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#110968 - 11/30/13 06:10 AM Synchro Replay Machine
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Hello,

Has anyone heard of this machine? What type of laser is it? Any good?

Thanks!

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#110980 - 12/01/13 03:58 AM Re: Synchro Replay Machine [Re: LaserQ's]
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Well........ It has a larger spot size, but not a great deal larger than 18mm (it's 20 mm).

It's a yag and alexandrite, so that gets a thumbs up.

It can do multi - functions from treating toenail fungus to spider veins to age spots.

As far as hair removal goes, I don't think laser technology has changed all that much in ten years, so nothing revolutionary here, in my humble assessment, but I have been wrong before!

I was wondering if the term SYNCHRO was copyright protected?
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#110981 - 12/01/13 04:39 AM Re: Synchro Replay Machine [Re: dfahey]
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#111018 - 12/03/13 10:19 AM Re: Synchro Replay Machine [Re: Brenton]
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I am interested in how the settings work on this machine. I mean i know now what settings to aim for if i go to a place that uses gentelase or gentleyag but what about this machine? There is a clinic that has this machine and i want to try because it is a lot cheaper from the place i currently go to. The techincal information is kind of confusing to me.

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#111021 - 12/03/13 02:37 PM Re: Synchro Replay Machine [Re: Brenton]
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Originally Posted By: Brenton



For Brenton:





Expand the last picture on the iPad to see better or zoom on the laptop.


Edited by dfahey (12/03/13 03:19 PM)
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http://www.electrolysis.co.uk/?page_id=16

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#112537 - 02/23/14 06:39 PM Re: Synchro Replay Machine [Re: dfahey]
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http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/...-245165441.html

Its an AMAZING LASER, very fast, less painfull, 20 mm spot size with a 22 mm and 24 mm coming soon. Up to 3 pulses a second.
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#112538 - 02/23/14 06:40 PM Re: Synchro Replay Machine [Re: Romeo]
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We have been using it for a while and tweaking its settings.
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#112709 - 03/03/14 08:53 PM Re: Synchro Replay Machine [Re: Romeo]
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Originally Posted By: Romeo
We have been using it for a while and tweaking its settings.


This is great news. Would you mind explaining how good settings work on this machine for a type 3/4 (middle eastern)? The technician went for 16 joules on 18mm, Alex. Is that powerful enough?

As for Yag, for my thighs, the biggest they had was 16mm and for some reason the laser wouldn't shoot. She tried 14mm and it worked fine, she said the machine couldn't see the hairs (weird?). On 14mm, I do not remember what the joules were, but she said it was the highest setting.

I noticed that the machine basically does the work? You enter the skin type, hair color...etc and it tells you what the recommended joules are?

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#114153 - 06/21/14 03:32 PM Re: Synchro Replay Machine [Re: LaserQ's]
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It would be very appreciated if anyone could assist me in explaining how Synchro Replay machine settings compare to GentleLase. I just want to figure out if I'm on the right track or not frown

I know the minimum we should go for using GentleLase on 18mm is 16 joules for it to be affective. How does that work on Synchro Replay?

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