TruGlo Tru-Lite XTreme LED Adjustable Sight Light
I have a Truglow sight on my bow so decided l should purchase the same brand light when l needed to. The new light fit perfectly. Turning the light on and off is no problem. I like that l can adjust the brightness depending on the situation. Just enough light when needed.
January 16, 2015
It is your choice. You either put this light on your bow and shoot to the end of shooting hours or don't put it on and head to the truck early. Most deer are shot in the last few minutes of shooting hours than anyother time so you make the call.
August 4, 2008
Practice Practice Practice
I use several accessories on my bow. Back in the 70's I used nothing on my re-curve bow and looked down the arrow shaft as a sight pen. OK yes I am an old coot but like any thing when it comes to hunting, when you add something to your arsenal you have to practice with it under all possible scenarios before you take it to the woods.....I use this light on my sights because of my aging eyes and have found that with practice it helps me to take a humane shot and put more meat in the freezer. Good Luck everyone......
August 28, 2009
Great light. Poor switch.
I used this light in my PSE sight. It really lights up the fiber optic pins. I don't see the need for rheostat brightness control, as I always used it full bright.
Really bad thing is the switch. It does not have a positive stop or click so it will stay turned off. It turns very easily. Simply brushing against a pant leg or a twig will turn it on. More than once I found myself wanting to turn it on, and found the batteries were dead because something had brushed the light and turned it on.
The last time this happened was last weekend. I had to pass on a shot at a nice buck because the light was dead and I could not reliably see my pins. This light has just found its way into the trash. Too bad, too, 'cuz otherwise it works very well.
I'm going to try the "Apex Micro Push-Button Bow Sight Light." Has to be a better switch.
November 10, 2012