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Other IPL & Laser Technologies > Laseroptek- Fractional Er:YAG and Fractional QS Nd:YAG

I am interested if anyone had any experience with these two lasers from Laseroptek, a Korean laser company. They have the Lotus, a long and short pulse fractional Er:YAG laser and the Helios, a fractional QS Nd:YAG laser. Any information regarding your experience or thoughts with these lasers would be appreciated!!!! Thanks.

I use Helios. It's very reliable. Power is very steady even after continous operation. Beam profile is clean and uniform. It's an amazing QSNY. IMO it's better than any QSNY. Their fractional handpiece is unique and proved very useful.

The CEO of Laseroptek hold a PhD in laser physics. He is considered to be the foremost authority in laser physics in Korea. He was a researcher and professor at the Korea Institue of Science and Technology, a Korean MIT. Several years ago, Korean government asked him to start this company and funded his private venture. In Korea, Laseroptek is known for their innovative technology.

I don't have experience with Lotus. I heard a lot of good things about it. I won't be surprised if it is very reliable. Currently I have ER:YAG and fractional CO2, so I didn't buy Lotus. But I plan to demo Lotus in a few months.

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