String-activated linear switch is located deep inside the nock
Clear plastic for super visibility
Can be seen hundreds of yards away
Weighs 25–50% less than other lighted nocks
Nockturnal GT models fit Gold Tip Arrows
The Double Take Archery Nockturnal GT Lighted Nocks feature a string-activated linear switch located deep inside the nock, so it can’t fail. Clear plastic for super visibility—can be seen hundreds of yards away. Weighs 25–50% less than other lighted nocks. Nockturnal GT models fit Gold Tip Arrows.
Rated 5 out of 5 by gmchonda22 Love these things
I do alot of deer hunting but recently getting into bow hunting and found that the arrows are alot easier to find after the shot. The best part is that they only turn on when they are shot
April 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by BigMatt2013 Excellent lighted nock
I have purchased at least a dozen nockturnals. I have had no troubles turning them off. they are extremely easy to use and are awesome to see your arrow in flight. Make it great to retrieve expensive carbon arrows and expensive broad heads. Awesome product.
February 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by fishandhunt2023 best there is
originally started using lumenocks and they are junk, while they are bright brightness doesnt matter when they dont stay lit. switched to the nockturnals and love them. always stay on and still plenty bright. the greens seem a little brighter than the reds though but i recommend staying away from the blue not very bright. a little difficult to turn off but i line the hole up with my cock fletching so its easy to find and i keep a small finishing nail in the foam of my quiver so i always have a way to turn them off. overall great product have purchased 3 packs now
January 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by bowhuntermike1992 will never change
i had a buddy tell me to try nockturnals a while back, and i was skeptic.. ive shot lumenocks and they where poorly made and flimsy.. i put nockturnals to the test this fall when I snapped my arrow had the deer roll over it and finally hit rocks... they are well designed and not very easy to break. Ill never use anything else..
January 24, 2013
on the bottom of the nock where it goes into the arrow there is a little hole. You take a point of something (knife) and you stick it in that little hole and then push up towards the top of the nock and it will shut it off. I know it sounds confusing but once you see what I am talking about it is extremely simply. It is a lot better then having to mess with the whole nock to get it to go off like the Lumenock
very small switch at the base of the nock just before the arrow. it can be tricky to get used to and even trickier to find. I marked mine with black marker so I can find it in low light. a small screw driver or a finishing nail works good.
most likely it will, it may not be the nockturnal gt's, but the best thing to do is try to get a hold of a package of nockturnals or go to there website and it should say what kind of shafts it fits and what package of nockturnals to get
I have never used these on video, I am hoping to get into videoing this year. but from what I have seen on tv watching the outdoor channel and from shooting the nockturnals you can really see them. If you do end up buying some nockturnals I would recommend the red ones...they seem to be the brightest
the advertised life is 20 to 30 hours, i purchased one early in the spring and shot it all summer long, although it did fade i expected that and had 3 more saved for archery season even though my practice had is still bright enough to use if the sun isnt real bright. they are really worth the money with no hassle.