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 5 out of 5 by RCC1 Handy little light
This is a good little LED light. It does a great job illuminating my sights during the late evening or early morning during those low light conditions.
November 7, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by adrenaline662 Great Light
Bought this light about a month or so ago and haven't had any problems with it. The light illuminates the entire site picture on my bear lights out bow with trophy ridge sights. Comes with three adapters that allow it to be universal. I've shot with the light on and it illuminates my pins better than day light. If you can see your target you should be able to hit it (if your sighted in properly). My only complaint would be similar to all the other reviews in that the on/off switch is recessed fairly far into the rubber top which requires you to press harder on the switch to turn it on (which really isn't that much of a hastle). Haven't had any problems with it so far, overall good product and reasonable price.
November 4, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by twayne sight light
Work wells, easy the install, on/off switch could be a little bigger.
October 30, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rooster5410 Excellent Sight Light
Put this light on my Drenalin LD, using a TruGlo sight. It is amazing how well this illuminates the pin. You could shoot targets at night if you wanted to with this sight-light !!
Better than other Sight Lights I have looked.
October 26, 2010
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