It can send out a 6000 watt pulse, which is enough to "blast small holes in the hardest of metals." There are videos on the site of other class IV lasers (the same grade as this one) cutting through blocks of wood like... well, like a hot laser through wood. Depending on the lens you're using, these lasers can cut through rocks and burn hot enough to make air explode at the focus point. That's right: They can kill the air itself.
You've had it too easy for too long, Air.
But perhaps you long for a more elegant weapon, from a more civilized age. Sadly, most of us gave up our hopes of owning a real lightsaber years ago, when we realized the technology was prohibitively expensive, if not physically impossible. Some dreams must always and forever remain dreams...
Well, unless you have $300 bucks and a credit card.
OK, so the S3 Spyder Arctic isn't exactly the movie lightsaber: That can never exist because you can't have a laser beam "about yea long." But it's the next best thing: While it can't cut through a Hutt's sail barge, it could light your hair on fire or blind a man at a fair distance.
It probably works up close, too.
It so resembles a lightsaber, in fact, that it provoked a cease-and-desist letter from no less an asshole than George Lucas himself.
You will never love a woman as much as this man hates his fans.