Double Take Archery Nockturnal S Lighted Nocks
I really liked these, I bought them because they had a better rating over luminocks. They turned on every time until I shot a cinderblock and broke one. I think i busted the bulb in it. They are little hard to turn off unless you have a pocket knife or a pin on you. I shot a rabbit in pitch black dark full passthrough with a terminator broadhead(heart shot) and alot of blood covered the arrow and the nock but it still works great. My friend bought the luminoks and they worked but 7 out of 10 times the nocks would turn on. He shot at a rabbit at night and it turned off(took us an hour to find it). And he shot a duck on the ground with it and it flew away with his luminok clear passthrough on the arrow though. I will stick with these and will purchase more in the future. The red is the best color and brightest.
February 21, 2011
I purchased 2 sets of 3 and all 6 performed flawlessly....during practice with broadheads. I switched one out for a luminock and then the arrow starting drifting so I put the nockturnal back in and arrow flew just like field point. Next test coming on archery opening season.
I find the switch just a little inconvenient but overall very satisfied.
September 24, 2010
Double Take Archery Nockturnal™ S Lighted Nocks
I like these very much. They are a great visual aid when determining shot placement once you pull the trigger on a deer. I bought green they are really bright. I knew as soon as I released my arrow this year the shot was perfect from the bright laser like ligjht that went sraight through my buck. (Oct 2010)
October 13, 2010
These are the first lighted knocks I've used and they
work perfect. Very bright and easy to see. The only problem is that the turn off switch is tough. They need to send a special tool, or warn you that you need something small, hard and sharp to turn off.
February 9, 2015