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Equipmed announces launch of ELux810 aesthetic laser

Equipmed has launched the ELux810 aesthetic laser, capable of virtually painless laser hair removal at faster speeds than any other laser on the market.

The unit is priced below comparable lasers and boasts an unprecedented three-year warranty.

The ELux810 retails for $65,000, a price at least $15,000 below comparable products. Equipmed offers a three-year warranty, one of the longest currently available in the laser industry. Equipmed’s PSP partnership program allows a customer to acquire the laser through a three-year lease-to-own contract.

An Elux810 operating at 10Hz can treat a full back in as little as seven minutes with virtually no pain. The laser delivers an almost continuous wave of diode light to the treatment area, resulting in procedures that are ultrafast, safe and comfortable. The laser can be used with all skin types to remove hair.

The ELux810 allows an operator to change the laser’s pulse mode from CW to short, long or MultiPulse, protecting darker skin types.

Equipmed CEO Stene Marshall noted the company’s mission has always been to respond to the demands of the medical and aesthetic treatment community.

"We have consistently delivered on our promise to bring the most advanced products at the best prices to this market. Our PSP program guarantees that every business than can benefit from a laser like this will be able to attain it," Marshall added.

The ELux810’s diode laser is more stable and uniform than other laser wavelengths used for hair removal. This results in a system that costs less to maintain and delivers safer, more effective results.

The ELux810’s specified optical device (SOD) is highly accurate in uniformly radiating laser wavelengths, resulting in more effective treatments through decreasing loss and scattering of laser light.

The laser is being officially launched at the 2014 American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting.