Blue LED micro light includes adapters to fit 3/8"–32, 3/8"–36, and 7/16"–20. Fits sights by TRUGLO®, Spot-Hogg®, PSE®, Trophy Ridge®, and more. Easy push-button operation. Runs on one SR60 battery (included).
Rated 2 out of 5 Product has issues
I bought this product because the light I had been using had a screw down switch. Unfortunately , it had loosened to the point that the cap, battery, and bulb fell out and was lost. I like the push button switch and it does work well. However, the bulb protrudes too far out from the housing. The light is so bright that you cannot see anything past the pins in low light conditions. I did remedy this by affixing a piece of electrical tape with a small hole in the center on top of the glass dome. This did help, but I wish Apex would design it with the bulb recessed into the housing. The switch could also be improved. Though easy enough to turn on and off with bare hands, it's difficult when wearing gloves.
October 11, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by MrWeekends Sweet!
Push button on and off works great. No more messing around works every time.
September 8, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by buckman8 Works Great
The light was easy to install. I have only used it to practice so far and it works great.
September 6, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by thefrazz bow sight light
hated to waste the money but i almost lost the cap for the light i have so i figured i would get it before i lost it
April 9, 2011
Yes. I cut a piece of black electrical tape with a hole punch for paper, then took a small diameter wire (about 1/16 inch) heated it and melted a small hole in the center of the piece tape. It did not quite cover the dome completely, so I used a black permanent marker to color the area the tape did not cover.
1 year, 7 months ago
- Natalia, TX
Didn;t have that problem. Try coating it with a light color marker to dim the light
I don't think there is a way to dim the light because it only has one setting (push button on/off). However when I have shot my bow at night for target practice, I haven't had any problem seeing my target. It's only a matter if you can't actually see what you're shooting at. I've shot at a deer using the sight and could see the doe just fine in dim light through my sight picture, however I missed her due to my error... Hope that helps