NuFletch Ignitor Lighted Arrow Nocks
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Light up your standard (.244) or slimline (.204) arrow shaft with NuFletch Ignitor Arrow Nocks. Release-activated light boasts a long battery life and a bright red or green indicator LED light.
- Release-activated LED
- Available in red or green
- Installs directly to your standard (.244) or slimline (.204) arrow shaft
Ignitors, by Nufletch, are not for the Nufletch APE arrow tail systems. Nufletch APE arrow tail systems and accessories can be found through keyword search by typing in the keyword "NuFletch".
Rated 4 out of 5 by 2
Rated 3 out of 5 by ConspicuousConsumer Good and Bad
These come in several colors. I got the green because the battery life is listed as signficantly longer (50 hrs) than the orange (12 hrs).
The green are very bright.
I bought 2 packs of 3, and 2 of the 6 batteries were DOA.
The insert-based design seems to make them (the non DOA ones) more reliable to light up than other brands.
To turn them off after a shot requires that you pull out the nock and pull the top of the battery. I understood the risk that this posed to losing a battery in the field and was mentally prepared to not lose it.
However one thing i was not prepared for was taking the arrow off the string after coming in from the field. I did not notice that the nock stayed on the string and the battery dropped to the ground somewhere.
So now I have paid for 6 and only have 3 working. I like them but that is not a very good batting average.
It would be better if they could take the standard thill batteries that are used in light up bobbers.
October 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by BuckWarrior NuFletch Ignitor Nock
I have used many brand's of lighted nocks. The Ignitor from NuFletch is the Best that I have used! I would recommend the green LED over the red secondary to the longer battery life. Additionally, in order to turn off the activated nock; apply a light coat of white grease to the nock to ease removal. Remember that when using a lighted nock to check your FOC (forward of center weight) you may need to compensate for the additional weight at the nock.
August 29, 2013
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