Epila Home laser


#1

For only 300 dollars this seems like a really good deal. Does anyone know if it works? Its on ebay Epila on ebay


#2

Even laser that cost thousands are hard to realize great results. Please skip the one on ebay. :smile: .


#3

Hi Rich, I’ll post what I did in another forum for you:

You know, I’ve emailed the epila group and they have totally ignored my questions about the joules it puts out, which tells me it’s not nearly enough. In the meantime, I came accross and purchased a different laser machine, and although it was a bit more expensive, it was well worth it! They say it takes between 30-40 joules to really work, this one cranks to 45.

http://www.remotecart.com/affiliate/allied/click.cgi?jrabbit78


#4

</font><blockquote><font size=“1” face=“Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif”>quote:</font><hr /><font size=“2” face=“Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif”>Originally posted by kyotugli:
<strong>Hi Rich, I’ll post what I did in another forum for you:

You know, I’ve emailed the epila group and they have totally ignored my questions about the joules it puts out, which tells me it’s not nearly enough. In the meantime, I came accross and purchased a different laser machine, and although it was a bit more expensive, it was well worth it! They say it takes between 30-40 joules to really work, this one cranks to 45.

http://www.remotecart.com/affiliate/allied/click.cgi?jrabbit78</strong></font><hr /></blockquote><font size=“2” face=“Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif”>The url above doesnt work. Is this the product you purchased:
http://www.global-electrolysis-supply.com/DMD1500.htm
?