@k4evryng I had them in our bathroom pointing down with red and green, it was so Christmassy. Ordered more and am going to use them in a lot more places, like chandeliers over dining room table, light over the front door, etc. Red for Valentine’s Day, green for St. Paddy’s Day, and mixed red and green for next Christmas.
And lest anyone ask, you’re not going to find white lasers. The nature of the beam is such that unless the wavelength is confined to an exceptionally narrow range, collimation becomes impossible. You would end up with rainbow streaks or circles instead of white dots.
@Kyeh The problem is that the streak would be only a few times as long as the laser dot is wide, and the circles would just look fuzzy and rainbow-ish until you got to a sufficient distance that the spread separated the spectra enough.