I drive a 94 blazerWell what can you do really lol. If all goes my way for a first car i'll be
getting some bad gas mileage too (1966-1972), but its worth it when you got
something you like.One problem is that my mind changes like every few days on what i want.
Right now its a 1969 Chevelle for $2000, dont know anything about it and
only got about half the money.Haha its not always a bad thing but i bet it bugs some people when they
hear about something new every week. I just hope that when i finally get a
car that i wont change my mind and wish i went a different way. Its not
really like i need a car yet, i have to wait till september to go for my G1
and i kinda got a car so time isnt THAT much of a factor either.I want a 1969 Dodge Charger R/T with either a 426 Hemi or a 454 conversion.
:hi:I'm with you there, not too sure about the 454 conversion (it'd be
different, gotta like that) but i like the 1969 Charger R/T, black on black
for me thanx.Still the 426 Hemi is on my list of great engines.That be a lot of money seeing that u would have to get a completely
different axle and transmission to run that 350 to get maximum performance
but anything can be done when you put your mind to it. :thumbs:If you ever did something like a v8 in a Honda, if u weren't all the way in
Canada, u should race me. :laughing:Haha well i've always wanted to go to Florida, maybe a summer vacation. And
if i finished anywhere close after you did then i wouldnt lose too much
pride. I can only imagine what you've done to your car and what kind of 1/4
mile times it gets. But still wouldnt scare me away, its only pride, it
comes and goes. :laughing:Down the 1/4 mile in 9.4 seconds at 135 m.p.h. :hi:Supra vs. Laser @ Car ForumsSupra vs. Laser
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